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  • Local artists open their studios to visitors

    Watercolor by Yellow Springs artist Libby Rudolf, who will open her studio on Grinnell Road.

    Check out this weekend’s Artist Studio Tour all day Saturday and Sunday, featuring 27 local and out-of-state artists.

  • Edgy new zine in the village

    M Young, known locally as Mariana Weflen, published the fourth issue of her local comic zine the Kindlin’ Quarterly this month and now seeks more participation from local artists. Here M Young, an autobiographical cartoonist, draws in her Corry Street studio. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    From off the streets of Yellow Springs comes a new underground comic magazine with a punk-hillbilly aesthetic that’s at times edgy, dark, satirical, humorous and autobiographical — and always for adult eyes only.

  • Quartet Kicks off CMYS

    The Chamber Music Yellow Springs season opens Sunday, Oct. 2, with a return visit by the renowned Brentano String Quartet.

  • First Cyclops fest a spectacle

    The first Cyclops fest of handmade arts and crafts was held in Yellow Springs on Saturday. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Handmade craft vendors and far-flung visitors hung out on the Bryan Center front lawn on Saturday for the first Cyclops Festival, put on by local businesses Basho Apparel and Urban Handmade. See photos from the event.

  • Fêting the unique, handmade

    Do-it-yourself is the latest thing among the young and hip and two local trendsetters are throwing a new festival in its honor, at the first Cyclops Fest on Saturday, Sept. 17.

  • Cyclops Fest fosters Dayton DIY culture

    Fromt left, Brian Johnson of Basho and DJ Galvin of Urban Handmade organized the first Cyclops Festival in Yellow Springs this weekend. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Do-it-yourself is the latest thing among the young and hip and will be on display at the first Cyclops Fest in Yellow Springs this weekend.

  • Watercolors capture birds in nature

    Lehotsky's "Barn owl" in watercolor.

    Springfield artist Kathryn Lehotsky uses watercolor in an unusual way to depict her highly detailed Ohio birds, now showing at the Glen.

  • Artist Michael Casselli — Art, talk that sizzles and sparks

    In his studio, contemporary artist Michael Casselli surveyed the handmade paper he learned to create for a recent exhibition. His current Emporium show, ‘Works on Paper,’ features seven printed images of abstracted young faces to emphasize the intangible quality of memory. It runs until Sept. 30. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    From his 5,000-square-foot studio in Millworks, Michael Casselli creates artwork that sparks and fizzes, blurs boundaries and engages all senses.

  • AACW Blues Fest— Learning, love and music

    At this year’s annual Blues and Jazz Fest, African American Cross-Cultural Works can be expected to deliver another lineup of strong bands that draw large crowds.

  • Cups, dishes meet the sky, artistically

    Corner Cone owner Bob Swaney, left, and local artist Bill Mischler posed recently with the sculpture that Swaney commissioned from Mischler that now stands outside the ice cream restaurant on Dayton Street. Mischler was inspired by piles of dishes stacked in his sink. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    As an artist, Bill Mischler sees beauty where others might miss it. For instance, he’s sometimes struck by the compelling designs created by the dishes stacked up in his kitchen sink.

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