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On Friday, July 14, the village’s comically large scissors were once again brought to the ribbon cutting of a new downtown Yellow Springs business: Singapore Seahorse Coin Jewelry is now open for business at 100 Corry St.
Last week, local muralist Pierre Nagley made the first brush strokes on his newest public work: a massive mural in honor of the late villager Marco Comegys, who died unexpectedly in a fatal motorcycle accident earlier this year.
In honor of beloved community member Marco “De Ohio” Comegys, who died unexpectedly on April 21, a day-long celebration was staged throughout the village on Friday, May 19.
On Wednesday and Thursday, April 26 and 27, the Coretta Scott King Center hosted “Getting to the Root,” a two-day workshop centered on strengthening antiracism efforts.
On Saturday May 6, a memorial service was held for late filmmaker Julia Reichert on the campus of Antioch.
After a spate of illnesses cut short the McKinney and YSHS stage run of this year’s spring musical in early March, the cast and crew of “Mamma Mia!” returned triumphantly to the stage April 26, 27 and 28, and performed to a full house each night at the Foundry Theater.
A cabal of area comedians descended on the Peach’s Grill stage for a comedy show on — funnily enough — April Fool’s Day, last Saturday, April 1.
Occurring each year on March 8, International Women’s Day is a global celebration of women, underscoring women’s rights and calling attention to issues affecting women all over the world, including equality and reproductive rights.
Considered one of the world’s foremost and talented magicians, David Williamson dazzled a capacity crowd of villagers at Emporium Wines & Underdog Cafe on Saturday evening, Jan. 14.
The beaver dam that clogged up the flowing waters of Yellow Springs Creek in 2021 grew significantly in breath, depth, height and sticks over the last year.