September October 2012 Midwest Living | Midwest Living

September October 2012 Midwest Living

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Read about our 25 favorite Midwest scenic drives, wine trails, apple recipes, a barn-style Ohio home and more in our September/October 2012 issue.
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Trees, shrubs, and frost-tolerant grasses and perennials ignite a passion for the glories of autumn in this suburban Chicago landscape.
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When you step through the gates of an urban cemetery, the city seems to recede, replaced by acres of leafy serenity. Many cemeteries offer historical tours or pamphlets, but you don’t need to be in...
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This living room went from ho-hum to hot with brushstrokes of rich, gorgeous red.
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Pounding hooves. Baseball bats. Bourbon on the rocks. Louisville oozes mystique, and lucky for visitors, the icons deliver. Even better, flourishing art and food scenes mean that a fall weekend in...
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Innovative chefs who push boundaries but understand the city’s roots have turned Cleveland into one of the Midwest’s top dining destinations. Here are 10 places that show you why.
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For centuries, the Minnesota Ojibwe have turned to the land to feed their families. Our story takes you inside the traditional Ojibwe wild rice harvest.
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Anish Kapoor’s "Cloud Gate" in Millennium Park and Pablo Picasso’s 50-foot-tall masterpiece "Untitled" in Daley Plaza are just two of 700 pieces in Chicago’s public spaces. Lots...
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Like siblings with totally different personalities, Alton, Elsah and Grafton await in Illinois along the Mississippi River, with stops that combine to create a lively fall weekend.
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Most people associate Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with its famous Sheboygan Bratwurst Company, but visitors with an appetite for more can find standout shopping, lakeside dining and contemporary art in...

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