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Butterfly House, Put-in-Bay

From May until mid-October, a multitude of butterflies float through this 4,000-square-foot attraction on South Bass Island.

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Oktoberfest Zinzinnati

Cincinnati celebrates its German heritage every September with a huge festival. Here are three reasons why it is the largest celebration of its kind in North America.

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Rebecca’s Bistro, Walnut Creek

Rebecca Miller’s restaurant is one of the less traditional you’ll discover in Ohio’s Amish Country, but its farm-fresh approach is one you won’t want to miss.

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D-Day Conneaut

The annual event draws World War II re-enactors, veterans and thousands of spectators to the Lake Erie shore each summer.

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The Revival

Over-the-Rhine is one of the most intact 19th-century urban historic districts in the nation. Here’s how Cincinnati saved it.

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Allison’s Mini Golf, Geneva-on-the-Lake

This landmark along the Lake Erie shore has roots that stretch back to 1924 and bills itself as America's oldest continually operating miniature golf course.

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National Veterans Memorial and Museum, Columbus

Our capital city’s new attraction offers poignant glimpses of life on and off the battlefield.

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Hyggelight Candles, Toledo

Chris and Cyndi Hileman craft candles that live on in a new way long after the flame is gone.

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3 Questions: Piper Kerman

The Columbus resident wrote the book that inspired Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black.”

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3 Questions: Kelly Carlin

The daughter of legendary comedian George Carlin discusses her famous dad.

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3 Questions: Actor Joel Grey

The Ohio native returns to help the Cleveland Play House celebrate a milestone.

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Lithopolis Honeyfest

Bee beards, observation hives and honey bake-offs make for a fun (and educational) event.

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3 Questions: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer

The Cincinnati native Bill Hemmer returns to Ohio to moderate a GOP candidate forum prior to this month’s Republican presidential primary debate in Cleveland.

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Rubber City Revival

From boutiques to studio galleries to restaurants — artists, artisans and chefs are reinventing downtown Akron.

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Trail Blazers

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

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Dickinson Cattle Co.

Darol Dickinson offers bus tours that provide his guests a closer look at his Barnesville ranch’s Texas longhorn cattle.

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Oxford Kinetics Festival

The annual event celebrates wild and imaginative human-powered machines.

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Pick Your Poison

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History showcases the role toxins play in nature, myths and modern society.

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3 Questions: James Renner

Renner is drawn to strange and mysterious crimes, and his newest book delves into one very unusual disappearance.

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Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial

The 352-foot-tall Doric column rising from South Bass Island pays tribute to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry.

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