October 2012 Issue
You met Cincinnati author Andrea Cheng in the October issue of Ohio Magazine . Now, meet the other winners of Ohioana Library Association’s 2012 book awards.
Cleveland hosts the 43rd annual Bouchercon World Mystery Convention for writers and readers.
Cincinnati author Andrea Cheng helps children learn about life.
An expert pumpkin grower and carver gives tips on creating crowd-pleasing jack-o’-lanterns.
Former TV news producer finds his heart in art.
October 2012 Digest
A real spider man, a Nancy Drew scavenger hunt, an award-winning fiber artist, our new guide to Ohio collectibles.
What started as one small painting on a barn in Adams County has multiplied into an international art project, all started by one woman to honor her mother and her Appalachian heritage.
Add the following shops, restaurants and events to the capital city itinerary featured in our October issue.
Cue the Colors
Ohio’s woodlands offer many ways to find the perfect autumn view, from stroller- and wheel-chair-accessible paths to trails for moderate and challenging hikes.
Getaway for Two
No matter what your pleasure — sports, arts, shopping or dining — Columbus is the place to celebrate couple time.
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