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Columbus: Art & Museums

From beautiful works of art to scientific discoveries to a place that honors our men and women in uniform, our capital city is packed with places to discover and learn.

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Appalachia: Outdoor Adventures

This 32-county region offers the chance to explore beautiful natural areas and historic spots across southern and eastern Ohio.

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High Style

Cincinnati exhibition highlights couture that still turns heads decades after it was designed.

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Summer Fun in Dayton

Rich history, outdoor attractions and new development make now a great time to visit.

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Best of ... Hometown Finds

We recognize our Best Hometowns 2013-2014 by spotlighting some of the discoveries made during our visits.

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102 Days + Nights of Summer: July 2018

Get some local flavor at the Taste of Akron, hang out at the Toledo Museum of Art’s annual block party, and explore the Holmes County Open Air Art Museum.

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Best Of: Best Hometowns 2017–18

We celebrate this year’s honorees by sharing some of the interesting and fun discoveries we made during our visits.

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Best Hometowns 2012

Every year, Ohio Magazine honors five communities across the state for their livability, as measured by education, parks and recreation, arts and entertainment offerings, services and, most important, citizen involvement. The 2013 Best Hometowns meet and surpass these criteria. In the following pages, you'll get a glimpse of Findlay, Gallipolis, Greenville, Grove City and Peninsula — and some of their proud residents.

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Visit the Home Where Writer James Thurber Lived

In the quiet corridors of Columbus’ 1873 Thurber House, explore the life of the noted 20th-century author and cartoonist.

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Kelly Carlin on Her Famous Father

The author of “A Carlin Home Companion: Growing up with George” discusses her dad.

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Tom Runnells Turns His Passion for Baseball Into Art

The former Major League Baseball player, manager and coach turns old baseballs into works of art.

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Schoenbrunn Village, New Philadelphia

Founded in 1772, this village in what is today Tuscarawas County was the site of Ohio’s first Christian settlement.

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Read “Ohio Indian Trails”

First published in 1933, Frank Wilcox’s “Ohio Indian Trails” gets reissue.

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Linda Renee Pottery, Bluffton

Linda Laing’s pottery line changes with the seasons, offering designs shaped by functionality and family memories.

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Memphis Belle Marks Milestone

The celebrated World War II flyer moves closer to being displayed at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton.

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Brewer Hannah Ferguson: Modern Methods Brewing Co.

After pitching in at this Warren beer-maker, Ferguson was invited to join the operation, making her the first Black female professional brewer in Ohio.

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Sarah Templeton Wilson Talks Art Appreciation

The Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum executive director shares what she loves about leading Hamilton’s one-of-a-kind destination for outdoor art.

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How One Couple Revived the Legacy of a Legendary Ohio Glassware Company

Fran Taylor shattered expectations in the mid-20th century before her story was swept away by time. David and Jason Annecy brought her Gay Fad Studios’ name and inspiration back to Lancaster.

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5 Great Brewpubs

Visit Ohio spots that have mastered craft brews and great food to go with them.

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Antique & Handmade: 4 Great Michigan Spots

Whether it’s something wonderfully vintage or beautifully handcrafted, Michigan offers a wealth of places to find that special something.

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