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Hocking Hills Orchard, Logan

Visitors to Derek Mills’ orchard get a wide-ranging history lesson that’s a lot sweeter than what we learned in school.

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3 Questions: Jay Crawford

Sandusky native, sports broadcaster and ESPN alum Jay Crawford discusses coming home to his alma mater, Bowling Green State University.

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Fall Family Fun at Fleitz Pumpkin Farm

Hayrides and corn mazes are just the start of Paul Fleitz’s fall destination in Oregon, Ohio, that focuses on kids and contributions from his own family.

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3 Questions: Paul Daugherty

Retired Cincinnati Enquirer columnist Paul Daugherty talks about his 34 years covering sports.

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The Birder: Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.

Chuck Slusarczyk Jr. has been watching birds in Cleveland his entire life. In early 2021, a photograph he captured there resulted in a surprising discovery.

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3 Questions: Tim Ryan

Niles native Tim Ryan was elected to Congress in 2003. In April, he announced he is seeking his party’s nomination for president.

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Mountain Aeries

Admire the views from West Virginia’s elegant, historic inns.

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Best Hometowns 2012: Findlay

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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Step in Style

Hand-carved walking sticks are useful and beautiful folk art.

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3 Questions: Monica Potter

The actress and Cleveland native talks about reclaiming her childhood home in HGTV series.

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Made in the Mountains

Visitors will find West Virginia’s heritage of fine crafts on display throughout the state.

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Visit 5 Underground Railroad Sites in Ohio

Walk in the footsteps of history at these five properties across the state that helped guide freedom seekers north to Canada.

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How to Use Four Squash Varieties

D.R. Walcher Farms owner Ken Holthouse shares how to prepare four varieties he loves.

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Barberton Mum Festival

This northeast Ohio tradition draws a 50,000-person crowd to see its colorful chrysanthemum varieties.

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23rd Annual Dandelion Festival

Breitenbach Wine Cellars celebrates spring's most beautiful weed.

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Holey Toledough Doughnuts

Chris Ritter's Toledo bakery goes big with doughnuts.

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Benny & Babe, Marietta

Food truck founders Ben and Amy Postlethwait took over a historic downtown Marietta property to create Benny & Babe.

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Rivertown Inkery & Apparel, Cincinnati

Doug Burns celebrates the Queen City’s past and present with designs he hopes customers will enjoy for years to come.

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How Ohio’s Back to the Wild Refuge Saves Animals

Mona Rutger founded Back to the Wild in 1990 as a place to nurse injured animals back to health. Over the course of a year, the center is home to more than 2,500 creatures, ranging from owls to butterflies.

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'Mort Künstler: ‘The Godfather’ of Pulp Fiction Illustrators' at the Canton Museum of Art

Mort Künstler's adventurous art accompanied stories that were published in magazines, weeklies and paperbacks during the 1950s and '60s. See more than 70 of his original works at the Canton Museum of Art.

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