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Mar
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2020

Media Section :: Page 6

  • French filmmakers take a stab at nuclear waste

    What: Déchets, le cauchemar du nucléaire (Waste: the Nuclear Nightmare) When: Saturday, May 7 Where: Antioch University Midwest auditorium Who: Sponsored by Midwest’s Sustainability Initiative   In spite of rare accidents such as the one in Fukushima last month, there is still large support for nuclear power around the world. Currently 442 nuclear power plants […]

  • Little Art to screen local film

    The Little Art Theatre will screen “North Dixie Drive” on Sunday, May 1, 3:30 p.m.

  • ‘News’ wins top state prize

    The Yellow Springs News won the top prize in its division at last week’s annual Ohio Newspaper Association convention in Columbus.

  • VIDEO: YS News wins 10 awards

    At the annual convention of the Ohio Newspaper Association the Yellow Springs News won awards in 10 categories, including for general excellence — the top prize among all weekly papers in its circulation category. See what the judges had to say about the News and read the winning stories.

  • Local radio training project begins

    WYSO’s Community Voices training began for nine local students on Saturday, Jan. 29.

  • Film fest features local films

    Saturday, Feb. 5 marks the premiere of the second annual Yellow Springs Short Film Festival

  • WYSO to host Ira Glass

    WYSO will host a personal appearance by Ira Glass on Sunday, May 22 at the Victoria Theatre in Dayton, Ohio.

  • YS filmmakers travel to New York

    Two Yellow Springs filmmakers, Aileen LeBlanc and Jim Klein, will be filming part of a documentary entitled “Take Us Home” in New York City on Monday, Nov. 8.

  • Film chronicles small town’s first integrated prom

    The Little Art Theatre will offer a second free screening of Prom Night in Mississippi on Saturday, Oct. 30, at 4 p.m. The documentary, shot in 2008, follows a group of high school seniors preparing for their first racially-integrated prom.

  • Film tracks exotic pet industry

    Throughout the 1980s on the east side of Hilltop Road at Fairground Road there stood a modest, old house with a conspicuously large metal cage in the back yard. On nice days, passersby who happened to focus beyond the fencing would likely have seen what appeared to be a lion. Was it a pet? Did it live there permanently? Could it escape?