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

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Keeping the Faith

Sandusky native Jay Cooke helped finance this tiny wooden church at Put-in-Bay more than 150 years ago.

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The Marathon Men

In 1931, the U.S. Open at Toledo's Inverness Club finished with an epic ending that has never been repeated.

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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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The Revival

Over-the-Rhine is one of the most intact 19th-century urban historic districts in the nation. Here’s how Cincinnati saved it.

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Amusement Park Memories

Here’s how dedicated devotees are keeping alive the spirit of three of Ohio’s bygone amusement parks.

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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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Best Hometowns 2012

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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Best Hometowns 2012: Greenville

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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Work of Faith

Nick America has spent his life repairing church steeples and bell towers across the nation.

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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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Sweet Memories

Historical Society remakes historic headquarters of Youngstown ice cream innovator Harry Burt

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Memphis Belle Marks Milestone

The celebrated World War II flyer moves closer to being displayed at the National Museum of the United States Air Force near Dayton.

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Ohio's Best Hometowns 2010

For Ohio Magazine’s fifth annual celebration of the state’s best hometowns, the editors researched a host of worthy nominees. On the following pages, you’ll learn more about the educational achievements, arts and culture, historic preservation, city services and business climate of this year’s honored communities: Medina, Urbana, Wapakoneta, Worthington and Zanesville.

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Best Hometowns 2016-17

From civic pride to historic preservation to beautiful neighborhoods, these communities make us proud to call Ohio home.

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Vine Finds

From sprawling vineyards to boutique producers, we’ll give you a flavor for our state’s wine regions.

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Sip. Relax. Repeat.

Visit three charming vineyards that offer beautiful views, great wines and welcoming spaces.

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Appalachian Artistry

Four traditional artists share the stories behind their work.

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Wine & Dine

Plan a stop at these fine-dining spots on your tour of Ohio’s vineyards.

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Heritage Road Trips 2018

These four museums that celebrate Ohio’s industrial heritage offer a window into how we helped the nation grow.

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