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July/August 2021

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Farming is at the heart of who we are as Ohioans. Visit three places across the state that honor and celebrate our connection to the land.

These favorites throughout Summit County allow travelers to embrace history and nature. Plus, there is great coffee, craft beer and vintage shopping along the way.

From the homes of U.S. presidents to sites that shaped the future of the United States, these destinations across Ohio help tell the story of our nation.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s enshrinement and the events surrounding it put a spotlight on northeast Ohio. This year, there’s even more to celebrate.

This property was in Richard Stewart’s family for generations before becoming a place where visitors can learn about food and farming.

In 1920, Warren G. Harding campaigned for president from his front porch in Marion. You can tour his home and visit the Presidential Library & Museum that puts his legacy in a new light.

From cozy cabins and lodges to hikes that appeal to your entire crew, plan your next adventure in one of the 32 counties that make up Ohio’s Appalachian region.

Outdoor experiences are plentiful in our capital city this time of year, from great park systems to beautiful gardens to a new soccer stadium in the heart of downtown.

A certified organic farm operating since 2015, Foraged and Sown literally started in Kate Hodges’ backyard.

We head to central Ohio for an art-inspired road trip to the Columbus Museum of Art, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, Short North Arts District and more.

We head to northeast Ohio for an art-inspired road trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art, Akron Art Museum, The Butler Institute of American Art and more.

The twists and turns of the Mountain State’s scenic roads have long promised the thrill of adventure and plenty of rugged beauty. Here are four routes to tackle this season.

The 19th-century farmstead of Samuel Oman today teaches visitors what life was like during the heyday of Ohio farming.

Food + Drink

These three small beer-makers offer accommodations so their fans can book, sample and stay. Here’s how you can, too.

Tim and Liz Argyle’s Newark spot serves up classic favorites and new creations in a cozy and inviting downtown space.


This Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition examines the fate of works recovered after World War II.

The Toledo Museum of Art hosts an exhibition of art and objects in a variety of media from the 18th century through contemporary times.

Home + Garden

Kristin Joiner sells a variety of upbeat and beautiful handprinted and handmade items at her store near Cincinnati.

Ohio Life

The Major League legend and native Ohioan looks back at life in the big leagues in a new autobiography.

Review these boating safety tips before hitting the water this season, and get advice for helping the children in your life protect their vision. 

East Liverpool potters made this porcelain during the second half of the 19th century.

On Aug. 10, 1923, Harvey Firestone, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison met in Marion to pay tribute to their fallen friend.

The National Air Races came to the city in 1929, bringing a high-flying spectacle to the city’s new airport. The event returned for years, until changing times and, ultimately, tragedy spelled its end.

Local lore says American Indian tribes once used this unusually shaped tree to navigate the region, but the burr oak’s real roots remain a mystery.