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3 Questions: Marcie Goodman

The Cleveland International Film Festival executive director shares what goes into the city’s annual movie marathon.

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Monsters Inc.

Documentary filmmaker Seth Breedlove tells the stories of small-town America through elusive creatures that have become the stuff of legend.

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Q&A: Lee Unkrich, Director of Disney/Pixar’s ‘Coco’

After winning an Oscar for directing “Toy Story 3,” the Ohio native returns this month with a new film.

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Screen Legends

Before they launched Warner Bros. Studios, Sam, Albert, Harry and Jack were just the Warner brothers, showing movies across the Mahoning Valley.

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Christmas Cheer

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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A Thoughtful Process

George Remington spent decades as a successful advertising photographer and film director. These days, he’s funneling the passion that drove his career into a small organic farm in Hinckley.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: The Shawshank Trail

Walk in the footsteps of Andy and Red by visiting these sites immortalized in the 1994 film “The Shawshank Redemption.”

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Q&A: Climber Conrad Anker

The famous adventurer talks about his role in ‘National Parks Adventure’

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3 Questions: Debra Winger

The Ohio native and three-time Oscar nominee returns to television with the Netflix series “The Ranch.”

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Q&A: Rock photographer Janet Macoska

We talk with the Cleveland photographer about her start, the icons she’s captured on film and the power of the still image.

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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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Rock Royalty

Find satisfaction in a new exhibit on the life and times of the Rolling Stones.

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Phantoms of the Field

From frightening to folksy, scarecrows have long stood as icons of the fall harvest.

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Time Capsule

The Ohio History Center revisits the era of Lustron homes and offers a glimpse into 1950s America.

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Tiny Towns, Big Fun

Hit the road to check out these villages that offer road trip-worthy attractions despite their blink-and-you’ll-miss-them size.

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3 Questions: OSU Band Director Christopher Hoch

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

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Time Traveling

A drive across Ohio on the first federally funded road offers a glimpse of a simpler era.

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Game Changer

“The Art of Video Games” comes to Toledo, taking visitors from “Pac-Man” era to today’s immersive and enthralling digital worlds.

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McKinley’s Final Days

The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum delves into the legacy of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.

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Farm Flyer

Butch Fisher’s line of work may seem like a retro notion, but crop dusting is a thoroughly modern necessity.

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