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Students Thrive in a Nurturing Yet Empowering Environment

The staff at McNicholas High School has a highly personalized approach to education. “We are focused on trying to help our kids develop good critical thinking skills that they can take out into the world,” says Shannon Kapp, the school’s director of marketing and communications.
Wed, Dec 04, 2019

Starting High School ‘Solo’: It Takes Courage

The leap from eighth grade to high school can be challenging, especially if you are the only one of your friends choosing to attend a particular school as part of your continuing educational journey. The teachers and staff at St. Ursula Academy, however, in recognition of the bravery it takes for students to do something different from the rest of their classmates, have developed a group – aptly named The Brave Ones – to support those students venturing into high school solo, so to speak.
Wed, Dec 04, 2019

The Perfect Private Proposal Sarah Carter & Steve Baum

On her first date with Steve Baum, Sarah Carter learned that she had graduated with two of Steve’s cousins. “Such a small world,” says Sarah. “Little did I know I’d become family with them someday!”
Tue, Nov 26, 2019

Getting Transparent About Invisible Braces

Clear aligner technology – meaning transparent, plastic dental braces – exploded onto the orthodontic scene in the early 2000s when California-based medical-device company Align Technology poured millions of dollars into television ads for their product Invisalign. Consumer interest skyrocketed for this “invisible” replacement to traditional metal braces. And, by 2001, it was reported that three quarters of orthodontists in the United States and Canada had received training on the Invisalign system.
Tue, Nov 26, 2019

Pinochle, Board Games Winning Residents’ Hearts

For many of us, playing card or board games with family and friends is one of our fondest childhood memories. For residents at Twin Lakes Senior Living Community in Montgomery, such activities have become more than a nostalgic pastime, however. Pinochle, Hand and Foot, Dominoes, Sequence, Rummikub– on just about any day of the week, you’ll find areas filled with residents enjoying the socializing opportunities as well as the cognitive benefits these games offer.
Tue, Nov 26, 2019

Poised to Reopen Renovated Spaces Await Marjorie P. Lee Residents

By the end of 2019, Episcopal Retirement Services will complete the $20M Marjorie P. Lee Master Plan renovation, and their modernized long-term care apartments are now open. Families will find that spacious rooms, privacy, and the right level of care make all the difference for their loved ones.
Fri, Nov 22, 2019

A Hyper-Curated Holiday Shopping Experience

Check out our Tuke Bazaar event taking place at Khaki's in Hyde Park Square on November 21-22.
Wed, Nov 20, 2019

Building the Continuum of Care at Cedar Village

Cedar Village Senior Living is a community that seniors from all walks of life can be happy to call home. As a full-service community providing seniors the ability to age in place, Cedar Village offers independent living, assisted living, rehabilitation programs, memory support, long-term care and skilled nursing.
Wed, Nov 20, 2019

Former Military Leader Shared “Leaders: Myth and Reality” with More than 800 Attendees at NEW Cincinnati Fall 2019 Learning Event

General Stanley McChrystal, Four-Star U.S. Army General (retired) and Co-Founder of The McChrystal Group, was the keynote presenter at the NEW Cincinnati 2019 Fall Learning Event on October 30, 2019. He shared his experiences on efficient and effective leadership developed throughout his years of experience leading U.S. Army forces and as the former commander of the premier military counter-terrorism force, Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). General McChrystal co-founded the McChrystal Group in 2010 with the mission to deliver innovative leadership solutions to businesses to help them transform and succeed in challenging and dynamic environments.
Tue, Nov 19, 2019

John F. Barrett Entrepreneur Vision Awards 2019

Western & Southern Financial Group is passionate about the Cincinnati entrepreneur community. We are excited to once again partner with Venue and the Entrepreneurs’ Organization of Cincinnati to recognize entrepreneurs who have demonstrated that something special that makes Cincinnati a great place to call home.
Mon, Nov 18, 2019

CAR-T: The Most Exciting Breakthrough in Cancer Treatment Since Chemotherapy

“This is an exciting time to be in cancer care. We are at the forefront of what is looking to go down in history as a revolutionary new approach to cancer treatment,” said Miguel Islas-Ohlmayer, MD, a medical oncologist, hematologist, and blood and marrow transplant specialist at OHC.
Fri, Nov 15, 2019

To the Moon & Back

Full confession: I am pounding out this story in the pre-dawn hours while jammin’ to Ol’ Blue Eyes’ iconic version of “Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)” on Spotify. Over and over. As loud as my little purple laptop will allow. Fortunately for my apartment neighbors, I’m rockin’ my matching purple earbuds, too. But I digress. Did you know Spotify sports a Moon Tunes playlist of songs compiled by NASA’s Third Rock Radio in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing?
Wed, Nov 13, 2019

Entwined: Great Art & Technology

The Taft Museum of Art is currently home to what can best be described as a unique fantasy experience, brought to life by world-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty. Dougherty, skillfully combining carpentry and his artistic vision with his signature love of nature, took six tons of willow tree saplings – and with the assistance of 150 community volunteers – twisted and turned them into what is described as “whimsical, whirling shapes.” Located on the Taft’s front lawn, visitors, to their delight, were encouraged to touch the enchanting large-scale sculpture as they walked through it.
Wed, Nov 13, 2019

A Second Family: A Home Away from Home in Trying Times

This summer Dragonfly has been seen busily readying its new residence five blocks from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The historic Hauck-Heine house at 506 Oak Street is the The Dragonfly Foundation’s new headquarters. Created nine years ago by co-founders Christine Nietzke, President, and Ria Davidson, Vice President, Dragonfly helps pediatric cancer patients and their families find strength, courage and joy.
Mon, Nov 11, 2019

Transforming the African American Male Narrative

If the world never pictures you as successful, how do you possibly grasp the idea of success or even begin to pursue it? Likewise, if you are not honored, how can you live a life of honor? Two exhibits currently displayed at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) – “MEN OF CHANGE: POWER. TRIUMPH. TRUTH.” and “King Me” – examine men of color and the integral, life-transforming issue of self-perception.
Mon, Nov 11, 2019

Fall 2019 Venue Magazine Release Party at Hanson AV

Mon, Nov 11, 2019

Save the Date: Feb. 4, 2020

‘Open Your Heart’ Valentine’s Dinner to Benefit Stepping Stones
Stepping Stones supporters will enjoy a heart-warming evening at the agency’s Open Your Heart dinner on Tuesday, Feb. 4 at Eddie Merlot’s restaurant in Montgomery.
Fri, Nov 01, 2019