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1st Down

Here’s how America’s fall obsession took its initial steps in Dayton during the autumn of 1920.

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Eat, Purr, Love

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

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Dog Days

The folks behind four high-end hot dog joints discuss their inventive versions and share how to get creative at home.

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American Dreams

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage examines how immigrants and minorities embraced baseball as a way to fit into society.

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Pizza Perfect

It’s more than just crust, sauce and toppings, says restaurateur and author Michael Shepherd.

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Image Conscious

The Cleveland Museum of Art explores Vincent van Gogh’s repetitive nature.

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Pure Imagination

The Columbus Museum of Art showcases the work of illustrators who make picture books worth looking at.

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Canton Museum of Art Hosts ‘Scrimmage’

Celebrate America’s fall game with a collection of works stretching from the Civil War to modern day.

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Ohio Ice Cream Stands

These nostalgia-packed roadside spots are sure to delight the child in all of us.

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Satchel on Stage

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park presents the dramatic tale of a king of baseball and the time in which he lived.

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Picasso’s Evolution

The Columbus Museum of Art examines how World War I led Pablo Picasso to go beyond cubism.

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Round & Round

This Sandusky museum traces the golden age of carousels and the craftsmen and styles that defined the era.

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Presidential Road Trips

Eight Ohioans held our nation’s highest office. These historic sites across the state celebrate their contributions.

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A Clear Vision

Exhibition looks Ohio native and Devo frontman Mark Mothersbaugh's inventive visual art.

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Haunting Memory

BalletMet brings "Dracula" back to life in Columbus.

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Best of Ohio 2015

As we travel across the state, we look for the unusual, the interesting and the delicious.

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Ohio State: The ’68 Season

On the 50th anniversary of Ohio State University’s legendary campaign, eight of the men who played for and coached alongside Woody Hayes recall in their own words the Buckeyes’ road to a national championship.

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Eternal Reward

The cemetery John Van Cleve founded in 1841 is the resting place of some of Dayton's famous names, including the men who pioneered aviation.

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Q&A: ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ Author J.D. Vance

The Ohio native talks about his best-selling book and how he hopes to use it as a way to improve the lives of people struggling with the same issues his family did.

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Jordan Motor Car Co.’s Famous Ad

Cleveland’s Ned Jordan ran an advertisement in 1923 that forever changed the automobile industry. It didn’t focus on price, engine size or features. It sold a feeling.

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