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November 2016 Issue

OM 1116


These three historic residences offer tours that provide a look into the lives of the families who lived there and plenty of decorating inspiration.

Food + Drink

When a cold ended Jonas Laughlin’s opera career, he found solace in baking. At his Columbus patisserie, he creates odes to European and Southern pastries.

Donna and Tom Thorpe’s website pays tribute to the elusive Ohio comfort-food favorite known as the shredded chicken sandwich.


The Zanesville Museum of Art features works associated with the turn-of-the-20th-century artists known as The Eight. 

We highlight 12 music, theater and dance performances that are sure to fill you with Christmas spirit.

The Cleveland Museum of Art features 30 works from its collection that show how artists ranging from Edgar Degas to Mary Cassatt embraced pastels. 

Ohio Life

From civic pride to historic preservation to beautiful neighborhoods, these communities make us proud to call Ohio home.

This suburban village embraces the best of small-town America with its bustling downtown and neighborhoods filled with beautiful homes.

This growing Columbus suburb embraces places and moments from its past as it invests in the future.

This historic riverside city turned its downtown into a place where creativity helps foster a sense of community.

Campus and community merge in this rural college town with a long history and a lively downtown.

The Ohio State University’s Thanksgiving Dinner for students, faculty and staff who stay in town over the holiday marks 25 years in 2016.

This Columbus resident wrote the book that inspired Netflix’s hit series. We talked with her about writing, success and the criminal justice system. 

The return of the Carillon Tree of Light serves as the kickoff to a monthlong celebration at Dayton’s Carillon Historical Park.

This spot celebrates the city of Marion’s role in snack history.