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Cynthia Earhart

Cynthia Earhart is an Ohio-based freelance writer who has been sharing her travel adventures and foodie finds with Midwest Living readers since 2010. In the intervals between road-tripping and travel planning, she enjoys watching classic movies from the 30s and 40s (while swooning over the clothes), perfecting her cocktail crafting skills and hanging out with her wildlife pals in her woodsy backyard.

Lifelike embroidery from artist Michelle Staub has a leg up on standard pet portraits.
The challenge: Getting to know Columbus in just a weekend. Our guide to dining, shopping, exploring and soaking up some history will show you how to do it by visiting hidden gardens, hip hangouts, historic enclaves and a great big dinosaur den.
Our guide to a weekend in Cincinnati takes you to foodie finds, unexpected art tours, an Instagram-worthy bridge stop, the rejuvenated Over-the-Rhine neighborhood and a gem called Eden Park.
A long weekend in Dayton, Ohio, means a chance to delve into aviation history, see riverfront waterworks, appreciate art, eat at both retro-cool and new chef-driven restaurants, and shop in a trendy historic neighborhood. Check out our getaway guide.
Once known as the Rubber Capital of the World, the revitalized city of Akron, Ohio, makes for an easy city getaway—and it’s just a train ride away from a national park.
It’s the perfect time of year to sit outside and enjoy a beer with a view. Here are 5 Ohio breweries that offer both excellent beers as well as stellar scenery.
These elevated homes in Ohio's The Mohicans tuck you into the tree canopy, just like your childhood clubhouse—except for the kitchens, stained glass and designer cred.
BrewDog, the Scottish beer with a cult-like following, has just opened what is billed as the world's first beer hotel, with 32 guest rooms next to a state-of-the-art sour brewery and taproom in Columbus, Ohio.
The Wilds—a 10,000-acre conservation center in southeastern Ohio that's home to endangered and threatened species—will make you feel like you're on an African safari, especially if you spend the night in a yurt.