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Do What You Love, and You'll Never Work a Day in Your Life

As a longtime resident of Cincinnati and a 36-year veteran of the real estate industry, giving back to and strengthening our local communities has always been a high priority for Janet Davis.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015

Allen Zaring on Why to Start a Foundation

The Zaring family believes the small amount of time and expense of operating a private foundation is worthwhile. It's an effective way to meet philanthropic goals and encourages family unity and civic responsibility.
Mon, Mar 02, 2015

Notes from the Haitian Islands

At one point in his life, Mark Curnette was a successful journalist for the Cincinnati Enquirer. Yet his profound commitment to justice led him to work for aid groups in Haiti. Ten years of notes form the basis of his book on the lives the Haitian people.
Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Children's Home Changes Led by a Family of Leaders and Listeners

Founded in 1864, The Children’s Home was first a shelter for the abandoned youth of Cincinnati. We trace its history from this initial mission to its present efforts to adapt to a new healthcare landscape, and get an inside look at how the board works. Check it out!
Thu, Feb 26, 2015

Lytle Park and Beyond

Western & Southern Financial Group's efforts to revitalize Lytle Park are just one aspect of a larger plan to make Cincinnati the finest city in the country. If you've been out downtown lately, you know its efforts are paying off in a big way.
Fri, Feb 20, 2015

UC Health’s West Chester Hospital

Why is West Chester Hospital one of the fastest growing hospitals in America? According to its CEO, it's all about creating that proverbial "continuum of care." But what exactly is a "continuum of care"? We found out.
Fri, Feb 20, 2015

A New Holistic Approach to Child Health

Adaptation is nothing new for The Children's Home. Now, it's looking to offer integrated, holistic services in an effort to adjust to a value-based, not volume-based, model of healthcare.
Thu, Feb 19, 2015

The Past and Future of Christ Hospital

Last year, The Christ Hospital Health Network turned 125. As it looks to a healthcare industry in transition, the premiere institution hopes to continue its record of excellence.
Thu, Feb 19, 2015

Students Exemplify Strengths of CPS Initiatives

The price of a college degree is incredibly high and high schoolers often graduate unprepared. There's both a preparation and an expectations gap. Now, Cincinnati Public Schools is doing something about it.
Thu, Feb 19, 2015

Burgers and Business: The Recipe behind Flipdaddy’s’ Success

Flipdaddy’s Brilliant Burgers and Craft Beer Bar is on a roll. It's focusing on freshness and using community resources while growing its brand around the region. Watch out, this delicious hole-in-the-wall burger joint could soon be a national sensation.
Wed, Feb 18, 2015

Dragonfly Foundation Announces $15 Million Campaign for New Facility

The Dragonfly Foundation has partnered with private firms to create a unique plan for its future facility, which will provide subsidized short-term housing for patients and families of patients enduring cancer and bone marrow transplants.
Mon, Feb 16, 2015

Fast Pitch: Millennials Giving Back to the Community

On February 11, 2015 at Memorial Hall, eight nonprofits took the stage to compete for $30,000 in unrestircted grants and scholarships at Fast Pitch. The event offered millennials a fast and fun opportunity to connect with philanthropies that help the community.
Thu, Feb 12, 2015

Building Cincinnati's Reputation

Jake Warm, CEO of JDL Warm Construction, talks the 2014 redevelopment of Mabley Place and puts it in the context of an increasingly revitalized local economy.
Thu, Feb 12, 2015

The Journey of Dave Phillips

Dave Phillips’ still-unfolding legacy of leadership is written across Cincinnati. LEAD Cincinnati profiles the indefatigable co-founder of Cincinnati Works and former CEO of Downtown Cincinnati Inc.
Mon, Feb 09, 2015

Bob McDonald on Innovation in Greater Cincinnati

Greater Cincinnati has built its reputation as a hot-bed of entrepreneurial innovation by providing aspiring entrepreneurs with all the building blocks, infrastructure and support they need.
Fri, Feb 06, 2015

A 135-Year-Old Startup

What do you think when you think of a startup? Something new and glitzy and crowdsourced, right? Well, it turns out that a startup doesn't have to be that at all. In fact, it can be something as simple as a business that just wants to make pottery again.
Thu, Feb 05, 2015

Providing A Valuable "Kinnection" to Veterans

Life after military service can be challenging. Luckily, organizations like Veteran Kinnection are popping up with the goal of helping these service veterans transition into their communities.
Thu, Feb 05, 2015