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The Story of “Stuff”: The Beaded Trees

One of the great things about being Jewish is the high holidays. Specifically the Jewish New Year.The way I see it, if your hopes, dreams and resolutions didn’t quite happen January 1st…we get another “stab” at it nine months later when the Jewish calendar dictates the date of Rosh Hashanah…the Jewish New Year. Actually quite brilliant.
Wed, Oct 05, 2016

How to Ride the Waves of Market Volatility

Investing hard-earned savings can be a daunting process filled with anxiety for many households, especially when planning for retirement, the kids’ college educations or both. The same feelings can also describe choosing a firm to handle a family’s financial future in an often volatile market. When looking for help, Josh Deeter, the president of Deeter Advisory Group, suggests counting the number of times you want to meet face-to-face with your advisor and doing research to get a clear overview of the firm.
Fri, Sep 30, 2016

Under Development

The University of Cincinnati has been criticized for its lack of diversity but efforts are in the works to change the face of the university.
Fri, Sep 23, 2016

Teeing Off for Sight

It’s not just another golf outing. Teeing Off For Sight, the Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation’s annual fundraiser, netted more than $30,000 this year, and that money will help underwrite three current free eye clinics and one new one slated to open in August.
Thu, Sep 22, 2016

Transforming Faces

There are worse things to have to do for a living than cover actor Josh Hutcherson’s tattoos. All in a day’s work for Jodi Byrne, a professional makeup artist in Cincinnati.
Mon, Sep 19, 2016

Everything Old is New Again

Sterling Homes, WentzDesign & Designs on Madison
Close to Ault Park, three beautiful houses sit on 1.3 acres, capping a tree-lined, dead-end street. Built in 2015 by Sterling Homes, a local custom builder, the houses are just an example of a rise in Greater Cincinnati’s infill market – taking unused, underused or dilapidated lots in an existing neighborhood and revitalizing it with newer homes or structures.
Fri, Sep 16, 2016

A Passion for Technology

Tracy Ruberg, executive director of The Circuit, has been passionate about technology for as long as she can remember. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to use my years of technology experience to make a difference in the marketplace for businesses, schools and organizations,” says Ruberg. Ruberg believes The Circuit will continue to be a vital resource for the region.
Thu, Sep 15, 2016

JORDAN DALTON, WIFE OF ANDY DALTON, TO HOST ANNUAL BUNCO TOURNAMENT AT THE TRANSEPT – THURSDAY, OCT. 13

Event proceeds benefit the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation
Jordan Dalton, wife of Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton, will host her annual Bunco Tournament at the Transept on Thursday, October 13. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, which seeks to provide opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families in the Greater Cincinnati area through programs like the Pass It On Fund.
Wed, Sep 14, 2016

Diverse by Design

When Jacki Purcell took an internship position with Northwestern Mutual – Orlando in 2010, she knew she was starting a job where she would help people build wealth, protect their wealth, plan and pursue their passions. What she didn’t know was she was starting a career where she had the ability to change a community.
Mon, Sep 12, 2016

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