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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 5

  • BLOG-Shining Sea

    The Women’s March in Washington DC inspires everyday activism.

  • BLOG-Cello Chase

    A week’s long festival of music and collaboration winds about the nooks and cleverly adorned corners of Yellow Springs.

  • BLOG-Shelter

    As we seek cover, we have options: mindless congestion, rapid transportation, or wide open two-way streets.

  • BLOG-Shaky Start

    I do not have answers. I have a lot of questions.

  • BLOG — My hero

    A holiday greeting from the Organa-Solo clan, received this week after news of the death of Carrie Fisher.

    After the passing of the actor Carrie Fisher, I’ve been feeling guilty about a blog I wrote last year.

  • BLOG-Pass It On

    It only takes a spark.

  • BLOG-Favorite Things

    We celebrate winter’s sparkling string of holidays.

  • Yarn Registry BLOG: A Landfill is an Ecosystem Unto Itself, part VI

    These changes will happen at evolution’s grindingly slow pace, but by the time these creatures have gotten used to life in vast ecosystems of garbage, a future researcher will marvel at how readily and how ingeniously these creatures have adapted — and continue to adapt — to their befouled environs.

  • BLOG-Festival and Forest

    My husband woke me up to the news that we had a blanket of white snow on the ground. “Here is the plan.” he told me. This morning we get our tree.

  • Yarn Registry BLOG: A Landfill is an Ecosystem Unto Itself, part V

    This week’s entry discusses the myriad mammals that are able to live in a landfill, from small rodents to upper-echelon predators to human beings. But this is a Pyrrhic victory, as they are subject to the same hazards that afflict any creature searching its way through a dump.

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