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Survivor Story

The Columbus Museum of Art features artist Esther Nisenthal Krinitz’s beautiful and haunting tapestries.

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Funky Turns 40

A new book celebrates cartoonist Tom Batiuk's groundbreaking comic strip.

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Rock Royalty

Find satisfaction in a new exhibit on the life and times of the Rolling Stones.

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The American Way

The Smithsonian Institution's new traveling exhibit chronicles journeys past and present.

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Step in Style

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

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Legacy of Love

A young woman’s masterful contribution to ornithology is a testament to family devotion.

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Bird Calling

Wood carver Laurel Dabbs continues an American folk art tradition with her beautiful duck decoys.

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Time Capsule

The Ohio History Center revisits the era of Lustron homes and offers a glimpse into 1950s America.

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A Night to Remember

The Columbus Jazz Orchestra re-creates Benny Goodman's groundbreaking 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall.

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Q&A: Musician Jim Brickman

The renowned pianist and songwriter Jim Brickman discusses his new album and growing up in Ohio.

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Rubber City Revival

From boutiques to studio galleries to restaurants — artists, artisans and chefs are reinventing downtown Akron.

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The Transformation

For eight years, the Cleveland Museum of Art underwent a metamorphosis that resulted in a new and fascinating place.

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Case Study

For more than a century, Sherlock Holmes stories have captivated readers. A COSI exhibit brings literature’s most famous detective to life.

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Motts Military Museum

Warren Motts’ collection of military artifacts in Groveport serves as a tribute to our men and women in uniform.

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Jazz Legend

Herman Leonard’s most famous photographs came from his time in New York City, after he graduated from Ohio University.

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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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Memory Gardens

From bold stone tributes to folk-art graves, our historic cemeteries offer a look into who we were and are.

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Call Him Mr. Klaus

Artist Mark Klaus has turned his passion for Dec. 25 into an attraction packed with authentic Christmas-movie memorabilia.

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Life Stories

The Cincinnati Museum Center explores the ancient world of mummies and the windows they provide into the past.

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Call to Arms

The Dayton Art Institute showcases posters that rallied support in the lead-up to World War I and World War II.

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