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Learning to Read, Reading to Learn

There are few gifts better than the ability to read, and the teachers at Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) are working tirelessly to make sure every student in their care is given that gift. Together with community organizations in a respected partnership model, CPS is making sure students can learn to read and read to learn.

The Cincinnati-Dayton Metroplex? A Possibility in the (Very) Near Future

First Minneapolis/St. Paul. Then Dallas/Fort Worth. Is Cincinnati/Dayton the next two-bodied metroplex? Joe Hinson of the West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance thinks so.

Behind the Scenes of One of the Region’s Providers of Cancer Care

This facility is one of the largest independent oncology practices in the country. But unless you're a cancer patient or a caregiver, you've probably never heard of it before.

Temple to Transportation: The Spring Fashion Shoot by Venue Magazine

The spring fashion shoot was inspired by the iconic Cincinnati Union Terminal, as well as dynamic looks from the 1960s and 1970s.

Ensuring No One Faces Cancer Alone

Dealing with the stress of cancer for you or a loved one is overwhelming – emotionally and socially. But Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky is taking strides to make sure that no one faces cancer alone.

A Roaring Good Time at the Cincinnati Zoo

With Zoo Blooms all through April, Zoo Babies in May and a new Africa exhibit home to the zoo's lions, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is a must-see destination in Cincinnati this spring.

Trust Exercises: The Neuroscience of Storytelling

Let’s talk about Jeff Bloomfield, author, teacher, speaker and entrepreneur. Jeff Bloomfield is dependable, honest and hardworking. The question is, how do you know any of that is true? The answer is in the neuroscience of storytelling.

Barrett Cancer Center Offers World-class Treatment and Care

No one wants the diagnosis of cancer. But if you have to face this adversary, Dr. William Barrett and his colleagues at the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and the Barrett Cancer Center want Cincinnati to be the best place in the world to be.

Outside the Silo

Long before the "cloud" became a pop culture buzzword, ATC was offering cloud-based solutions to its SMB clients. Now the Cincinnati firm is thinking outside silos and mapping the convergence of IT and telecom.

Innovating Cardiac Care

The Christ Hospital has always been exceptional at cardiac care. In the event of a heart attack, it's the only place to go. But the hospital's innovative research is also paving the way to new discoveries that could help you live a longer, happier life.

The Other Side of Mick Cronin

UC men's basketball coach Mick Cronin brought the program back from the brink. Though he's missed most of this season due to health concerns, his mark on the program's trajectory is clear.

Cultivating Leadership at West Point

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald's Cadet Leadership Conference is a chance for young leaders to come together and learn from influential figures who have had a measurably positive impact on the world – including McDonald himself.

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.

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.

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.