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History on Tap

Cincinnati’s Bockfest turns 25 this year, offering beer lovers a taste of the city’s storied brewing past.

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Fans of Flight

Aviation-loving volunteers and staff bring the history and joy of flying to museum visitors.

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How Kenyon College Preserved Its Rural Feel

Since 1824, the school has been located in the quiet of the countryside. For two decades, the Philander Chase Conservancy has been working to keep it that way.

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Walkie Talkie Espresso & Coffee, Canton

This adorable orange and white shop in the city’s Logan neighborhood serves delicious coffee along with locally made scones and cookies.

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A Special Feast

Fresh-from-the farm ingredients make this Thanksgiving meal extra delicious.

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Our Great Lake: History Lessons

Visit the monument that pays tribute to Oliver Hazard Perry’s pivotal victory during the War of 1812 to museums that trace the history of life and industry along our shoreline.

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Best Hometowns 2012: Gallipolis

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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3 Questions: Lawrence Witmer

The Ohio University professor discusses how studying the biological structures of modern animals helps him interpret the evolution of dinosaurs.

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Great Ohio Road Trips

Make your travel plans with our guide to 46 stops for adventure, food, beauty, history and more.

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Paul Brown Museum, Massillon

Paul Brown’s contributions to the game of football are legendary. The Massillon Museum pays tribute to the iconic coach and innovator with a wing dedicated to his life and legacy.

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Rutherford B. Hayes Statue, Delaware

Our 19th president was born in this central-Ohio community, but until 2019 you might not have noticed. Today, a downtown statue commemorates his life and service.

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Q&A: Author Douglas Brinkley

The former Perrysburg resident talks FDR, conservation and his love for history

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Old Soul Studio, Chillicothe

Allison Meade scours junkyards and shops to find discarded car parts for her art.

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Western PA: Festivals & Events

Pittsburgh and the western Pennsylvania countryside have a great lineup of summer happenings.

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Rolling Along

Ohio’s famous Duck Tape brand celebrates the amazing things that can be made with it at festival.

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Cartridge Brewing, Maineville

This spot offers an oasis where you can fuel up along the Little Miami Scenic Trail, but it’s also a destination worthy of seeking out on its own.

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‘Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men’ in Cincinnati

This Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition examines the fate of works recovered after World War II.

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Food Road Trips: Historic Spots

These places celebrate the people and ways of living from days gone by. Here’s where to grab a bite when you visit.

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Western PA: City & Country

Whether you want to take in a ballgame, revisit your childhood or shop with friends, here are seven western Pennsylvania attractions to get you started.

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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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