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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 5

  • BLOG — Legs are required

    doll body montage

    Mermaids will always be cool. This is clear to me especially, as my four-year-old, Lucy, told me that a fish lady doll was her number one Yuletide wish this year.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Water

    A tranquil pool of water provides reflections of the trees.

    Water, the foundation for all life on Earth, is a dynamic and fluid substance, and creates some very interesting images for anyone who is curious enough to photograph something they take for granted every day.

  • BLOG-Our Hymn of Praise

    Chorus and Orchestra

    This Sunday evening 14 December at 7:30pm, the Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church will host Felix Mendelssohn’s LobGesang, “Hymn of Praise”, a performance by the Yellow Springs Chamber Orchestra, the Yellow Springs Community Chorus, and soloists Jennifer Gilchrist, Lori Askeland, and Chris Bozeka.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Dark Forest

    A dark silhouette of an eerie, forested scene.

    When the leaves have fallen and the sun is setting, the dark, spindly trees in the woods produce images that look like expressionist paintings.

  • BLOG-Pin Oak Down

    bigStuff

    My husband and I sleep easier at night thanks to the high climbing skills of Basilio Lainez.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Delicious Food

    A tasty dish for the holiday season

    These images are in honor of a fantastic holiday, in which all you are required to do is eat delicious food and gather with loved ones.

  • Aaron’s Lens – Night Time

    Neon jelly lights up the town at night in the village. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    When the sun sets in the village, an array of colorful signs and scenes light up the town.

  • BLOG — Five Years at the Snooze

    This has opened so many (weird) doors for me.

    Last month marked my fifth anniversary of working at the News. Since then, I’ve been thinking about writing a blog to commemorate this particular milestone.

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Scrap Barn

    The "Scrap Barn" on Stafford Street is a unique and recognizable building in town. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

     

  • BLOG-Black November

    Construction equipment posed at Town Drug

    In this month of November, local businesses need as much support as we can muster. Downtown is in the midst of an extensive streetscape renovation and the disruption will have depressing effect on “Black November” without our presence.