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  • Sister Trillium makes moves

    Sister Trillium, which previously operated out of the YS Farmers Market, will roll out its one-of-a-kind creative reuse center model — collecting unused art and craft supplies and selling them at a discounted rate — in a new-to-them brick-and-mortar space.

  • Latin flavors at Salsa Brava

    As spring returns warm weather to the village, both local residents and visitors may be enticed by a relatively new food option making its way around downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Village rallies around ‘Brother Bear’

    In a tale of resilience and community support, local resident Patrick Harney — known affectionately by villagers as “Brother Bear” — recently shared with the News his story of overcoming health challenges while grappling with the financial strain it has placed on his coffee business.

  • Yellow Springs Film Fest to showcase ‘Mini-Fest’

    Yellow Springs Film Festival is gearing up to present its Mini-Fest at the historic Little Art Theatre Saturday, April 6, offering audiences a lineup of films that promise to leave a lasting impact.

  • The legacy of Raymond P. Harris, a forgotten Black artist

    “Artistry Re-Kindled: The Raymond P. Harris Retrospective Exhibit” — curated by Nearon in collaboration with the artist’s son, Robert Lee Harris — will debut at the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College on Saturday, April 6, with the exhibition on display through April 27. 

  • ‘OPEN’-ing hip-hop in Yellow Springs

    Local resident Justin Herman, with Yellow Springs’ burgeoning hip-hop community, is working to create an open space for creativity, collaboration and collective vision.

  • X the Detective brings beats, unity to The Gulch Saloon

    A rhythmic detective has emerged in Yellow Springs, solving musical mysteries and bringing people together through the power of hip-hop.

  • Gailz Tattooz draws to a close

    Tucked away on Glen Street, Gailz Tattooz has operated for nearly three decades, leaving an indelible mark not only on the skin of its patrons but also on the fabric of the community itself.

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