Monthly Archives: April 2014

What Are You Doing on Saturday, May 3 at 2:00 PM?

Last June, I introduced you to Genevieve Jones, a determined young woman whose artistic talent rivaled her fancy for birds.  If you’re in Columbus next Saturday afternoon, I hope you’ll join me at the Ohio History Center to meet another artistic bird-fancier who … Continue reading

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Otterbein’s Humor in Music Festival Made Me Decide That “If I Ever Had to Choose Between You and a Third Helping of Mashed Potatoes, I Think I’d Choose the Mashed Potatoes” At The Cardinal’s Nest

A 15-minute drive takes me to one of my favorite destinations: Otterbein University. At Courtright Memorial Library, I spent a semester completing my library school practicum. At the Hanby House, I vowed to learn to play “Up on the Housetop” … Continue reading

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