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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.

Life Savers

Mike Dunn, executive director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – District Council of Cincinnati, was preparing to meet with a colleague one day in mid-September when he encountered a woman who’d come to the organization for assistance.

Polishing Aside…Thanksgiving Here I Come!

Preserving Queen City Memories One Ceramic at a Time

Since reopening, Rookwood Pottery Company has restored its legacy as a world-renowned ceramics company. Now, the legendary local business is partnering to preserve its history, as well as Cincinnati’s, through commemorative art tiles, ornaments and other ceramic pieces.

Advancing Cancer Therapies for Women

OHC has been fighting cancer for more than 30 years. The group is one of the nation’s largest independent oncology practices. OHC’s approach to cancer care is simple – to surround the patient with everything needed so they can focus on what matters most – beating cancer. OHC is changing the cancer treatment paradigm, providing a multi-disciplinary team that reduces delays in treatment and improves a patient’s emotional well-being.

Inaugural Louisville IT Awards - Event Photos

Every Picture Tells a Story

Capturing the unique story behind every photograph continues to drive the success of Bambino International, a Cincinnati leader in artistic vision for 20 years.

The Complete Sweet

For more than 30 years, brides have trusted the BonBonerie in O’Bryonville to create the perfect cake for their weddings.

A Fresh Face for Authentic Design

Sterling Homes is a custom home-building company determined to be set apart from the rest. Owner Brad Olinger is committed to maintaining the eclectic history of Cincinnati. Olinger’s goal isn’t to build shiny new houses, but rather to create homes that are true to their style and era, whether that be a classic tudor or an ultra-modern home. No matter the style, the end goal is always to create a home that genuinely reflects the architectural style chosen by the client, down to the last finish.

How to Build a Better Brewery - and a Dream

Rivertown Brewery founder Jason Roeper and Cincinnati Commercial Contracting (CCC) president John Westheimer admit there were plenty of late nights going over blueprints. And, yes, some beers were consumed. After all, they were building a brewery.

The Christ Hospital Health Network Named Top 50 in the Nation

Study shows The Christ Hospital sets the bar for other heart programs nationally

Room to Grow

Christian Village Communities, a locally owned not-for-profit, was originally founded in 1960 and is committed to inspiring Christian retirement living for seniors. “We are a life-plan community,” Lizz Stephens says. “That means that unlike many of the standalone assisted living communities that are being constructed in the area, we are able to offer all levels of care on one campus.”

Personal Connection is Key to Quality Education

From the very first day, when teachers and administrators greet each La Salle High School student as they arrive with a welcoming handshake, it’s evident that a quality education starts with that personal connection, says Principal Aaron Marshall.

Women of Influence Awards at The Manor House

New Year, New Campus

Students and staff at Saint Ursula Academy are happily enjoying their new art and design center, performance theater and library/media center. The theater and the arts center were completed earlier in the year, but due to the school’s needs, renovations of the library/media center were started at the beginning of summer and finished in only eight weeks, just in time for students returning in August.

Doctor's Passion for Cutting-Edge Tech Can Change Lives

Dr. Christopher Riemann remembers sailing into New York Harbor as a 4-year-old German immigrant in 1972, realizing his life was going to change forever. Now, the 49-year-old vitreoretinal specialist at Cincinnati Eye Institute has been affiliated with some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the country.