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Live Well: February 2017

Learn about the work going on at three leading Ohio heart centers.

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Ohio Stargazing Guide

Here’s where to go and who can help you attain breathtaking views of the heavens above.

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Crime Scenes

P.L. Gaus pens mysteries set in Ohio’s Amish and Mennonite communities.

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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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My Ohio: Ripple Effects

Over the years, Tinkers Creek, at turns a raging torrent and timid playground, has been abused, but restoration efforts are offering hope for its renewal.

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My Ohio: Respect the Book

A writer’s reverence for the printed page began with a crumpled library card and the admonishment of a stern librarian.

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A Different Look

The Columbus Museum of Art showcases the eclectic works of Mark Rothko.

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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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Farm to Glass: Bent Ladder

Matt Vodraska makes handcrafted hard ciders using both modern apples and heirloom varieties that date back centuries. You can try them at his cidery’s tasting room in Doylestown.

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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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Remembering John Glenn

As the world remembers the first American to orbit the Earth, we revisit our last interview with New Concord's native son.

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Heaven in a Cone

When the temperature soars, we crave ice cream, in all its sweet, frozen glory.

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Baking an Aria

When a cold ended Jonas Laughlin’s opera career, he found solace in baking. At his Columbus patisserie, he creates odes to European and Southern pastries.

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Ohio’s National Park Service Sites

From the wilds of the Cuyahoga Valley to the field where the Wright brothers flew, here’s where you can experience America’s story.

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‘A Mile and a Half of Lines: The Art of James Thurber’

A Columbus Museum of Art exhibition examines how native son James Thurber changed the face of American cartooning during the first half of the 20th century.

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Beyond the Tour

Universities are embracing ways to answer prospective students’ questions and make them feel at home.

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Toledo: Natural Getaways

From the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium’s new natural history museum to the Maumee River Water Trail, check out these Glass City attractions.

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‘Paris 1900: City of Entertainment’

Turn-of-the-20th-century Paris offered a glimpse of a new and changing world. The Cincinnati Art Museum highlights the era with an exhibition organized by the Petit Palais Museum of Fine Arts.

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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. His life of service inspired generations to follow.

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Art Takes Flight

Before John James Audubon, there was Alexander Wilson. The Toledo Museum of Art showcases its complete set of his nine-volume masterpiece in a new exhibition.

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