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5 Ohio Antiques Superstores for Great Vintage Finds

Whether you’re looking for century-old antiques or toys from your childhood, these spots are great places to get lost for an afternoon.

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My Ohio: Ringing True

The Salvation Army’s red donation kettles offer a look into the nature of generosity and hope.

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Best Hometowns 2013–2014: Gahanna

Gahanna provides a relaxing way of life just outside of Columbus.

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Best Hometowns 2015–2016: Huron

Located along Lake Erie, this town offers waterfront living and landmark attractions.

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Best Hometowns 2015–2016: Hudson

With a long and rich history, this town celebrates its past while embracing new development.

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Best Hometowns 2015–2016: Powell

Family-focused living and outstanding schools are hallmarks of this Columbus suburb.

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Have a Pop-Up Wedding in Our National Park

The Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Haus of Cool have teamed to offer small-scale ceremonies for an intimate wedding.

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Best Hometowns 2023: Celina

Located along Grand Lake St. Marys, this agricultural area of Ohio embraces its shore-town appeal with waterfront development and downtown businesses that cater to residents and travelers alike.

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Revisiting Ohio’s Bygone Department Stores

Department stores once ruled the retail landscape with their wealth of offerings and festive approaches to the holidays. These four are long closed, but the memories of them still burn brightly.

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Explore the Arts in Toledo

The Glass City is alive with creativity year-round, but spring and summer offer a perfect time to check out performing and visual art, from concert halls to public parks.

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Best of the Best Hometowns 2014–15

We celebrate our 2014–2015 honorees by sharing some of the discoveries we made during our visits.

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Author Douglas Brinkley on Writing and Preserving History

The former Perrysburg resident talks FDR, conservation and his love for history.

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How an Ohioan Created an International Star Trek Fan Club

When “Star Trek” fan Russ Haslage set out to launch a fan club for his favorite science fiction franchise, he turned to the show’s creator. Decades later, the International Federation of Trekkers has chapters around the globe and a headquarters in Ohio.

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How Chef Avishar Barua’s Mom Helped Shape Joya’s

The Columbus restaurateur, whom many of us first met on “Top Chef” season 18, named his Worthington spot after his mother and borrowed inspiration from her when crafting his menu.

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How Tony Packo’s Made the Hungarian Hot Dog Famous

When the Toledo restaurant celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2017, Tony Packo Jr. welcomed us into the original location for a bite to eat and a look back through the landmark eatery’s storied history.

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Actress Julie Hagerty on Becoming Disney’s Mrs. Claus

The Cincinnati native gained fame for her role in the 1980 hit comedy “Airplane!” You can see her as mrs. Claus in the Disney+ film “Noelle.”

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Hanif Abdurraqib Shares How Columbus Shaped His Writing

The poet and essayist discusses how his hometown helped him on his literary journey and talks about staying focused in the face of success.

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‘Chopped’ Host Ted Allen Talks Competitive Cooking

The Ohio native discusses cooking, Columbus and putting together a winning Valentine’s Day dinner.

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Maggie Smith on the Power of Poetry

The Bexley resident’s poem “Good Bones” gained worldwide fame for providing comfort in troubling times. We talked with her about the power of poetry.

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Jeff Richmond on ‘Mean Girls’ and Musical Theater

The “Mean Girls” composer discusses growing up in Ohio, his theater influences and working with wife Tina Fey.

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