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Jan./Feb. 2021

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Mortar founder Derrick Braziel shares a few spots the program has helped launch.

Author and Oak Harbor resident Kenn Kaufman shares a few of his favorite locations throughout the state.

Cleveland photographer Matt Shiffler shares a few of his favorite places for starry nights.

Westerville mom and entrepreneur Jennifer Sanger shares a few of her favorite local places for little ones.

Marietta Adventure Co.'s Ryan Smith shares a few favorites in and around his hometown.

Artist April Sunami shares places where you can find great art beyond the walls of a museum.

Fisheries educator Tory Gabriel of Ohio Sea Grant shares his advice on where to cast a line.

It’s the season of snuggling up. When it comes to great wintertime escapes, these spots offer a mix of quiet seclusion, rustic charm and fun features. 

Want to embrace the snowy season during your next online meeting or family call? Try these beautiful winter images courtesy of Ohio photographers.

Food + Drink

Although not all are seasonal offerings, these picks from beer writer David Nilsen do pair perfectly with a specific time of year.

Cottonwood Shanty shop owner and Millersburg native Alyssa Eliot shares some of her go-to spots.

Food blogger Nicholas Dekker offers a few of his favorite places for a morning bite to eat.

Mandy Muller offers a tasty tour of Dayton with her Instagram feed focused on foodie finds.

After starting at Dayton’s Warped Wing Brewing Co. and earning her Cicerone Certified Beer Server Status, Belarde has continued to deepen her beer knowledge. 

Ohio’s craft beer scene is a story of hard work and creativity. Meet some of the people who play vital roles when it comes to understanding and enjoying what’s in your glass.

After pitching in at this Warren beer-maker, Ferguson was invited to join the operation, making her the first Black female professional brewer in Ohio. 

After working with a number of James Beard Award-nominated culinary pros, Clark brings her Pork & Pickles concept to this popular Athens brewery. 

Cunningham began planting barley and hops on his Marysville family farm in 2014 and now supplies a number of Ohio brewers. 

What started in Springfield in 1926 is back on store shelves at Speedway, Ace Hardware and Rural King locations in Ohio.  

Want to get creative with sauerkraut? Fremont-based Frank’s Kraut can help with that.

When it comes to delicious and ethically sourced chocolates, these three Buckeye State artisans put care and conscience into their craft.

Nature and math mix deliciously at this small brewery just north of Cincinnati that grows ingredients for its beers on its urban farm. 


Experience the artist Anila Quayyum Agha’s beautiful and immersive installation at the Cincinnati Art Museum through May 30.

See works from the museum’s permanent collection, including some that have not been on public display for years, in this unique exhibition. 

Home + Garden

Michael Free II, owner of Fremont’s Dillon House, offers a few great spots for eclectic finds.

When you want to show your Buckeye State spirit and stay warm, Celebrate Local has you covered.

Sara Powers’ line of crocheted creations includes adorable animals and other handmade items for the little ones in your life.

Ohio Life

When it comes to great recommendations, the locals know all. Here are three great accounts focused on a particular area of expertise. 

President Warren G. Harding’s campaign manager and attorney general built this lakeside cabin in 1918. You can book a stay there year-round.

In February 1962, all eyes turned to Ohio as the state celebrated its native son becoming the first American to orbit the Earth.

The Ohio University professor shares how studying the biological structures of modern animals helps him interpret the evolution of dinosaurs.

Dr. Steven Bruhl offers health numbers to keep an eye on, and Katie Gascho shares how life-saving cancer therapies affected her heart health. 

This circa-1830 chest with a distinct, thumbprint-like decoration is similar to ones crafted by Coshocton County makers. 

From birding and antiques to hearty breakfasts and sweet desserts, we asked notable Ohioans for some hidden gems, beloved classics and new discoveries you’ll want to experience.