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The Legend of Buckeye Chuck

Punxsutawney who? When it comes to weather-predicting groundhogs, the city of Marion turns to Ohio’s own resident expert.

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My Ohio: Two Men and a Map

A driving tour connects father and son to Ohio’s history and resplendent autumn landscapes.

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Topiary Park, Columbus

This Columbus attraction re-creates Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” with plants.

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Ohio Finds: William John Edmondson Painting

A member of one of our state’s famous artistic families created this autumn landscape of rolling meadows.

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‘N.C. Wyeth: New Perspectives’ in Cincinnati

The Taft Museum of Art showcases 46 varied works by American artist and illustrator N.C. Wyeth in a new exhibition.

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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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Marking History

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

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Walking Through History

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

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Ohio Pie Co., Brunswick

O-H, Pie-O! Nick Robson aims to create a style of pizza the entire Buckeye State can agree on at his Medina County pizza shop.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Retro Diners

Here’s where you can take a step back in time and enjoy a slice of Americana in a vintage setting.

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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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‘Dancing in the Light: Masterworks from the Age of American Impressionism’

The Canton Museum of Art’s new exhibition features works from museums and collections in and around Ohio.

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What To Do in Ohio: Nov. 9-16

This week, we're embracing peaceful moments outdoors as well as places that honor our veterans.

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Presidential Chef Visits Fremont

John Moeller will share stories from his time in the White House kitchen at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center.

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Roaring to Life

The Cleveland Museum of Art explores the 1920s.

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Curtain Up

You won’t want to miss a minute of these riveting shows taking center stage at PlayhouseSquare and throughout Greater Cleveland.

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1st Down

Here’s how America’s fall obsession took its initial steps in Dayton during the autumn of 1920.

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3 Questions: Jessica Strawser

The Loveland resident and Writer’s Digest editor-at-large talks with us about her second novel, Not That I Could Tell.

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Camp Sherman Memories

Thousands of soldiers trained in Ross County before shipping out to World War I battlefields. July’s Camp Sherman Days honors their contributions.

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