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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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Spring Tradition

The annual White House Easter Egg Roll dates back to Ohioan Rutherford B. Hayes’ time in office.

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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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Wildflower Wonders

One of Ohio's greatest assets is its diverse natural areas and the flowers that thrive in them.

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Best Hometowns 2014–2015: Westerville

This suburban college town near Columbus offers a flourishing sense of community.

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3 Questions: Phil Mattingly

As Ohioans prepare to vote on key national and statewide races this month, we talk with the CNN correspondent and Toledo native.

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Quilts, Squared

What started as one small painting on a barn in Adams County has multiplied into an international art project, all started by one woman to honor her mother and her Appalachian heritage.

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3 Questions: Piper Kerman

The Columbus resident wrote the book that inspired Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black.”

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Best Hometowns 2013–2014: Gahanna

Gahanna provides a relaxing way of life just outside of Columbus.

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National Treasure

In 1958, Robert Heft designed a 50-star American flag for a high school project. The rest is history.

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Camp Sherman Memories

Thousands of soldiers trained in Ross County before shipping out to World War I battlefields. July’s Camp Sherman Days honors their contributions.

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Why I Sail

Christine Rice has always been drawn to sailing. In her own words, she discusses the allure of teamwork, concentration and open water.

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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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Harvesting Hope

Jazmyn Benjamin teaches kids in Columbus’ Hilltop neighborhood how to grow fruits and vegetables. On a nearly half-acre parcel of land, she’s helping shape their family mealtimes and their futures.

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Live Well: June 2015

Working outside in your yard can have real health benefits.

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Presidents Day

Beverly Warren, Jim Tressel and Scott Scarborough each took the helm of one of Ohio’s state universities this fall.

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Santa’s Helpers

Dan and Linda Downs’ farm in rural Marion County is home to Toto, Comet, Tinsel and six other reindeer.

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Science for Everyone

Stone Laboratory welcomes scientists, students and anyone interested in learning about freshwater problems and solutions.

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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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Monsters Inc.

Documentary filmmaker Seth Breedlove tells the stories of small-town America through elusive creatures that have become the stuff of legend.

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