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Ice + Dust Pottery, Westerville

A graphic designer by day, Halley Quinn spends part of her evenings and weekends crafting fun mugs, trinket dishes and more at her Westerville home.

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Explore the Arts in Toledo

The Glass City is alive with creativity year-round, but spring and summer offer a perfect time to check out performing and visual art, from concert halls to public parks.

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Matthew A. Cherry on Creating ‘Hair Love’

Matthew A. Cherry won the Best Animated Short Film Oscar for “Hair Love” in 2020. We talked with him about the appeal of animation and what’s next.

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5 Summer Finds in Western New York

From trails to bird-watching, these five destinations in the Chautauqua Lake region promise a way to soak in the serenity of the season.

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Acres of Hope

A Granville gardener shares the promise of daffodils with others.

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Best Hometowns 2015–2016: Tipp City

A charming downtown, quality schools and a strong sense of community unite Dayton suburb.

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Top of the Pops

Conductor John Morris Russell prepares to take Cincinnati’s acclaimed ensemble to new noteworthy heights.

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Toledo: Summer in the Glass City

From a celebration of the city’s role in producing the Jeep to a huge party recognizing Toledo’s German heritage, make these events part of your travel plans.

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Ohioan Piper Kerman on Her Memoir ’Orange is the New Black’

This Columbus resident wrote the book that inspired Netflix’s hit series. We talked with her about writing, success and the criminal justice system.

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Haunted Ohio: The Lafayette Hotel

Marietta’s historic riverfront hotel has a long history and plenty of ghost stories. Book a room — or a tour with Hidden Marietta — to see the place for yourself.

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How Ohio’s Harry M. Stevens Changed the Ballpark Experience

The native of England settled in Niles, Ohio, before trading his mill job for the baseball business. The innovations he pioneered remain part of the fan experience to this day.

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The Sculpted Visions of Alan Cottrill

The artist’s cast-bronze works are found across Ohio and far beyond. We visited his Zanesville studio to learn about his process and the road that led him to finding his passion.

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Amish Country Road Trips: Millersburg

Downtown Millersburg is where the country meets Main Street. There's a hitching post for horses outside the courthouse and small businesses dotting both sides of Jackson Street

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Ohio Craft Beer 2018: Quirky Finds, Tours & More

Explore more fun breweries across the state (and get a preview of three set to open later this year).

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Jim Brickman on Creating Holiday Magic with Music

The renowned pianist and songwriter Jim Brickman discusses his new album and growing up in Ohio.

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Spring Arts Preview 2018

We highlight 14 exhibitions, shows and events that offer a glimpse of all the season has to offer.

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How One Advertisement by the Jordan Motor Car Co. Changed an Industry

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

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Twin Oast Brewing, Port Clinton

Quintin and Donna Smith and their son Cory turned 60 acres of Catawba Island farmland into a destination brewery that embraces a farm-to-fermenter philosophy.

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