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  • Jan. 25 News delivery issue

    Some Yellow Springs residents did not receive papers on Thursday, Jan. 25.

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  • Yellow Springs Strings annual spring concert at Senior Center

    The Yellow Springs Summer Strings and Band Program will celebrate its 50th year as a summer music program for local children with a cello choir for alumni this Saturday, July 5, at 5 p.m., followed by a full orchestra performance. Shown above is an early concert with Summer Strings’ founder, Shirley Mullins, who continues to direct the program. (submitted photo)

    The Yellow Springs Strings will present its annual spring concert tonight, May 9, 7 p.m., in the Senior Center great room.

  • Yellow Springs Historical Society to give tour of Octagon House

    The village's Octagon House, at 111 W. Whteman St., will be open to the public through a tour presented by the Yellow Springs Historical Society. Come satisfy your curiosity about this elegant and unusual building on Sunday, from 1–5 p.m. (Submitted photo)

    The Yellow Springs Historical Society will host a tour of the village’s Octagon House, Sunday, May 7, 1–5 p.m.

  • Harlem Renaissance Revisited

    "Harlem Renaissance Revisited," the final performance in this spring's Langston Hughes retrospective, is happening Sunday, May 7, 7:30 p.m. at the Foundry Theater.

    The YS Chamber Orchestra and Community Chorus will present the final concert in this spring’s Langston Hughes retrospective. “Harlem Renaissance Revisited,” a program of music and poetry, will be performed Sunday, May 7, 7:30 p.m., at the Foundry Theater.

  • Political climate change galvanizes Antioch College’s mission

    Antioch College students were called to action by changes in the current political climate. (Photo by F. Stop

    Antioch College, the stalwart clarion of human, social and environmental rights, has been galvanized to action by the vast changes in the current political and cultural climate.

  • Centuries-old brass instrument discovered at Antioch

    The 200-year-old flugelhorn recently found hidden in the walls of Antioch Hall.

    Antioch College recently announced the discovery of a 200-year-old flugelhorn on the campus. The horn was hidden in a locked case and plastered into a wall on the second floor of Antioch Hall, where minor renovations began last month.

  • Council to move ahead with CBE construction

    Cresco Labs will break ground on the site of its upcoming medical marijuana cultivation facility on Dec. 14.

    The CBE is set to open in 2018.

  • Moved by music

    A dance performance titled “How Music Moves Our Soul” Pictured at a recent rehearsal are, from left, Valerie Blackwell-Truitt, Sasha Mworinski, Elizabeth Lutz Warren and Myra Valez-Malishenko. The Fall Performance Arts Concert also features a range of local and regional dancers, musicians, poets and theater and visual artists in a wide-ranging celebration of area talent. (Submitted photo)

    A dance performance will be among the offerings of Bej Na Productions’ Fall Performance Arts Concert this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Antioch College Foundry Theater.

  • Local men to ‘Stand Up for Women’

    "Yellow Springs Men Stand Up for Women" to be held downtown on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 6–6:30 p.m.

    On Wednesday, Oct. 26, Yellow Springs men will meet on the downtown sidewalks from 6 to 6:30 p.m. to show support for women.

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