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Ohio and the Front Porch Campaign

Before whistle-stop tours and crisscrossing the country, presidential candidates spoke to crowds at their own homes. Here’s how three Ohioans used the approach to win our nation’s highest office.

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Tea Time

For those who want to go beyond Earl Grey and orange spice, here are 12 fresh tastes to seek out.

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3 Amish Country Furniture-Makers

From high-end custom pieces to chairs crafted with hand tools — these three furniture-makers can help you bring one-of-a-kind creations into your home.

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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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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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Ohio Amish Country Flea Markets

From home decor and gifts to antiques and crafts, these sprawling flea markets are great places to explore.

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Chateau Tebeau Winery, Helena

Embracing their love for French wines, Mary and Bob Tebeau make guests feel right at home at their Sandusky County winery.

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Friendship Bread

Bake a batch of this fragrant treat from Amish Country.

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A Taste of the Season

Vendors at Cleveland’s beloved West Side Market fulfill special requests for holiday foods and ingredients.

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Famous Ohio Foods: Bob Evans

What had its beginnings in Gallia County has grown into a national brand that brings its namesake’s favorites to diners and home cooks alike.

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Cockeye BBQ, Warren

This small and homey spot on the city’s west side serves up slow-cooked barbecue favorites, new creations and a fun lineup of super-premium ice cream.

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Secret Ohio: League Park

Babe Ruth swatted dozens of home runs at this former home of the Cleveland Indians. Today, visitors can still walk in the footsteps of the greats.

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Ohio Amish Country Food Guide

Whether you’re searching for cheese, produce or pies to take home or looking for a full meal of authentic fare, these locations are a good place to start.

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Native Insight

Ross County offers a glimpse into the lives of those who first called Ohio home.

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A Christmas Story House & Museum, Cleveland

This Tremont neighborhood home in Cleveland gives visitors the chance to walk in Ralphie’s footsteps.

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Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival

Visit the home of the shortest and longest covered bridges in the United States.

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My Ohio: Lasting Impressions

A missing Monet highlights the things that provide form to the places we call home.

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Presidential Makeover

Revamp of Fremont's Rutherford B. Hayes home and library coincides with bicentennial celebration.

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