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Articles by Dylan Taylor-Lehman :: Page 20

  • “My love of movement” – an exercise in conversation with a personal trainer

    Free yoga classes will be offered this summer, both indoors and outdoors at the Wellness Center at Antioch College.

    “I definitely experience the world kinesthetically. Some people are visual learns, some auditory; it’s very important for me to feel things on a physical level. It makes sense that I would gravitate to this type of work.”

  • Art & Soul’s holiday fair fare

    Normally when one retires from organizing a popular artist studio tour, organizing another art fair isn’t the first task one might hope to undertake. But in the case of Yellow Springs resident Lisa Goldberg, the promotion of art is something “intimately tied to her being.”

  • YSHS students teach PBL to others

    At the school board meeting on Nov. 12, board members and administrators discussed how the district will continue to evolve with its Project-Based Learning (PBL) methodology.

  • BLOG — Superheroes of Yellow Springs – an interview with Jared of Super Fly Comics

    “It’s the best job I’ve ever had, hands down. We had [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creator] Kevin Eastman here last year. He thanked us for having him come here to do signings. I’m like, oh man, this dude is thanking me for him having a career. I was like, I’m not going to cry in front of this guy. It meant a whole lot.”

  • Norah’s gets conditional OK

    Norah Byrnes’ determination to serve breakfast to the community is unshakeable. She began serving breakfast from her home in Yellow Springs in 2011 and since then has tangled with the Village and the Greene County Health Department over home business and health codes.

  • Lions chapter comes to a close

    Members of the Yellow Springs Lions Club pose for a photo at the group’s farewell gala at the Senior Center on Nov. 4. The group is disbanding after 64 years of service to the community. The Lions’ activities included everything from repaving YSHS tennis courts to activities benefiting eyesight-related causes. “The whole concept is that we serve,” said Yellow Springs Lion Griff Johnson. “Any money we made was put right back out into the community.” (photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    How to measure the amount of good accomplished through decades of public service? In the case of the Yellow Springs Lions Club, one could consider the thousands of eyeglasses the group has donated during its 64-year existence.

  • Mental healthcare gap eyed

    Misunderstanding of mental illness happens on state and national levels, among medical, criminal justice, and social services personnel. Misinformation can lead to stigmatization and inadequate policy, which in turn furthers illness and impedes recovery.

  • Anti-ACE voices speak up

    On Thursday, Oct. 29, the Village of Yellow Springs invited the public to the Bryan Center for a panel discussion about the Yellow Springs Police Department’s participation in the Greene County ACE Task Force.

  • BLOG — Book Round-up, part 2

    A good way to decompress after reading a particularly weighty or involved tome is to read a good detective novel, and my choice detective books are the novels of Jonathan Kellerman. What follows is an overview of one of Kellerman’s books, as well a bit about the annoying work that inspired me to take a break from needlessly pompous literature.

  • Boys soccer loses good fight

    YSHS senior Kaner Butler held off a Twin Valley South player on the way to the Bulldogs’ win over West Alexandria in the first round of Div. III District tournament play last month. Last week in the district semi-finals, the Bulldogs succumbed to Summit Country Day, ranked first in the state. (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    A lot of people don’t realize the success we’ve had,” Yellow Springs High School boys soccer coach Ben Van Ausdal said about his team’s recent tournament run. “There were around 260 teams when the tournament started, and we were one of only 32 schools left in the entire state when we finished.”

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