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November 2019



The Columbus suburb is known as a destination for outdoor recreation. Here are five spots to check out as the snow begins to fly.

Columbus’ beautiful and thought-provoking museum highlights the experiences of those who’ve risked their lives for the freedoms we enjoy.

Each year, Jerry Payn of Wooster portrays our 16th president at Hale Farm & Village’s harvest dinner.

Food + Drink

We asked three Ohioans who have won big with their baking skills to share inventive recipes that’ll wow your family and friends this season.

As the leaves pile up, these autumn-inspired cocktails courtesy of Ohio distilleries should be part of your seasonal celebrations.


The Taft Museum of Art features an exhibition of Hudson River School landscape paintings that depict the power and grandeur of the world around us.

Ohio Life

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center hosts an exhibition showcasing more than two dozen African American men who changed the history and culture of our nation

This year, we honor Fremont, Hamilton, Hartville, Gallipolis and Newark — five communities that make us proud to call Ohio home.

The Sandusky River runs through the center of this northwest Ohio community that has deep ties to American history, a wealth of outdoor recreation and a great downtown.

This Ohio River village settled by 500 French immigrants in 1790 embraces its history while looking to the future with a successful downtown revitalization program and a stellar public library.

This Butler County community is home to vibrant public art, welcoming businesses and an initiative that unites and highlights the city’s 17 neighborhoods.

This Stark County village with Amish and Mennonite roots offers a taste of country living with its inviting downtown shops and beloved destinations that bring travelers from near and far.

Licking County’s largest city has reinvented its downtown with upgrades that play on local history while creating a strong sense of community.

This roadside icon has become a favorite for Interstate 71 travelers since opening in 1978.

The Mansfield native discusses his book examining the successes and failures of eight progressive leaders who occupied his desk on the Senate floor.

Downtown’s historic opera house shines again following a $22.5 million renovation effort spanning more than two decades.