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Peoples Mortuary Museum, Marietta

Bill Peoples’ museum houses a collection of interesting artifacts that offers insight into the funeral business and how it evolved over 150 years.

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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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For the People

The Ohio Statehouse marks 150 years of democracy in action.

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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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The Legacy of Master Carver Ernest Warther

Ernest Warther’s formal education ended in second grade, but his ability to make elaborate, hand-carved depictions of trains from the steam-locomotive era cemented him as a genius in his own right.

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Ohio History | Ohio People | Ohio Magazine

Stories about Ohio history, living in Ohio, and famous and interesting people from our past and present.

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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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Secret Ohio: Public Art

These interesting and intriguing works tell a story of the people and place they call home.

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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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‘Celebrating the Pioneers’ in Marietta

An exhibition at Marietta’s Campus Martius Museum delves into the people who founded the Northwest Territory’s first permanent settlement.

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Alpine Hills Museum, Sugarcreek

This Sugarcreek attraction offers a window into the lives of the people who settled this region and the history of the area known as Ohio’s Little Switzerland.

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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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Essay: Apollo 11 at 50

On the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s famous first steps, one writer recalls the lead-up to that summer night that captured the imagination of people around the globe.

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Paddling on the Little Miami River

Navigating the Little Miami River is an experience as much as it is a lesson in the importance of healthy waterways. Since 1967, one family has helped people make that connection.

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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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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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Behind the Brews

Ohio’s craft beer scene is a story of hard work and creativity. Meet some of the people who play vital roles when it comes to understanding and enjoying what’s in your glass.

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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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Food Road Trips: Historic Spots

These places celebrate the people and ways of living from days gone by. Here’s where to grab a bite when you visit.

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