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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Atop one of Knox County’s hills sits a community of scholars who live and work in a historic collection of buildings overlooking a beautiful pastoral landscape. In Gambier, Ohio, the home of Kenyon College, I spent a very special Saturday … Continue reading
Johnny Appleseed and John Uri Lloyd Stopped by the Ohio Governor’s Residence to Dedicate a Special Garden
Yesterday afternoon, a fedora-wearing pharmacist and a barefooted pioneer who needed a shave mingled with over 100 people at the Ohio Governor’s Residence for the dedication of the Lloyd Medicinal and Johnny Appleseed Memorial Garden. The newest feature of the … Continue reading
Your idea of a perfect day might not be riding around a cemetery on a chilly, showery Saturday, but I was in my element when I boarded a tram for a two-hour private tour of Cincinnati’s Spring Grove Cemetery last … Continue reading
How many Cincinnati favorites can you name? If you rattled off Skyline chili, the Montgomery Inn’s barbecued ribs, Graeter’s ice cream and the Cincinnati Reds, you’re well on your way to recognizing the local symbols that you can spot in … Continue reading
At 10:00 every Monday morning, I sit in a conference room and squeeze in a sentence or two as ten talkative people “tee up” the week ahead. During the din of last week’s meeting, I remembered that I needed to … Continue reading
For those of us who miss the days when WBNS-FM 97.1 was the place on the radio dial for “Easy Listening,” tuning in to the Sirius XM Satellite Radio “Escape” music channel for a road trip is a real treat. … Continue reading
Spend some time in The Ohio State University’s Thompson Library Exhibit Gallery and you’ll want to brew a pot of Bewley’s tea, bake a loaf of barmbrack, and curl up with the literature that reflects the Irish people’s pride in … Continue reading