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Family Matters

A trip to Butler County promises fun the entire household can share in together. Here are six stops to get you started.

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Game Changer

“The Art of Video Games” comes to Toledo, taking visitors from “Pac-Man” era to today’s immersive and enthralling digital worlds.

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On a Roll

Head to Michigan, and you’ll find events that celebrate putting the pedal (or pedals) down.

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The Revival

Over-the-Rhine is one of the most intact 19th-century urban historic districts in the nation. Here’s how Cincinnati saved it.

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Cultural Exchange

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History examines how the 4,600-mile Silk Road spread new ideas across the ancient world.

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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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Summer Fun in Youngstown

From upgrades at Youngstown’s kid-focused science center to an upstart vineyard at Pine Lake, check out these Mahoning Valley attractions.

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Akron Beer Sampler

The Summit Brew Path invites travelers to explore 14 area breweries that offer a flavor of our state’s booming craft beer scene.

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Tortilla Trip

Enjoy $2 eats on the Cincinnati riverfront as restaurants vie for the title of top taco.

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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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Made in Columbus: 8 Great Finds

From a vintage letterpress shop to a restaurant founded by a distillery, these spots offer a glimpse of our capital city’s wealth of handcrafted goods.

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How Artists Shaped Dayton

An ongoing Dayton History exhibition focuses on 14 people who merged industry and art.

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Find Over Matter

Collectors Mike Schario and Jesse Brown track down cherished mementos that their clients never expected to see again.

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First Impressions

Prior to the rise of Monet and Renoir, painter Charles-François Daubigny made use of vibrant colors and new vantage points. Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art premieres an exhibition of his works this month.

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Akron: Shop, Eat & See

Vintage finds, great art and a rock ’n’ roll spirit make downtown Akron a worthy destination.

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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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Great Ohio Road Trips: Literary Tour

Learn about our literary masters at these destinations that celebrate the lives of great Ohio writers.

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Toledo’s Downtown Renaissance

Ever since the Mud Hens moved to Fifth Third Field, the city has seen a reinvestment surge, including new projects set to open soon.

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History on Tap

Cincinnati’s Bockfest turns 25 this year, offering beer lovers a taste of the city’s storied brewing past.

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Words to Grow By

Gene Logsdon was both philosopher and farmer, writing more than two dozen books and countless columns during his long career. Here, we share wisdom from his final book, ‘Letter to a Young Farmer’

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