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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 9

  • BLOG-I Am A Computer

    Let the mind work its magic.

  • BLOG-Femme Fatale

    Beautiful, voluptuous, and fraught with peril, Spring knocks us out with its stunning blossoms.

  • BLOG-How We Roll

    A blast of color and a splash of shine

  • BLOG— Pleasure of simply looking

    Vincent van Gogh, "The Kingfisher," 1886. (Via Wikiart)

    We took the long way around Ellis Pond, stopping to observe a kingfisher pair. Big dark heads, a call like a rattle and wings that opened smartly as scissors. We looked for the Great Blue Heron, but didn’t see him — or her — solitary dweller in the stream and weeds.

  • BLOG-Magic Wand

    Exotic and elegantly scientific, sous vide comes home.

  • BLOG-Working the Divide

    The trick is to teaching is restraint…filling in skill sets without adding to the overload that blinds.

  • BLOG — The Pharaoh’s Curse

    At the Great Escape Game in Beavercreek, (mostly) curse-free.

    Lauren “Chuck” Shows talks about escape rooms, parent-teacher conferences and the curse of needing to feel validated.

  • BLOG-But Why?

    Some questions are hard to answer.

  • BLOG— Spring, and the tiny shift

    Snow on St. Patrick's Day (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    In any life, there are things that require healing. Often this healing happens in secret, the way winter turns into spring (and sometimes back again).

  • BLOG-Country Cut

    Even in winter, we harvest.

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