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The auditorium of First Presbyterian Church was echoing with strange howls and exclamations last week, as a klatch of “carnival freaks” formed a circle and wailed around two adolescent friends. It was a strange sight to behold.
Kaethi Seidl and Beth Holyoke are the fall 2016 recipients of the Village Inspiration and Design Award, or VIDA.
Two murals went up last week above and behind the shops of Dark Star Books, Pangaea and Current Cuisine.
The title of Richard Lapedes’s upcoming first show — “Sculpture: Recovering from 30 years of Management” — sums up his feelings on the matter.
Look up! Downtown Yellow Springs has a new mural above Dark Star Books. Pangaea and Current Cuisine. Painted by local artist Mandy Sue, it features scenes from the Glen, local flora and fauna and everybody’s favorite fat cat, Mr. Eko.
Chamber Music in Yellow Springs looks forward to welcoming back the accomplished Auryn Quartet on Sunday, Oct. 9, 7:30 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church.
Members of John Bryan Community Pottery carefully tended the fire for 24 hours, with wood added every 10 minutes to keep the kiln raging hot.
Local author Ralph Keyes, who is just wrapping up leading a community memoir workshop entitled “Telling Your Story,” will begin leading a new workshop, “Telling Your Ancestors’ Stories,” on Oct. 20.
The Asbury Shorts Concert will return to the Little Art Theatre for a second year on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 9, at 4 p.m. The Asbury Shorts Concert will present its 35th anniversary show of acclaimed short films.
The Village of Yellow Springs is in the market for new signs for the John Bryan Community Center — and they’re looking for inspiration among Yellow Springs’ own bevy of creative talent.