Mar
02
2015
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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Power of Protest

    G Scott Jones stands defiantly (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    My blog is not for hard-hitting news stories, but I would like to include images of protests in recent weeks over the death of John Crawford.

  • BLOG-Live Bravely and Long Adventure

    testingGravity

    “Live long and prosper.” Spock offers the blessing of his people. To my ear, he says, “Go, explore.”

  • Aaron’s Lens – Ice

    A frozen cascade in the Glen (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Lethal temperatures are rarely anything to celebrate, but when things freeze solid in a natural setting the photographic results can be wonderful.

  • BLOG-French Fries Rule

    adult version of baked fries

    “I want french fries.” they insist but through the art of home cooking I hope to guide my children to an appreciation of healthier choices.

  • BLOG — Stardust and meat

    Lucy shows a little dino love.

    What is it about kids and dinosaurs?

  • Aaron’s Lens – I <3 you

    Love conquers all. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Valentines day coats the town in hearts each year. An indication of love for some, or a money-making scheme for the card companies for others. Either way, the images here should showcase the array of hearts around town.

  • BLOG-Hashtag HeLovesMe

    my people

    In the midst of the family meal tucked in its nurturing embrace, I count myself among the fortunate.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Buildings

    The Glen Helen Building is a unique piece of architecture in the village.

    Here are a set of photos showcasing some unique works of architecture in the village of Yellow Springs. There are plenty more buildings around, and it is more than likely there will be another set in the future.

  • BLOG-Art At Play

    interactive art lab

    Whether installed on the streets of downtown Yellow Springs or in a gallery at the Springfield Museum of Art, the JafaGirls’ art invites us to honor one another and play.

  • Aaron’s Lens – More Snow

    Frosted branches give the forest a crystalline outline in the winter months. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    I tried to think of a good reason not to take more pictures of snow and I couldn’t, so here you all go – a set of frozen images from last week’s little blizzard, all taken in the Glen.