Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 28

  • BLOG — Real food advocates give TED talks

    Lauren Heaton

    Two nationally recognized speakers will give TEDx presentations in Boulder this weekend on the critical importance of eating and supporting real food.

  • BLOG — Getting to the core of the few absolutely necessary kitchen gadgets

    THUMB_Blog

    When it comes to kitchen tools, collect only what is necessary for the craft.

  • BLOG: The soul of Emma Woodruff

    Emma Woodruff (right) and Kyleen Downes are a new acoustic duo. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The soulful, cathartic vocals of local singer-songwriter Emma Woodruff hit like a wall of emotion. Free song downloads and a video from her recent concert follow the jump.

  • BLOG: Catching up with Sport Fishing USA

    From left, Nathan Moore, David Bryne and Brendan Moore are Sport Fishing USA. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Sport Fishing USA is angling for its share of the Yellow Springs music scene. Free downloads from the rock trio follow the jump.

  • BLOG – Where is everybody?

    THUMB_Blog

    Come out of hiding, writers and the people who love writers! Come out and support your fellow dreamers and schemers, your fellow poets and storytellers.

  • BLOG — The transparent truth about the taste of water

    Like so many of its qualities, water is barely there, but you can see it. Can you taste it?

    The taste of water is subtle, but it’s vitally important that you find one you like, because you’re going to need to drink a lot of it.

  • BLOG: Ride Some Village Vibes

    Village Vibes

    In Yellow Springs, the local music scene is thriving. Through my new blog Village Vibes I’ll profile local bands, preview upcoming shows, produce videos of live performances and more.

  • BLOG — One year

    rice face

    This time last year, I didn’t know that, in a week, everything I knew about everything would turn out to be nonsense.

  • BLOG — Cold soup no comfort, but it’s fun!

    THUMB_Blog

    Cold soup doesn’t hold a lot of appeal, until you stop thinking about it as soup.

  • BLOG — Anonymous

    Looking down on Chi-town.

    I’m still relatively unknown when I walk down the street. But there are some people who know my name now. And there’s something a little scary about that.

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