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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 17

  • BLOG-Ease On Down The Road

    Now that a new sidewalk has been installed, we will be singing our newfound anthem from The Wiz along Xenia Avenue.

  • BLOG— Birding is easy!

    For me, though, the heron was the total heart-throb, the show-stopper, the bird of birds. His rosy neck and blue-grey shoulders rippled like water; he was water flying over water, an awesome feat of paint and metaphysics.

  • BLOG-Stone Soup

    In making Stone Soup for the annual Antioch School supper, my daughter was keen to bring the carrots…the first ingredient after the stone and salt.

  • “My love of movement” – an exercise in conversation with a personal trainer

    “I definitely experience the world kinesthetically. Some people are visual learns, some auditory; it’s very important for me to feel things on a physical level. It makes sense that I would gravitate to this type of work.”

  • BLOG— Falling up

    I love this painting by Georgia O’Keeffe, and last night — I saw it. Out in the world, I mean. Something better than it, even.

  • BLOG-Food for Thought

    The students of Yellow Springs High School take on a meaty subject: the American food system.

  • BLOG — Superheroes of Yellow Springs – an interview with Jared of Super Fly Comics

    “It’s the best job I’ve ever had, hands down. We had [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator] Kevin Eastman here last year. He thanked us for having him come here to do signings. I’m like, oh man, this dude is thanking me for him having a career. I was like, I’m not going to cry in front of this guy. It meant a whole lot.”

  • BLOG— ‘Vivre la vie,’ despite all

    The best response, which isn’t actually a response, is to live as wisely and deeply as you know how. Each of us has one life, and it’s ours to live. The French have a phrase for this, naturally. It’s “vivre la vie,” living life.

  • BLOG-Out of the Box

    This week I received a package in the mail…recipe cards from food advocate Mark Bittman and a box full of vittles.

  • BLOG — Book Round-up, part 2

    A good way to decompress after reading a particularly weighty or involved tome is to read a good detective novel, and my choice detective books are the novels of Jonathan Kellerman. What follows is an overview of one of Kellerman’s books, as well a bit about the annoying work that inspired me to take a break from needlessly pompous literature.

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