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Fright Nights

Want to put an extra chill into your October? Try these four creepy history tours.

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Best Hometowns 2012: Greenville

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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My Ohio: Unnatural Selection

A vegetable purist ponders how green bean casserole ended up on our Thanksgiving tables.

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Columbus Architectural Salvage

Chris Sauer’s store stocks a wide range of reclaimed, hard-to-find home items stretching from the 1840s to the mid-20th century.

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(Not Quite) Roughing It

Ohioans with a knack for outdoor fun offer their advice for creating the ultimate backyard campout.

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Where Does John Kasich Go From Here?

We sit down with the governor to talk about leading Ohio, running for president and what’s next.

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Echoes of Battle

The Toledo Museum of Art offers a look at the Civil War from eyewitness observers and artists of the era.

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Hometown Legend

Newcomerstown honors pitcher Cy Young, one of the greatest players of all time.

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Best Hometowns 2017–18: Milford

This small city outside of Cincinnati offers history, outdoor adventure and a community of small business owners who work together.

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Camp Sherman Memories

Thousands of soldiers trained in Ross County before shipping out to World War I battlefields. July’s Camp Sherman Days honors their contributions.

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Herbal Delights

Author Debra Knapke shares expert gardening tips in Gahanna.

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Ode to Ohio

Columbus artist Michael McEwan paints his central Ohio surroundings.

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Winged Wonders

Monitoring the butterfly species that call Ohio home requires untold hours of patience and dedication.

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Q&A: Pulitzer Prize Winner Anthony Doerr

We talk with the Ohio native about “All the Light We Cannot See.”

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The Crash of the USS Shenandoah

In September 1925, the U.S. Navy’s heralded flying machine crashed in Noble County, killing 14 crew members and becoming forever tied to this corner of Ohio.

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Islanders Relish an Autumn Change of Pace

At summer's end, the Lake Erie Islands offer a peaceful waterfront escape.

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Faces of the Heartland

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights Ohioan James R. Hopkins’ innovative early 20th-century paintings depicting the Cumberland mountaineers of Kentucky.

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Science for Everyone

Stone Laboratory welcomes scientists, students and anyone interested in learning about freshwater problems and solutions.

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Live Well: February 2017

Learn about the work going on at three leading Ohio heart centers.

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Presidential Road Trips

Eight Ohioans held our nation’s highest office. These historic sites across the state celebrate their contributions.

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