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Food Road Trips: Lake Erie Perch

Whether you want it fried or broiled, one fish rules our Great Lake when it comes to your dinner plate.

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Ohio Cocktails: General Washington

This creation from The Alcove Restaurant in Mount Vernon honors our first commander in chief.

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3 Spots for Outdoor Adventure in Appalachian Ohio

Marietta Adventure Co.'s Ryan Smith shares a few favorites in and around his hometown.

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Hike & Bike: Central Ohio

Hike the Darby Creek Greenway Trail, try three trails at Highbanks Metro Park in Lewis Center and ride through Columbus along the Olentangy Trail.

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Mister Mustard Meets His Match

Woeber Mustard Co.’s longtime favorite now has a companion: the sweet and spicy Mrs. Mustard.

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Secret Ohio: Clifton Garden Cabin

This cozy, two-level cabin within walking distance of the iconic Clifton Mill offers a stay that’s part home and part garden.

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Wittich’s Candy Shop, Circleville

Opened in 1840 and billed as the oldest family-owned and -operated candy shop in the nation, this spot is known for its classic candies and hand-dipped chocolates.

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Life Stories

The Cincinnati Museum Center explores the ancient world of mummies and the windows they provide into the past.

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Sand Hollow Winery & Speakeasy, Licking County

Jim Young turned his hobby into a Licking County winery. Then, he created a fun speakeasy in Newark. And, yes, you do need a password.

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Georgetown Vineyards, Cambridge

An incredible view, gourmet pizzas and a fun lineup of fruit wines draw visitors to this Guernsey County winery tucked among the Appalachian foothills.

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Why I Sail

Christine Rice has always been drawn to sailing. In her own words, she discusses the allure of teamwork, concentration and open water.

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Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant, Berlin

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

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Best Hometowns 2013–2014: Logan

Logan offers family-friendly neighborhoods and access to natural beauty.

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How To Make Maple Popcorn

Bonhomie Acres proves maple syrup is no longer just a topping for a pile of pancakes.

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‘Winesburg, Ohio’ at 100

Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 cycle of short stories is a literary classic. But when it was published, it caused a stir in the author’s hometown of Clyde, Ohio, where many believed the work of fiction was spilling the town’s secrets.

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See the Carillon Tree of Light in Dayton

The return of the Carillon Tree of Light serves as the kickoff to a monthlong celebration at Dayton’s Carillon Historical Park.

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The Adventures of Two Buckeye Trail Thru-Hikers

An Ohio couple recounts the 76 consecutive days they spent hiking the 1,444-mile Buckeye Trail in their book.

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‘Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak’ in Columbus

The Columbus Museum of Art and The Maurice Sendak Foundation partner for a retrospective of works by the author and artist who gave us Where the Wild Things Are.

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3 Questions: Seth Breedlove

The Small Town Monsters founder and filmmaker discusses his love for exploring American myths and lore.

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‘American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs’ in Dayton

Artist David Levinthal’s intriguing photography merges American myth and memory. It is the focus of a fall exhibition at the Dayton Art Institute.

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