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“…The seasons pass, the years will roll…”

By , December 30th, 2016

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In 1907 my grandmother created this OSU pillowcase for beau Cree Sheets, a civil engineering student. With the Fiesta Bowl tomorrow, we celebrate a strong 3-generation Buckeye tradition that runs from my grandparents and dad to our treasured Ohio State family and friends 110 years later. These kinds of photos and amazing keepsakes are the stuff of great stories and great One of A Kind collages.

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Experience Revolutionary History at The Newseum

By , July 8th, 2016

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Last night we were fortunate to attend the Newseum’s reception and program “1776-Breaking News: Independence” in Washington, DC. Featured was a 240-year old edition of The Pennsylvania Evening Post, the first to publish the newly adopted Declaration of Independence. This rare newspaper is on loan to the Newseum from David Rubenstein, business leader, philanthropist and co-founder of The Carlyle Group. (more…)


Wye Oak: The Life of a Tree

By , June 5th, 2015

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On this day in history, June 6, in 2002, the Wye Oak, the honorary state tree of Maryland, fell during a severe thunderstorm. It was believed to be over 460 years old and the largest White Oak in the United States. The remarkable tree measured 31 feet 10 inches around, 96 feet high, with branches spreading over 119 feet.

The state of Maryland collected the wood, and awarded it to a number of woodworkers and artists to commemorate the tree and its history. Artist Lawrence Romorini was one of the fortunate few to receive a branch from the tree. (more…)


Best Wishes to Civil Engineering Icon Pat Natale on his Retirement

By , December 4th, 2014

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For 10 years, we have been most fortunate to collaborate with American Society of Civil Engineers’ Executive Director Patrick Natale on extraordinary and inspiring 3-dimensional commemorative art. His leadership, accomplishments and attention to detail are indeed One Of A Kind!

Lawrence and I attended a reception this week honoring Pat’s retirement—a bittersweet occasion—made exciting by the fact that the next day, Pat would be presented with his own ASCE 3-dimensional collage at an ASCE staff tribute. (more…)


Remembering World AIDS Day Through Photos

By , December 1st, 2014

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December 1st marks World AIDS Day, and each year it brings back memories of one of the last times the AIDS Quilt (The Names Project) was shown as a complete piece on 10/1992. It drew thousands of people to the National Mall in Washington to experience this memorial to those who had died from AIDS and help people to understand the disease’s overwhelming impact. (more…)


Newseum Launches “The Boomer List” by Photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

By , October 6th, 2014

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Lawrence and I had the pleasure of attending Wednesday’s grand opening of award-winning photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ The Boomer List exhibit at the Newseum. The discussion panel included moderator Jeffrey Brown of PBS NewsHour, environmentalist Erin Brockovich, actress Kim Cattrall, and historian Julieanna Richardson, who talked with the photographer about the unique experience of being involved in this project and the memories it evoked. (more…)


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