Mixin' In The Gravy Section :: Page 7

  • BLOG-A Certain Independence

    black raspberry

    An invisible leash keeps my children close but it’s getting longer.

  • BLOG-Haircuts All Around

    ducktail

    The family starts summer with a full set of fresh haircuts.

  • BLOG-Splendid Strawberries

    fresh picked strawberries

    Discover the fate of 6 quarts of perfect strawberries as we celebrate spring’s last great gift.

  • BLOG-Sugar Rush

    sugar rush

    Standing together and challenging each other beats the pants off of enduring alone.

  • BLOG-A Gathering In Miniature

    trillium by Rusty Harden

    The Yellow Spring Art Stroll on Friday 14 June will feature a virtuosic presentation of area favorites in Miniature Works of Art, an exhibit opening at Would You Could You In A Frame, 113 Corry Street.

  • BLOG-La Pampa Picnic

    special Sauce

    La Pampa Grill kicks off summer in splendid style by reintroducing us to the great and simple joys of eating outside.

  • BLOG-Big Feeling

    Underdog Order Here

    At downtown’s Friday night kick off to Memorial Day Weekend, we found friends, good music, and a generous source of renewal.

  • Blog-Downtown Change Up

    new Gate

    The Winds Cafe lovingly creates a new garden patio that must be shared.

  • BLOG-Saturday Night Fever

    prettyInPink

    It was a magical evening, and it almost didn’t happen. But thanks to good friends and local dress store Iona, we found Enchantment Under the Sea.

  • BLOG-A Cut Above

    chessboards By Paul De La Vergne

    When a new store opened on Dayton Street in March, its red flower boxes first caught my eye. Then, I realized that longtime Yellow Springs artist Paul De La Vergne had made the leap and started his own storefront: De La Vergne Woodworks.

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