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‘Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors’ in Cleveland

The exhibition that has dazzled art lovers in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Seattle comes to the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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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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East Meets West

The Taft Museum of Art examines how artists captured westward expansion and the maturing of a young nation.

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Spring Arts Preview: Parade the Circle

The Cleveland Museum of Art's signature summer event returns with color, music and art for all ages.

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Travel Through Time at the Ohio History Center

This museum outside downtown Columbus is the keeper of our state’s history and heritage, with a vast collection that offers insight into who we are.

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Faces of the Heartland

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights Ohioan James R. Hopkins’ innovative early 20th-century paintings depicting the Cumberland mountaineers of Kentucky.

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Spring Arts Preview 2019

We highlight 14 exhibitions, shows and festivals that offer a look at all the season has to offer.

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102 Days & Nights of Summer (2016)

The Buckeye State provides plenty of ways to fill your calendar.

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Still Lifes: Artist Jason Morgan

A Springfield Museum of Art exhibition showcases the painter’s alluring and mysterious works.

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‘Triceracopter’ and ‘Self-Portrait’

Patricia Renick’s artistic legacy resides in the University of Cincinnati’s Walter C. Langsam Library.

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Rooted in Love

Ginseng has been used in potions for centuries. Today, the mysterious plant, which is native to Ohio, remains a hot commodity.

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Heart Rendering

The Butler Institute of American Art presents the postcard-perfect world of Currier & Ives.

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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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The Butler Institute of American Art at 100

In 1919, Joseph G. Butler Jr. opened a Youngstown museum dedicated to American artists. Its collection now numbers in the thousands.

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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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Singular Style

The Toledo Museum of Art explores Manet's gift for portraiture.

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Best Of: Editors’ Picks 2017

Here are this year’s picks for the best places to visit, things to experience and memories to make.

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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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Akron: Shop, Eat & See

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

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102 Days & Nights of Summer: July 2019

Visit Columbus for Red, White & Boom, make new finds at Fossil Park in Sylvania, and celebrate Ohioan and astronaut Neil Armstrong in Wapakoneta.

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