Wagner Subaru
from-the-print Section

Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.

More from-the-print Articles
  • Building Community | ‘Encoded’ meaning, identity in Migiwa Orimo’s work

    Perhaps you’ve seen Yellow Springs-based artist Migiwa Orimo’s banners, created in collaboration with community activists: Visual representations of various social justice movements, screen printed in her studio through the Peoples Banner Project.

  • Planning Commission | Lumber Co. Market & Eatery project advances

    The future business sited for that land, dubbed the Lumber Co. Market & Eatery, owned by Massies Creek Ventures, LLC, aims to have approximately 10 vendors selling prepared foods and goods in a newly renovated facility where a 1940s-era lumber yard once stood.

  • World House Choir to celebrate a decade of song, social justice

    The World House Choir — a multicultural and intergenerational musical group whose decade-long repertoire has embraced songs that put forward messages of unity, solidarity and social justice — will perform its 10-year anniversary concerts Thursday–Saturday, Sept. 21–23, at the Foundry Theater.

  • New Little Art Theatre manager is old hand

    Next time you go to the movies, you can join the longtime Yellow Springs resident Caleab Wyant in celebrating his new position at the Little Art if you greet him by his new title: Theater Manager.

  • 40 years of Chamber Music in Yellow Springs

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs, or CMYS, will mark its 40th anniversary this season, which opens Sunday, Sept. 24. Established in 1983, CMYS was founded by a handful of devoted classical music lovers.

  • Sunflower field to bloom next week

    The Yellow Springs sunflower field planted each year by Sharon and David Neuhardt just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is anticipated to be in full bloom beginning Friday, Sept. 22, and lasting through at least the next weekend.

  • Film director Michael Schultz’s Yellow Springs connection

    Renowned film director Michael Schultz, known for iconic 1970s movies “Cooley High” and “Car Wash” and 1980s classics “Krush Groove” and “The Last Dragon,” once directed at the Antioch Area Theater’s summer festival in the ’60s. Arthur Lithgow offered Schultz the job.

  • Yellow Springs school board appoints Scott Fife

    On Friday, Sept. 1, the Yellow Springs Board of Education unanimously voted to appoint local resident Scott Fife as a member of the board.

  • The Patterdale Hall Diaries | Mice and moles and shrews, oh my!

    “One lasting memory of my time at Oxford was watching a cricket match between the Bodleian librarians and some local captains of industry.”

  • Lights up at the Antioch College Foundry Theater

    This fall, the Foundry will again be the home to not just one group of artists-in-residence, but three. At the same time, the Foundry is gearing up to launch a full season of programming.

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com