June 2017 Issue
From day hikes to fossil hunting, we searched the state for summertime experiences that’ll amaze the youngsters in your life.
Head to western Pennsylvania to check out six festivals that celebrate history, summer eats and high-flying ingenuity.
Go on safari at the Wagon Trails Animal Park in Trumbull County, the African Safari Wildlife Park in Port Clinton and more.
Check out the Pollinator Palooza at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Columbus, grab a paddle at Mohican Adventures in Loudonville and more.
Kids can learn to sail in Sandusky, work toward their Junior Ranger badge or patch at Cuyahoga Valley National Park and more.
Tackle the youngster-friendly trail to Ash Cave, check out the bison at Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park and more.
Learn about those who fought for our nation’s independence at Fort Meigs, unearth ancient treasures at The Oleander Park System in Sylvania and more.
Welcome to some of Ohio’s finest lakeside restaurants, attractions and beach-town fun.
These five Detroit attractions promise a mix of arts, culture, history and fun.
Rich history, outdoor attractions and new development make now a great time to visit.
From upgrades at Youngstown’s kid-focused science center to an upstart vineyard at Pine Lake, check out these Mahoning Valley attractions.
A trip to Erie, Pennsylvania and New York’s Chautauqua Lake region promises plenty of thrills.
Food + Drink
Wilmington began serving the iconic sundae more than a century ago, but the town’s claim to fame doesn’t come without a share of good-natured controversy.
These Ohio wineries are suited for overnight stays thanks to on-site accommodations and nearby finds you’ll love.
Kent Waldeck’s Mogadore meadery puts a modern spin on one of mankind’s oldest drinks.
The Ohio native and “Mad Men” alum discusses his new Netflix show about the early years of women’s professional wrestling.
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s “Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz in the 1950s” showcases works created during the dawn of the artist’s career.
The Columbus resident’s debut novel, ‘The Last Place You Look,’ brings a new female detective to the literary world.
Home + Garden
Columbus’ historic neighborhood welcomes guests to tour 10 homes and two gardens.
Thousands of soldiers trained in Ross County before shipping out to World War I battlefields. July’s Camp Sherman Days honors their contributions.
The entertainer, Rat Pack member and native son of Steubenville is immortalized in a mural that recalls scenes from his life and career.
Cats plus coffee equals Columbus’ newest destination for feline fans.
We visited dwellings in Springfield, Oberlin and Willoughby Hills designed by the architect. Here’s how you can, too.