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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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3 Questions: Stephen Markley

The author’s acclaimed debut novel offers a contemporary take on a fictional northeast Ohio town.

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The Art of Robert McCloskey

The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts a summer exhibition of works from Hamilton native’s lovingly illustrated picture books.

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3 Questions: Piper Kerman

The Columbus resident wrote the book that inspired Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black.”

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Ohio State: The ’68 Season

On the 50th anniversary of Ohio State University’s legendary campaign, eight of the men who played for and coached alongside Woody Hayes recall in their own words the Buckeyes’ road to a national championship.

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‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern’ in Cleveland

A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibition delves into the connections between the paintings, personal style and public persona of iconic artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

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Best Hometowns 2018: New Albany

This charming community in suburban Columbus works to improve residents’ lives by focusing on health, wellness and culture.

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Celebrating Harlem in Columbus

Author Wil Haygood curates a Columbus Museum of Art exhibition offering insight into how the Harlem Renaissance reshaped American culture.

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Fall Getaways in Ohio: Day

If you have a full day for an adventure, these places offer a wealth of options for exploring.

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Laura Watilo Blake on ‘Ohio: A Photographic Journey’

The photographer and Ohio Magazine contributor discusses her book highlighting the beauty of the Buckeye State.

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Ohio Amish Country Festivals & Shows

Here’s where you can spend the day celebrating local heritage and take in a show once the sun goes down.

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‘Misery’ in Cincinnati

As Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park prepares to bring Stephen King’s chilling 1987 novel to life, we talk to those tasked with re-creating Annie Wilkes’ warped world on stage.

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The Crash of the USS Shenandoah

In September 1925, the U.S. Navy’s heralded flying machine crashed in Noble County, killing 14 crew members and becoming forever tied to this corner of Ohio.

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Ohio Beach Towns

Waterfront eats, history and fun in the sand — these four spots along the Lake Erie shore should be part of your travel plans between now and the end of summer.

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American Eats

Flavored Nation comes to Columbus this month, serving creative takes on dishes representing each of the 50 states.

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Imagination at Work

Artist and curator Dan Chudzinski brings whimsy and wonder to the world’s first collection of original artwork from children’s picture books.

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Secluded Ohio Campsites

Looking for a side of peace and quiet with your next adventure? Check out these three spots tucked deep in the Ohio wilderness.

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Buckeye Trail Towns

The Buckeye Trail touches all four corners of Ohio and covers 1,444 miles. Here are four great trail towns along its route.

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‘Ansel Adams: A Photographer’s Evolution’ in Cincinnati

This summer, the Taft Museum of Art showcases a career-spanning collection of Ansel Adams’ work.

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Michigan: Culture Cruise

Head north and and you’ll find a range of destinations that celebrate history and heritage.

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