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Life According To … David Giffels

The Akron author takes on the most unusual of projects: building the coffin in which he will one day be buried. Giffels shares what he learned along the way.

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High Style

Cincinnati exhibition highlights couture that still turns heads decades after it was designed.

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Dracula Reinvented

Costume designer Ray Zupp shares how the Dayton Ballet is revamping Bram Stoker’s classic character in its new show.

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Into the Wild

Cincinnati’s Miller Gallery features works by ‘National Geographic’ photographers and SeaLegacy founders Cristina Mittermeier and Paul Nicklen.

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The American Way

The Smithsonian Institution's new traveling exhibit chronicles journeys past and present.

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Author David McCullough on ‘The Wright Brothers‘

The Pulitzer Prize winner discusses his book about Orville and Wilbur Wright and how the Ohio brothers brought the airplane to the world.

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Remembering Toni Morrison

As a child growing up near the steel mills of Lorain, Toni Morrison, Nobel laureate from the “lip of Lake Erie,” learned to love — and tell — a great tale.

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Author David McCullough on ‘The Pioneers’

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian’s new book examines the lives of those who settled Marietta, the United States’ first permanent settlement in the Northwest Territory.

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Q&A: Author Paula McLain on ‘Love and Ruin’

The Ohio-based author returns to the life and loves of Ernest Hemingway in her new book.

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Q&A: Pulitzer Prize Winner Anthony Doerr

We talk with the Ohio native about “All the Light We Cannot See.”

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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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Ohio Finds: John “Okey” Canfield Wood Carving

Birds were a favorite subject for the artist, with pieces ranging from traditional folk-art carvings to more outsider works like this one.

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Top of the Pops

Conductor John Morris Russell prepares to take Cincinnati’s acclaimed ensemble to new noteworthy heights.

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3 Questions: Peter Frampton

More than 40 years after the classic album that made him a rock star, the musician talks about his time living in Cincinnati and going acoustic on his new tour.

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Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival, Gahanna

The Columbus suburb starts summer a little early with its annual music festival, set for June 14 through 16 this year.

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Bard in the Park

This Cincinnati Shakespeare Company stages free outdoor performances all summer.

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3 Questions: Kelly Carlin

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

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New Heights

The Cleveland Orchestra brings Bernard Herrmann’s score for “Vertigo” to life at Severance Hall.

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102 Days + Nights: June 2017

Witness a human-powered parade followed by a full day of family fun, shop for something special to take home at the Columbus Arts Festival and more.

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Brite Winter Festival 2016

Cleveland’s annual outdoor music fest features cool bands at outdoor venues.

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