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These three creative and comfortable hotels offer a welcoming place to stay as well as nearby shopping, dining and entertainment options for making the most of your time together.
February is a great time to visit Fremont’s Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.
Food + Drink
The world’s first craft brew hotel promises the ultimate weekend getaway for beer fans and plenty of fun surprises along the way.
From the stories behind a few of our favorite beer can designs to breweries working for a good cause, we hope you enjoy this sampler.
What started as a group of home brewers more than a decade ago has grown into a destination for creative bar food and tasty beers.
Creativity is at the heart of this brewery, which obsesses over fresh takes on favorite styles and provides a spacious place to enjoy them.
This creation from The Alcove Restaurant in Mount Vernon honors our first commander in chief.
Ohio’s craft beer scene is bigger than ever. We delve into the new names, longtime favorites and incredible places to visit for your guide to what’s brewing across our state.
Our 2019 craft beer guide tops more than 220 breweries, with lots of new names on the list.
Karma Decker’s West Chester shop, Karma in the Kitchen, is all about sweets. She even shares what she’s learned, including this recipe.
Inspired by their time living in Great Britain, John and Adriana Bikis bring their take on the English pub experience to Stark County.
Jael Malenke and Kevin Ely’s farm brewery in Coshocton County serves up Bavarian beer styles in a welcoming rural setting.
The Ohio artist supported her husband and 13 children by capturing everyday scenes that spoke to 19th-century, middle-class society.
This annual outdoor festival encourages Ohioans to embrace the cold with a full lineup of musical acts and art-experience tents.
Home + Garden
Jewelry designer Terri Hickey takes a contemporary approach to a time-honored process.
The Trumbull County native grew up in a racing family. We checked in with the NASCAR driver as he prepares for the 2019 NASCAR season to kick off.
Isaac Newton Hook was a well-known 19th-century boatman on the Muskingum River. He also designed and created his own tomb.
Three patients share their stories about the cardiac issues they didn’t see coming.
Charles Young was the most highly decorated African-American military officer of his time, the first black U.S. National Park superintendent and a professor at Ohio’s Wilberforce University.