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Money & Happiness

Happiness is often a clichéd topic to write about. But the pursuit of happiness seems to drive so much of our behavior in life, our work life, our family life, and our financial life, that it is impossible to ignore. The irony is that most people spend the majority of their waking hours working a job to make sure they and their family can get the life they desire, and ultimately, be happy. But most people spend very little time thinking about what really creates long-term happiness, and more importantly what creates joy. How can we best spend our time, our money and our resources to ensure that we’re living a life of fulfillment?

Making a Difference, One Family at a Time

Caring for a child with disabilities can send families deep into debt, even with medical insurance. That’s where Paige’s Princess Foundation comes in.

More Than Weddings

For 20 years, Manor House has been one of the premier wedding venues in Cincinnati, but you don’t have to get married to enjoy the facility.

An Appetite for Art at the Taft

Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art, located in the National Historic Landmark, Baum — Taft house, is home to a world renowned permanent collection of treasures as well as engaging special exhibitions, programs and activities.

Da Vinci: The Science and Secrets Behind History’s Most Brilliant Mind

Many people know Leonardo da Vinci as the painter of the iconic “Mona Lisa” and “The Last Supper,” yet those examples are only the tip of da Vinci’s vast breadth of work.

Groundbreaking Retina Research Preserves Sight

Our eyes are intricate tools that gather light and communicate with the brain, creating conversations through its many working parts. Loss of sight is a dreaded disability, and one the Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) is actively fighting.

A Family’s Legacy of Giving Back to the Community

The ability to give thousands of dollars each year to Cincinnati charities is generous, even if the reason that money exists involves the pain of losing a father at an early age.

Not in New York Celebrates the Legacy of Carl Solway

When one looks back at 50 years of contemporary art collecting in Cincinnati, it seems Carl Solway’s DNA is everywhere. Since 1962 the rising artists of the modern art world have passed through his galleries, first on West Fourth Street, downtown, to the current Carl Solway Gallery on Findlay Street in the West End.

Flair Confidence Podcast Interview with Heather Harris

President of CycleBar Franchising, Heather Harris, speaks with Kristie Sheanshang of Flair on confidence.

Screening for Breast Cancer with MRI

Most women are familiar with mammography as the routine screening test for breast cancer. What they might not know are the recommendations for breast MRI.

One Step Closer to Home

Bethany House provides a sanctuary for desperate homeless families who need assistance to re-establish independent living. “Our shelter meets a family’s immediate needs for housing, food, and necessities as they come to us from the street or living in their car. Most children arrive with only the clothes on their backs and an exhausted mother. Homeless children are not only at risk for abuse, hunger and neglect – most have already endured adverse events. They are frightened, hungry and often chronically ill.” Bethany House provides a safe haven for the entire family while the parents work to identify and overcome barriers to independent living.

Strengthening Our Community

The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati is a shining example of an organization with the ability to connect diverse populations to make a positive impact in the community. It does so by building relationships and forging partnerships to empower others to make a difference.

Local Surgeon Changes Lives in Belize

Devinder Mangat, MD, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, has traveled to Belize for the past 10 years as a member of the surgical team organized by Horizon Community Church.

Another Amazing Broadway Season Headed For Cincinnati

Each year, Broadway in Cincinnati endeavors to bring a balanced mix of New York-quality entertainment to Cincinnati, from revivals of familiar classics and family appropriate shows to popular favorites and edgier fare. The 2016-17 season that begins at the Aronoff Center in September offers something that will appeal to multiple generations.

Get to the Heart of the Matter

Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately 1 million lives annually, according to the Heart Foundation. Now is the best time to take control of your heart health, regardless of age or family history. Read more to learn what leading cardiologists from Cincinnati’s healthcare networks advise for maintaining a healthy heart.

Pulsating, Pounding Headaches

Anyone suffering from disabling chronic migraines is searching for one thing: relief. West Chester Hospital now offers that relief in the form of the region’s only outpatient dihydroergotamine (DHE) infusion center.

Meet Cincinnati’s King of Junk

Whether it’s grieving loved ones who are cleaning out the homes of their deceased family members or hoarders who schedule a crew to visit their property each week to remove unwanted clutter, residents throughout Cincinnati, Dayton and the surrounding communities call on one man to do the job – Pete McCreary.