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From The Print Section :: Page 31

  • Eclectic, meaningful movement

    “Our American Skin,” an original dance by Valerie Blackwell-Truitt, center, will be one of the pieces by local choreographers performed at this weekend’s Yellow Springs Community Dance Concert, at 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday at the Antioch College Foundry Theater. Also performing above at right is Blackwell-Truitt’s son, Kyle, to whom the dance is dedicated. See article at bottom of page on the event. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Human rights issues, original work from local choreographers and new things to do with chairs come together at this year’s annual Yellow Springs Community Dance Concert.

  • Dowdell memorial


    A celebration of the life of Marilyn Dowdell and her contributions to her family and the community will be held Saturday, Feb. 28, 2 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church. The service will be followed by a reception in the church’s Westminster Hall.

  • Forum tackles race relations


    About 15 years ago in Knoxville, Tenn., Opolot Okia was riding his bicycle past the daycare where his son was playing with other kids in the school yard.

  • Feb. 19 Bulldog sports round-up


    SWIMMING: Chick, Ngqakayi on to districts BASKETBALL: Boys bball lands #3 seed; Girls team wraps up season; Girls receive MBC honors; 8th graders win tourney game; 7th grade team ends season

  • Ruth Lakes


    Ruth Ella Lakes, 86, died Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Friends Care Center.

  • Write to life


    Last Friday 89 people, including many villagers, showed up at the Dayton Federal Building to demand justice for John Crawford, who was shot by police in August.

  • Council agrees on ’15 goals


    At their Feb. 2 meeting, Village Council members gave initial approval to four main goals for 2015. Discussion on goals will continue in upcoming meetings, after two Council members meet with Village staff to clarify some of the language.

  • Antioch Review still surprises

    The Antioch Review was nominated for its fourth “Ellie” award from the American Society of Magazine Editors. Shown above is the cover of the 2014 summer issue, designed by David Battle.

    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

    Charlie Peters, left, started a Songwriter’s Concert Series for local musicians to share their original work. Performing at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Community Gallery are local songwriters Scott Lindberg, second from left, accompanied by Amy Blue, and Mitch Coleman, right. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    “If I could ride on monarch butterfly wing/I’d go and catch the joy I’ve found within the Springs.”

  • Attorneys vie for position of Village solicitor


    Last Wednesday, Jan. 28, Village Council at a special meeting heard presentations from three law firms that are vying for the position of Village solicitor.