Monthly Archives: February 2014

Medieval Techniques and Modern Imagery Glorify God’s Word in The Saint John’s Bible

A manuscript written in a fine hand, illuminated with lush, vibrant colors and embellished with 24-karat gold leaf is a striking sight. Go to the Canton Museum of Art through March 2 and you’ll see what I mean.  Since December … Continue reading

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Stock Your Pantry at the J.M. Smucker Company Store and Café

The weather may have grounded me for five weekends, but it didn’t keep me from planning some field trips on which to embark at the first sign of a spring thaw. Finally, Saturday’s dry roads allowed me to pull up … Continue reading

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Pack a Hearty Helping of Art, Music and History Into Your Lunch Hour at First Congregational Church’s First Tuesday Concert

First Congregational Church’s First Tuesday lunchtime concert for February was a welcome, restorative break from fussing with Fearless Leaders, Monday-meeting minutes and strategic planning spreadsheets.  I’ve taken you to this lovely sanctuary at the Downtown Columbus corner of East Broad … Continue reading

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Betsy McCall Comes Out of Storage

When I’m cooped up inside on a snowy weekend, I weed my collections. Tired textiles are boxed up for new adventures, file folders are purged of their contents, and precious real estate on my bookcase is freed up for new … Continue reading

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