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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 5

  • BLOG — Toy paradise

    The act of a true miscreant.

    “What do you want for your birthday?” I asked my daughter. The answer was bliss for me.

  • BLOG-And Then There Was Light

    How many Methodists?

    How many Methodists does it take to change a lightbulb?

  • BLOG — Vignettes from around town

    metal detector

    “Hoffman’s metal detector seemed to indicate something, and she set it down and crouched to get a closer look. She produced a small trowel and dug around a bit, flipping over a flap of grass.”

  • BLOG— Back-to-school with Central Chapel AME

    Central Chapel AME will host "Turn Up," a back-to-school event for youth and others on Friday, August 14.

    I may never actually go “back to school” again, but every August, some part of me does. My heart beats a little faster. My stomach does a few off-the-diving-board flips.

  • BLOG-Tiny Homes for Garden Folk

    fairy house

    Sarah Strong’s gifts to this community keep mounting.

  • BLOG- Set to Stew

    red tomatoes

    In the late months of summer, my husband and I test the capacity of our kitchen.

  • BLOG-Perspective


    Jason Morgan gives a shout out to his supporters on the opening night of his one man show at the Springfield Museum of Art.

  • BLOG-Without A Hitch

    confrontation at the Farm

    The Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse confronts adversity in a show of strength.

  • BLOG — Chuck


    In keeping with this year’s “Guide to Yellow Springs” theme, Lauren (“Chuck”) talks about the thing that most connects her to the village: her name.

  • BLOG-Black Currant and Basil

    basil breakfast

    Cast in contrast against bright green, the purple-black berries and basil leaves bring a pleasant zing zang zoom to my summer.