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A Trip to the World’s Horse Capital

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By Corinne Minard There’s a reason Kentucky is known for horses. The state is packed with hundreds of horse farms; is home to Keeneland, the world’s largest thoroughbred [...]

Staying Busy in Tennessee

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By Corinne Minard For those looking for a quick trip away Tennessee may be the perfect place to start. Just a couple hours away from Ohio, the state is home to many cities [...]

A Museum for Everyone

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By Corinne Minard No matter your interest, Ohio has a museum for that. From art to science to history, Ohio has museums covering almost any topic. While the state is filled [...]

The Barnstormer

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By Laurie Pike Barns were Mike Wengler’s playgrounds. As a kid in the 1970s he’d swing from ropes in his family’s barn to drop down into sweet-smelling hay below. As a [...]

Digging the Butler County Donut Trail

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By Mike Boyer On the hunt for a crispy apple fritter? Searching for a cream-filled long john? Or craving a cake donut with cream-cheese icing? Then hit Butler County’s [...]

Great Fall Getaways

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  By the Editors Fall in the Midwest is a great time to get away to some colorful, remarkable and memorable destinations. With leaves turning a magnificent palette of [...]

An Amusement Park for Everyone

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  By Patrick McAdams Need an adrenaline rush to break up the monotony of the summer? Luckily the Great 8 states are full of thrilling and exhilarating theme parks. Ohio: [...]

Discovering Bronte Bistro

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By Laura A. Hobson Hidden away in Rookwood Commons in Cincinnati is a small restaurant called Bronte Bistro tucked beside its parent company Joseph-Beth Booksellers. While [...]
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