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March/April 2022



Get a flavor of our capital city’s food and drink scene with the help of these destinations and tours that offer a sampling of what’s cooking.

Explore visual art, vintage finds, makers and more throughout the city of Akron’s downtown.

Head to the Mountain State this spring for outdoor adventure. These locations offer great places to hike, bike and climb, no matter what your skill level.

It’s time to point your car toward adventure, relaxation and fun. From a retro tour of Cincinnati to the natural wonders of northwest Ohio, let us be your guide this season. 

Eat, shop and get away from the hustle and bustle by visiting these six picturesque Ohio counties that offer a taste of rural living.

The 18th president of the United States was born in Point Pleasant on April 27, 1822. Visit his birthplace home and other southwest Ohio locations that shaped his life.

From landmark buildings to baseball history to amusement park thrills, these Cincinnati spots offer fun ways to revisit the past.

From a 24-hour doughnut shop to authentic German fare, these capital city favorites have been around for years.

These storied performance spaces have been restored over the years in order to ready them for new generations of audiences.

Take a trip into the past in Marietta, the first permanent settlement in the Northwest Territory.

Ohioans changed the world. Here is where you can revisit history and learn more about some of our most notable names.

Ohio breweries took home awards at the 2021 Great American Beer Festival. Visit four spots that won gold and another whose coffee beer has medaled three years running.

Explore northwest Ohio to find a wealth of biodiversity where the water meets the land.

These destinations across Ohio honor those who gave of themselves to protect the United States of America.

These curiosities provide a glimpse into local heritage, Ohio history and sheer creativity. They also make for some great social media moments.

From shopping to art to special events, celebrate the International Year of Glass in this northwest Ohio city known for glass innovation.

Food + Drink

The Buckeye State’s distinctive pizza styles may not be as well known as the ones hailing from New York or Chicago, but these three have long histories. Here is where you can try them.

Chef Shanna Dean’s Columbus restaurant serves up tasty plant-based takes on chicken and waffles, fish sandwiches and other classics.

This brewery’s founders created a space all beer lovers can enjoy, offering a wide range of styles — from traditional to trendy — and a communal atmosphere.


Artist Jim Steranko has depicted many American heroes during his career, from Nick Fury to Batman. An exhibition of his works opens this month at The Butler Institute of American Art. 

This expansive exhibition at COSI traces the progression of some of Marvel’s most iconic characters from the printed page to the big screen. 

Home + Garden

Jewelry-maker Stephanie Sanders-Jacob’s Rabbit + Rain line of earrings merges a technological creative process with inspiration that plays to her passions.

Ohio Life

Oberlin College and Conservatory’s president used her quest to get fit as a way to connect with students.

On March 21, 1952, thousands of people crowded into the Cleveland Arena for the Moondog Coronation Ball, which was expected to go on for hours. Instead, the show was shut down before the end of the first band’s set.

On April 28, 1865, mourners gathered on the city’s Public Square to pay their final respects to President Abraham Lincoln.

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a time to reacquaint yourself with what it means to stay focused behind the wheel.

This sewing caddy, treasured by collectors across the United States, was made by David Mills Pease in Ohio during the second half of the 19th century.