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September 2017



Bring a cooler during your next visit to the Holmes County area, and grab these tasty treats for the trip home.

We visited three landmark restaurants and picked out 10 treats you should take home with you.

Originally founded as a small grocery in the late 1930s, this restaurant is known for its hearty fare and selection of incredible pies.

More than 200 historically significant cars and motorcycles will roll in for the 11th annual event Sept. 16 and 17. 

Dutchman Hospitality’s Tuscarawas County location offers entertainment, comfort and shopping alongside its Amish Country favorites.

Gloria Yoder opened this popular spot in 1994, drawing Amish regulars and tourists alike with a menu of time-tested classics and creative new dishes.

Food + Drink

Katie Levesque launched her business in 2014. She now makes more than 40 beef jerky flavors ranging from Black Cherry Bourbon to fiery Scorpion XXX.

Everyone’s favorite movie snack holds a special place in Marion’s history — a fact the town celebrates every September.


The Toledo Botanical Garden hosts an exhibition of more than 100 stone sculptures created by Zimbabwean artists.

The novelist shares how her hometown of Shaker Heights inspired the follow-up to her acclaimed debut.

See more than 300 works that celebrate the joyful and innovative spirit of the era.

Ohio Life

Universities may be all about higher learning, but students still engage in some well-worn rituals (you know, just in case). Here are some our favorites from Ohio colleges.

George Remington spent decades as a successful advertising photographer and film director. These days, he’s funneling the passion that drove his career into a small organic farm in Hinckley.

The Ohio native talks about his best-selling book and how he hopes to use it as a way to improve the lives of people struggling with the same issues his family did.

Our feathered friends get a helping hand at Gail Laux's bird rescue, which focuses on rehabilitation and education.