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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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America’s Largest Outdoor Chandelier

Cleveland’s dazzling Theater District landmark features more than 4,200 acrylic crystals.

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Burdick Custom Flags, Seven Hills

Woodworker and Navy veteran Joe Burdick crafts wooden versions of the American flag at his home workshop.

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‘Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men’ in Cincinnati

This Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition examines the fate of works recovered after World War II.

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Kingwood Center Gardens Gets Makeover

The estate of Charles Kelley King will now be open to visitors year-round with the addition of a new visitors’ center complete with a gallery, greenhouse and Buehler’s Fresh Foods cafe.

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Ohio Wine Month: 12 Wineries for Tastings, Events & More

Whether you’re looking for dinners, classes, tours or special events, these offerings across the state are just a sip of what Ohio’s wineries have to offer.

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West Virginia: 6 Food-and-Drink Spots

When traveling through West Virginia, make sure these popular stops along the Ohio border are part of your plans.

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The Macaron Tea Room, Broadview Heights

Alla Yakimiv grew up baking for church events and family functions. Today, she serves a beautiful array of pastries at her suburban Cleveland tearoom.

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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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Cool Creations: 3 Ohio Ice Festivals

Embrace winter at these ice festivals offering scenic walks, hot cocoa and beautiful works of frozen art.

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The Smithery Jewelry, Columbus

This Columbus duo runs a shop and studio to offer handcrafted jewelry and other gifts, as well as workshops for couples to create one-of-a-kind wedding rings.

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3 Ohio Castles You Can Visit

These beautiful structures across Ohio offer a window into history and the chance to walk among the elegance and grandeur of an earlier age.

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Connie Schultz on ‘The Daughters of Erietown’

The author and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist’s debut novel delves into the dreams and realities of working-class families.

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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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