Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 26

  • BLOG – I get paid for this

    Taking a break from what was clearly very important work.

    Like many of my young adult peers, I have worked several jobs during and since completing my education. These jobs were all of varying degrees of payscale, degrees of relation to my education and degrees of general weirdness. But the weirdest job I have ever worked is the one I’m working at right now. Allow […]

  • BLOG — Simple foods to retrain the palate

    Lauren Heaton

    You can retrain your palate to appreciate simple tastes, but the mind doesn’t forget the really good stuff.

  • BLOG – Adult swim

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    Perhaps it’s a little early to be thinking about summer, but Sunday’s unseasonably warm weather has me reminiscing about my favorite part of the hot months: the Gaunt Park pool.

  • BLOG — Spring cleaning for the body

    The simple flavors of eggplant, string beans and garlic steamed in a little coconut oil.

    Spring is purification time at our house, when, much like cleaning out the closets, we do a thorough wringing of our guts.

  • BLOG – The Good Ol’ Golden Rule

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    I love Yellow Springs. But this town, like any town, has its weak points.

  • BLOG — An opera cake to sing about

    This is not my cake, but it is exemplary of what I think an Opera should look like.

    This great for any sweet occasion cake really is easier to make than it looks.

  • BLOG – Wordsmithery in action

    Barbara with Yellow Springs' cutest baby.

    Wherein I pontificate about Monday night’s poetry reading, hosted by myself and my partner, Anthony, at the YSAC Gallery.

  • BLOG – Puppy (and kitty, etc.) love

    Madison and Oreo in Sunday best,

    Even as a newbie, I should not have been surprised at the community’s overwhelmingly compassionate reaction to a recent raid on a nearby no-kill shelter.

  • BLOG — Chilis that came before the McKinney Chili Cook-off

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    The McKinney School’s 17th annual Chili Cook-off is coming next month, and it has some stiff competition from chiliheads around the country.

  • BLOG — Students vet the culinary industrial complex

    Lauren Heaton

    School food may be wanting, but it is astonishing to think that anyone could come up with a meal plan to feed a bunch of hungry kids with picky tastes for under two bucks fifty a meal.

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