Jul
26
2016
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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 12

  • BLOG— YS BBQ up close and personal

    Food

    “I was raised around barbeque. My father barbequed all the time. He gravitated towards food – he was a gourmet cook and he taught himself a lot of his skills. I grew up crawling underneath the seats in a restaurant that served barbeque.”

  • BLOG— The ends of things

    Cornfield along Fairfield Pike, Labor Day 2015

    It’s 90 fierce degrees outside, but summer is done. Labor Day arrives to wake us from the green dream.

  • BLOG-Up and At ‘Em

    dreamer

    We camp. We make fire. We rise with the sun.

  • BLOG — A stand-up guy doing stand up comedy

    Rew 2

    “I’ve done hundreds of stand up sets. I was probably on stage between one hundred and two hundred times per year. I was just living for it. You do comedy and there’s nothing else. I basically had an eight-year-long adventure.”

  • BLOG— Block party, circa 1984

    wrinkleintime2

    Time was wrinkling. I was leaving one party and stepping into another, long past.

  • BLOG-Inside Kindergartener Out

    open house

    “How was your day?” is a question with a complicated honest answer. My five year old now understands the utter inadequacy of “I’m fine”.

  • BLOG — Interview with a smoking octopus

    Smoking-Octopus-Sarah-2

    “I take off about one day a week. Other than that I enjoy being here. My fiancée and I run it together. When I’m away from it for too long, I feel weird. If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.”

  • BLOG— Green mountains, Yellow Springs

    Color circles

    I confess: I had a brief romance last summer. With Vermont. Not the whole state, just one or two towns.

  • BLOG-Persist

    libraryDedication

    I love a good book. I cherish a good library.

  • BLOG— Perseid report: what we didn’t see

    What we didn't see: High-drama skies like the above shot of Perseid in Cassiopeia, August, 2014. Photo by John Flannery.

    We were peering into the universe — back through time, as my grandfather loved to tell me when I was a girl.