May
24
2016
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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section

  • BLOG— ‘A very, very fine house’

    pitchfork

    Like a lifetime achievement award, Yellow Springs bestows the moniker of home ownership at the end of a person’s career, not at its beginning or mid-point. And why not? A person doesn’t own a thing just because a piece of paper says she does.

  • BLOG-Traveling Time Step

    Adult Tap Class performs Bad Bad Leroy Brown

    No matter whatever else happens in my life, all else is gravy.

  • BLOG— A prayer for days

    "A Black Bird with Snow Covered Red Hills," Georgia O'Keeffe, 1946. (Via Wikiart)

    The day begins with tree shadow, with bird song, with a rectangle of grey on the slanted ceiling that slowly warms to blue. The top of a spruce floats there, and the ghost of the crabapple cut down this spring.

  • BLOG-Start Up Smart

    sunlit team workspace

    I did that! Building a technology business from the ground in 54 hours.

  • BLOG— The stakes of staying open

    Edward Hopper, "Rooms by the Sea," 1951. From the collection of Yale University Art Gallery.

    Sometimes when a story touches on the very spots I most wish to avoid, something else occurs. Rather than fuzzing my reception, the story’s nearness to my own experience seems to open a channel for really hearing.

  • BLOG-The New Pepperoni

    the new pepperoni

    Beets as pizza topping? My son says “Sure!” As my children gain familiarity with cooking, they embrace a variety of foods.

  • Yarn Registry BLOG – Rumor has it Lee Harvey Oswald was in Yellow Springs

    OswaldAntioch

    According to some theorists, at one point Yellow Springs was said to host none other than Lee Harvey Oswald, the man behind the Kennedy assassination. Was he really here? Why? How? Was it all just part of a larger CIA-led plot?

  • BLOG— Surveying the irises

    Nothing speaks May like an iris. (All photos by Audrey Hackett)

    It’s iris season again. Three years ago, I could have told you exactly where the village’s best and showiest blooms grew. Here, a look back at that 2013 “iris survey.”

  • BLOG-Restoration

    grand hall under construction

    Revisit the newly opened Mills Park Hotel as its construction restores the early vision of village founder William Mills.

  • The Rumpke Landfill and Recycling Center: a YS News pictorial

    Recycling Center intake

    An article published in this week’s paper discusses a recent tour of the Rumpke landfill and recycling center organized by Vickie Hennessy and Zero Waste Yellow Springs. Words cannot do the facilities justice.