Mar
04
2015
Rain
Tuesday
High 45° / Low 32°
Snow Showers
Wednesday
High 34° / Low 14°

Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 2

  • BLOG — Babycakes

    Babycakes

    I can’t say precisely what it was in my life that caused me to have a nearly insatiable love for tiny things, but I do know that it began early.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Cozy Fire

    A cozy fire dances against the back of the fireplace (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In the dead of winter, is there no better way to spend a night than with the warmth of a fire?

  • BLOG-Peas Please

    peas, please

    My husband introduces me to a foreign concept: Children will eat peas with pleasure.

  • Aaron’s Lens – MLK March

    Villagers marched through the streets of Yellow Springs to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    These images are of the many people in town who gathered to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • BLOG-Rolling Out the Ravioli

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    Chef Corey Elbin shares his professional insights in cooking at the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Avenue. We made ravioli with him last week and next week same time and place, Asian dumplings.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Snow

    A snowy greeting to out of town travelers (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Some of these photos are from the big snow earlier this year which melted almost immediately and before I could put my post up. I thought they were too good to throw away, and wanted to put them up with some extra snow shots for this week. I ask my viewers to be forgiving if you notice some of the snowy scenes do not synch up with what you see outside.

  • BLOG-A Great Room for the Winter Market

    A Great Room For Market

    Layer up and meet us at the Great Room of the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Ave, for the 2015 Season of the Winter Farmers Market.

  • Aaron’s Lens – New Year’s Celebration

    The New Year's ball descends upon the crowd.

    The New Year’s celebration this year was rowdy and joyful, with many friends from afar reuniting to share laughter, songs, and drinks for the night.

  • BLOG-The Voices of Friends

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    On Boxing Day, the Friday following Christmas, my daughter and I sat in a hallway like a pair of chastised students awaiting an uncertain fate. Fate in this instance was a force both kind and generous.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Textures

    A cracked sidewalk produces interesting textures.

    This week is a study in textures: macro photographs that offer a glimpse of a visually rich and detailed world.