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Ulysses S. Grant’s 120th Birthday Celebration

In the spring of 1942, residents of Point Pleasant joined the Boy Scouts of America and the Sons of the American Revolution to recognize the life of Ohio native Ulysses S. Grant.

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Visit this Tiny Roadside Church on Ohio Route 33

The Healing Chapel in the Athens County village of Coolville started as a labor of love and continues as a place of quiet meditation and prayer for travelers.

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​Cleveland Museum of Natural History Has Bold New Look

The beloved University Circle attraction’s new Visitor Hall previews the wonders to come when the institution’s full renovation is complete.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Visits Ohio University

From Dec. 27, 1959, to Jan. 2, 1960, more than 3,600 college students gathered to consider a variety of modern topics from a Christian perspective.

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Gospel Hill Lighthouse, Warsaw

Visit the world's largest working inland lighthouse in Coshocton County.

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4 Cozy Cottages in Ohio to Stay at this Winter

Our state has so many places to make a getaway as the snow flies. You’ll love these four spots.

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The Junto Brings New Hotel Experience to Columbus

Located on Columbus’ Scioto Peninsula, this modern spot offers an inviting space that is unlike any other you are likely to encounter in our capital city.

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Seek-No-Further Cidery, Granville

This cider-making operation offers a core lineup of flavorful cider varieties as well as a cozy and inviting place to hang out.

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The Day the Chicago Cubs Played in Marion, Ohio

In September 1920, the Major League ballclub visited to face off against the hometown team of presidential candidate Warren G. Harding.

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Ohio Finds: Squirrel Hunters Discharge Papers

After more than 15,000 civilians assembled in Cincinnati to defend the city against Confederate forces, Ohio Gov. David Tod recognized them for their service.

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Ohio Finds: Seymour Lindsey Paper Cutout

This framed paper cutting depicts an outdoor scene that includes a woman plucking peacock feathers.

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‘It’s an Honor to Be Here’ at Decorative Arts Center of Ohio

This exhibition in Lancaster features work by more than 40 artists and features pieces that reflect the biodiversity and beauty of our state.

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Live Well Ohio: June 2021

Doctors share advice for protecting your skin from the sun’s rays and how to safeguard yourself against the itches and ouches waiting for you in the woods.

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How to Make Peppermint Oreo Truffles

Karma Decker’s West Chester shop, Karma in the Kitchen, is all about sweets. She even shares what she’s learned, including this recipe.

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Cardboard Boat Museum, New Richmond

Some of the most memorable participants in New Richmond’s annual Cardboard Boat Regatta are immortalized in a former gas station.

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ASM International’s Geodesic Dome, Novelty

Honeycomb-like dome features 13 miles of connected metal tubing.

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Passenger Pigeon Memorial, Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden pays tribute to the last of a species.

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Erie and Anchor, Vermilion

Micah Roberts’ stylish line of clothing and accessories celebrates our Great Lake with a portion of sales going to help keep it clean.

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Fig & Oak, Ashland

Julie and John Mitchell’s store sells products from philanthropy-focused businesses and donates a portion of its own sales to good causes.

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See “Modern Women/Modern Vision” at the Taft Museum of Art

A photography exhibition on display in Cincinnati through Sept. 10 features around 100 works by groundbreaking women artists in the medium.

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