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Here Comes the Sun

Granted, few of us will climb a mountain or have time for a week in the woods, but with winter’s days behind us we will be able to enjoy more time outdoors. For much of that time we will be close to home, in our gardens and yards and on our patios and decks.

2019 Women of Influence Mixer

Venue Magazine hosts a Women of Influence Mixer on Monday, June 10th, 2019 to kick off the awards event that was held on Tuesday, June 11th. The event was sponsored by U.S. Bank Wealth Management. The Women of Influence Award honors our region's leading women who have helped shape the success of their organization and have demonstrated exceptional leadership. We hope you can join us to celebrate these amazing women who have been nominated!

From Cramped to Captivating: A Kitchen Revamped

For a Kenwood family, a ‘decent size’ kitchen with a small island and crowded footprint recently took on a whole new shape after being remodeled by Kinsella Kitchens and Baths.

Is Your Financial Advisor Wearing Too Many Hats?

Is your financial advisor a member of a team? Does their team consist of a planner and/or an investment expert? Or is he or she on their own? If so, do they claim to be an expert in multiple planning areas or disciplines (investments, estate planning, insurance, etc.)?

Second phase of No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man opens June 7 at the Cincinnati Art Museum

The Cincinnati Art Museum has already hosted tens of thousands of visitors who have experienced the first phase of the No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man. The second phase of the exhibition showcases dozens of new additional pieces, starting Friday, June 7. Both phases will close September 2, 2019.

Exhibition Unveils Mysteries, Explores Realities of Ancient Egypt

Touted as the largest traveling collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, “Egypt: The Time of the Pharaohs” recently made its U.S. debut at Cincinnati Museum Center, and the exhibition is fascinating visitors with its more than 350 original relics, the oldest of which dates back 4,500 years.

Living Kidney Donation: The Selfless Gift That Keeps on Giving

“It’s not the kind of journey you really want to take, but I’m still here to talk about it.” And when Ross Township Police Chief Darryl Haussler talks about the living kidney transplant he received at University of Cincinnati Medical Center last October, he is upbeat, beyond thankful, and still a bit awestruck.

Developing Strong Leadership & Diversity in the Leaders of Tomorrow

Travis Nipper, director of marketing and business development at Leadership Excelleration, Inc. (LEI), recently sat down with Lelia Kramer, president of Saint Ursula Academy; Phillip Lanham, vice president of donor & private foundation services for Greater Cincinnati Foundation; and Kurt Platte, owner of Platte Architecture + Design to discuss leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and company culture.

Looking Forward to 125

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s 125th Anniversary season is nearly here and promises to bring not only the classic scores we all know and love, but also new works created by contemporary composers. Celebrating the past while keenly anticipating the future, Music Director Louis Langrée and the Orchestra will perform classical compositions (including Beethoven’s Symphonies 5, 6, and 8, completing the three-year Beethoven Revolution cycle) while presenting newly commissioned works and world premieres—all brought to life by a diverse array of star performers.

Boutique Furniture Store Boasts Modern Look, Great Services

Last year, Bond Home Furnishings celebrated its 80th anniversary. When owner Tim Canada was nearing retirement, he approached Kevin Malof to see if he’d be interested in buying the business. After discussing the opportunity with some business partners – though they had no experience in furniture retail sales – they were intrigued by the offer as they already owned several other businesses in Loveland’s historic district, including Bishop’s Quarter, a three-story “New Orléans” themed wine and bourbon bar.

Bruxism: What Can You Do About Clenching & Grinding Teeth?

Dental cosmetic issues range from a single damaged tooth which has discolored over time, to severe bruxism (tooth wear from excessive teeth grinding). Dr. Rebecca Hayden, of Hayden Family Dental, says that tooth wear is an issue she sees daily within her practice.

Celebrating Choice

“You can have your car in any color you want, as long as it’s black.” Although Henry Ford’s assembly line was a boon to manufacturing and cranked out armies of affordable cars, we’d balk if a dealership told us the same thing today. There are so many options and, after all, it is our car.

Sporting Clays Tournament Raises $80K for Stepping Stones

In its third year, the Stepping Stones’ Sporting Clays Tournament netted more than $80,000 for disabilities programming, a 43 percent increase over the amount raised in 2018.

World Renowned Cardiac Specialist Joins Region's Premier Heart Care, Research Team

World-renowned cardiac specialist Tim Henry, M.D., F.A.C.C., M.S.C.A.I., former chief of cardiology at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, was recently named the Lindner Family Distinguished Chair in Clinical Research and Medical Director of The Carl and Edyth Lindner Center for Research and Education at The Christ Hospital. An internationally-recognized innovator in heartattack care and the study of stem cell and regenerative therapies for heart failure and refractory angina, Dr. Henry is excited to be working with Dean Kereiakes, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.A.I., interventional cardiologist and Medical Director of The Christ Hospital Research Institute.

TCT’s Managing Director & CEO Elected to the National Board

The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCT) is pleased to announce that Kim Kern, TCT’s Managing Director and CEO, has been elected to the National Board of Directors of Theatre for Young Audiences/USA (TYA/USA), a membership organization that serves and represents the national field of theatre for young audiences.

Symphony of Style at Music Hall

Spring, Sports & Sprains

With spring often comes sprains if you don’t warm up properly before swinging a golf club, serving a tennis ball, hitting the ski slopes or running a mile for the first time following a winter hiatus.