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Cleveland, Alan Freed and the World’s First Rock Concert

On March 21, 1952, thousands of people crowded into the Cleveland Arena for the Moondog Coronation Ball, which was expected to go on for hours. Instead, the show was shut down before the end of the first band’s set.

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Exploring Superman’s Cleveland Roots

The Cleveland Public Library hosts an exhibition that delves into the Ohio origins and cultural influence of the world’s most famous superhero.

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President McKinley’s Final Days

The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum delves into the legacy of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition with an exhibition and presentation.

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Jack Pine Studio’s Beautiful Glass Pumpkins

Southeast Ohio-based artist Jack Pine crafts these pieces in the form of one of the most recognizable symbols of the harvest season.

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Explore “¡Cuba!” at COSI in Columbus

The Center of Science and Industry delves into the vibrant culture, history and biodiversity of this Caribbean nation.

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On the Water: 5 Great Summer Events

The days of summer are hot! Cool off with these events that make a splash on our state's rivers and lakes.

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Ohio Finds: William John Edmondson Painting

A member of one of our state’s famous artistic families created this autumn landscape of rolling meadows.

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Unofficial Lego Museum

This 36,600-square-foot former school is filled with years of owner Dan Brown’s collecting obsession.

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Artistic Blueprint

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights works by Thomas Cole, a painter who went on to become one of the architects of the Ohio Statehouse.

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White House Fruit Farm’s Famous Doughnut

This Canfield farm market sold its blueberry doughnut for a decade with little fanfare. Then, sometime during the 1990s, things changed.

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‘Woodstock at 50’

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame marks the golden anniversary of “three days of peace and music” with an exhibition celebrating the most famous concert of all time.

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‘Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids: Mythic Creatures’

COSI’s new American Museum of Natural History exhibition delves into how legendary creatures have their roots in the real world.

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Favorite Son

Columbus celebrates the talent of artist George Bellows.

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White Turkey Drive-In, Conneaut

This roadside spot along the Lake Erie shore serves up a flavor of the 1950s with classic eats, root beer and more.

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Feline Historical Museum, Alliance

The northeast Ohio museum features a cat dwelling designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice.

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Ferrante Winery & Ristorante, Geneva

This winery started out on the near east side of Cleveland before becoming an Ashtabula County destination with a pedigree of winning wines.

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‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern’ in Cleveland

A new Cleveland Museum of Art exhibition delves into the connections between the paintings, personal style and public persona of iconic artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

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Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe in Columbus

Cats plus coffee equals Columbus’ newest destination for feline fans.

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Late-Season Apples to Try in October

While shopping for pumpkins, don’t forget to pick up some late-season apples. Terry Gram of Arrowhead Orchard shares how to use four varieties he grows.

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Ohio’s Ouija Board Connection

During the 19th century, our state was a hotbed of spiritualism camps and parlor seances that contributed to the creation of the famous talking board we know today.

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