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Each year, thousands of tourists flock to destinations like Norway, Finland, and Iceland in the hopes of catching a glimpse of the glimmering northern... Read More

There is no shortage of man-made thrills in this world. But we have a special fondness for the roller coaster.Since they were invented in the mid-18th... Read More

Airbnb is no longer limiting its vacation rentals to the ground.The famous Goodyear Blimp will become a temporary Airbnb rental for whoever’s lucky... Read More

In what could’ve been a scene straight out of Disney’s The Jungle Book, a bear at Ohio’s Akron Zoo decided to boogie an itch away.Yes, all this itch... Read More

Even newborns can get in on the Shark Week fun.In celebration of Discovery Channel’s summer TV tradition, The Christ Hospital Health Network is helping... Read More

As always, with Saturday barbecues, backyard parties, and beach weekends, summer is moving along quickly. The good news for travel fans is that... Read More

Toledo Zoo is showing a little more leg.The Ohio zoo recently welcomed two American flamingo chicks. The baby birds both hatched on July 10, according... Read More

You can’t fly to the moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the July 1969 Moon landing, but Ohio has created a very cool alternative: an aviation and... Read More

You’re never too old for a bit of summer fun!Residents at the Oaks at Northpointe in Zanesville, Ohio, slid into summer with a slip-and-slide outside... Read More

When people from Texas and California come to the northeast, they have one constant, unrelenting refrain: “Can’t get any good tacos up here.”Perhaps... Read More

Michelle Belleau was supposed to pick up Ron Peterson at the Southwest Airlines baggage carousel at Cleveland Hopkins Airport 12 years ago. They had... Read More

Trying new foods is an essential part of going on vacation — but, if you’re not careful, it can also be a big money drain.Luckily for hungry travelers,... Read More

Findlay Market, in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, is the longest-operating public market in the state of Ohio, and one of the oldest in the... Read More

Water fountains in one part of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have been shut down following a handful of passengers falling ill on a flight... Read More

You don’t have to empty your savings account to afford city living in America—at least not in these locations.Urban areas offer a gateway to culture or... Read More

It’s trick or treat season, people. Just remember not to get tricked.It seems like one person in Pickerington, Ohio was duped when they saw a “plane... Read More

When Chef Jonathon Sawyer decided to open his own restaurant in 2008 after a promising run at Parea — Michael Symon’s well-reviewed, but short-lived... Read More

Cincinnati is paying tribute to its pre-Prohibition past.On Friday, the city is opening the first phase of its Brewing Heritage Trail, an urban walking... Read More

Ohio is apparently gunning to be nicknamed the sweetest state in America. Back in 2015, the Butler County Visitors Bureau unleashed a 12-stop official... Read More

In March 2017, Scottish beer company BrewDog launched a campaign for the “world’s first crowdfunded craft beer hotel,” complete with taps in all the... Read More

Developers are about to break ground on a new amusement park outside of Columbus, Ohio.Planet Oasis Ohio is investing $2 billion in the park project,... Read More

Two classic American pastimes — playing pinball and grooving to rock music — join forces in Cleveland, Ohio at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s new... Read More

Napa, Sonoma, and New York's Finger Lakes get a lot of attention when it comes to wine, but they aren't the only places in the U.S. to get an amazing... Read More

A Southwest flight from Chicago to Newark had to make an emergency landing in Cleveland on Wednesday because of a cracked window.Southwest flight 957,... Read More

This article originally appeared on Residents from the Ohio Valley to the lower Mississippi Valley saw the year's most extensive severe... Read More

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