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During Season of Gratitude Women of Jewish Federation Give Back

On Sunday, October 29, a capacity crowd of 30 women brought supplies to the Jewish Family Service Heldman Family Food Pantry and filled bags of food to be given out to families in need to make complete kosher and non-kosher Thanksgiving meals. The food pantry is located in Clifton, in the Jewish Family Service Barbash Family Vital Support Center on the campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and serves Jewish families throughout the region and anyone in need who lives in Clifton.

Art and Inspiration

An opportunity to see one of the largest privately owned African-American art and history collections is just one reason to visit Cincinnati’s National Underground Railroad Freedom Center this winter.

Deaconess Associations Foundation Annual Golf Outing Sets Fundraising Record

Sponsors and golfers set a record for the Deaconess Associations Foundation’s 27th annual golf outing and fundraiser held in the fall of 2017.

Look and Feel Your Best

Who doesn’t want to look their best and age beautifully? Moreover, 50 is the new 30. As we are getting healthier as a whole and our bodies are wearing better than ever before, we want to certainly look how we feel. We know procedures exist for cosmetic improvements, but we may not be aware of the many revolutionary options the medical aesthetics field holds for us to achieve those goals.

Loran and Trey Williams

Loran and Trey’s love story began when they first met through mutual friends in downtown Cincinnati. From the moment they met, they were nearly inseparable, leading to the showcase of their love in beautiful Cancun, Mexico.

3 Red Flag Words

Sitting outdoors at Blooms & Berries Farm Market, we chatted casually. The idyllic weather provided a perfect backdrop for friendly conversation. “Tell me about your upcoming travel schedule,” I said. Melinda’s answer brought a transparent response of multiple commitments crowding her already overloaded calendar.

Not Your Grandma’s Nursing Home

Coming to the decision that a parent, spouse or loved one would benefit from relocating to an assisted living community can be overwhelming and incredibly difficult. Then facing the challenge of finding the right community where they will be comfortable, independent and given the best possible care can be just as daunting.

Contemporary Fashion

Capturing upcoming spring trends with a variety of materials and vibrant color.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown

Dr. Mark Mandell-Brown wanted to be a doctor since the age of four. Today, Mandell-Brown is a triple board certified cosmetic surgeon. He holds board certification in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Body Cosmetic Surgery and Head and Neck Surgery.

Sydney Kurz + Callen Turnbull

Sydney and Callen form an enthusiastic couple with a passion for outdoor activities such as skiing, adventures and a heartfelt love of dogs. Their relationship began through mutual friends and an interest in live music. After five years of dating, Callen proposed during one of their favorite activities, hiking, while in one of their favorite cities, Ashville, North Carolina.

Find a Furry Friend at the My Furry Valentine Animal Adoption Event

PhoDOGrapher’s 7th annual My Furry Valentine (MFV), the area’s largest animal adoption event, is a fun place to find your next four-legged family member. Sponsored by the Petco Foundation, MFV will bring together hundreds of adoptable pets to the Sharonville Convention Center February 10 and 11. “The event aims to find homes for the area’s rescue and shelter animals,” says Carolyn Evans, founder of My Furry Valentine. “All dogs and cats will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and have all age-appropriate vaccinations.”

Honoring Cincinnati's Difference Makers

An annual tradition is being maintained even as a months-long building restoration project at Cincinnati Museum Center’s Union Terminal moves into the final stages. The 10th annual Duke Energy Children’s Museum Difference Maker Awards ceremony will be held in February.

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati Presents Madagascar: A Musical Adventure

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati presents MADAGASCAR: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE February 10-19, 2018 at the Taft Theatre. Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip, hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto the Taft Theatre stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime.

Surgeon's Office Building Fancies a Facelift, too

A decade after Alexander Donath, MD, FACS, transformed a bank building in Kenwood into his now-flourishing Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery practice, the renowned surgeon decided it was time to give the building an exterior facelift and fill in the first floor with additional aesthetic services. The renovation, with an expected January 2018 completion date, is cause for celebration among staff and clientele.

Jamie Rogers and David Boldt

On a rainy, yet beautiful day in September, David Boldt and Jamie Rogers vowed to love, respect and devote their lives to one another in holy matrimony.

Timeless Art, Affordable Tiles

Think you know everything there is to know about Rookwood Pottery? Think again.

John F. Barrett's Vision Shapes His Legacy

There are few leaders whose vision has not only shaped the tapestry of Cincinnati through business and philanthropy, but has also shaped their own legacy. In Cincinnati, we have been blessed to have a number of civic leaders who have risen to strengthen our city’s future while overcoming obstacles using their incredible innovative spirit and entrepreneurial passion to make our city better.