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February 2018



These destinations promise to put a spark in your next evening out together.

Food + Drink

Craft beer has a starring role on Beth Sparks’ Dayton food truck, The Drunken Waffle.

Former home brewers Scot Yarnell and Keefe Snyder craft a variety of  interesting beers at their 15-handle taproom. 

Jimmy Stockwell and Sean White focus on local ingredients and sustainable business practices at their small southeast Ohio brewery. 

This carefully designed downtown spot offers award-winning beer, a communal vibe and great wood-fired pizzas.  

Buckeye State beer is bigger than ever. Check out our guide to more than 150 breweries, great tours, quirky finds and places we love. 

Explore more fun breweries across the state (and get a preview of three set to open later this year).

Embracing a New American approach to beer, this brewery pulls from a range of influences to craft its core lineup and seasonal releases.  

Community pride and local history are on tap at this downtown Dayton brewery that has taken flight since opening in 2014. 


The Columbus Museum of Art highlights Ohioan James R. Hopkins’ innovative early 20th-century paintings depicting the Cumberland mountaineers of Kentucky. 

See a collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s work at Cincinnati's Taft Museum of Art Feb. 17 through May 27. 

Kent textile artist Janice Lessman-Moss mixes tradition with technology to create her intricate and beautiful designs. 

Ohio Life

Autographed by host Bob Barker, this artifact from the early days of the perennially popular television game show now resides in West Lafayette

The Ohio native discusses cooking, Columbus and putting together a winning Valentine’s Day dinner.

Cleveland’s Ned Jordan ran an advertisement in 1923 that forever altered automobile marketing. It didn’t focus on price, engine size or features. It sold a feeling.

From smartphone ECG readings to a device that offers hope when surgery does not, advances in use at these Ohio hospital systems are changing the face of treatment.