Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 26

  • BLOG—The gulf between a Twinkie and a cherry blossom

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    Macon, Ga., the cherry blossom capitol of the South, celebrates the blooms with deep-fried Twinkies.

  • No Common Scents

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    From the corner of a blanket to the corner of town.

  • BLOG-Springing from the Ground

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    In spite of the rain, this Friday seemed the very personification of inspired improvisation. Nature sported a fresh look as did Yellow Springs’ youth.

  • BLOG – Don’t get around much anymore

    Lando's last photo shoot. (Courtesy of Google.)

    Things weren’t always this way between us. When I first saw Lando in the summer of 2007, I knew we were meant to be together.

  • BLOG—A Colorful Exchange

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    My husband loves his food with a strong spicy kick, so he is vigilant in the month of March to make sure the Annual McKinney Chili Cook-Off makes our family calendar.

  • La Llama Place

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    Bringing Peru to Yellow Springs.

  • BLOG-Thursday Night means Oysters at the Winds

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    The Winds Cafe is a social hub—an eclectic mix of people, art, and marvelous food.

  • BLOG-Eyes Wide Open and Looking Up

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    When there is no staying pat, we chose between moving on and moving away.

  • BLOG-Presidents’ Day Feast

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    A turkey fry proves a fitting way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of John Glenn’s trip to space.

  • BLOG — Grover’s got the funk

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    On the fringes of the jam band scene, local rock quartet Grover, blends funk, soul, and jazz. Watch a video and see a photo gallery after the jump.