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John Herzig’s Famous Endings Museum

The Dover funeral director collects memorabilia from services held for celebrities and historical figures.

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7 Ways to Explore Canton and Stark County

From the new Pro Football Hall of Fame Village to a revitalized downtown, this northeast Ohio city delivers a memorable summer getaway.

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The Sculpted Visions of Alan Cottrill

The artist’s cast-bronze works are found across Ohio and far beyond. We visited his Zanesville studio to learn about his process and the road that led him to finding his passion.

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‘Ohio — Champion of Sports’ in Columbus

An expansive exhibition organized by the Ohio History Connection showcases our state’s contributions to excellence in competition.

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Hometown Road Trips: 2018-19

Summer means it’s time to explore. Check out these finds we discovered while visiting our 2018–2019 Best Hometowns.

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Best of Ohio 2015

As we travel across the state, we look for the unusual, the interesting and the delicious.

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Wooster’s Groovy Cycleworks Offers a Bicycle Built for You

Once you see Rody Walter’s creations, you’ll understand why his waiting list is measured not in months but years.

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The Ohio Town that Baseball Legend Cy Young Called Home

Cy Young’s name is synonymous with Major League Baseball’s most dominant pitchers. He was born in Tuscarawas County in 1867, and he lived there both during and after his career in the big leagues.

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The Rise and Fall of the Cleveland Air Races

The National Air Races came to the city in 1929, bringing a high-flying spectacle to the city’s new airport. The event returned for years, until changing times and, ultimately, tragedy spelled its end.

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5 Reasons to Visit our 2022-23 Best Hometowns

From the site of a War of 1812 fort to a museum focused on the fashion world, these destinations in our Best Hometowns 2022-23 communities are worth a visit.

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The Rise and Fall of the Lustron Home

Lustron Corp. hoped its prefabricated steel homes would address the need for postwar housing. The company’s Columbus factory closed after making just 2,600 homes, most of which still stand today.

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5 Ohio Christmas Favorites

Have a heaping helping of holiday cheer at these destinations that exemplify the spirit and wonder of the season.

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My Ohio: Legacy in Bloom

A serendipitous discovery introduces a wildflower lover to a fellow devotee.

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Life’s Work

Columbus painter Michael Weisel shares family memories on canvas at the Zanesville Museum of Art.

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‘The Boomer List’ at Springfield Museum of Art

Photographer Timothy Greenfield- Sanders’ large-scale portraits of famous baby boomers comes to Ohio.

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Ohio Wineries: Where to Get Pizzas, Brunch & More

From morning meals to perfect wood-fired pizzas, here is our rundown on the signature eats and food-related events at 11 wineries across the state.

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Time Capsule

The Ohio History Center revisits the era of Lustron homes and offers a glimpse into 1950s America.

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Singular Style

The Toledo Museum of Art explores Manet's gift for portraiture.

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‘Life is a Highway: Art and American Car Culture’

A summer exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art looks at how the automobile has impacted our lives.

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The Butler Institute of American Art Houses a Collection of Our Nation's Masterworks

In 1919, Joseph G. Butler Jr. opened a Youngstown museum dedicated to American artists. Its collection now numbers in the thousands.

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