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Wyandot Popcorn Museum, Marion

This spot celebrates the city of Marion’s role in snack history.

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102 Days + Nights: August 2017

Visit Cedar Point to see the amusement park’s new upgrades, dig into Akron’s National Hamburger Festival and more.

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The Wagnalls Memorial Library, Lithopolis

In 1923, concert pianist Mabel Wagnalls funded the construction of this library in honor of her parents.

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8 Ways to Shop Made-in-Columbus Goods

Check out these treats, spirits, beauty products and original designs that hail from our capital city.

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The Art of Robert McCloskey

The Cincinnati Art Museum hosts a summer exhibition of works from Hamilton native’s lovingly illustrated picture books.

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‘Alice Schille Watercolor Miniatures’ in Canton

The Canton Museum of Art presents a collection of small-scale works the Columbus artist created during her travels around the world.

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The Election of 1920

The race introduced the world to Franklin D. Roosevelt and marked the last time an Ohioan won the White House.

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How Hollywood’s Warner Brothers Got Their Start in Ohio

Before they launched Warner Bros. Studios, Sam, Albert, Harry and Jack were just the Warner brothers, showing movies across the Mahoning Valley.

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Main Street Shopping: Medina

Explore Medina Farmers Exchange, browse beautiful creations at Polish Pottery and get in the Christmas spirit at Castle Noel all year round.

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Amish Country Furniture-Makers

Visit four stores where locally handcrafted pieces draw customers looking for that special addition to their home.

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Jamey Haddad on the Power of Drumming

The Oberlin Conservatory of Music professor discusses playing with Paul Simon, teaching and improvisation.

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Samantha Gibb Talks the Bee Gees and a Family Legacy

The singer-songwriter and Ohioan shares the story behind the Bee Gees tribute album honoring her father and uncles.

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Follow-Up With ’True Raiders‘ Author Brad Ricca

The Cleveland-based author’s new book delves into the details behind a real-life 1909 expedition to find the Ark of the Covenant.

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Nate Ebner on the Importance of Family in His Sports Career

The Dublin native, Ohio State standout and NFL veteran’s new book shares how his father shaped his personal journey through athletics and life.

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Broadway Star Ashley Brown on Living Her Dream

The woman who first brought Mary Poppins to life on Broadway talks auditions, “The Sound of Music” and more.

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Roaring to Life

The Cleveland Museum of Art explores the 1920s.

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Storied Lodgings

Across the state there are inns and hotels with colorful histories, including these.

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Summer Idyll

Cincinnati Art Museum pays homage to the season with paintings by Edward Henry Potthast.

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How ‘Hang On Sloopy’ Became Ohio’s Anthem

The McCoys’ 1965 hit is our state’s official rock song and a staple of halftime shows and sports-arena singalongs. Here’s how in the O-H-I-O that all happened.

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Revisiting Ohio’s Bygone Department Stores

Department stores once ruled the retail landscape with their wealth of offerings and festive approaches to the holidays. These four are long closed, but the memories of them still burn brightly.

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