Archive

September 2015 Issue

Travel

We talked to the Buckeyes head coach about motivation, preparation and what turns challenges into a championship.

Experience the old ways with four Amish families who open their homes and lives to curious visitors.

Food + Drink

Here's how you can put our state's unusual native fruit on your plate this season.

Arts

Bee beards, observation hives and honey bake-offs make for a fun (and educational) event.

Home + Garden

The mum offers a burst of color each autumn, a fact that’s celebrated annually in Summit County and across Ohio.

Barberton Mum Fest co-founder and Franklin Park Conservatory horticulturist offer mum-growing advice.

D.R. Walcher Farms owner Ken Holthouse shares how to prepare four varieties he loves.

Ohio Life

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the gargantuan machine extracted more than 130 million tons of coal from a 125,000-acre surface mine.

The Dayton Art Institute showcases posters that rallied support in the lead-up to World War I and World War II.

How to get your kids mentally and physically prepared for the new school year.

The university helps students find their path by focusing on both personal development and service to others.

The university collaborates with the city to create inviting downtown development and valuable educational opportunities.

The university merges a picturesque campus with excellent undergraduate programs and a strong sense of tradition.

We talk with the Cleveland photographer about her start, the icons she’s captured on film and the power of the still image.

Conductor Richard Kaufman discusses “The Music of John Williams.”