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An Interview with Julia Wesselkamper

Cincinnati Realtor Julia Wesselkamper has earned hundreds of professional titles and accolades, including the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors (CABR) Circle of Excellence and Ohio Association of Realtors (OAR) President Sales Club Award. With the highest ranking female team and one of the highest average selling prices in the city, it’s easy to see why former and current clients alike appreciate Wesselkamper’s willingness to stop at nothing to meet their real estate goals.

Painting with Glass

The Cincinnati Art Museum is hosting an exquisite exhibition, “Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light,” that focuses on the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios.

Event Pics: Emerging Business Awards

Playful Nostalgia: The Spring 2016 Fashion Shoot by Venue Magazine

The spring fashion shoot was inspired by dynamic looks from the 1960s and 1970s.

The Power of X

The Xavier University student pledge reads, in part, “We will succeed in changing the world together. We act with integrity, justice and generosity. All for One and One for All.”

FASHION: Venue Magazine Presents 'From Miss to Mrs.'

Nicole Chinuntdet, Wings Model Management, rocked the latest looks from Amanda's Hyde Park Bridal and Carrie Karibo Bridal Boutique for the winter issue of Venue.

Home for the Holidays

“Home for the Holidays” is more than just a phrase at the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House. Families from throughout Ohio, across the United States, and from around the world come to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center seeking life-saving treatment for their critically ill children.

The Long Drive Home

On January 10, 1962, Ed Neyra didn’t much like Cincinnati. He had just gotten off a plane on a cold, snowy day under a trademark leaden, gray Ohio Valley winter sky.

Building the Perfect Exhibition

“The Art of the Brick” is an exhibit that appeals to every demographic because it focuses on a childhood toy everyone of certain generations has played with: LEGO bricks.

Celebrating 40 Years and Beyond

West Chester and Liberty Townships are two unique communities ideally positioned between Cincinnati and Dayton, offering a different side of the Queen City experience – a side of which many residents might not be aware.

Not Just a Job

Dan Connors has worked for St. Joseph Home as vice president of operations for 3 years, and knows well the demand the job he’s stepping into brings. But, for him, St. Joseph Home isn’t just a job – the residents and staff at St. Joseph Home have become an extension of his family.

Flora, Fauna, Fashion and 'A Lady with a Unicorn'

“Sublime Beauty: Raphael’s Portrait of a Lady with a Unicorn” epitomizes Raphael’s excellence in female portraiture during his Florentine period. On a rare trip outside of Italy, the piece is coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall.

Wealth Management and Asset Protection

It’s imperative that investors have the information they need to make good choices with their money. LEAD Magazine sat down with many of the best wealth management firms in Greater Cincinnati to hear what they had to say about how best to look forward and plan for both the best and the worst of economic times.

Putting Cincinnati’s Future to Work

In the four years since DePaul Cristo Rey High School opened its doors, it has significantly shaped the lives of Cincinnati’s youth, spreading hope and ambition throughout the community..

A Familiar Yet Timeless Tale

It’s a tale that feels familiar to everyone: A Shakespearean-like story of star-crossed lovers and inevitable heartache is coming to the Aronoff Center Oct. 23 and 24. Lady of the Camellias will take the stage by storm, featuring choreography by Val Caniparoli and the Frédéric Chopin music performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.