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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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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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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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Best Hometowns 2018: Medina

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

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“Lines/Edges: Frank Stella on Paper” at Pizzuti Collection

Columbus art collector Ron Pizzuti became familiar with Frank Stella’s work in the 1970s. His museum features a selection of the artist’s vibrant compositions through April 29.

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Making Mellencamp

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame delves into how would-be teen idol Johnny Cougar reclaimed his name and became the musical poet of the Midwest.

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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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How Mark Klaus Created Medina’s Castle Noel

Artist Mark Klaus has turned his passion for Dec. 25 into an attraction packed with authentic Christmas-movie memorabilia.

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Valley Vineyards, Morrow

An honest mistake made decades ago has helped the Schuchter family’s winery in Warren County grow into the second-largest estate vineyard in Ohio.

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The Wild Story of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ First Season

Here’s the behind-the-scenes story of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ inaugural season in the words of those who lived it.

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Shipwrecks of Lake Erie

Our Great Lake holds the remains of hundreds of vessels that disappeared beneath its surface. Today, divers and researchers work to preserve their stories.

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Meet Ohio Maple Farmer Nate Bissell

Syrup is in Nate Bissell’s blood. Now, he is working to make our state synonymous with the stuff.

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3 Romantic Hotel Getaways

These three creative and comfortable hotels offer a welcoming place to stay as well as nearby shopping, dining and entertainment options for making the most of your time together.

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Rich Sommer Talks “Mad Men”

Ohio native Rich Sommer talks about his “Mad Men” role and why he thinks the show became such a phenomenon.

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‘Lilly Martin Spencer’ at Decorative Arts Center of Ohio

The Ohio artist supported her husband and 13 children by capturing everyday scenes that spoke to 19th-century, middle-class society.

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Elijah Pierce: An American Journey

The Columbus artist’s carvings reflected his faith and offered a commentary on the world in which he lived. The Canton Museum of Art hosts a retrospective of his work through March 4.

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New Heights

The Cleveland Orchestra brings Bernard Herrmann’s score for “Vertigo” to life at Severance Hall.

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Home of the Brave

The Ohio History Center honors "The American Soldier" with a poignant photo exhibit of the men and women of wars past and present.

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A Clear Vision

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

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The Beauty Behind the Easter Lily

The Easter lily is a symbol of renewal and rebirth, and our state is one of the flower’s leading producers.

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