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The Pre-Marital Road Trip Test

Being the Jewish mother that I am—I seriously didn’t want my 19 year old son (also the baby of the family) to drive 14 hours alone. Better he should fly to soccer pre-camp in New Hampshire. Better that I drive his car and meet him in Amherst.
Thu, Sep 08, 2016

Mitchell’s makes a Mother’s Day

When Klepak’s daughter, Brittany Adams, saw the post about the makeover contest, she nominated her mother right away. Her entry focused on Klepak’s dedication to being a mother despite her own loss. “She’s always putting everyone’s needs and feelings ahead of her own. She’s been a single, independent mother to myself, my brother and my sister all our lives. She is a true inspiration in my life and to her grandchildren.”
Thu, Sep 08, 2016

Venue and Lead Magazine Present the John F. Barrett Entrepreneur Vision Awards Class of 2016

Tue, Sep 06, 2016

Collaborative Healthcare Benefits Patients and Providers

Dr. Lenchitz became a primary care physician (PCP) after realizing he wanted to treat patients more comprehensively and develop closer doctor-patient relationships.
Thu, Sep 01, 2016

Health IT Security Class at The Health Collaborative

Are you concerned about how to manage your organization’s health IT privacy and security needs? Leaving these concerns unaddressed can lead to adverse consequences for your organization or your clients. The Health Collaborative can help.
Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Corporate Event Spaces With A View

People want to be in Cincinnati because it is a cultured and diverse destination for residents and visitors. From Over-the-Rhine to the downtown riverfront, there is a friendly and walkable cityscape waiting to be discovered.
Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Despair

City Gospel Mission has played a large role in alleviating poverty in Greater Cincinnati for many years. In 2012, JobsPlus Employment Network joined with them to unite their missions to serve the community as they aim to “break the cycle of poverty and despair … one life at a time.”
Tue, Aug 30, 2016

Brent Degenhardt of City Wide Maintenance of Cincinnati Awarded Special Honor

Brent Degenhardt, president of City Wide Maintenance of Cincinnati, has recently been inducted into the Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) Class of 2017 by Impact Northern Kentucky, a nonprofit of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Mon, Aug 29, 2016

Go. Stay. Go. No Stay! Saying Goodbye to Your Adult Children

Is it ever easy to say goodbye, no matter how old your children are? Sometimes I am the first to admit I wish they would take their stuff and their mess and go… I am sick of looking at their moldy Tupperware in the refrigerator! But, I am not talking about temporary visits on school breaks. I am talking about when they leave. When they really leave. When they really say goodbye. It is the grown up version of how I felt when I dropped them at overnight summer camp for the first time. That feeling of “when will I get the first letter?” No matter how old my kids get (or how old I get), saying goodbye is simply damn hard.
Thu, Aug 25, 2016

Eliminating Malaria Worldwide and Genetic Breast Cancer in the Next Five Years

Are You Kidding?
One of eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. At least 15 to 20 percent of these women will have genetic or heredofamilial breast cancer. What if we can use gene editing to eliminate breast cancers?
Tue, Aug 23, 2016

Groundbreaking Growth

Horter Investment Management, LLC, a $1B asset firm, has expanded to more than 250 investment advisor representatives and more than 100 additional investment advisor representatives with 50 independent advisory firms.
Mon, Aug 22, 2016

White Cake and Other Lessons on a Second Marriage

I might not be the expert on relationship advice, but I am definitely willing to share some of my insights into the unknown world of second marriages post 50. After all, saying it “out loud” helps me remember too!
Thu, Aug 18, 2016

Reinforcing Our Community through Advocacy, Education & Compassion

U.S. Bank is devoted to Cincinnati and all its promise through enriching business and community relationships. The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank provides investment, trust, banking and planning services for its clients and its advisors serve on numerous boards of community organizations in Greater Cincinnati. Those organizations receive donations, grants, scholarships and hands-on volunteer help from U.S. Bank leadership and employees. In 2015, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided $53 million in grants and contributions to nonprofit organizations. Community sponsorships and U.S. Bank employees gave 255,000 hours of volunteer time.
Tue, Aug 16, 2016

Music and Food, A Carousel and the River

The Tasty Ingredients for Gourmet Melodies - A Benefit for Hospice of Cincinnati
Benjamin Luckhaupt is one of countless people in the Tri-State who have been touched by the work of Hospice of Cincinnati. As a young child, Luckhaupt remembers saying his goodbyes to his grandmother when she was cared for at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash.
Thu, Aug 11, 2016

The Future of Gaming

In 2014, you might be surprised by the event that sold out the Staples Center in Los Angeles and attracted more than 32 million viewers. It was 10 guys in front of computers playing a video game. Electronic competitive gaming – eSports – is responsible for epic draws of gamers and their fans.
Wed, Aug 10, 2016

Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati & Mercedes-Benz of West Chester: Supporting the Community to Build a Better Cincinnati

Mercedes-Benz of West Chester collaborates with community organizations such as The Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty, Kindervelt, Outdoor Adventure Clubs of Greater Cincinnati, and The Dragonfly Foundation to help support and improve Cincinnati.
Tue, Aug 09, 2016

Congratulations to the Winners of our 2016 Healthcare Leadership Awards

Fri, Aug 05, 2016