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Jun
15
2024

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  • Mob mentality

    On Wednesday, May 31, a spontaneous dance party/flash mob erupted on Short Street.

  • Hunger heroes

    The inaugural “Who’s Hungry?” free community meal event, organized by local residents Carl Moore and Jim Zehner, went off without a hitch Monday, May 13, at MAZU restaurant.

  • Following a moon shadow

    Villagers and visitors alike gathered in local streets, yards and parks Monday, April 8, to witness a total solar eclipse — the first in this area since 1806, with the next to occur in 2099.

  • Feeder Frenzy

    he springtime backyard drama has been taking flight over the last few weeks

    The springtime backyard drama has been taking flight over the last few weeks, as feathered friends flock to feed.

  • See-worthy

    Yellow Springs Community Music Director James Johnston took a bow sporting his admiral’s hat, which accented the YS Community Band’s performance, “Songs of the Sea,” Saturday, April 13.

  • Roots among the seeds

    The inaugural Hardware Store Sessions kicked off Friday evening, March 22, at Yellow Springs Hardware, and featured musicians George Bieri and Bob Lucas, pictured above, from left.

  • Love shack

    Around 150 people braved muddy conditions Sunday, Feb. 25, to attend Flying Mouse Farms’ annual sugar shack tour to learn about the production of maple syrup and land stewardship.

  • Off line

    A storm that passed over the village during a tornado warning early Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, resulted in a loss of electric power throughout Yellow Springs, beginning at about 4:30 a.m.

  • Sax show

    The Aero Quartet — members Salvador Flores, soprano saxophone; Matthew Koester, tenor saxophone; Walt Puyear, alto saxophone; and Brian Kachur, baritone saxophone — performed Sunday, Feb. 4, the third ensemble in the 2023–24 Chamber Music in Yellow Springs series.

  • Honoring Lewis

    Longtime local resident and Korean War veteran Joe Lewis, 93, was honored for his service in the United States Air Force with a brief ceremony Friday, Jan. 26, at Friends Care Community, where Lewis currently resides.

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