Monthly Archives: November 2014

Would Icelandic Scribes Have Illuminated A Block O With Crowberry Ink?

Spend a few hours at The Ohio State University’s Ohio Union and you’ll find Script Ohio tiles in restrooms, the Block O on floors and “Carmen Ohio” lyrics carved on chair backs. Meeting rooms showcase memorabilia associated with student service … Continue reading

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Find A New Hangout At Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital In Westerville

Running errands leads to great discoveries.  Family Dollar carries milk from Reiter Dairy, Wendy’s offers free drinks for senior citizens, and Kemba Financial Credit Union has an ATM at Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital in Westerville. Even if hanging out … Continue reading

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Stuart Rose’s Rare Imprints Made An Impression at the University of Dayton

A generous dose of Esther Price chocolates stilled my beating heart after seeing some exceptional rare books in the University of Dayton’s Roesch Library First Floor Gallery. Carefully cradled, propped up or resting flat in their temporary home, the 49 … Continue reading

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