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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 9

  • BLOG-Photo Finish

    photo finish at the McKinney Chili Cook Off

    “I’ll make the chili, you serve it.” He does the work, I get the glory.

  • Aaron’s Lens – A Silent Protest

    (From left to right) Katie Egart, Terry Snyder, MJ Gentile, Dorothy Smith, and Sandy King stand silently by a banner near the aisle where John Crawford was shot. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    In the same vein as the last post, here are images from a silent protest some village meditators held to mourn the death of John Crawford. Their intent was to hold the space for love, healing, and justice.

  • BLOG-At the Charette


    A week’s adventuring in the fulfilling art of architecture…

  • Aaron’s Lens – The Power of Protest

    G Scott Jones stands defiantly (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    I would like to showcase some images of protests in recent weeks over the death of John Crawford.

  • BLOG-Live Bravely and Long Adventure


    “Live long and prosper.” Spock offers the blessing of his people. To my ear, he says, “Go, explore.”

  • Aaron’s Lens – Ice

    A frozen cascade in the Glen (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Lethal temperatures are rarely anything to celebrate, but when things freeze solid in a natural setting the photographic results can be wonderful.

  • BLOG-French Fries Rule

    adult version of baked fries

    “I want french fries.” they insist but through the art of home cooking I hope to guide my children to an appreciation of healthier choices.

  • BLOG — Stardust and meat

    Lucy shows a little dino love.

    What is it about kids and dinosaurs?

  • Aaron’s Lens – I <3 you

    Love conquers all. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Valentines day coats the town in hearts each year. An indication of love for some, or a money-making scheme for the card companies for others. Either way, the images here should showcase the array of hearts around town.

  • BLOG-Hashtag HeLovesMe

    my people

    In the midst of the family meal tucked in its nurturing embrace, I count myself among the fortunate.