After two days of investigation, the Yellow Springs Police Department determined that the Sept. 28 report of a knifing was unfounded.
“A lot of my favorites are still on the menu, so it transports me back to my yesteryears. It gives me a warm feeling that this is home, and I like that. I know at some point [being in a small town] will catch up to me because I love big city living, but right now it’s perfect for me. There’s a lot of great harmonics and healing here.”
More reliably than memory, writing holds the trace of who you were and are. Often this is talked about in terms of measuring the distance between the two.
A Yellow Springs resident was stabbed several times while walking in Gaunt Park in the early morning hours Monday, Sept. 28.
Despite a smaller crowd and rainy skies, the AACW Blues, Jazz, and Gospel Fest went ahead this past weekend. There were workshops during the day and performances and food throughout the evening. The rain and cold cut the numbers of attendees down but some fans stuck it out for what proved to be solid musical performances and a continuation of an important tradition in Yellow Springs.
It’s hard—separating source from feedback—but it’s work worth doing.
The Telegraph String Quartet will open the 2015–16 Chamber Music in Yellow Springs season on Sunday, Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church.
Yellow Springs’ Blues, Jazz & Gospel Fest returns this weekend, starting Thursday, Sept. 24, and continuing all around the village.
Community Solutions turned 75 this year, so it’s fitting that organizers of its annual conference are reaching back as well as looking ahead. This year’s conference, “Climate Crisis Solutions: Tools for Transition,” to be held Sept. 25–27.
September 24, 2015