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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.

Design, Customize, then Relax

As a realtor, Chris Crowley not only sells beautiful homes for clients, but for years he and his husband, Bill Barnett, have rehabbed, then sold houses throughout Greater Cincinnati. “We have always wanted a pool, but in all of the houses we’ve seen there’s never been a pool that we’ve loved so much that we were willing to deal with the house that came with it,” says Crowley.

Kindervelt Ladies Night 2017

On November 9, 2017, Kindervelt 50 hosted a “Ladies Night” Fashion Show and dinner at the Renaissance hotel in downtown Cincinnati to a sold out crowd of over 300 people.

Keeping Faith-Based Education Fresh and green

Bethany School, a kindergarten through eighth grade private school nestled on 23 beautiful acres in Glendale, is growing toward a sustainable future. Throughout their 120-year history and all of the changes to a multi-building campus serving more than 240 students, their mission has remained the same: provide academic excellence in a Christian environment to students from diverse backgrounds.

In Retirement, Plan to Make Your Money Last

Planning for retirement is a lifelong process that should begin as soon as you start working and continue throughout your retirement years. But whether you are five years from retiring or 30, the following can help you achieve financial security for when the big day finally comes.

Revolutionizing Tattoo Removal

Forget everything you know about tattoo removal. It has changed. Invisible Ink, a locally headquartered firm, is using analytics, the latest technology and a people-centered approach to turn the industry on its head.

Cincinnati: A Grandmother's Goldmine

Wow! This is breathtaking! As the skyline of Cincinnati came into view, I thought, “This place is beautiful.” The flickering lights, the sunset behind the skyscrapers and the broad river painted a scene of beauty, warmth and welcome. The picturesque panorama provided my first view of a city I would one day call home.

The Christ Hospital Health Network Announces Liberty Township Medical Center Grand Opening Celebration

Communicating with Your Doctor

Bringing Out Everyone's Best

Her professional credo remains as simple as it is sincere.

When Sharing a Memory is a Random Act of Kindness

Over the past few months I have deliberately decided to go off the grid. Basically, I have broken up with social media. Mostly because everything seemed overexposed.

Beyond the Basics

Cincinnati Public Schools has a habit of innovating and implementing exciting changes that allow for educational customization throughout the district.

Lip Service

Subtly rejuvenated lips can boost a person’s youthful appearance, and today’s FDA-approved synthetic fillers produce a longer-lasting natural look requiring less post-procedure downtime, says Dr. Alexander Donath, MD, FACS, of Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery.

Sometimes It's Hard Being a Woman

Pregnancy, postpartum, motherhood, menopause and all the accompanying issues that can affect a woman’s reproductive life cycle can be stressful and overwhelming.

New this Fall to Cincinnati

Hanson Audio Video provides visitors a unique venue where one can listen to music only rivaled by a live experience. The components, speakers and quality implementation to produce this music can be purchased for your enjoyment, turning your own home into a great performance venue as well. This fall the Hanson family and staff are proud to bring a world-class performance venue to Cincinnati.

The Comforts of Home Without the Responsibilities

When a person moves from their home and into a facility where they can get that extra bit of help that they need, many may feel their community, daily routine and independence slip away. The trained staff and caregivers at Fairfield Pavilion are able to customize services for each resident to help them start another chapter of their life.

Clinical Study Volunteers Integral in Mission to Detect Cancer Earlier

As an infectious disease clinical nurse specialist at The Christ Hospital Health Network, Jan Stockton knows the impact clinical trials make in the advancement of medicine. So, when the Cancer Center at The Christ Hospital was the only center in the Tri-State region chosen to contribute to the national Circulating Cell-Free Genome Atlas (CCGA) study that could lead to earlier detection of cancer and make treatments easier and save more lives, Stockton immediately volunteered as a participant.