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College Prep and Service to Others

Men for Others. That’s the motto at St. Xavier High School.

Why I Give: I Saw Dachau

Philip T. Cohen, 98, was honored at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s annual meeting on May 16, and I met with him afterward to talk about why he has given for so long.

Home Sweet Homes

Now in its 55th year, HOMEARAMA annually attracts thousands of Cincinnatians interested in seeing the latest trends in home construction and amenities. If you are thinking about building or remodeling your home, this is THE place to be.

A Bright Future

Schools That are Lighting the Way for the Leaders of Tomorrow

Conversations on Leadership, Business and Ethics

Cory Carlson believes executive coaching can’t be confined to the workplace. It has to be holistic, taking into account that what applies at work applies at home as well.

The Point/Arc Offering New Social Skills Group for Teens with Autism, Social Challenges

The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati is the first organization in the region to offer the PEERS Social Skills Group for Young Adults program, helping teens with autism or other social challenges build and maintain lasting relationships.

Laying a Foundation for Lifelong Learning

“Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS) has always been at the forefront of having an innovative, academic program. We were founded on those unique principals, but also having something that was, even back in 1926 when the school was founded, appropriate for the learners of that era,” says Aaron Kellenberger, director of enrollment management at CCDS.

Having Fun While Learning All Summer Long

School is out for the summer and The Children’s Home of Cincinnati’s Camp-I-Can is in full swing!

Cincinnati to Venice

An award-winning UC installation will soon go on display in Venice, Italy, in an exhibition coinciding with what is arguably the world’s most important architectural event, the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Record-Breaking Bounty to Benefit CCHMC

Kindervelt #19 held its most successful annual Lunch at the Links fundraiser to date – “Boots and Bling” – at Heritage Club in Mason in late April, raising an estimated $43,000 for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC).

A Decade of Hope Changing and Saving Lives

If not for hope, the heart would break.

All Fun, No Hassle Seas the Day

If life is better on a boat, imagine having regular access to a fleet of boats at an affordable cost of entry, and no service or storage fees.

Beautiful by Design

Unique and special-order pieces in a beautiful showroom – that’s what the co-founder of Hoffman & Albers Interiors set out to offer the Greater Cincinnati area 24 years ago.

Should You Stay or Should You Go?

If you’re changing jobs or getting ready to retire, you may be considering an IRA rollover – which means transferring funds from a qualified retirement plan, like a 401(k) or 403(b) account, to an IRA. But before you move your stash, be sure to do your homework.

The Civic Leadership Award Class of 2018

Uplifting the Community Through Treats

As the old adage goes, the dog is man’s best friend. And what better way to show you love your furry friend than by giving them the all-natural treats from Brewhaus Bakery, all while supporting a good cause?

A New Season for Artful Living

Spring is the perfect time for a fresh start, and indigenous craft gallery is throwing open the doors on its new space. Less than a mile away from the original O’Bryonville gallery, which opened in 2006, the new location in East Walnut Hills sparkles with tall windows, high ceilings and new art and artists to discover.