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Village Life Section :: Page 3

  • Artist family makes it work in Yellow Springs

    Artist Anna Burke and musician Ryan Stinson, with their daughter, Presley, 18 months, on a recent evening at the laundromat on Dayton Street. Burke and Stinson each moved to Yellow Springs in 2012 from nearby communities. They met here and have begun to build a life in the village, loving the community and navigating the challenges of housing, employment, parenthood and pursuing their art. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Anna Burke, her husband, Ryan Stinson, and their daughter, Presley, are a young family whose appreciation for Yellow Springs has evolved over their four years in the village.

  • Gifts of the Glen – A Spring Essay

    Stark white Hepatica peer out from the green stone crevasses.

    Images and words from recent traipses in the Glen.

  • A taste for travel sparks new job

    Villager and retired nonprofit director Toni Dosik recently launched a new business, Perfectly Planned Travel, offering customized vacations for villagers to Great Britain, France and Portugal. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    A taste for travel struck early for Antonia “Toni” Dosik, who points to a trip to Europe with her mother and sister when she was 13 as opening a door on the possibilities of the world.

  • HRC focus on women’s safety

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    If a woman’s instinct says she’s unsafe in a situation, she should trust that feeling, according to two public safety experts at last Thursday’s Human Relations Commission, or HRC, meeting.

  • Senate candidate Prather to speak at Antioch College

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    Kelli Prather, candidate for U.S. Senate, will speak at Antioch College on Wednesday, March 9, at 7 p.m. in the Cinema Room of the Arts and Sciences Building

  • Finding room to write, and grow in Yellow Springs

    Poets Christopher DeWeese and Heather Christle moved to the village in 2013 after DeWeese accepted a teaching job at Wright State. Here, they play with their daughter, Harriet, who was born in Yellow Springs in 2014 and is already a regular at the Emporium, Sunrise Café and the public library. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    WHY YS? This is the fourth article in an occasional series looking at why people choose to live in Yellow Springs.

  • Going downhill: Cub Scouts hold annual Pinewood Derby

    The Yellow Springs Cub Scout Pace 578 held its annual Pinewood Derby on Monday, Feb. 22.

    The excitement was palpable as the Yellow Springs Cub Scout Pack 578 held its annual Pinewood Derby on Monday, Feb. 22, at the First Presbyterian Church.

  • Building for resiliency, community in Yellow Springs

    Local residential designer Alex Melamed, above, who designed both a passive house and a tiny house on his Walnut Street lot, will be one of eight speakers at “8x8 on Building Resiliency,” this Saturday, Feb. 20, at 1 p.m. at the Antioch College arts and science building, room 219, part of a weekend of events aimed at enhancing resiliency of local buildings. The event will be followed by a documentary on the “New Pedestrianism” on Sunday, Feb. 21, at 1 p.m. at the Little Art and a home energy saving demonstration at 3 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Library. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    How exactly do you make your home more energy efficient? Are there inexpensive ways to do so? What does it mean to live in a tiny house?

  • Flying Mouse Farms’ Sweet Serenade

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    John and Michelle of Flying Mouse Farms boil maple sap to make their patented syrup each season. The process is fascinating and the end result delicious. (all photos by Aaron Zaremsky)

  • Glen Helen trails to close

    This stretch of trail has tripled in width due to hikers on muddy days. (Photo courtesy of Glen Helen)

    Seasonal trail closures are coming soon to Glen Helen.