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Erie, PA/Western NY: Summer Road Trips

If you’re heading east along Lake Erie through Pennsylvania and western New York, consider taking the slow road. Here are four towns you shouldn’t miss.

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Western PA: City & Country

Whether you want to take in a ballgame, revisit your childhood or shop with friends, here are seven western Pennsylvania attractions to get you started.

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Marking History

Marietta’s Sewah Studios connects the past to the present with its instantly recognizable signs.

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Autumn Comforts: 6 Ideas for Outdoor Spaces

Cozy up, people. Innkeepers Bobbi and Jeff Noe of The Welsh Hills Inn share how to create warm and inviting outdoor spaces this time of year.

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Wild Lives

Mona Rutger founded Back to the Wild in 1990 as a place to nurse injured animals back to health. Over the course of a year, the center is home to more than 2,500 creatures, ranging from owls to butterflies.

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Q&A: Martin Mull

After growing up in Ohio, Mull embarked on a television career that has spanned more than four decades. His new Fox series, “The Cool Kids,” premieres this month.

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Hartman Rock Garden, Springfield

During the Great Depression, Ben Hartman created a collection of interesting and idiosyncratic folk art sculptures at his Springfield home.

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Little Brown Jug, Delaware

This longstanding harness-racing tradition returns to central Ohio each September. Here’s the rundown on what you need to know before you go.

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Heritage Road Trips 2018

These four museums that celebrate Ohio’s industrial heritage offer a window into how we helped the nation grow.

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Art Takes Flight

Before John James Audubon, there was Alexander Wilson. The Toledo Museum of Art showcases its complete set of his nine-volume masterpiece in a new exhibition.

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Dayton: The Memphis Belle & More

See the legendary World War II aircraft at the National Museum of the United States Air Force and other new attractions this summer.

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Birthplace of the Banana Split

Wilmington began serving the iconic sundae more than a century ago, but the town’s claim to fame doesn’t come without a share of good-natured controversy.

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The Butler Institute of American Art Turns 100

A century ago, Joseph G. Butler Jr. opened a Youngstown museum dedicated to American artists that featured just 34 works. As the institution celebrates its centennial, its collection now numbers in the thousands.

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