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Q&A: Lee Unkrich, Director of Disney/Pixar’s ‘Coco’

After winning an Oscar for directing “Toy Story 3,” the Ohio native returns this month with a new film.

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Monsters Inc.

Documentary filmmaker Seth Breedlove tells the stories of small-town America through elusive creatures that have become the stuff of legend.

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3 Questions: Marcie Goodman

The Cleveland International Film Festival executive director shares what goes into the city’s annual movie marathon.

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Q&A: Rock photographer Janet Macoska

We talk with the Cleveland photographer about her start, the icons she’s captured on film and the power of the still image.

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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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A Thoughtful Process

George Remington spent decades as a successful advertising photographer and film director. These days, he’s funneling the passion that drove his career into a small organic farm in Hinckley.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: The Shawshank Trail

Walk in the footsteps of Andy and Red by visiting these sites immortalized in the 1994 film “The Shawshank Redemption.”

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Q&A: Climber Conrad Anker

The famous adventurer talks about his role in ‘National Parks Adventure’

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3 Questions: Debra Winger

The Ohio native and three-time Oscar nominee returns to television with the Netflix series “The Ranch.”

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Screen Legends

Before they launched Warner Bros. Studios, Sam, Albert, Harry and Jack were just the Warner brothers, showing movies across the Mahoning Valley.

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Christmas Cheer

Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB Gun cemented Cleveland’s Public Square, Higbee’s department store and a Tremont neighborhood home in pop culture.

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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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McKinley’s Final Days

The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum delves into the legacy of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.

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Best Hometowns 2018: Medina

This community embraces its rich history in a downtown filled with visitor-friendly destinations.

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Best Hometowns 2018: Cambridge

This city celebrates its rich heritage with shops and attractions that draw visitors and bring residents together.

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Harlem Renaissance in Columbus

Our capital city celebrates the Harlem Renaissance with a variety of exhibits and performances tied to and influenced by this pivotal American era.

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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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Kentucky: Horses, Caves & Bourbon

A trip to Kentucky offers a wealth of American heritage, including beautiful horses, tasty bourbon and amazing caves.

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‘Creature Weekend’ at Salt Fork State Park

This annual fall conference in southeast Ohio delves into the theories and folklore behind monsters said to roam the land.

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