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Spirit Rooms, Seances and Ohio in the 19th Century

In the 1850s, Athens County farmer Jonathan Koons created a room where he claimed he could communicate with the dead, part of the burgeoning spiritualist movement that rippled across the nation.

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How Ohio Stadium’s Opening Ushered in a New Era of Sports

The Horseshoe was dedicated on Oct. 21, 1922. The moment marked the rise of both Ohio State Football and the construction of new stadiums across the nation.

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Museums to Visit Along the National Road

Follow U.S. 40 through Ohio and you’ll find destinations that celebrate art, science and even motorcycles.

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9 Spots for Food and Fun on the Lake Erie Islands

Whether you’re looking for family fun, foodie finds or island adventures, here are nine ideas to get you exploring.

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Art for All

At the height of the Great Depression, artists banded together to offer hope through their work.

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Bridges to the Past

For more than three decades, photographer Carl Feather has documented the lasting reminders of a bygone era.

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Comfort Food Secrets

Four restaurants known for hearty classics share the recipes for the menu items that keep their customers coming back.

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Family Fun in Columbus

Our capital city is a prime destination for fun this season, with favorite attractions adding new reasons to visit.

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Get Inspired by ‘The Vegetable Butcher’

Cara Mangini of Columbus’ Little Eater illustrates the power of produce in cookbook.

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The History of Dayton’s Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum

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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How Chef Avishar Barua’s Mom Helped Shape Joya’s

The Columbus restaurateur, whom many of us first met on “Top Chef” season 18, named his Worthington spot after his mother and borrowed inspiration from her when crafting his menu.

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Connie Schultz on Writing for the Underdog

The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist discusses performing on stage, teaching at Kent State and receiving the Ernie Pyle Lifetime Achievement Award.

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‘Chopped’ Host Ted Allen Talks Competitive Cooking

The Ohio native discusses cooking, Columbus and putting together a winning Valentine’s Day dinner.

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OSU Band Director Christopher Hoch on One of College Football's Greatest Traditions

The Westerville native discusses the The Ohio State University Marching Band’s long tradition and elaborate halftime performances.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Northwest

We head to northwest Ohio for an art-inspired road trip to the Toledo Museum of Art, the Mazza Museum, Hawkes Crystal and more.

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Ohio Road Trips: Quirky Museums

These attractions showcase corners of pop culture and American heritage in fun environments everyone will love.

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Visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Cleveland’s shrine to the legends of rock ’n’ roll beckons music lovers to commune with the greats who penned the soundtrack of our lives.

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Garden of Inspiration

The Toledo Museum of Art transports visitors to Paris with art tied to the city’s famous public green space.

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How Hawkes Crystal Keeps a Unique Glass-Cutting Tradition Alive

Aidan Scully is one of three artists in the nation who cuts glass using a time-honored method. His Tiffin showroom offers insight into his craft as well as his ties to pioneering glass artist Thomas Hawkes.

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Best Hometowns 2018: Medina

This community embraces its rich history in a downtown filled with visitor-friendly destinations.

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