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Excellence in Learning

In 1996 a concerned group of parents from the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC) sought the best way to educate children in an atmosphere of academic excellence. A religious-based philosophy of caring discipline and parental involvement guided the efforts and decisions of the group.

Simple Pleasures

This summer, St. Joseph Home residents and respite guests have more opportunities than ever before to enjoy and benefit from the simple pleasures of the wonder-filled outdoors.

Healthy Conversations

Women today are immersed in so many responsibilities at once – from constant caregiver, industrious provider and devoted partner to tireless volunteer and helpful housekeeper – that they rarely find time to take care of themselves.

Building Innovation and Community

At Lakota Local Schools, things are changing, including initiatives like the further involvement of S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) labs and providing Chromebooks as an additional tool for junior school students.

Chocolate: The Exhibition is Here!

I don’t know about you, but just knowing I have a secret stash of chocolate lifts my spirits.

They Create WOW in Every Room

Julia Wesselkamper, head of Coldwell Banker West Shell’s award-winning The Julia Wesselkamper Group, and three of her Stage It by Julia teammates are hard at work inside a seller’s newly listed home.

Now’s the Time to Polish, Tone and Tighten

Summertime, and the livin’ is busy. But it’s the perfect time to pay extra attention to caring for your face. Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery (CFPS) offers a plethora of minimally- to non-invasive procedures that not only polish your skin but optimize its tone and texture.

Appreciating our Differences, Discovering Our Similarities

Even though they’re out of school, students from St. Ursula Academy spend part of their summers engaged in education. Through the Community Services Learning Program’s mission and immersion trips, rising juniors and seniors learn firsthand about the needs of others living around the world, the country and in Cincinnati.

A Polished Reboot

When a new ownership group took over the Cincinnati Reds in 2006, Great American Ball Park was just 3 years old.

Celebrating 50 Seasons of Music, Dance, Memories and More

When Carmon DeLeone observed his 25th season as Music Director for Cincinnati Ballet, much excitement ensued. Hardy congratulations and best wishes on reaching such an impressive anniversary abounded.

Precious Sight: Making Sure Your Eyes Have It

You are born with only two of them.

Nurturing High School Souls While Fostering College Readiness

A rigorous Catholic all-girls college preparatory school with a selective entrance requirement, Ursuline Academy’s mission is to prepare young women for college and beyond by nurturing their souls, intellects, hearts and imaginations.

Kingsgate Logistics Union Centre Food Truck Rally

100 Years of Community Impact

The Junior League of Cincinnati (JLC) is quickly approaching their 2019-2020 centennial milestone, celebrating their 100-year history of program incubation and acceleration.

A Love for Law and a Penchant for Helping People

She’s been on what she calls the sexual harassment training circuit since October 2017.

Shaping Hearts and Minds

“We’re definitely a hidden gem,” says Sharon Snavely, Director of Advancement at Bethany School, a private school for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Educational Choice

A public-school education is not right for everyone. Many students learn best in a school setting with smaller class sizes or a more individualized curriculum. Some children may learn better in the home environment. However, private school tuition is expensive and home schooling can be expensive, depending on the type of curriculum chosen.