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Feb
29
2024

Articles About music

  • Feufollet to bring Cajun music, food to the Foundry Theater

    The Foundry Theater will welcome Southwest Louisiana band Feufollet to the stage Wednesday, Feb. 21, beginning at 7 p.m.

  • Antioch College | Exhibition honors grunge legend Mia Zapata

    The exhibition is the first-ever retrospective centering Zapata’s visual art and the first time many of these pieces have been shown publicly since their creation in the late 1980s. Zapata is best known for being the lead singer and frontwoman of The Gits.

  • Celebrating a local horn player

    Yellow Springs resident Danny Sauers has spent nearly six decades blowing his horn all around the country, sharing stages and audiences with blues legends, friends and even his small-town neighbors.

  • Renowned cellist comes home

    Homegrown classically trained cellist Karen Patterson will return to the area on Sunday, May 21, for a performance at High Street United Methodist Church in Springfield. Patterson will give the final concert of the church’s Sanctuary Concert series.

  • 2022 In Review | The Arts

    Impromptu music performances, live theater, new murals, book publications, films and so, so much more — Yellow Springs was a fountain of art in 2022.

  • Village Council votes down busking rules

    During a busy and beautiful holiday weekend in Yellow Springs, a street busker entertained holiday shoppers while villagers went about their regular business. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    At its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 7, Village Council voted down an ordinance that would have added regulations for buskers and street performers in the village.

  • Village Council proposes new busking rules

    On Monday, Oct. 17, Village Council members continued their ongoing examination of the impacts of busking with a first reading of an ordinance that aims to regulate the volume, frequency, location and permissibility of impromptu downtown street performances.

  • Village Council revisits noise ordinance

    During a busy and beautiful holiday weekend in Yellow Springs, a street busker entertained holiday shoppers while villagers went about their regular business. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The goal of the new legislation, Yellow Springs Chief of Police Paige Burge said, was simply to describe restrictions, provide a basis for officer objectivity and provide less restrictive procedures so the ordinance can be enforced.

  • Commentary | The songs and sounds of my village

    One really could not have asked for a better setting for this year’s PorchFest. The sky was dotted with clouds; the sun shone brightly yet not too hot, and the air was light and breezy with moderate humidity.

  • My Name Is Iden | The Blues Man’s Daughter

    “Before he was an artist, before he was a husband, before he was a father or a grandfather, he was a Blues Man.”

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