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From The Print Section :: Page 131

  • Mini dramas pique, entertain

    The Yellow Springs Theater Company presents the Yellow Springs Ten Minute Play Festival on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 30–31, 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. Admission is $10 at the door. Here, from left, Sommer McGuire, Krissy Hartman and Ron Weber rehearse Jerry Holt’s play, “Bagged.” (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    For the fifth consecutive year, the Ten Minute Play Festival that revived community theater in Yellow Springs is back. The Yellow Springs Theater Company is producing a range of comedies, dramas and experimental pieces about sharp-toothed animals, the talking dead, burglars with a conscience and growing old in a small town, with all local or locally associated playwrights, directors, actors and producers.

  • Public art is the focus of TAG!

    Spray painted on a wall somewhere is a quote about graffiti: Art in a frame is like an eagle in a birdcage.

  • 2014 Village revenues beat expectations

    There was good news regarding last year’s Village general fund budget at Village Council’s Jan. 20 meeting, according to Finance Director Melissa Vanzant. In 2014, revenues exceeded projections and expenses came in lower than expected.

  • Penrod faces criminal charges

    Yellow Springs Sergeant Naomi Penrod was charged in Xenia Municipal Court on Monday with three misdemeanors related to an altercation she had with a village resident in November.

  • Mary M. Morgan

    Mary Margaret Steele Morgan, eighth child born Sept. 10, 1925, to Robert and Mamie Beckett Steele of Alderson, W. Va., died on Jan. 30, at age 89 in Yellow Springs at Friends Care.

  • Bulldog sports round-up

    Chick sets two meet records; Two first places for Ngqakayi; Medley, individuals swim bests; Girls, boys fall to Troy Christian; McKinney 8th graders go 2–1

  • $1 million targets ‘first-gen’ students

    Antioch College recently announced that it received an anonymous donation of more than $1 million earmarked for scholarships.

  • January, 2015

    January 29, 2015 February, 2015 February 5, 2015 Antioch Review still surprises When Bob Fogarty became editor of the Antioch Review in 1977, his goal in maintaining the college’s literary magazine was to keep surprising readers with fresh, lively work. Songwriter, singer, Yellow Springer “If I could ride on monarch butterfly wing/I’d go and catch […]

  • Frank Isamu Kakoi

    Frank Isamu Kakoi passed away peacefully at Friends Care Community Center on Jan. 22 at the wondrous age of 94. Frank was born to his mother, Yeda Kakoi, and father, Zentaro Kakoi, in Los Angeles, Calif. He was the middle of five children. He was preceded in death by his siblings, George, Mary and Alice. […]

  • Bulldog sports round-up

    Shanice Wright drove down the lane past a crowd of Miami Valley to sink a lay-up during the Yellow Springs High School girls varsity basketball team’s 51–32 home loss on Thursday. Wright, who scored 10 points in the contest, currently leads the league in rebounds with 8.2 per game. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    BASKETBALL Boys win nail-biter at home The YSHS boys varsity basketball team is now 12-3 after an unexpected 38–36 hiccup at Middletown Christian early in the week and a heart-pounding 47–46 victory over Division 1 Stebbins on Saturday night. The Bulldogs led by as many as 14 in the Stebbins home game, but the Indians […]

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