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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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A Bartender to Know: The Gristmill’s Brooke Rodwancy

Her Port Clinton cocktail bar offers a drink lineup featuring fresh ingredients and house-infused spirits.

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Eat at This Pizza Parlor Inside a Covered Bridge

This Ashtabula County restaurant is housed in a repurposed structure that its founder Gary Hewitt bought for $5 in 1972.

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Drink a Cocktail Inspired by George Washington

This creation from The Alcove Restaurant in downtown Mount Vernon, Ohio, honors our first commander in chief, who also owned his own whiskey distillery.

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Why Sherwood Anderson’s ‘Winesburg, Ohio’ Created an Uproar in His Hometown

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

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Seneca Caverns, Bellevue

This Northwest Ohio natural landmark was discovered in 1872 and has been a tourist attraction since 1933.

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‘Keith Haring: Against All Odds’ at Akron Art Museum

Keith Haring’s distinctive art rose from the streets of New York City to become part of popular culture as it explored subjects ranging from AIDS to apartheid.

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Accidental Art by Andrea Kay, Cincinnati

This southwest Ohio artist crafts collages to honor her favorite wonder of nature.

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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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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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‘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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Age of Steam Roundhouse Museum, Sugarcreek

This Tuscarawas County destination provides guided tours that offer a walk through the glory days of railroads.

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How to Use Six Unusual Winter Squash Varieties

Bill Holdsworth, plant breeder at Rupp Seeds in Wauseon, shares how to use six of the more unusual winter squash varieties.

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