Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 9

  • BLOG – Halloween

    This Xenia Avenue front porch is ready for Halloween, which is over a week away.

    Today’s blog showcases homes around town that are ready for Halloween!

  • BLOG-A Witness to Conflict and Grace

    murder of Thomas Moore

    The Antioch Writers’ Workshop hosts its first LitSalon, a gathering of local writers to talk craft and inspiration.

  • BLOG-Cook’s Carbonara

    making pasta

    He’s of German decent. I’m of Norwegian. Somehow, making pasta has become our family tradition.

  • BLOG-October is the New July

    farm Market

    October’s yield astounds! The month’s harvest unfurls in high style with sumptuous reds, glossy greens, and velvety grays.

  • BLOG-The Miracle Off Short Street

    fascade

    It’s today! It’s today! The Grand Reopening of the Little Art Theatre.

  • BLOG – Hootenanny

    This small but mighty group sounded wonderful Saturday evening at this month's YS hootenanny. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases a Yellow Springs Hootenanny held Saturday evening at the Coretta Scott King building.

  • BLOG-Treasure Trove

    Kings Yard entrance

    The fine quality of the work draws me into Yellow Springs Pottery.

  • BLOG-The Dropped Pass

    Cucumber Soup For Breakfast

    Amy’s family forgets to bring a dish to pass for Rally Day, and she rushes to correct the mistake. Making a favorite fast soup, she misses the main pass but manages to serve a welcome hit.

  • BLOG-Ladies Night Out

    ladies night out

    “Oh, yes! It’s Ladies Night.” Amy hits the town with her good buddies while the men frost cupcakes at home with the children. Unexpected adventures are had in both quarters.

  • BLOG — Let’s go to the movies, let’s go see the stars

    Dayton's Dixie Twin Drive-In.

    Imagine, dear readers, if you will: a movie theater at which you supply your own seats, your own sound. At which children and adults alike are free to roam the grounds during the film without bothering anybody. At which you can literally close a door upon your rowdy child (and yourself, too, because we’re not monsters, here) and still enjoy the film?