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2018
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Articles About recreation

  • Chillin’ in the freeze…

    Vaughn Hendrickson and Noah Horn were two of the hardy sledders took to Gaunt Park Hill, attempting the ultimate quest of “catching air” when shooshing over a hump of snow. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    New Year’s Day is rife with rituals and traditions.

  • Air play

    Neighborhood resident and former professional clown Joe Cimoch twisted long, skinny balloons into cats, dogs, hats and swords, to the delight of young and old. (Photos by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Balloon magic was a highlight of the second annual North High Street block party last Saturday.

  • Slipping and sliding at T-ball

    Rain and mud couldn’t put a stop to Perry League last Friday, July 29. Seven kids and six adults showed up for a rousing, muddy and wet t-ball time. Shown above are, left, Morgan Gama-Lobo, Marina Gama-Lobo (rear) and Lucy Shows-Fife. (Photo by Lauren Shows)

    It was raining steadily, heavily, when I got to Gaunt Park at 6:20 p.m. The park was empty. Just me and the steady rain. Then around 6:30 p.m., two cars pulled into the parking lot.

  • New on the streets of Yellow Springs, Pokémon Go

    Luke Roburn and Leah Cultice of Beavercreek were hot on the trail of a Pokémon; a screenshot from Antioch student Claire “Connie” Brunson’s phone, outside of Tom’s, with “Pidgie”; brothers Chris and Cody Sackett, from Troy, outside the Emporium. (Photos by Dylan Taylor-lehman, except center, submitted)

    While the sight of people walking and staring down at their phones may be a sign of our smart phone-obsessed times, walking around and staring at a phone in service of catching cute little monsters is a relatively new phenomenon.

  • The Yellow Springs Bulldog Youth Basketball League will end its season with an All-Star skills competition, awards ceremony and potluck breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, March 1, in the John Bryan Community Center gym.