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  • BLOG-A Gathering In Miniature

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    The Yellow Spring Art Stroll on Friday 14 June will feature a virtuosic presentation of area favorites in Miniature Works of Art, an exhibit opening at Would You Could You In A Frame, 113 Corry Street.

  • BLOG – Wood Art

    Maxine Jones posed with her wood carving in her garden on Livermore Street. It was given to her over 25 years ago and she's always liked it because it reminds her of herself and her son. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases some of the wood art found on porches and in gardens.

  • BLOG-La Pampa Picnic

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    La Pampa Grill kicks off summer in splendid style by reintroducing us to the great and simple joys of eating outside.

  • BLOG — Le Fabuleux Destin de Moi

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    Several weeks ago, I went to a screening of Amelie at the Little Art’s “Last Reel Film Festival.” Then I got married. I’ll explain how these two things are, vaguely, related.

  • BLOG-Big Feeling

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    At downtown’s Friday night kick off to Memorial Day Weekend, we found friends, good music, and a generous source of renewal.

  • BLOG – Barr Burn

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    Today’s blog showcases the MTFR squad and the Barr House demolition on Sunday, May 19.

  • Blog-Downtown Change Up

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    The Winds Cafe lovingly creates a new garden patio that must be shared.

  • BLOG – Garden Time!

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    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog is showcasing a few pictures from last weekend at Antioch’s Farm and from the community garden at Bill Duncan Park last summer.

  • BLOG-Saturday Night Fever

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    It was a magical evening, and it almost didn’t happen. But thanks to good friends and local dress store Iona, we found Enchantment Under the Sea.

  • BLOG – Tea Pavilion

    It was a perfect weekend to work on the Tea Pavilion at the Antioch College farm. From left to right is.... (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases the tea pavilion that is being rebuilt on the farm on Antioch College’s campus. This weekend volunteers worked to complete the wood wall.

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