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Balance, collaboration, embodiment: Integral to the curriculum. I’m so grateful for the Antioch School.
Here’s a piece the Yellow Springs News posted about this weekend’s Langford-palooza. It’s going to be fun! If you’re able to do so, listen to WYSO at 12:15pm today when Niki Dakota will interview Jon Langford.
Read the Dayton City Paper piece about Jon Langford and the Antioch School Gala here! (However: Please note that the Gala is happening ONE NIGHT ONLY! Saturday, March 4, at 6pm. For more information, or to buy tickets, you can call … Continue reading
From the Antioch School press release: The Antioch School’s 2017 Auction Gala will feature an intimate concert with internationally-celebrated songwriter and painter Jon Langford on Saturday, March 4, 6pm, at the Foundry Theater, Antioch College campus, 920 Corry St., Yellow … Continue reading
In perusing the Antioch School’s website this evening, I noticed that a piece I wrote awhile ago about the importance of story had been posted there. The memory of that time provided uplift for me just now, so thought I’d share it here. Uplift … Continue reading
For some time, I’ve been wanting to write about why I chose to send my daughter to The Antioch School. I just read a post on Unicyclist.com by Mike Hout about his visit to the school, and am invigorated despite … Continue reading
Do you see what I see? Take a deep breath, and exhale. Look around. 2020 is revealing that it’s time to renegotiate everything: in ourselves, our communities, and the world. 2020 offers an opportunity to hone our creativity and to … Continue reading
Dear Readers, Happy Friday! Here’s a sweet video of Jon Langford and Jean Cook doing the song “Are You An Entertainer?” If you have 4 minutes and 54 seconds to watch it, please do (you’ll thank me!). And if you’re near … Continue reading
Sometimes things that are beautiful and true endure in the world…coalesce in the midst of what seems like unrelenting darkness to one crystalline time and place. Here’s one such moment: Jon Langford and Jean Cook will provide entertainment at the 21st Annual Antioch … Continue reading
I got an email from my daughter’s teacher last night. My daughter is in first grade at the Antioch School, which, according to the school’s website, “is the oldest democratic school in the country.” Her teacher, Christine Lipari-Althaus, often sends emails with reminders … Continue reading