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Articles From August 30th, 2019


    AGENDA for Thursday, April 12

  • Housing is the crux of village affordability puzzle

    This is the fourth in a series of articles examining the cost of living in the village.

  • Station stop

    Shown above is Secretary Perdue flanked by the MTFR staff. (submitted photo)

    Secretary Perdue flanked by the MTFR staff.

  • Calypso Grill offers Caribbean flair

    Brian Rainey, chef and owner of the Sunrise Cafe, recently opened the Calypso Grill on the south edge of town, in the former home of Dona Margarota’s. The restaurant features Caribbean, Cuban and South American dishes. (Photo by Holly Hudson)

    It was a trip to Cayman Brac, one of the Cayman Islands, a couple of years ago gave chef Brian Rainey the idea for Calypso Grill.

  • ‘New Yorker’ cartoonist at Little Art

    Tom Bachtell, who spent his teenage years in Yellow Springs and now works as an illustrator for The New Yorker magazine, will speak in the “Homecoming” series at the Little Art Theatre next week. The event takes place at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 13, and will feature visual art, classical music and dancing. Tickets, at $25, can be found at (Submitted photo by Jennifer Greenburg)

    While Tom Bachtell only spent three years in Yellow Springs as a teenager, they were formative ones. Moving to the village as a sophomore in high school, Bachtell lived in Yellow Springs during the early 1970s, when the village was vibrant with political activism, arts happenings and intellectual fervor.

  • Village schools— Basora reaffirms safety

    Yellow Springs School Superintent Mario Basora this week sought to reassure school parents regarding their children’s safety in the wake of increasing publicity surrounding the recent leave of Yellow Springs High School Principal Tim Krier and a police investigation of student sexual misconduct.


    Begins Monday, May 7

  • States of Incarceration— Antioch teams with national exhibit

    Antioch College senior Odette Chavez-Mayo and alumna and Antioch Resident Scholar Dennie Eagleson recently helped install the college’s panel in the nationally touring “States of Incarceration” exhibition on display through June 2 at Antioch’s Herndon Gallery. The faculty-mentored student research for this panel and book and online content was collaboratively created in Emily Steinmetz’s fall course, Critical Prison Studies, with Antioch students and women serving life sentences at Dayton Correctional Institution. (Submitted Photo)

    “How much time is too much time?”
    That question has emerged as a central concern for Antioch College students studying prison-related issues this year.


    The Village of Yellow Springs will be holding four Community Conversations
    on housing needs.

  • Nathan Dee Barker

    On March 27, 2018, just a little after 1 a.m., Nate passed away from blood clots in his lungs.

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