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Where History Horses & Hospitality Meet

Walt’s Hitching Post is one of the most iconic restaurants in the tri-state area with a rich history that is shared by the flavor of the fare, the ambiance of the rooms, the hospitality of the staff, and even the unique aroma of the walls. It all started back in 1942 when Walt Ballanger and his wife Mary founded the establishment, which they named from cast-iron posts where guests could tie up their horses.

The Network of Executive Women (NEW) Cincinnati Fall Learning Event

The Network of Executive Women (NEW) Cincinnati, a nonprofit organization focused on advancing women, growing business and transforming the workplace through the power of community, is commemorating its 10th anniversary in 2018. To complete the celebration this year, NEW Cincinnati featured keynote speaker Dr. Steve Robbins, the author of “What If? Short Stories to Spark Diversity Dialogue,” and creator of a new video training series called “Inclusion Insights.” Dr. Robbins spoke to more than 700 male and female consumer product and retail leaders at the NEW Cincinnati 2018 Fall Learning Event at JACK Casino on October 25, 2018.

Focused Growth

The largest ophthalmology organization in the midwest, Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) has embarked on a new partnership that has the potential to grow one of the nation’s leading eye care organizations to new heights.

The Smart Home of Tomorrow Today

Since 1999, locally owned and operated Hanson Audio Video has been equipping families with optimum solutions for Home Theater, Hi-Fi Audio and Smart Home Automation in their homes.

Gift Giver's Paradise

There’s something for everyone at Village Junction. Walking in the front door, you’ll immediately notice the store’s cozy atmosphere.

Northeast Ohio’s Kalman & Pabst Photo Group Aims To Expand Its Statewide Presence

CLEVELAND (November 1, 2018) – Kalman & Pabst Photo Group (KP Photo), an award-winning Cleveland, Ohio commercial photography, digital artistry, video, and CGI studio today announced the opening of a strategic, southern Ohio sales office to focus its efforts on attracting and servicing new business opportunities within the Cincinnati, Columbus, and Dayton markets.

Fall Venue Release Party at Horter Investments

The Beauty is in the Details

FOUNDRYno.201 specializes in full-service residential and commercial interior architecture and design. We recently sat down with the Cincinnati-based firm to learn more about their unique approach to design.

Wine, Feasting & Fun

Tony Bassano is the new general manager at the lovely Eddie Merlot’s restaurant in Montgomery, Ohio, the only Cincinnati location. I had an opportunity to sit down and chat with Tony about this esteemed position. Though, it was challenging to have a conversation without several interruptions because Tony is gregarious and well-loved by his staff and patrons.

Conversations on Leadership Readiness

Heritage Bank was founded in 1990 with the specific mission of preserving the concept of local community banking in Northern Kentucky where residents can get advice and service from professionals who live in their communities. Heritage has grown to 20 branches with over 200 employees and $835 million in assets. In the last year, the bank opened its first branch across the river in Mason, Ohio. It will open a Montgomery, Ohio office in February.

An Urban Transformation

This year’s HGTV Urban Oasis 2018 is a Dutch Colonial house nestled in the vibrant community of Oakley, Ohio. The home is walking distance to shops, restaurants and parks and just a short drive from Cincinnati’s downtown nightlife and attractions. Local firm, Platte Architecture + Design, was selected to lead the architectural design for the project. The project all began with a cryptic phone call from a realtor who was looking for a team to renovate a dilapidated property. Platte was invited to tour the property. When asked what he thought could be done with the property, Kurt Platte remembers saying that the sky is the limit. Platte signed a contract before it was divulged that the client was HGTV. A few weeks later, Platte was sitting in his downtown Cincinnati office with the host of HGTV Urban Oasis 2018 and a project manager.

Incredible Journey

“He was an ordinary man who made extraordinary decisions under extraordinary circumstances.” Verbally summarizing Nelson Mandela’s legacy comes easily for documentary photographer Matthew Willman. But earning the privilege of being commissioned by The Nelson Mandela Foundation to chronicle the last 10 years of the South African president’s life in pictures? That proved to be as professionally and personally challenging as it was rewarding.

Sharing the Warmth, Beauty and Festivities of the Holidays

What interior holiday décor are you dreaming of this year? Have you even had time to think about it? The reality is, the holidays are right around the corner. Whether you’re imagining one Christmas tree or three, a bare-bones mantle with minimal greenery, or a front entry that looks and smells like a full pine forest, Robin Buop, owner and head designer at Botanica, invites you to stop by for an invigoratingly fresh breath of holiday decorating inspiration.

Dayton, Kentucky:

Excellent schools. Incredible waterfront living. Luxury lifestyle developments. And a five-minute drive to Downtown Cincinnati. These are but a few key factors in Dayton, Kentucky joining the ranks of OTR and East Walnut Hills as communities experiencing massive revitalization.

Finding Compassion Through Pain

Pain led Natasha Kohorst to her passion. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without having gone through the suffering I’ve experienced.”

Transformative Real Estate Development Rolling Along the Riverfront

Manhattan Development, LLC – the catalyst behind what has been dubbed by some as the next great real estate transformation along the banks of the Ohio River – is charging ahead with its estimated $20 million Gateway Flats at Manhattan Harbour apartment project, while plans are approved and moving forward for the developers’ additional estimated $8.5 million in development on the 73-acre mixed-use site in Dayton, Kentucky.

The Better Personal Trainer

“Our agents are giving our customers relationship, accountability, and an ear who is willing to listen to whatever it is they need to talk about. Whatever it is the person needs to keep them on track for their goals, we’re going to give that to them, but we’re doing it all by text message,” says Dan Rye, co-founder and CTO of Kai Coach. Kai, a lifestyle coaching company enabled through text messaging, was founded in 2017.

Dr. Steve Robbins Explores Unconscious Bias at NEW Cincinnati Fall Learning Event on October 25

The Network of Executive Women (NEW) Cincinnati, a non-profit organization focused on advancing women, growing business and transforming the workplace through the power of community, is commemorating its 10th anniversary in 2018.

Freedom's Envoys

Like the abolitionists who pushed for the immediate emancipation of all slaves and the end of racial discrimination and segregation so many years ago, the 31 members of The Ambassadors – the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center’s support network – are committed to pressing on for freedom for today’s enslaved, here, across the country and around the world.

Changing the Cannabis Conversation in Skincare

“Cannuka is a medically-inspired, all-natural skincare line. What makes us unique is that we use cannabis (CBD) and Manuka honey as our two primary ingredients,” says Michael Bumgarner, founder of Cannuka. Cannuka, a line of skincare products, focuses on the use of CBD – derived from industrial hemp – and Manuka honey, cultivated in New Zealand.

Insights from Our Rising Star Medical Leaders: Summer 2018

It is no secret that our firm has a huge respect for practitioners working within the medical profession. In fact, many years ago, our very first clients were physicians, surgeons and specialists in ophthalmology. We have great respect for the sacrifices medical professionals make on behalf of their patients, and our community.

A Shining Legacy

Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) had already established a nearly 100-year-old reputation for excellence in the musical arts when it merged with the University of Cincinnati (UC) in 1962. At the time of this merger, though, theatre was largely in the domain of UC’s College of Arts & Sciences.

The Absolute Best Way to Celebrate Your Team

The holiday season is just around the corner and it is that time of the year to commemorate all of those people who have helped make your business great! What better way to express your gratitude and celebrate the year’s success than to hold a fantastic celebration with incredible food and beverage serviced by a team dedicated to making your event a sensation? The team at Oasis Conference Center is dedicated to doing just that.

Serving Clients Better Through A Professional Collaboration

Horter Investment Management, which in 2018 has grown to manage over $1.3 billion in assets, has forged a new alliance with CPA-Plus Network. In an interview with Drew Horter, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Horter Investment Management, Horter talks about this alliance.

Miranda Glaser + Joseph Nickell

Philanthropy Lies at the Heart of Human Greatness V3

Skystone Partners believes that philanthropy lies at the heart of human greatness. Committed to philanthropy and to expanding its influence here and around the world, we look at fundraising as a noble profession. As such, our role as consultants is to help nonprofit organizations increase their value to society through philanthropy. In addition to arts and cultural organizations, we establish partnerships with civic and community organizations, colleges and universities, hospitals and other health agencies, and social service organizations, and many other nonprofits.

The Future of the Arts Gala coming January 25, 2019

Attracting & Retaining Talent

Business owners face significant challenges in attracting and retaining the talent they need to continue growing their business; historic lows in unemployment, fierce competition for top talent, and high employee and candidate expectations are just a few. A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report1 summed it up best when it reported 6.7 million job openings to just 6.4 million available workers to fill them.

The Future Is Bright

Formerly ArchitectsPlus, Luminaut is a company specializing in architecture and design in Cincinnati, Ohio. Luminaut is celebrating their new brand and looking to the bright future ahead.

Restaurant L

Hailing from Paris, France, Restaurant L’s Chef Jean-Robert de Cavel draws upon his praised talents and unique styles to deliver to his clientele meals that he hopes will be much more than just food.

The Art of Inspiration

The Summit, a recently opened, top of the line Wyndham property in Madisonville, is ready to meet every need for your upcoming meetings, conferences, trade shows and business events. At the Summit you will find 19 meeting rooms and 32,600 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor meeting space outfitted with state-of-the-art technology and ergonomic furniture. Meeting rooms are filled with natural light from floor to ceiling windows. The best of business is conducted in the most conducive environment. The Summit offers intimate, well decorated venues for 10 or fewer people up to dynamic, engaging space for groups of 380, configured grand ballroom style for galas and award dinners or spread out through pre-event space for trade shows and multi-function conferences.

Philanthropy Lies at the Heart of Human Greatness V2

Skystone Partners believes that philanthropy lies at the heart of human greatness. Committed to philanthropy and to expanding its influence here and around the world, we look at fundraising as a noble profession. As such, our role as consultants is to help nonprofit organizations increase their value to society through philanthropy. In addition to arts and cultural organizations, we establish partnerships with civic and community organizations, colleges and universities, hospitals and other health agencies, and social service organizations, and many other nonprofits.

Pink Is Crazy Beautiful

It’s one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest afternoon fundraisers. And with multi-platinum pop artist Andy Grammer headlining the 17th Annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Duke Energy Convention Center Grand Ballroom, it’s sure to be another magnificent event. Hosted by the Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund (CCPF), the luncheon and its proceeds support the many Pink Ribbon Programs so integral to providing compassionate care, pro-active breast health education and support for area women diagnosed with breast cancer.

STEM Girls

Young women often have a difficult time envisioning themselves in STEM careers because women are drastically under-represented in those fields, particularly in engineering and computer science, Martin says. According to the Economics and Statistics Administration (2011), although 47 percent of the overall workforce and 60 percent of college graduates are women, they hold fewer than 25 percent of STEM jobs. And, if women are under-represented in STEM fields, women of color are even more underrepresented, Martin notes. She hopes The STEM Girls program, with its diverse following (50 percent of participants are young women of color), will inspire more young women of color to pursue STEM careers.

Chocolate: The Exhibition is Here!

I don’t know about you, but just knowing I have a secret stash of chocolate lifts my spirits.

A Polished Reboot

When a new ownership group took over the Cincinnati Reds in 2006, Great American Ball Park was just 3 years old.

Celebrating 50 Seasons of Music, Dance, Memories and More

When Carmon DeLeone observed his 25th season as Music Director for Cincinnati Ballet, much excitement ensued. Hardy congratulations and best wishes on reaching such an impressive anniversary abounded.

Building an Artistic Home for the Future

Homeowners can purchase generic tile from a local big-box store, or they can visit Rookwood Pottery for a work-of-art architectural tile installation that adds timeless style to their home.

Fashion Takes Flight

All Fun, No Hassle Seas the Day

If life is better on a boat, imagine having regular access to a fleet of boats at an affordable cost of entry, and no service or storage fees.

Beautiful by Design

Unique and special-order pieces in a beautiful showroom – that’s what the co-founder of Hoffman & Albers Interiors set out to offer the Greater Cincinnati area 24 years ago.

A New Season for Artful Living

Spring is the perfect time for a fresh start, and indigenous craft gallery is throwing open the doors on its new space. Less than a mile away from the original O’Bryonville gallery, which opened in 2006, the new location in East Walnut Hills sparkles with tall windows, high ceilings and new art and artists to discover.

Learning through Play

The Duke Energy Children’s Museum is celebrating 20 years of providing children and their families a legacy of fun and learning.

The Absolutely Best Location for Your Wedding

Two hearts becoming one in matrimonial bliss is one of the most incredible experiences a couple can share. The celebration of that event should be handled with unparalleled devotion and care.

Spring for a New Look

Spring is a great time for a home refresh. Jill Koch, interior designer with Designs on Madison, an interior design firm in East Walnut Hills, says when winter is finally over, “sprucing up the house brings excitement for the warm weather approaching.”

JDRF Cincinnatian of the Year Gala

Raising $3.7M at a nonprofit fundraising gala is a big deal, and doesn't happen often, but JDRF Southwest Ohio achieved just that this past Saturday, May 12 at its Cincinnatian of the Year Gala.

Embracing Cincinnati's Cultural Renaissance

As Cincinnati Opera embarks on its 98th season, it seems everything old is new again.

A New Brand of Hospitality

The brand-new Summit Hotel brings a special kind of hospitality to Cincinnati. As the first property opened under the Dolce name since Wyndham purchased the brand in 2015, The Summit has been carefully and thoughtfully designed to nourish the needs of both guests and locals from the ground up.

Cinco de Mayo at ATC

Check out these photos from the Cinco de Mayo party at ATC!

TCT AUDITION CASTING NOTICE for SUPERMAN™ and Santa Claus: The Musical

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCT) is holding auditions in May for the first two MainStage productions of the 18-19 season!

Rediscovering Rookwood in a Contemporary Setting

Most people in these parts know the story of the groundbreaking Rookwood Pottery Company, founded in the late 19th century, and its revival in Over-the-Rhine over a decade ago. What many may not be aware of is how the reinvented company is creatively influencing contemporary designs, integrating its historic architectural tiles.

Freedom Center Welcomes New President

As a place where people can speak freely and have constructive dialogue, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is vital, says the center’s new president, Dion Brown. “Given the challenges our society is facing, this institution is more relevant than ever in bringing diverse points of view together.”

Hotel Covington Hires New Chef

Hotel Covington, the hotel on Madison Avenue that is built on a sense of place, has hired a new chef.

Rookwood Pottery Debuts a New Website and a ‘Motherload’ of Gift Ideas

Rookwood Pottery’s annual Spring Open House moves to Mother’s Day Weekend with online releases and in-store exclusives

Contemporary Meets Comfort

Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams had a few goals in mind when they brought their namesake store to the Cincinnati market: filling the striking, two-story space with furnishings consumers won’t find anywhere else, and introducing the local area to the chain’s trademark focus on comfort.

Celebrating Culture and Commerce with 7th Annual Diwali Gala

The Indian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky (IACC) celebrated its 7th Annual Diwali Gala Dinner on November 4, 2017. The evening included a cultural immersion into the celebration of Diwali. Lanterns, bright colors, henna, traditional dress, food, a Queen City Treasure Chest raffle and dance performances flooded the evening. Inspirational speeches from Mr. Bob Coughlin, CEO of Paycor, and Mr. Mahendra Vora, Chairman of Vora Ventures, engaged the 300 guests. Key business leaders, other chamber leadership, Indian professionals and elected officials were in attendance.

More of Broadway's Best Headed for Cincinnati in 2018

Broadway In Cincinnati, the theatrical organization that draws the most people to see live theater each year in the tri-state area, continues to bring first-class, New York-quality touring musicals to the Aronoff Center in 2018.

Demonstrate, Fascinate and Educate

Hanson Audio Video’s new retail showroom in Montgomery has been carefully designed to provide an exciting and dramatic experience that will WOW you. But beyond that, the intent is education through demonstration.

Art and Inspiration

An opportunity to see one of the largest privately owned African-American art and history collections is just one reason to visit Cincinnati’s National Underground Railroad Freedom Center this winter.

Contemporary Fashion

Capturing upcoming spring trends with a variety of materials and vibrant color.

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents Madagascar: A Musical Adventure

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati presents MADAGASCAR: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE February 10-19, 2018 at the Taft Theatre. Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip, hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto the Taft Theatre stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime.

Timeless Art, Affordable Tiles

Think you know everything there is to know about Rookwood Pottery? Think again.

Where You Celebrate Life

Enjoying the hospitality of a sincere and seasoned host leaves us fed and fulfilled. Their warm welcome, the flowers in the vase, the lighting just so. As the aromas waft over the gathering of friends, they mix with the music and conversation. Everything testifies to all their hard work and preparation, creativity and care. When the meal is served, relished, we understand we are participating in something very special.

Music Comes Home

It’s a homecoming over a decade in the making. Murmurs about a major renovation of Music Hall started stirring many years ago, with community leaders prompting discussions as to the most effective way to ensure one of Cincinnati’s most beloved buildings would remain part of the city’s cultural life for generations to come. Murmurs eventually blossomed into action, and in December 2015 crews broke ground on the first phase of construction.

So Much More Than a View

Venue Magazine sits down with Chanaka De Lanerolle of The Celestial to talk about the restaurant and what makes it one of the premier dining spots in Cincinnati.

Preserving Queen City Memories One Ceramic at a Time

Since reopening, Rookwood Pottery Company has restored its legacy as a world-renowned ceramics company. Now, the legendary local business is partnering to preserve its history, as well as Cincinnati’s, through commemorative art tiles, ornaments and other ceramic pieces.

Every Picture Tells a Story

Capturing the unique story behind every photograph continues to drive the success of Bambino International, a Cincinnati leader in artistic vision for 20 years.

African-American Art & History Intersect at the Freedom Center

After 10 years, the “Kinsey African-American Art & History Collection” is coming back to Cincinnati. The exhibit, which starts November 4 and stretches through the new year at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, is one of the largest private collections of art and artifacts illuminating the black experience in America.

An Event Venue with a Mission

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center offers an exclusive experience for anyone looking for an event venue. It has hosted a variety of events from political rallies to galas, from wedding ceremonies and receptions to business meetings, from educational programs to family reunions.

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents Cinderella

For the holidays, The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati presents CINDERELLA December 9-18, 2017 at the Taft Theatre. This isn’t your mother’s (or your grandmother’s) Cinderella. Boys as well as girls will love all of the audience participation, side-splitting humor, and outlandish characters in this classic fairytale set to popular music.

Transferring the Keys to Success

After working for the City of Blue Ash for 34 years, Barb Griffin will retire as general manager of the Cooper Creek Event Center in October and turn over the responsibilities to Josh Hettinger.

Why I'm Turning in My Birthday Diva Crown

I am having a birthday epiphany. It literally feels like the dawning of some sort of new Aquarius … I am turning in my Birthday Diva crown.

Pardon the Dust: A Holiday Tradition Continues, Despite a Historic Restoration

An annual visit to Cincinnati Museum Center’s popular holiday train display and a festively decorated Union Terminal is a highly anticipated part of many local family traditions.

More than Just Spectacular Fireworks

As more than a half-million people celebrated the end-of-summer ritual of fun, family and friends at Riverfest, they might not know that Western & Southern/WEBN fireworks is also building our community and lending a hand to Cincinnatians who might need a little extra help.

Walk the Runway

Contemporary Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has won international acclaim as one of the most visionary designers of the 21st century. Van Herpen takes fashion into the future.

Home Grown

It’s rare and profound when we can learn from artists and craftspeople firsthand, face-to-face, in this day of instant information and delivery by drone.

Observing Fall Fashions

The Longworth-Anderson Series

The Longworth-Anderson Series, which launched in February by the nonprofit Cincinnati Memorial Hall Society, is enjoying great success. With each of its first four concerts having achieved sold-out audiences, the Series appears to be quickly finding a place in Cincinnati’s crowded entertainment calendar.

From Burgers to Buffet to Fine Dining, Chef Josh Cooks up Food and Fun

“Chef Josh,” as he’s known, credits his family – and especially his grandmothers – for his love of food that led to his career. Family means a lot to Miragliotta. He grew up in a large Italian family that gathered every Sunday when he was a kid to share food and fun. Now, Miragliotta oversees all culinary operations at Belterra Park. That includes five restaurants: Burger Brothers, Favorites Steak & Pasta, Market Buffet, Nosh and Stadium Sports Bar & Grill.

For the Love of Opera

If it were up to Dr. Beatriz Porras, a local dermatologist, people of all ages and from all walks of life would have an opportunity to attend an opera and experience its awe-inspiring magic.

Teak Thai Cuisine

On the top of the hill in historic Mount Adams, Thai food lovers will find Teak Thai Cuisine, an authentic Thai restaurant where you can sample steamed dumplings, hot and sour shrimp soup, noodle-only dishes and house specials such as Thai seafood vermicelli in green curry sauce or classic ginger fish.

Introducing the Cincinnati Concours d'Elegance

Concours d’Elegance celebrated its 40th year on June 11th at the city’s historic Ault Park. This world-class event brings together collector car enthusiasts from around the country to see some of the best and rarest automobiles and motorcycles ever built.

Immedion Keeps the Western & Southern Open Always On

From infrastructure support and management to on premise networking, Cincinnati Tennis relies on Immedion's data center and managed services to keep the Western & Southern Open always on.

Grace ... Space ... Pace

For Rich Frantz, it started in the 1960s as a college kid when he got a MGB Roadster, then a Triumph TR6. Years later, Frantz stumbled on a beat-up ’69 Jaguar XKE. And he was hooked.

The Excitement of Broadway Close to Home

The neon lights are bright on, well, the Aronoff Center, where Broadway comes to Cincinnati each year through the popular Broadway in Cincinnati series. The 2017-2018 season promises to delight audiences once again with an exciting mix of beloved classics, critically acclaimed Broadway hits and shows that will appeal to all ages.

The Diverse Nature of Prime Cincinnati

Cincinnati offers a vast array of dining choices. Cuisines from distant cultures appear with increased frequency along with new versions of familiar classics. A standout among these choices, located in the heart of the arts and business center of the city, is privately owned and independent Prime Cincinnati.

Iconic Pictures, Bold Premieres

The 2016-17 Cincinnati Ballet season featured a yearlong, thrilling 20th anniversary celebration of artistic director Victoria Morgan. For those who think the following season might call for a bit of a rest, think again. In classic Morgan fashion, she “can’t wait to dig into” the exciting 2017-18 season.

Hospital Show Choir Hits Happy, Healthy Notes with Employees, Patients, Arts Community

The positive notes resonating from The Christ Hospital’s 12-member show choir, 98.6 Degrees, continue to benefit hospital employees, patients and the local arts community. Competing in the annual CincySings competition, the group took the top spot in the Grand Champion and Fan Favorite categories earlier this year.

Exhibition Showcases American Folk Art

The Cincinnati Art Museum proudly presents “A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America,” a fun, colorful exhibition with wide audience appeal, June 10-September 3.

Your Mind Is Playing Tricks on You

“We want to change the way people think about the way they think,” says Ryan Wynett, learning lab specialist at the “Open Your Mind: Understanding Implicit Bias” exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

The Art of the Force

The Force is now with the Queen City. On May 25, the Smithsonian traveling exhibition, “Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume” arrived at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.

Cincinnatians with a Heart

This spring, a group of Cincinnatians with a heart for our city came together for a unique fundraising event to benefit CityLink Center.

Now You See It. Now You Don't.

A major feature of homes today is the enhancement of sound, video, lighting, temperature and physical environment. Advances of the last 20 years have provided greater ability to control our environment, to choreograph our activities from when we wake up until when we turn in. We can even control our homes remotely from our smartphone.

An Interview with Todd Kelly

Todd Kelly, Executive Chef and Director of Food & Beverage at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, is responsible for creating the distinct menu for Orchids at Palm Court, The Grille at Palm Court and The Bar at Palm Court.

jon jon’s BBQ

Although John and Shannon Cleghorn never envisioned a food truck as the answer to their prayers, they stepped forward in faith and are now building a thriving business and a special team as well through jon jons BBQ and Catering.

Dilly. Bistro, Bar and Bottle Shop

Dilly has been a Mariemont neighborhood gem since it opened 34 years ago. Owner Chuck Warinner is excited to reveal the ​bistro, bar & bottle shop’s recent renovation, Dilly’s first major facelift since 1996.

Trio Bistro

A history of consistent high quality and service; contemporary, fresh and innovative. Thats what Trio Bistro offers its guests seven days a week.

When Volunteers Work as a Family

Nearly 31,000 people in the Greater Cincinnati area live with type 1 diabetes, which makes finding a cure vital. The JDRF Southwest Ohio chapter is committed to funding that cure, and as a result has experienced several consecutive years of record-breaking fundraising success.

Derby Day at Belterra Park

Where will you be May 6 when the bugler blows the Call to Post for the 143rd running of Kentucky Derby?