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Volunteers of the Year

Although many acts of kindness, generosity and selflessness go unsung, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Southwest Ohio wants to be sure everyone knows about two of their most hard-working volunteers, Dan Feldkamp and Petra Vester. Together with JDRF, they help raise funding for Type 1 diabetes research.

150 Years of Conservation & Innovation at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Rated as the number one zoo in the country by USA Today, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden attracts over 1.8 million visitors each year. This is quite an impressive feat for a city with a metropolitan area of 2 million. The Cincinnati Zoo is the second-oldest zoo in the United States, opening in 1875, shortly after the Philadelphia Zoo opened in July 1874. One of the oldest nonprofit organizations in Cincinnati and the number one attraction in the Tri-State area, the Cincinnati Zoo has an estimated annual economic impact of $143

Poignant Partnership: Sharing Inspiring Stories of Freedom & Perseverance

An expanded partnership between two historically significant Cincinnati institutions promises to provide visitors to each a variety of excellent opportunities for gleaning a greater understanding of the poignant stories and unique exhibitions offered by both.

Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra Presents Summermusik 2019

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra marks its 45th anniversary this year. To celebrate the occasion, as well as the highly successful 2018 Summermusik festival season that saw a dramatic 50% increase in subscriptions, this year music director Eckart Preu has again programmed three weeks of innovative and entertaining concert events.

ROOKWOOD POTTERY GRAND OPENING AT KENWOOD TOWNE CENTRE SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Rookwood Pottery to celebrate new store with artist demonstrations, giveaways, and light faire.

Here Comes The Bride - And Her Parents/Parents-To-Be

Every bride wants to look and feel beautiful on her big day, but there’s a new trend that’s taking shape when it comes to wedding planning – family beautification.

Ending the Silence, Stopping the Stigma of Mental Illness

The statistics are, without a doubt, nothing short of staggering. Mental illness is the number-one health problem facing our nation, yet research and access to treatment are still severely underfunded and our country’s mental health system is alarmingly overburdened. Less than 50 percent of people needing mental health care receive the necessary help or treatment.

Celebrating 90 Years of Serving the Cincinnati Area

A third-generation business, Cincinnati Color Company turns 90 this year. Currently, Greg Deifel and his brother, Doug, run the business, which has two locations – Oakley Paint and Glass, 3142 Madison Road and Cincinnati Color, 1027 Dalton Avenue.

SAVE THE DATE: Stepping Stones Celebrates 15th Annual ‘Bloom’ Gala Sept. 7

Stepping Stones’ Bloom gala, an evening of live music, dancing, and tapas dining, will be held Saturday, Sept. 7 at Greenacres Arts Center in Indian Hill.

Southern Style With Cincinnati Charm

Dan Swormstedt, owner of Court Street Lobster and Fiery Hen, has always been in the business of serving others, usually behind a bar or counter. Swormstedt began his journey working at a pool concession stand as a 14-year-old. He then worked in restaurants during his college years, followed by bartending on the weekends for extra income.

Stepping Stones’ 18th Annual Golf Classic Raises $82K+ for Disabilities Programming

More than 180 golfers hit the links to support Stepping Stones’ programs for individuals with disabilities, raising more than $82,000 for the nonprofit. The Stepping Stones Golf Classic was held Monday, June 10 at O’Bannon Creek Golf Club in Loveland.

My Margie: Seniors Connect With Technology

When seniors in residential living apartments at Marjorie P. Lee (MPL) learned they would each be getting a Samsung Breezie electronic tablet specifically designed for seniors, the overwhelming response was excitement. “Many residents already had some familiarity with technology,” says Stephanie Antoun, Administrator of Health Services. At MPL, residential living is defined as seniors who live independently or receive enriched living assistance in their apartment.

Custom Creations: Building Individual Dreams

While not newcomers to the custom home building industry, native Cincinnatians Andre and Kea Frazier created their own masterpiece when forming Frazier Homes. Frazier has consistently created exceptional custom homes while maintaining the company’s core values of professionalism, integrity and accountability.

Looking for Lifestyles in all the Right Places

It takes more than the perfect homesite to attract home buyers today. They want to belong to a greater community while enjoying a lifestyle that fits their individual needs, so a builder’s flexible design approach is key, says Tom Humes, President and Founder of Traditions Building & Development Group.

Tips and Strategies For Making Your Retirement Planning All About You

In the 1970s, a group of high-net-worth executives from the Kodak Co. was looking for a creative way to shield more of their salaries from income taxes. They conceived a plan that would allow them to exempt up to a quarter of their income and invest it in the stock market. They took their plan to their congressmen and convinced them to introduce legislation that would add a new section to the Internal Revenue tax code based on those very terms. The section was enacted into law in 1978.

An Electrifying Drive

“The Jaguar I-PACE has an elegant, aerodynamic design and it offers excitement from every angle you view it from,” says Jaguar Land Rover’s Sales Guide, Michael Hamlin.

An Ocean of New Beginnings

Michael Whitley, general manager of Jeff Ruby’s premium steakhouse, The Precinct, had nearly given up his hope of finding “the one.” That is, until he met Erin.