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Wizard World Ohio Comic Con

Today through Sunday at convention center

Halloween Candy Buy Back program

Local dentists “buy back” Halloween candy

Velvet Ice Cream anniversary sale

Nov. 1 at factory in Utica
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Happy Halloween!

We have you covered when it comes to Halloween. Trick-or-Treat times, parties, festivals, ghost tours and more. Also, check out our video of the "Scary Plants" exhibition at Franklin Park Conservatory.

2014 Holiday Gift Guide

52 ideas for everyone on your holiday shopping list!
Neighborhood Spotlight

The Short North

The executive director of the Short North Alliance enjoys seeing strollers rolling through the streets of the historic arts neighborhood. Betsy Pandora considers it a sign of the area’s success as a destination.
Overnight Trippin’

Family Adventure Travel in West Virginia

This was the year the Meloun family of Hilliard decided to trade in their traditional family trip to Disney for adventure travel.
Hands On

Giving Thanks Wreath

This family craft activity celebrates an attitude of gratitude during the season of Thanksgiving. The beautiful wreath created will add color to your home’s autumn decorations and remind everyone of the reasons to feel thankful all year round.
All Together Now

When parents and kids share pop-culture passions

It was the year 2000, just after Lego began releasing Star Wars-themed sets. Visual artist and designer Clinton Reno was still a kid-less bachelor, but the nostalgic pull of Lego and Star Wars was irresistible, so he bought and assembled several sets. After marrying and moving, Reno boxed up the bricks and jettisoned them to the attic, where they collected dust for years.

Around Town

Where the happening kids just happened to be.
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