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Four Frightful History Tours

Want to put an extra chill into your October? Try these four creepy history tours.

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Shop at these Maker Markets

Those seeking handcrafted wares for the loved ones on their list can look to maker markets across the state. Here are three happening in December 2016.

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Flavored Nation 2018 Comes to Columbus

Flavored Nation comes to Columbus this month, serving creative takes on dishes representing each of the 50 states.

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3 Questions: Brad Ricca (2017)

The Ohio-based author author shares how he uncovered the story of New York City’s early 20th-century female super sleuth.

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Carriage House Farm, North Bend

This property was in Richard Stewart’s family for generations before becoming a place where visitors can learn about food and farming.

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The Forager: Jeremy Umansky

Jeremy Umansky makes foraged ingredients a focus of the menu at his Cleveland delicatessen and bakery. Here’s how searching for wild edible plants became part of his life.

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Mahope, Cincinnati

Vy Sok and Mike Laguna’s food truck features tacos, burgers and coney dogs that deliver a fusion of Cambodian and Latin flavors.

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3 Questions: Ken Leslie

A former comedian who once lived out of his car, this Toledoan founded Veterans Matter in 2012 to help those who’ve served our country find housing.

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Quarry Hill Orchards’ Market Barn

This third-generation family business offers fruit-picking workshops and local produce in a newly built structure that holds a lot of history.

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3 Questions: Jessica Strawser

The Loveland resident and Writer’s Digest editor-at-large talks with us about her second novel, Not That I Could Tell.

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3 Questions: Celeste Ng

The novelist shares how her hometown of Shaker Heights inspired the follow-up to her acclaimed debut.

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3 Questions: Jerry Hollendorfer

We talked with the Ohio native and National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame inductee about the Kentucky Derby, hard work and what it takes to win.

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3 Questions: Jamey Haddad

The Oberlin Conservatory of Music professor discusses playing with Paul Simon, teaching and the power of percussion.

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Roaring to Life

The Cleveland Museum of Art explores the 1920s.

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Best Hometowns 2013–2014: Vermilion

Vermilion embodies lakeshore living and a thriving sense of community.

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3 Questions: Johnny Bench

We talk baseball with the Reds legend and Hall of Fame catcher.

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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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25 Places to Go in Amish Country

From markets to restaurants to shopping, check out these 25 must-visit spots in Ohio's Amish Country.

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Velvet Ice Cream Offers Fun for the 2016 Election

Velvet Ice Cream asks customers to cast their vote with a Blueberry Donkey or Elephant Ear sundae.

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Ohio Finds: Jewelry Store Trade Sign

This example of a unique form of advertising during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was once installed outside a Factory Street business in Canal Dover.

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