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3 Questions: Phil Mattingly

As Ohioans prepare to vote on key national and statewide races this month, we talk with the CNN correspondent and Toledo native.

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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 Election of 1920

The race introduced the world to Franklin D. Roosevelt and marked the last time an Ohioan won the White House.

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3 Questions: CNN’s Joe Johns

A visit to the Ohio Statehouse as a kid set CNN correspondent Joe Johns on a path to covering news in Washington, D.C.

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3 Questions: Kyle Kondik

In all but two elections since 1896, Ohio has selected the winning presidential candidate. Here's why.

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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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‘The Boomer List’ at Springfield Museum of Art

Photographer Timothy Greenfield- Sanders’ large-scale portraits of famous baby boomers comes to Ohio.

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3 Questions: Writer P.J. O’Rourke

The Ohio native talks about growing up in Toledo and his days 'National Lampoon.'

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3 Questions: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer

The Cincinnati native Bill Hemmer returns to Ohio to moderate a GOP candidate forum prior to this month’s Republican presidential primary debate in Cleveland.

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History Hits Home

Ohio commemorates its ties to the Civil War.

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The Learning Experience

These outstanding Ohio teachers are committed to engaging their students in the education process.

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2012 Excellence in Education Honorees

Ohio Magazine recognizes outstanding teachers at colleges and universities around the state.

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Step in Style

Hand-carved walking sticks are useful and beautiful folk art.

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A Night to Remember

The Columbus Jazz Orchestra re-creates Benny Goodman's groundbreaking 1938 concert at Carnegie Hall.

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A Cut Above

Artist Mary Gaynier’s intricate snowflake-like designs infuse a sense of humor into the traditional craft.

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Karl Rove Talks William McKinley

The political consultant’s book examines how the Ohioan united a splintered Republican party.

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Summer Finds in Cleveland

Check out creative treehouses at the Cleveland Botanical Garden and new music at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

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National Treasure

In 1958, Robert Heft designed a 50-star American flag for a high school project. The rest is history.

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Red State, Blue State

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

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Power Chords

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit examines how music shaped attitudes about peace, equality and freedom.

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