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Best Hometowns

Ohio Magazine's annual Best Hometowns section features the best places in Ohio to live, work and play.

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Leading Lady

Annie Oakley was born in Darke County in 1860. Broadway and television have offered simplified takes on the life of the famous sharpshooter, but the story of the real woman is an inspiring tale of ingenuity and independence.

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3 Questions: Tim Ryan

Niles native Tim Ryan was elected to Congress in 2003. In April, he announced he is seeking his party’s nomination for president.

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Q&A: Author David McCullough

The Pulitzer Prize winner discusses his book about Orville and Wilbur Wright.

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National Treasure

In 1958, Robert Heft designed a 50-star American flag for a high school project. The rest is history.

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Amish Country Road Trips: Geauga & Trumbull Counties

Although the Amish communities of Geauga and Trumbull counties may not be as well known statewide as those located to the south of them, they attract those who seek a taste of country living just a short drive from the city. Rothenbühler Cheese Chalet offers the chance to buy Middlefield’s famous Swiss cheese, while End of the Commons General Store churns out fry pies daily. Both are must-visit destinations when exploring this corner of rural Ohio.

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Cuyahoga50 in Cleveland

Half a century after the city of Cleveland’s now-famous river fire made national news, this organization celebrates the environmentally minded thinking the blaze ignited.

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Kids Adventures: Camps & Classes

Kids can learn to sail in Sandusky, work toward their Junior Ranger badge or patch at Cuyahoga Valley National Park and more.

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Photographer & Writer Guidelines | Ohio Magazine

Guidelines on freelance photography and writing.

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Kids Adventures: Animals

Go on safari at the Wagon Trails Animal Park in Trumbull County, the African Safari Wildlife Park in Port Clinton and more.

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‘Creature Weekend’ at Salt Fork State Park

This annual fall conference in southeast Ohio delves into the theories and folklore behind monsters said to roam the land.

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Blooms & Butterflies

Make a spring escape to a tropical haven at Franklin Park Conservatory.

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Inside the Lines

The Westerville Public Library stocks up on coloring books for adults.

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Flowers & Bread Blooms in Columbus

This Columbus shop offers a mix of wonderful scents and delicious flavors, as well as classes on a range of culinary and floral topics that’ll help you bring such artistry into your own home.

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Hocking Hills Adventures

If you’re looking to soar, paddle and climb this spring, these southeast Ohio outfitters can help you embrace the call of the wild.

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Country Sights, City Lights

Western Pennsylvania caters to a range of tastes, whether you want to explore rural living or downtown destinations.

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Star Power

The Cincinnati Observatory Center commemorates the evening in 1845 when Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel looked to the heavens.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Night Skies

Head to one of these observatories and astronomy parks to take a deeper look into the heavens above.

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