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Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 88
The path toward enlightenment in Yellow Springs has been a shared one. The 50-year history of Buddhism in the village teems with stories of residents coming together to advance the solitary practice of meditation.
At an adult prom, the punch comes pre-spiked. Chaperones encourage attendees to show more skin and dance a little closer. And no one has a curfew.
It’s the end of the reel for the Little Art Theatre. The 84-year-old theater will play its last 35-millimeter film print before dismantling its ancient projector during a special film festival beginning this weekend, after which the theater will close for three months to undergo a half-million-dollar renovation and digital upgrade.
Villagers will have a chance to relive — or redo — the greatest night of their lives at “Enchantment Under the Springs” on Saturday night.
Ohio Brass & Electric, a new local 11-piece horn band will play at the Home, Inc. benefit “Springs Soiree” on Friday, May 3.
In their home opener, the YSHS softball team mounted a late-inning rally but lost 17–7.
About three-and-a-half miles northwest of Springfield’s municipal well field is a landfill where 51,500 barrels of industrial waste were buried in the 1970s. Laid end-to-end, the barrels would stretch for 28 miles.
This weekend the Little Art Theatre will put on the “Last Reel Film Festival” featuring 35mm films before closing for three months for a complete renovation.
New YSHS baseball head coach Ben Cooper hopes to lead the team through its first complete season in three years.
Like Yellow Springs, Springfield was named by early settlers for its abundant underground water resources, which on the surface manifest as gushing springs. The groundwater aquifers tapped for drinking water by both communities remain highly productive today.