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June 2016 Issue


Akron’s Bridgestone Invitational arrives earlier this summer, teeing off in late June.

From a penguin conservation center to a Lego-brick wonderland, check out these road trip-worthy attractions.

Along with other pieces of history, the new fourth building houses presidential aircraft, including the Air Force One that served presidents Kennedy through Clinton.

From the wilds of the Cuyahoga Valley to the field where the Wright brothers flew, here’s where you can experience America’s story. 

The 352-foot-tall Doric column rising from South Bass Island pays tribute to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry. 

Ohio’s famous Duck Tape brand celebrates the amazing things that can be made with it at festival.

Erie, Pennsylvania, and New York’s Chautauqua Lake provide adventures as amazing as the scenery.

Visit seven places packed with history, authenticity and fun.

Check out seven inviting brewpubs and taprooms in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.

Food + Drink

These wineries offer entertainment and activities that go beyond what’s in your glass.

The Troy Strawberry Festival gets innovative with its namesake ingredient.

Chef Daniel Wright opened Cincinnati's Senate in 2010. He still has people lining up for his gourmet hot dogs.


Decades of wind, waves and sand go into Lorie and Troy Dalrymple’s line of jewelry.

The Columbus Museum of Art examines how World War I led Pablo Picasso to go beyond cubism.

Ohio artist Robert Coby discusses his Earth-inspired glass works.

Ohio’s famous Duck Tape brand celebrates the amazing things that can be made with it at festival.

Ohio Life

The Ohio native and all-time hit leader talks baseball, Cincinnati and the Hall of Fame.

Once you see Rody Walter’s creations, you’ll understand why his waiting list is measured not in months but years.

Visit Jim Bowsher’s thought-provoking backyard oasis in Wapakoneta.