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Shining a New Light on Design in Cincinnati

Whether you do modern or don’t, Switch Lighting’s new showroom on Fourth Street is a must-see stop for people passionate about design.

Where You Celebrate Life

Enjoying the hospitality of a sincere and seasoned host leaves us fed and fulfilled. Their warm welcome, the flowers in the vase, the lighting just so. As the aromas waft over the gathering of friends, they mix with the music and conversation. Everything testifies to all their hard work and preparation, creativity and care. When the meal is served, relished, we understand we are participating in something very special.

Building on Tradition of Community Service to Help Hurricane Victims

With more than 50 years of service to the Greater Cincinnati business community, Lang Financial Group has long helped businesses and individuals find the right benefits packages for their needs.

Memories and More

Individual care plans promoting confidence, calm, self-esteem and self-worth are at the core of the unique Heartfelt Connections – a Memory Care Program for residents of the Memory Way Neighborhood at Magnolia Springs, a new not-for-profit Life Care Services managed community in Loveland.

Caring for the Mind, Body and Spirit

As the only continuum-of-care community in Northern Kentucky, Madonna Manor serves residents throughout a range of life stages.

Music Comes Home

It’s a homecoming over a decade in the making. Murmurs about a major renovation of Music Hall started stirring many years ago, with community leaders prompting discussions as to the most effective way to ensure one of Cincinnati’s most beloved buildings would remain part of the city’s cultural life for generations to come. Murmurs eventually blossomed into action, and in December 2015 crews broke ground on the first phase of construction.

The Timeless Gift of Fine Jewelry

“Jewelry is timeless,” says Jacob Stafford, manager of Stafford Jewelers. “This is just one of the reasons it makes such a special gift.” As the holiday season approaches, many fine jewelry gift purchases will be made at Stafford locations at Kenwood Towne Center and in downtown Cincinnati.

So Much More Than a View

Venue Magazine sits down with Chanaka De Lanerolle of The Celestial to talk about the restaurant and what makes it one of the premier dining spots in Cincinnati.

Memory Care Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Thrive was founded in Atlanta to set a new standard for senior living. Among the features that sets it apart is respect for the individual. Thrive’s programs encourage and provide the opportunity for many activities but avoid shepherding residents through a busy day of group activities. Participation is a matter of choice.

JDRF Bourbon & BowTie Bash

On Friday, November 10, over 1,500 people attended the 4th annual JDRF Bourbon & BowTie Bash at the Duke Energy Convention Center, once again making the event one of the hottest parties in Cincinnati.

Home Sweet Innovative Home

The Sheridan at Mason, opening this fall, offers an innovative approach to senior living while providing the same best-in-class customized care the five other Senior Lifestyle communities in Greater Cincinnati are already known for, says Stuart Solomon, executive director.

New Home; Timeless Charm

Krista and Bret Parrish and their children were ready for a new look for their new home that was built in Liberty Township’s Carriage Hill community. Amy Holt and Jill Koch, interior designers at Designs on Madison, took the Parrishes’ plans and worked closely with the builder, Ian Rise of Arthur Rutenberg Homes to make their dreams come true.

Major Changes to Enhance Innovative Neurosurgical Care

The team of physicians at Mayfield Brain & Spine strives to make the impossible, possible. The clinic, established in Cincinnati in 1937 by Dr. Frank H. Mayfield, is experiencing a major expansion in multiple areas as it aims to deliver world-class neurosurgical care at hospitals throughout the community.

Boosting Morale Through Workplace Inclusion

When Alex Jordan, plant supervisor for Contemporary Cabinetry East (CCE), began working with the owners, Terri and Paul Hogan, on a program that would bring people with disabilities into the workplace, he wasn’t sure what to expect. These days, he sees a positive impact throughout the company.

It Takes a Village

Jennifer Spieser, Executive Director of the Cincinnati Parks Foundation, doesn’t hesitate when it comes to discussing the number of hours poured into maintaining the city’s parks.

The Perfect Setting to Say "I Do"

Two hearts becoming one in matrimonial bliss is one of the most incredible experiences a couple can share. The celebration of that event should be handled with unparalleled devotion and care.

Retirement Income Planning ... 5 Principles to Keep you from Running out of Money

30 years ago, planning for retirement wasn’t too complicated. That generation of Americans had pensions and social security guaranteeing their monthly spending needs. On top of that, retirement was shorter as the average person did not live as long into retirement.