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Get all of your holiday shopping done locally in Yellow Springs By Lara Donnelly Forget Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Maroon Wednesday, or whatever colorful offers of bargains you’ve seen cropping up in “big box” stores and online retailers. This holiday season, Dayton-area residents and visitors have the chance to give gifts from that really stand […]

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A (dark) force to be reckoned with

Why people love to love Dark Star Books By Emma Jarman Nothing about Dark Star Books is ordinary. Not its expansive collection of new and used books and comic books that turn the quaint store into a cavernous library of titles and treasures; not the old store cat, Bart, who was trained specially to be […]

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Liar, liar

How a local group of men called the Liar’s Club inspired a Yellow Springs artist By Lara Donnelly In many parts of the country, breakfast at MacDonald’s means more than just hash browns and McMuffins. Socializing seniors are grouping together at their local Mickey D’s to swap stories and keep in touch. One such group […]

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New kid on the block

It’s hip to be square at Blokhedz in Yellow Springs By Natasha Habib Kyle Peterson thinks there’s a different sense of accomplishment kids get from seeing what they’ve built with their own hands rather than hitting a “save” button on a video game. “Nothing can substitute for hands-on play and action,” said Peterson. There are […]

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A creative peek

Local artists open their studios for the Artist Studio Tour and Sale By Lara Donnelly Yellow Springs is a town known for its eclectic and elegant art scene. But how many times do visitors get to meet the artists? The Yellow Springs Artist Studio Tour and Sale makes that possible, and art-lovers in the area […]

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The one-eyed festival

Local handmade enthusiasts and music lovers make Cyclops Fest a reality in Yellow Springs By Benjamin Dale The legend of the Cyclops begins in ancient Greece. One-eyed giants with foul dispositions, Cyclops are thought to have crafted and then given Zeus his thunderbolt, Poseidon his trident and Hades his invisibility helmet. Though the Cyclops is […]

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Yellow Springs: An everyday life

An everyday look at an exceptional town By Lara Donnelly Yellow Springs usually gets written up in the Dayton City Paper for its cultural happenings, its exciting street art and its all-out awesome events, like Art Stroll and Street Fair. Tourists come to see the funky shops and eat in the fancy restaurants. Hikers come […]

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Back to our roots music

The AACW Gospel, Blues and Jazz Festival in Yellow Springs By Tim Walker Family traditions, memories and feelings are deeply rooted in our small Ohio communities, and the village of Yellow Springs is no different than any other. Family members pass on memories, opinions and interests handed down from the older generations to the younger, […]

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A July to experience

The Yellow Springs Experience takes charge By Tim Walker Are you experienced? Hendrix’s late-‘60s psychedelia notwithstanding, the question will definitely be answered in the affirmative by anyone who immerses himself in the upcoming Yellow Springs Experience, a three-day event taking place the weekend of July 15, 16 and 17 at various locations in the village […]

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Ringmasters, belly dancers and fire-eaters, oh my!

Yellow Springs gets freaky with Cirque Carnival By Lara Donnelly With Yellow Springs in the running for Rand McNally’s “Best of the Road” as the “most fun” town in America, people from far and wide want to know what makes this small town so out of the ordinary. Friday, July 15 will be a good […]

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Sending art strolling

An evening promenade among the artists By Lara Donnelly Fine art. Catered hors d’oeuvres. Gallery shows. A graffiti-splashed gum wall. If you’re thinking to yourself, “One of these things is not like the other,” good catch. But at Yellow Springs’ semi-annual Art Stroll, things like the Jafa Girls’ Traveling Gum Wall are par for the […]

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Follow the Yellow Springs road

Public art brochure guides visitors to hidden treasures of art community By Emma Jarman Yellow Springs is known for its rich art culture. You can see it in King’s Yard in the storefront window of Springs Gallery. You can hear it as the wind blows through the chimes you carry out of Yellow Springs Pottery. […]

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Tiny Town Takes to the Streets

Four blocks of food, fun and arts By Lara Donnelly It’s getting to be that time of year again in Yellow Springs: the weather is heating up, the sun is coming out and the annual Yellow Springs Street Fair is coming down the pike at precipitous speed. Already, local vendors are stocking up on popular […]

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Fit for a King

Play for the day in King’s Yard By Emma Jarman Making your way in the world today takes everything you got. Taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot. Wouldn’t you like to get away?” You could bust out your old recorded VHS tapes and go to Cheers, the bar of […]

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Celebrate Earth Day at Glen Helen

5K run/walk hopes to attract eco-friendly crowd By Robin Lynne Melet Anyone looking for a fun and philanthropic way to enjoy the upcoming spring weather should consider joining in on Glen Helen’s first-ever Earth Day 5K Run/Walk. Help fulfill that forgotten New Year’s resolution at the Glen Helen nature preserve, in Yellow Springs. Glen Helen […]

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Come for the local color

… stay for the local food By Lara Donnelly On any given day in Yellow Springs, a visitor is likely to find surprising art, experimental theatre, unique retail and a vibrant street life. That same visitor will also find, and hopefully partake in, a local food experience of a lofty caliber. Restaurants, coffee shops, non-profits […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]