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October 2016 Issue



From Old World dishes served cafeteria-style to Iron Chef Michael Symon’s new spin on barbecue, here are eight spots that should make your list.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Do it right at one of these five Columbus spots known for their a.m. offerings.

This 71-mile trip through rural southwest Ohio passes through many small towns and offers spectacular views of the countryside alive with color. 

This 28-mile drive takes you through Cuyahoga Valley National Park and the historic town of Hudson.

This 22-mile drive takes travelers through Wayne National Forest and some of southeast Ohio's most scenic areas. 

This 51-mile trip follows the Miami River as it passes through small towns and by farm fields.

Our guide to more than 170 miles of autumn color — plus where to stop and explore along the way 

Michigan is home to 129 lighthouses — more than any other state — offering visitors a look at Great Lakes history.

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History unveils its Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden. 

Food + Drink

Whether you're filling Easter baskets, loading up for trick-or-treaters or looking for a retro favorite, a trip to b.a. Sweetie Candy Co. in Cleveland is in order.

We talked to Spangler Candy Co.’s crafting crew about having some fun with Dum Dums this Halloween season.  


Costume designer Ray Zupp shares how the Dayton Ballet is revamping Bram Stoker’s classic character in its new show. 

The Cincinnati Art Museum showcases the forest through one of Vincent van Gogh’s final paintings and two dozen other works.

The Akron Art Museum marks the National Park Service centennial with photographs of our public lands and historic places. 

Ohio Life

Fiberglass creatures ranging from rhinos to giraffes greet visitors at MT Heat Treat in Mentor.

The actress and Cleveland native talks about reclaiming her childhood home, an effort that was documented on an HGTV series.

The cemetery John Van Cleve founded in 1841 is the resting place of some of Dayton's famous names, including the men who pioneered aviation.