March 2010 Issue
Tour three of Ohio’s private high schools that break the educational mold.
|Drawn to Nature
Canfield artist Christopher Leeper portrays the beauty in the world around him.
|Spring's Culinary Fling
Lighten up your menu with these elegant spring recipes. Recipes: Spring-tini; Crispy, Pan-Seared Lake Erie Walleye Filet with Sweet and Spicy Pepper Relish; Grilled Garlic Shrimp Kebobs; Sea Scallops with Heavy Cream, Tomatoes, Parsley and Basil
Determined to take his garage beyond the typical cluttered storage space, a Lima homeowner creates a customized room for his car.
Tax credits and a green conscience make remodeling for energy efficiency a popular choice for many homeowners.
|Afterlife of a Church
No longer serving religious congregations, these buildings now nourish their communities in inspired new ways.
News Makers, News Stories, New Stuff
The University of Dayton’s Human Rights Studies program trains students to make the world a better place.
|Camping in Comfort
Ditch the tents and sleeping bags in favor of luxury accommodations in the great outdoors.
Shake off the last of winter’s weather with these outdoor excursions through the Carolinas and Virginia Beach.
Travel to Lexington, Kentucky, for the 2010 World Equestrian Games, featuring 16 days of horse-related competitions, events and activities.
Bring home a bit of history by visiting the Ohio National Road’s many antiques shops.
|All Things Buckeye
Are you smarter than an Ohio sixth-grader? Test your knowledge of Ohio with these sample questions from “The Great Ohio Magazine Trivia Quiz” hosted by Publisher and Editor Richard Osborne at various venues across the state. Answers are at the bottom. No peeking, please.