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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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Singular Style

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

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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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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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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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Akron: Shop, Eat & See

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

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HighBall Halloween Celebrates 10 Years

Fashion is always on display in Columbus, but HighBall is one of its biggest weekends.

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Mind Games

The Cleveland Museum of Art hosts a photography exhibition that explores the secrets of the psyche.

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Best Of: Best Hometowns 2017–18

We celebrate this year’s honorees by sharing some of the interesting and fun discoveries we made during our visits.

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Sunny Faces

You can't help but smile at the sight of a field of sunflowers. Buy or pick a bouquet and find inspiration for your garden.

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Secrets of the Ohio Statehouse

The seat of our state government is filled with beautiful touches and hidden bits of history that can be discovered by way of daily tours.

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Things to do in Ohio this Weekend: Feb. 14-16

Rock back to the ’50s in Cincinnati, enjoy a romantic walk in the Hocking Hills and don’t miss the ballet that brings two children's books to life in Columbus.

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Power Chords

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit examines how music shaped attitudes about peace, equality and freedom.

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Akron & Summit County: Shopping Season

A trip to Summit County this month offers a range of options, whether you’re looking for national brands, vintage finds or thoughtfully handcrafted pieces of art.

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The Trailblazer: Col. Charles Young

Charles Young was the most highly decorated African-American military officer of his time, the first black U.S. National Park superintendent and a professor at Ohio’s Wilberforce University.

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Case Study

For more than a century, Sherlock Holmes stories have captivated readers. A COSI exhibit brings literature’s most famous detective to life.

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Grape Expectations

If you’re looking to sip the bounty of Ohio’s wineries, these four festivals are a great place to begin.

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Pinball Wizards

The 20th century’s longest-lasting arcade game thrives in Cleveland thanks to three artists.

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History Hits Home

Ohio commemorates its ties to the Civil War.

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