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Summer Fun in Youngstown

From upgrades at Youngstown’s kid-focused science center to an upstart vineyard at Pine Lake, check out these Mahoning Valley attractions.

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‘Memories of Christmas Past’ in Youngstown

Revisit the sights and lights of bygone holiday seasons as the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s annual display at the Arms Family Museum celebrates 10 years.

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D.O.P.E. Cider House & Winery, Youngstown

Hannah Ferguson opens a spot in her hometown, serving up ciders and wines in an inviting taproom that is all about positive vibes.

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4 Reasons to Visit Youngstown This Summer

These Mahoning County favorites have new additions and expansions that make it a great time to plan a visit.

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The Mahoning Valley Historical Society Brings Back a Classic

The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is making efforts to revive the historic headquarters of Youngstown ice cream innovator Harry Burt.

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Reinventing Rockwell

Youngstown’s Butler Institute of American Art features Maggie Meiners’ playful photographic makeovers of some of Norman Rockwell’s famous images.

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Heart Rendering

The Butler Institute of American Art presents the postcard-perfect world of Currier & Ives.

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10 Ways to Explore Youngstown

Mahoning County offers a wealth of summertime attractions, from live music and fun festivals to interesting museums and great parks.

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‘Steranko and the American Hero’ in Youngstown

Artist Jim Steranko has depicted many American heroes during his career, from Nick Fury to Batman. An exhibition of his works opens this month at The Butler Institute of American Art.

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How Hollywood’s Warner Brothers Got Their Start in Ohio

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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The Robinson-Shuba Commemorative Statue, Youngstown

This addition to Wean Park immortalizes the famous handshake between baseball players George Shuba and Jackie Robinson.

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The Butler Institute of American Art

In 1919, Joseph G. Butler Jr. opened a Youngstown museum dedicated to American artists. Its collection now numbers in the thousands.

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Ageless Artistry

Warren painter Irene G. Was believes it’s never too late to find your calling.

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3 Ohio Pizza Styles and Where to Get Them

The Buckeye State’s distinctive pizza styles may not be as well known as the ones hailing from New York or Chicago, but these three have long histories. Here is where you can try them.

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