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3 Questions: Peter Frampton

More than 40 years after the classic album that made him a rock star, the musician talks about his time living in Cincinnati and going acoustic on his new tour.

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Chicken and Waffles

Steve Schimoler, owner and chef at Crop Bistro & Bar in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood, has made maple syrup an integral part of a more elaborate offering: his version of chicken and waffles.

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World's Largest Matchstick

Wadsworth’s Ohio Match Co. began making its famous blue-tipped wooden matches in 1895. It went out of business in 1987, but the company’s legacy lives on

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The Futuro House

This short-lived design for a space-age abode lives on in Carlisle, Ohio.

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Campus Superstitions

Universities may be all about higher learning, but students still engage in some well-worn rituals (you know, just in case). Here are some our favorites from Ohio colleges.

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Best Of: Readers’ Picks 2017

The votes are in, the ballots are tallied, and we’re ready to share our 2017 Best of Ohio readers’ picks.

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2014 Best of Ohio Readers' Ballot

We asked our readers and website visitors to vote for their favorites throughout the state in 50 categories.

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Best Of Ohio 2018

Discover new finds and learn about reader favorites in our roundup of the interesting, the unusual and the just plain fun.

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Best of Ohio 2016

We’ve once again searched the state for new finds and time-tested favorites. Plus, the votes are in for our readers’ ballot categories.

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My Ohio: River Rat

The Ohio River makes an indelible impression on those who grow up along its banks.

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The Free Stamp, Cleveland

After getting rejected twice, a now-iconic piece of public art found a home in Willard Park in 1991.

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Cardboard Boat Museum

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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The Crash of the USS Shenandoah

In September 1925, the U.S. Navy’s heralded flying machine crashed in Noble County, killing 14 crew members and becoming forever tied to this corner of Ohio.

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My Ohio: Wild Reminder

A column of frozen water serves as a lesson in the unpredictability of nature.

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Ohio Ice Cream Stands

These nostalgia-packed roadside spots are sure to delight the child in all of us.

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Smolen-Gulf Covered Bridge, Ashtabula

This 613-foot span holds the distinction of being the longest covered bridge in the United States.

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Laurentia Vineyard & Winery

This vineyard in northeast Ohio’s Grand River Valley region embodies the feel of a rustic hunting lodge.

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Freeze Fame

In the winter of 1982, the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers clashed beside the Ohio River in an AFC Championship matchup that remains one of the coldest NFL games ever.

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The Model Soldier

Col. Charles Young, raised in the Ohio River town of Ripley, was a military leader, diplomat and scholar.

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Ohio’s Frank Lloyd Wright Homes

We visited dwellings in Springfield, Oberlin and Willoughby Hills designed by the architect. Here’s how you can, too.

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