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Ohio City Home Tour

If HGTV has taught us anything, it is that no human urge is as strong as that which drives us to peek inside each other's homes. You can indulge that need today in style by joining the annual Ohio City Home Tour. Happening from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the tour takes you inside nine privately owned properties, with transportation via Lolly the Trolley. Among the highlights: a picturesque Victorian, a "green" renovation, an urban garden that doubles as a registered backyard wildlife habitat, and a Civil War-era building that was saved by an Ohio City resident and transformed into mixed-use office and creative space. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at ohiocity.org or at the ticket booth at the Gould Court starting point, next to 1889 West 25th St. For more information, call 216-781-3222. — Cicora

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