Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 30

  • 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.

  • BLOG — Kids navigate gustatory rush hour

    Sodexo's cheeseburger and salad.

    This week in the McKinney/Yellow Springs High School cafeteria, I learned a funny thing.

  • BLOG — Perpetually pondering pizza

    The perfect food has two homes in Yellow Springs.

    I have heard it said that there’s no such thing as bad pizza. I have heard it said because I have said it. I’m kinda of the opinion that it’s not possible to go wrong with bread, tomato sauce and cheese; everything else is incidental. How lucky am I, then, to have moved to a […]

  • BLOG — Get educated about school lunch

    Lauren Heaton

    While hopefully cafeterias are not the place where most of our children’s food experiences originate, the school lunchroom is a place where kids spend a regular, if brief, part of every weekday. What is it like for them to sit down together, and what do they eat?

  • BLOG — Symbols of a prosperous 2011

    Lauren Heaton

    When asked about the meaning of Christmas, my grandmother would always reply with a boisterous step, “Happy Birthday Jesus!” But asked about the meaning of New Year’s, her speech would suddenly assume a more reverent cadence.

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