Archive

December 2017

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Travel

A trip to Summit County this month offers a range of options, whether you’re looking for national brands, vintage finds or thoughtfully handcrafted pieces of art. 

The Columbus science center’s collaboration with New York’s American Museum of Natural History brings a new permanent gallery and a fresh perspective on the creatures we only think we know.

Winter’s approach doesn’t mean it’s time to hide inside. These park system events promise fun and fascinating finds while enjoying the outdoors.   

The historic property shines with almost 4 million bulbs this time of year in an annual seasonal display that draws thousands of visitors. 

Food + Drink

No open fire? No problem. Carrollton farmer Greg Miller shares his advice for turning chestnuts into a sweet treat.

Arts

Revisit the sights and lights of bygone holiday seasons as the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s annual display at the Arms Family Museum celebrates 10 years. 

The holiday tradition returns the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Nutcracker Prince and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra to the Ohio Theatre stage. 

The Akron author’s new book takes on the most unusual of projects: building the coffin in which he will one day be buried. Giffels shares what he learned along the way. 

Home + Garden

Browse 50 handmade gifts that’ll bring holiday cheer to everyone on your list this season.

Ohio Life

Sandusky native, sports broadcaster and ESPN alum Jay Crawford discusses coming home to his alma mater, Bowling Green State University. 

Ohio Magazine recognizes outstanding teachers at colleges and universities across the state.

For decades, Bill Hixson has been synonymous with this time of year, from designing his own line of glass ornaments to helping decorate the White House. At age 88, he’s still a kid at heart. 

Cleveland’s dazzling Theater District landmark features more than 4,200 acrylic crystals.