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How Two Collectors Are Helping Others Find Treasures

Collectors Mike Schario and Jesse Brown track down cherished mementos that their clients never expected to see again.

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Cincinnati’s ‘Holiday Pops’

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra welcomes special guests and brings new versions of familiar favorites to the Music Hall stage.

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‘Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak’ in Columbus

The Columbus Museum of Art and The Maurice Sendak Foundation partner for a retrospective of works by the author and artist who gave us Where the Wild Things Are.

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BalletMet Presents ‘Dracula’

As this annual Columbus fall tradition returns Oct. 28 through Nov. 5, BalletMet artistic director Edwaard Liang talks with us about its ongoing appeal with audiences.

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The Epic Illustrations of Artist Matt Kish

Artist Matt Kish is hooked on the classics, capturing Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick” in more than 500 thought-provoking illustrations.

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‘American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs’ in Dayton

Artist David Levinthal’s intriguing photography merges American myth and memory. It is the focus of a fall exhibition at the Dayton Art Institute.

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See ‘Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility’ in Cincinnati

The Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati hosts an exhibition of wardrobe worn in six screen adaptations of Jane Austen’s classic novels.

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‘America’s Epic Treasures featuring Preternatural by Michael Scott’ in Cincinnati

This Cincinnati Museum Center exhibition showcases vast American landscapes by way of 33 large-scale paintings from artist Michael Scott.

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Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes in Columbus

This expansive exhibition at COSI traces the progression of some of Marvel’s most iconic characters from the printed page to the big screen.

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‘Abandoned America: Everything Must Pass’ in Canton

See urban exploration photographer Matthew Christopher’s photography at the Canton Museum of Art through July 24.

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‘Van Gogh & European Landscapes’ in Dayton

See two works by Vincent van Gogh that are rarely displayed outside of Europe, along with work by other European landscape painters.

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Q&A: Author Douglas Brinkley

The former Perrysburg resident talks FDR, conservation and his love for history

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‘Steranko and the American Hero’ in Youngstown

Artist Jim Steranko has depicted many American heroes during his career, from Nick Fury to Batman. An exhibition of his works opens this month at The Butler Institute of American Art.

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St. Patrick’s Day Music: 3 Ohio Irish Bands

Want to embrace the spirit of the Emerald Isle this month? Check out these bands that have annual St. Patrick’s Day gigs.

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Q&A: National Book Award Finalist Chris Bachelder

The Cincinnati native discusses ‘The Throwback Special,’ a novel about 22 men who meet annually to re-enact one of professional football’s most gruesome plays.

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A Christmas Story: The Ohio Making of a Holiday Classic

Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB Gun cemented Cleveland’s Public Square, Higbee’s department store and a Tremont neighborhood home in pop culture.

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See the Incredible Sand Art of Carl Jara

Ohio artist Carl Jara crafts captivating, dreamy and downright fun sand sculptures.

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The Wood-Turned Artistry of Wilber C. ‘Wib’ Mock

The Zanesville Museum of Art showcases the work of a local craftsman who hit his artistic stride during retirement.

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‘Continuum: Historical Resonances in Contemporary Art’

This Akron Art Museum exhibition highlights the visual connections between classic works and present-day ones.

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‘Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources’ in Columbus

This large exhibition delves into the artists who inspired and shaped the style of one of the world’s most famous painters.

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