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New Regulations for Investors

Until recently, it was common for a client’s interest and return on investment to take a backseat to a stock brokers’ own quest for personal profit.

Serving the Most Vulnerable, Local Women for Thirty Years

Healthy Moms & Babes has been making a difference for mothers and infants for three decades, a milestone few non-profit agencies reach.

Guests Dine, Dance & Raise Money for Disabilities

Stepping Stones 12th annual Bloom event drew more than 400 guests to Greenacres Arts Center in Indian Hill on a balmy October 1. The event raised more than $270,000 to support Stepping Stones’ programs for children, teens and adults with disabilities.

Finances and the Newly-Married

Dean Johns of John D. Dovich & Associates, LLC, recently sat down for a chat with three young professionals, to get their perspective on some financial “do’s and don’ts” for the newly married.

Backstage Takes Center Stage with Major Expansion Completed

The Backstage Event Center, a loft-style space above Nicholson’s Tavern and the Horse & Barrel Bourbon House, finished a full renovation last fall to offer terrific options for hosting any or all of your wedding celebrations, from ceremonies to receptions and showers. Overlooking the heart of the theatre district, you and your guests will enjoy this warm, urban, vibrant setting.

Diamonds and Stars

High atop Mt. Adams, under the stars and with a magnificent view of the diamonds in the Queen City’s skyline, you will find the acclaimed Celestial Steakhouse. Renowned for the quality of its menu and equally superb service, the Celestial Steakhouse is the city’s four-star and four-diamond award winning restaurant.

Leading Payment Reform to Reduce Cancer Costs

It is predicted that 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed and another 600,000 Americans will die from cancer this year. Additionally, it is projected that cancer-related medical costs will increase by 27 percent ($158 billion) by 2020.

Going Off-Road in the 'Wilderness' of Blue Ash

Land Rover buyers who do want a taste of the roughing-it experience can head to the wilds of Blue Ash. The region’s only dealership, Jaguar Land Rover Cincinnati, has built a three-acre off-road course complete with rocky paths, hills and mud and a fairly deep faux riverbed. Four times a year, those who bought a new vehicle in the previous six months or so are invited to get them dirty by trying out the track in the rear of the facility.

BDO USA, LLP Announces Appointment of Sandra Worthington as Audit Office Managing Partner

BDO USA, LLP, one of the nation’s leading accounting and consulting organizations, today announced that Sandra L. Worthington has joined as the Cincinnati Office Audit Managing Partner.

I Say Cold Feet, You Say...

If I say the words "cold feet" what is the first thought that comes to mind? A little word association game if you will. Don't over-think it, just spew out the first words that come to mind when you hear "cold feet". Remember there is no right or wrong answer. Well, maybe there is.

Everyone is Family

Deborah and Curt Tweddell could bend your ear with all the things their 35-year-old son, Bowen, who was born with severe cerebral palsy disorder, can’t do. Instead, Deborah delightedly shares the amazing abilities and awesome attributes of a young man who must tackle daily living challenges the rest of us cannot possibly understand.

Understanding Cancer Therapy and Cognitive Changes

Survival rates for most cancers are climbing, but a cancer diagnosis still carries an enormous impact for patients and their loved ones. Adding to the difficulty, patients often experience many unpleasant symptoms during or after their treatment.

Helping a French Couple Move to Israel: The Amazing Work of the Jewish Federation

The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati is proud to announce that their 2017 Campaign Chair is Debbie Brant, an extraordinary community leader who genuinely cares about making the community better. Currently a vice-president on the Federation Board, Debbie has been president of the Mayerson JCC, is an alumna of the National Young Leadership Cabinet, and has served as a lay leader at the Federation in many roles.

Three Decades of Great Taste

Brides throughout Greater Cincinnati have trusted the BonBonerie to create gorgeous wedding cakes for their big day for more than three decades. And those cakes are more than just beautiful centerpieces – they taste as good as they look.

A Common Sense Approach to Success

Since 1966, the Randolph Company has been serving Greater Cincinnati through sound investment opportunities and portfolio management. Chairman and president Carter F. Randolph, PhD and his team manage portfolios worth more than $500 million.

St. Elizabeth Leads in New Stent Technology

St. Elizabeth Healthcare is the first hospital system in Greater Cincinnati to use a dissolving stent technology called Absorb, which is used to treat heart disease.

Rare Japanese Exhibition

The Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition, “Dressed to Kill: Japanese Arms and Armor,” introduces Japanese samurai culture and arts from the 16th-19th centuries and boasts many rare and never-before-seen objects.