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Feature Photos Section :: Page 6

  • Poke man

    Just a few minutes after 11 a.m. on Thursday, July 14, Miguel’s Poke Island opened for business. Gilah Pomeranz Anderson was the first customer through the door of the Dayton Street storefront, which previously housed The Greene Canteen.

  • Garden gait

    Amid intermittent torrents of rain, and while the power was out throughout the entire village for several hours, the Yellow Springs Garden Tour took place on Sunday, July 17.

  • Whip smart

    On Thursday, July 7, the Little Art Theatre showed the classic 1981 film “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” as a part of the theater’s ongoing “Adventures at the Little Art” series.

  • Ruffled fathers

    Last Sunday, Father’s Day, a young cardinal fledgling got some much needed assistance from father in a backyard scenario that plays out every year.

  • YS Pride Festival, 2022

    One of dozens of floats participating in the 2022 Pride Parade that snaked its way through the village, Saturday June 25. In addition to affirming LGBTQ+ rights, participants also showed support for reproductive rights. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Hundreds of people from the village and around the region celebrated a weekend of inclusivity at the YS Pride Festival, June 24–26.

  • Earth play

    From naturalist-guided hikes around Glen Helen and Clifton Gorge, to a plant swap and a “Trails Day Celebration” at the village train station, the plethora of festivities brought droves of local environmentalists and Earth enthusiasts out to enjoy the warm weather.

  • Niceties

    On Monday, April 11, dancers, drinkers, music lovers and revelers of all stripes gathered in the solarium of Trail Town Brewing to enjoy hip-hop and house musical stylings.

  • Beer beat

    On Monday, April 11, dancers, drinkers, music lovers and revelers of all stripes gathered in the solarium of Trail Town Brewing to enjoy hip-hop and house musical stylings.

  • Playin’ o’er a pint

    A Irish session band held court at Ye Olde Trail Tavern on Saturday, March 12. Playing were Kenton Domer-Shank on accordion, Patrick Foose on banjo, Ken Beer on fiddle, Parker Buckley on mandolin and Tim Daugherty on the anglo concertina.

  • Vacancy

    The planned park, Ohio’s 76th, will aim to to preserve and highlight Oldtown, the site of one of the largest-known Shawnee settlements in Ohio, often cited by historians as the birthplace of Tecumseh.

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