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Oct
27
2021

Articles by Reilly Dixon :: Page 2

  • Review— Queer poems as Midwest field guide

    Sometimes pastoral, sometimes confessional, “evening primroses” roots out what it means to move through a changing landscape as a changing self.

  • News from the Past — Memorial Day, 1958

    With two school bands, the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies made its traditional parade to Glen Forest Cemetery to hold Memorial Day services.

  • High spirits

    On Saturday, May 1, Tuck-N-Red’s Spirits & Wine had its grand opening under bright and sunny skies.

  • Community Supported Art— ‘Shares’ connect artists, patrons

    Developed last year and launching for its inaugural season this summer, the Yellow Springs-based community supported art program will provide art lovers with a new way to support independent makers and artists.

  • Down to earth

    On Sunday, April 25, the villagewide Earth Week series of events came to a celebratory crescendo at the new Miami Township Fire-Rescue firehouse on the south end of town.

  • ‘Pet project’— Donation assures dog park’s future

    Area residents — both two- and four-legged — will soon have something to wag their tails about: the long-anticipated Yellow Springs Dog Park is set to open at Gaunt Park this September.

  • Tin Can Economy— All tomorrow’s liminal spaces

    If the spaces we inhabit tend to reflect our inner selves, and vice versa, then we ought to confront the ways in which we expect our surroundings to adapt to the conditions of a future rife with challenges even greater than COVID-19.

  • New directions for ‘Excursions’

    Evan Miller, a lifetime neighbor to the Yellow Springs area from Enon, took over as full-time host of the three-hour weekday program “Excursions” at the beginning of February.

  • News from the Past: Gov. DeWine’s first vaccine

    This isn’t Gov. DeWine’s first brush with vaccinations. While digging through the archives, Yellow Springs News production team recently uncovered a photo of DeWine receiving his polio vaccine in 1955.

  • The Legendary Lights at Clifton Mill get second place in national contest

    For the third year in a row, the Legendary Lights at the Historic Clifton Mill were among the most impressive in the country, according to the results of a national competition. Clifton Mill won second place in the best public holiday lights category in USA Today’s annual “10Best” competition.