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Earnest Brew Works, Toledo

Former home brewers Scot Yarnell and Keefe Snyder craft a variety of interesting beers at their 15-handle taproom.

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Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield

During the Great Depression, Ben Hartman created a collection of interesting and idiosyncratic folk art sculptures at his Springfield home.

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3 Questions: Brian Michael Bendis

The Cleveland native talks about his move from Marvel Comics to the home of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.

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Santa’s Helpers

Dan and Linda Downs’ farm in rural Marion County is home to Toto, Comet, Tinsel and six other reindeer.

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Michigan Lighthouses

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

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Butler County Food Tour

Butler County offers a wide range of dining experiences, whether you’re looking for dinner and a movie or great down-home barbecue.

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Wapakoneta’s Moon Menu Trail

Neil Armstrong’s hometown is serving up a galaxy of space-themed food and drinks between now and Aug. 1. Here’s a preview of three of them.

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Findlay Brewing Co., Findlay

What started as a group of home brewers more than a decade ago has grown into a destination for creative bar food and tasty beers.

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Dr. James K. Bissell Nature Center, Rock Creek

The Nature Conservancy's Ashtabula County nature center provides an opportunity to learn about the 2,000-acre Morgan Swamp Preserve it calls home.

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Red Basket Farm, Kinsman

Amy and Floyd Davis grow specialty crops and Ohio favorites at their Trumbull County farm year-round, selling to restaurants, schools and home cooks alike.

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Legendary Club

The Cincinnati Reds celebrate the 150th anniversary of becoming baseball’s first pro team in 2019. Here are a few home games to put on your schedule.

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Christmas Cheer

Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB Gun cemented Cleveland’s Public Square, Higbee’s department store and a Tremont neighborhood home in pop culture.

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Amish Country Road Trips: Sugarcreek

The village of Sugarcreek’s downtown is home to Swiss architectural styles and the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock, but the area was originally settled by a mix of Amish, Swiss and German families. The Swiss immigrants brought their cheese-making know-how with them, and it wasn’t long before small cheese factories began to pop up throughout the countryside. Not long after, the village of Sugarcreek began to take on its Alpine-inspired look and feel. Today, Sugarcreek goes by the nickname Little Switzerland and hosts the Ohio Swiss Festival every September.

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Wild Lives

Mona Rutger founded Back to the Wild in 1990 as a place to nurse injured animals back to health. Over the course of a year, the center is home to more than 2,500 creatures, ranging from owls to butterflies.

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Creative Outlet

The Canton Arts District is home to collaborative artists who embrace individuality.

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Ohio Amish Country | Travel | Ohio Magazine

Find out where to shop, eat, explore and stay in Ohio's Amish Country communities.

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3 Questions: Ken Leslie

A former comedian who once lived out of his car, this Toledoan founded Veterans Matter in 2012 to help those who’ve served our country find housing.

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Amish Country Road Trips: Walnut Creek

Jonas Stutzman was Walnut Creek’s first permanent settler, traveling to what is now the eastern portion of Holmes County from Somerset County, Pennsylvania, in 1809. He and his wife were of the Amish faith, and today the area the couple called home has become a tourist destination known for its restaurants, shops and opportunities to take in the Amish way of living. Tour a farm or visit the German Culture Museum, a free attraction in the lower level of the local community center that teaches visitors about the beginnings of the Amish faith.

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Beyond the Tour

Universities are embracing ways to answer prospective students’ questions and make them feel at home.

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