If fall is in the air but your face, neck and upper chest are exhibiting signs of summer sun damage, you might consider scheduling a consultation with Mary Monk, MSN, CNP, an aesthetic nurse at Donath Facial Plastic Surgery.
Working at a nonprofit isn’t for the faint of heart. The hours are long, the pay isn’t as good as you’ll find in the for-profit world, and the mission can become all-consuming. As a result, staff burnout and turnover are usually high. Melissa Newman, Executive Director of JDRF Southwest Ohio, faces an ongoing battle to keep her staff team engaged and motivated, but in spite of these challenges the chapter has realized significantly better staff satisfaction and retention rates than the industry norms.
The Bourbon & BowTie Bash will celebrate its sixth year of mixing the best bourbon with the generosity of our community. The event includes bourbon, beer and wine tastings, light bites from local restaurants, live and silent auctions and a fashion show. Attendees have a great time with their friends and family while being charitable at the same time.
Celebrating 30 years specializing in diagnostic imaging and reading more than a million scans, Stephen J. Pomeranz, M.D., is as devoted to interpreting an MRI today as he was when he and his wife, Penny Kereiakes Pomeranz, founded ProScan Imaging. In fact, the more challenging and “scratch-your-head” rare the case, the better.
As a boy in Baltimore, Joe Girandola learned about form and function by disassembling toasters, washing machines and dishwashers, marveling at the materials and the way they worked together and then reassembling these objects. His parents sanctioned that precarious practice, insisting only that he journal each step in the process to document his understanding and create guidance for that all-important reassembly finale.
An average week for LaMorris Crawford is not unlike that of any other preacher. He performs chapel services, baptisms and weddings, conducts marriage counseling, Bible studies and prayer groups. It’s just that his “church” is in the locker rooms and practice fields at Paul Brown Stadium and in the homes of Cincinnati Bengals players.
This fall, to build a different culture into the store, Stafford Jewelers, a Cincinnati-based, family-owned business, is introducing several big designer brands. For instance, Nanis is a unique line from Italy – all hand-etched, 18-karat yellow gold pieces.
The OHIOana Library celebrates its 90th Anniversary at the Cincinnati Club on September 22nd, 2019.
On October 3rd, Pella Windows hosted an open house for all of the leading influencers in architecture & design in Cincinnati.
It was a perfect late-summer evening for a tented garden party as Stepping Stones celebrated the agency’s 15th annual ‘Bloom’ gala on September 7. The event netted more than $246,000 to support programming for Cincinnati-area individuals with disabilities.
The Cincinnati Art Museum, an institution established in 1881 that opened its doors in 1886, just set a new attendance record. The museum welcomed the largest number of yearly visitors in the building’s 133-year history, with more than 346,000 walking through its doors this fiscal year ending August 31, 2019. The previous attendance record-holder for the museum was set in 1973. Each of the last five years produced progressively increasing attendance numbers, with the addition of evening hours, growth in public programs, new galleries and the Rosenthal Education Center.
King of Kings Preschool opened its doors in September 1995 with an enrollment of 11 students. By the close of the third year, there was full enrollment. Over the years, King of Kings has grown to meet the needs of our community by adding additional classrooms, a full-court indoor gym, a second playground, a kindergarten program, an English Language Learners program, a bi-lingual Japanese-English translator, and before/after care for our students. In addition, King of Kings is the only nationally accredited preschool and kindergarten program in the area. We are honored to serve 160 students in Mason, Maineville, Loveland, Morrow, Liberty Township, South Lebanon and Lebanon.
While Saint Ursula Academy students recharge over the summer, their teachers also refuel, inspired by seminars, trips and other engaging experiences that not only enhance their expertise but rekindle their passion for their profession. And they bring that fresh perspective and enthusiasm back to their classrooms in the fall, enriching the Saint Ursula Academy learning environment for all.
Mount Notre Dame High School’s Multicultural Student Union (MSU) is in its second year of helping students practice appropriate communication methods and celebrate the culture and diversity within their halls.
Founded in 1831, St. Xavier High School is a private Catholic school for young men. The school’s population represents a wide geographic range, with students coming from all over Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and southeastern Indiana. St. Xavier boasts an impressive academic record, with 92% of the 603 students who took an AP test in 2018 scoring 3+. Additionally, seven students from the class of 2018 were also considered National AP scholars – a high distinction for any student.
A wigwam, a labyrinth and a coffee shop – it’s amazing what Cincinnati Country Day School students can construct in a mere several days’ time. And those are only a few of the innovative projects undertaken during the school’s first CCDX program, a student-driven experiential learning program conducted the week prior to spring break.
Twin Lakes Senior Living Community residents are embracing state-of-the-art technology that accurately tracks and measures balance and gait as part of a comprehensive Balance Initiative that Life Enriching Communities implemented last year.
A growing body of evidence attests to the many benefits of gardening for older adults. Enter the Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) Horticultural Therapy Program. Aimed at helping ERS community members remain healthy and independent, it is a natural extension of the organization’s commitment to the six dimensions of wellness and positive aging.
Evolution is changing the way we enjoy our music and movies and all of our audio and video encounters. The concept of “owning” itself is changing – we now share bikes, scooters, vacation homes, Uber and Lyft rides. Streaming is providing the music industry its biggest profits in a decade, and CD sales have fallen 80%, from roughly $450 million to $89 million, reports Rolling Stone. Tesla is manufacturing cars without CD players, and Ford and Toyota have recently followed.
Two years ago, a client contacted Jill Koch, an interior designer with Designs on Madison, to ask her advice on how to tackle an addition to the back of a house. They had worked together eight years prior when the whole house was updated, which was a great experience for both.
After buying property near downtown Mason, Julie Larger spent several years driving around Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville and Lexington looking at houses, gaining inspiration for a future home building project.
Brad Olinger and his team of architects, designers and contractors at Sterling Homes are known for blending style and function while focusing on cost and environmental efficiency. One of Olinger’s keys to success has been the philosophy that there’s an appropriate way to build modern, custom-built homes while maintaining a neighborhood’s character and history. It is with that philosophy in mind that Sterling Homes has begun construction on its latest luxury home development, Parkland View. These seven individually designed, high-end, attached, single-family homes will be a beautiful addition to Linwood Avenue in Mount Lookout, one of Cincinnati’s most beloved, charming and thriving tree-lined neighborhoods.
Defining just what constitutes “contemporary design” can be one of those ethereal pursuits, digressing into modern and post-modern discussions of art and architecture, ultimately best left to academic discussions in design schools.