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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 9

  • BLOG— Falling up

    You can hang it any which way, but she preferred it this direction. Georgia O'Keeffe, "The Lawrence Tree," 1929. Collection of Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.

    I love this painting by Georgia O’Keeffe, and last night — I saw it. Out in the world, I mean. Something better than it, even.

  • BLOG-Food for Thought

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    The students of Yellow Springs High School take on a meaty subject: the American food system.

  • BLOG — Superheroes of Yellow Springs – an interview with Jared of Super Fly Comics

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    “It’s the best job I’ve ever had, hands down. We had [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator] Kevin Eastman here last year. He thanked us for having him come here to do signings. I’m like, oh man, this dude is thanking me for him having a career. I was like, I’m not going to cry in front of this guy. It meant a whole lot.”

  • BLOG— ‘Vivre la vie,’ despite all

    Truly, vivre la vie. Henri Matisse, "Still Life with Dance," 1909. (In the public domain)

    The best response, which isn’t actually a response, is to live as wisely and deeply as you know how. Each of us has one life, and it’s ours to live. The French have a phrase for this, naturally. It’s “vivre la vie,” living life.

  • BLOG-Out of the Box

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    This week I received a package in the mail…recipe cards from food advocate Mark Bittman and a box full of vittles.

  • BLOG — Book Round-up, part 2

    Witold Gombrowicz, Vence
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    A good way to decompress after reading a particularly weighty or involved tome is to read a good detective novel, and my choice detective books are the novels of Jonathan Kellerman. What follows is an overview of one of Kellerman’s books, as well a bit about the annoying work that inspired me to take a break from needlessly pompous literature.

  • BLOG— Starry, starry thoughts

    Night sky in motion. Vincent Van Gogh, "The Starry Night," 1889. (In the public domain)

    What is it about space and death? Our human lives are so small, so brief. We’re mayflies born to live one day, or one second, or not even one, in cosmic time.

  • BLOG — Silently, now

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    As the daughter of a Methodist minister, I learned early about the value of silence.

  • BLOG-Magic Carpet Ride

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    Artist Sharri Phillips lovingly invites us into her dreamspaces…beautifully cultivated realms brimming with grace, play, and goodness.

  • BLOG— Vote! Vote! Vote!

    Remember him? Independent John Anderson nearly won the 1980 presidential election ... in my elementary school.

    The first time I headed to the polls, I was six. It was 1980, a watershed year in national politics, and my elementary school held a mock-contest among the three candidates.

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