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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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Noble Cut Distillery Owner Tony Guilfoy Talks Cellos

Since opening in 2015, Noble Cut Distillery in Gahanna has garnered industry and customer praise. We asked founder Tony Guilfoy how the company has built its successes.

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SKT Ceramics, Cincinnati

Ceramics artist Susannah Tisue makes everyday ware meant to inspire and calm.

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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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Lithopolis Honeyfest

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

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John Glenn Blasts Off

In February 1962, all eyes turned to Ohio as the state celebrated its native son becoming the first American to orbit the Earth.

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Seth Breedlove's Search for the Unexplained

The Small Town Monsters founder and filmmaker discusses his love for exploring American myths and lore.

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Owner Betty Bollas: Fibonacci Brewing Co.

Nature and math mix deliciously at this small brewery just north of Cincinnati that grows ingredients for its beers on its urban farm.

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Fox News’ Bill Hemmer on the 2016 Presidential Race

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

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Oxford Kinetics Festival

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

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Fox in the Snow Cafe, Columbus

After opening in 2014, Lauren Culley and Jeff Excell’s home for great coffee and scratch-made pastries now has four central Ohio locations.

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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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Kenn Kaufman on Taking a Closer Look at Nature

The Oak Harbor resident is an expert in the birding world. We talked with him about the restorative and educational power of spending time outside.

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Boating, Bigfoot and Ohio’s Largest State Park

Salt Fork State Park covers more ground than any other of Ohio’s 76 state parks, and it contains plenty of history, mystery and adventure.

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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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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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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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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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Rubber City Revival

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

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