Mermaids will always be cool. This is clear to me especially, as my four-year-old, Lucy, told me that a fish lady doll was her number one Yuletide wish this year.
Okay, so it may take a while for villagers to give the large round cans that line downtown streets the respect they deserve. But in fact, several of the lowly Xenia Avenue receptacles that catch our trash are now original works of art, and they’ll be joined by more artwork soon.
About 30 children, including Sophia and Sam Burns, above, turned out last Saturday for visits with Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves at the Glen Helen Building, part of the day-long Holiday Fest. Along with Santa, a popular attraction was the free carriage rides provided by draft horses Luke and Leia of Horse-N-Around Farm in […]
Water, the foundation for all life on Earth, is a dynamic and fluid substance, and creates some very interesting images for anyone who is curious enough to photograph something they take for granted every day.
This Sunday evening 14 December at 7:30pm, the Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church will host Felix Mendelssohn’s LobGesang, “Hymn of Praise”, a performance by the Yellow Springs Chamber Orchestra, the Yellow Springs Community Chorus, and soloists Jennifer Gilchrist, Lori Askeland, and Chris Bozeka.
On the heels of an season-opening tournament victory, the Bulldogs crushed Xenia Christian on Friday night.
Demand at the Yellow Springs Food Pantry always goes up during the holidays, and donations are welcome.
A book event featuring three local authors of books for midwives and mothers will be at the Epic Book Shop, Friday, Dec. 12.
Local resident Jen Ater has always been drawn to wellness — be it of the environment or the body. Starting out in the environmental studies field 15 years ago, she later moved into massage, then yoga, then counseling before opening her own center, Inner Light Yoga & Wellness, last year in Beavercreek.
Some things have changed in the 11 years since Patty McAllister began running the Yellow Springs Food Pantry out of the basement of the United Methodist Church. There are more young people with families coming to the pantry now compared to a decade ago, McAllister said.