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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 4

  • 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.

  • BLOG-Halfway to One Hundred

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    My brother Pete reaches his fiftieth year on the heels of Lloyd Kennedy reaching his hundredth. They both seem to have latched on to a set of sustaining principles.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Season’s Trimmings

    A tiny Christmas Tree gives window shoppers a festive treat. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    It would be inappropriate not to have some seasonal images this time around, so I decided to get some shots of the many “trimmings”, wreaths, and trees that adorn the streets this time of year. I wanted to stay on topic, so my apologies for not including images from other holidays.

  • BLOG-The Pet Pumpkin and the Pretender

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    A pumpkin is granted a short reprieve. Instead, I take up a butternut squash to make pie for the holiday table.

  • BLOG — Santa at the Glen

    Santa and Mrs. Claus can to the Glen building on Sat. Dec. 13. Nika Nelson, age 4, shared with Santa her wish list this year, a Frozen ice castle and a pink dress. (Photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Santa and Mrs. Claus can to the Glen on Sat. Dec. 13. About 30 kids came out to say ‘Hi’ and tell Santa what they want for Christmas this year.