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A Baseball Holiday

Cincinnati celebrated the return of baseball with the 97th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade Monday before the Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-2 to open the season.

Slide into Summer with Fun & Educational Camps

Most students lose about two months of grade-level equivalency in math skills over the summer. Low-income students also lose more than two months in reading achievement. The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati is closing that learning gap in many ways, including their wide array of summer camps.

Ingage Group awards $15,500 + 200 Hours to iSPACE

Ingage Partners Social Impact Fund awarded $15,500 and 200 hours of volunteer time to iSPACE in the first Ingage Partners Social Impact Fund Award.

Providing Small-Town Customer Service in City Surroundings

MainSource Financial has 85 branches that serve personal and business customers distributed throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois, and is expanding again. Yet that growth isn’t expected to impact MainSource’s ap- proach to banking.

The Stuff of Life: Old Spice and My Adventures of Online Dating

Now that I have lived in Chicago (my big new city) for seven months it is safe to tell you the “stuff” I know for sure…at least in the scope of being a 53-year-old-single-empty-nesting-mother-of-four who has ventured into dating absolute strangers I’ve met online.

Playful Nostalgia: The Spring 2016 Fashion Shoot by Venue Magazine

The spring fashion shoot was inspired by dynamic looks from the 1960s and 1970s.

Alzheimer’s Expert Visits Cincinnati

Alzheimer’s is often referred to as the “disease of the 21st century.” While researchers still face an uphill battle finding a cure, major advancements in Alzheimer’s research are being made, providing true hope for the future.

FounderCon Comes to the Queen City

FounderCon is the annual event for all Techstars’ past and present companies. In January, Techstars and Cintrifuse announced they will host FounderCon October 18-20 in Cincinnati.

King of Sharonville Committed to Environment and Community

High on a clean wooden shelf just outside the office of Pete McCreary, president and owner of the Cincinnati and Dayton Junk King franchises, sits a stack of worn, neatly folded American flags.

Cincinnati Commercial Contracting Partners with Highway Contractors to Help Avondale Food Pantry

As part of its annual public service project, the Southwest Ohio chapter of the Ohio Contactors Association (OCA) has laid a new parking lot and driveway at the South Avondale site of the new location for the Adventist Outreach Ministry Food Pantry.

A Cincinnati Restaurant Powerhouse Focuses on Community

Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment is known in Cincinnati for its high-end steakhouses, but the company is expanding to other markets in the Midwest. As it continues to grow it’s bringing Cincinnati-based small businesses with them.

Blissful Matrimony

On September 12th, Lisa Selnick and Geoff Scharfenberger joined together in blissful matrimony.

Don’t Put Your Story in Someone Else’s Hands

With determination and persistence, Garret Hinojosa, a junior in the Information Technology Program at the University of Cincinnati, is well on his way to a bright future.

Event Pics: World Down Syndrome Day at Mason Community Center

Mason Community Center celebrated World Down Syndrome day on March 20 to raise public awareness.

Add Color to Your Spring Wardrobe

Designed with functionality and style in mind, the Ming Wang Spring 2016 collection offers a wide variety of jackets and tops to effortlessly mix and match color and style. These vibrant hues will brighten any ensemble from dull to dazzling.

Building Up Sharonville

“It is a great spot to be in as Sharonville is making investments today that will ensure success for decades to come,” says Dan Neyer, president and CEO of Neyer Properties, who has personally been involved in more than 500 real estate projects totaling more than $1 billion in value.

Not in New York: Carl Solway and Cincinnati

Cincinnati Art Museum presents Not in New York: Carl Solway and Cincinnati highlights of 20th century art from April 30 to October 30.