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John Herzig’s Famous Endings Museum

The Dover funeral director collects memorabilia from services held for celebrities and historical figures.

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How Artists Shaped Dayton

An ongoing Dayton History exhibition focuses on 14 people who merged industry and art.

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Top Dog

Chef Daniel Wright opened Cincinnati's Senate in 2010. He still has people lining up for his gourmet hot dogs.

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Q&A: ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ Author J.D. Vance

The Ohio native talks about his best-selling book and how he hopes to use it as a way to improve the lives of people struggling with the same issues his family did.

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Creating History

Miami University Art Museum’s “Telling a People’s Story: African-American Children’s Illustrated Literature” features 130 works published during the past 50 years.

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Where Does John Kasich Go From Here?

We sit down with the governor to talk about leading Ohio, running for president and what’s next.

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Heritage of Faith

Visit Ohio’s religious centers and museums for insights into the diverse beliefs of the people who settled our state.

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Autumn Comforts: 6 Ideas for Outdoor Spaces

Cozy up, people. Innkeepers Bobbi and Jeff Noe of The Welsh Hills Inn share how to create warm and inviting outdoor spaces this time of year.

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Outdoor Fun in Akron and Summit County

These four attractions offer great ways to get some fresh air and enjoy the arrival of spring.

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The Merchant House, Greenville

This small-town spot serves creative comfort cuisine, including Detroit-style, deep-dish pizzas, in a historic building.

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Taking Root

Five chefs share recipes featuring our state’s seasonal subterranean vegetables.

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Brewing Guide

Explore two great drink trails in Columbus.

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Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant, Berlin

Originally founded as a small grocery in the late 1930s, this restaurant is known for its hearty fare and selection of incredible pies.

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“The Price Is Right” Sign

Autographed by host Bob Barker, this artifact from the early days of the perennially popular television game show now resides in West Lafayette

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Superman in Cleveland

The Cleveland Public Library hosts an exhibition that delves into the Ohio origins and cultural influence of the world’s most famous superhero.

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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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Fun Loving: 12 Ohio Date Nights

These destinations promise to put a spark in your next evening out together.

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Wineries We Love

Visit four destinations that provide a taste of what Ohio’s wine country has to offer.

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Faces of the Heartland

The Columbus Museum of Art highlights Ohioan James R. Hopkins’ innovative early 20th-century paintings depicting the Cumberland mountaineers of Kentucky.

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Jordan Motor Car Co.’s Famous Ad

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

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