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Helping Students Soar Towards Their Future

The Aviator Flight Plan at Sycamore Community Schools helps students soar ahead by helping them make the connection between the classroom and their future at an earlier age.

The Perfect Venue for Taking the Plunge

When planning a wedding, each and every detail feels significant – but when the day arrives, it’s the big picture that couples and their guests will remember the most.

Emotional Intelligence Leads to Corporate Success

What makes a good leader? Business discourse traditionally focuses on the cognitive intelligence of employees while a crucial component, emotional intelligence, often isn’t considered.

Let’s Talk Because Communication is Basic to Living

Parents, teachers and physicians want to give children and young adults every advantage possible. That’s why they turn to the Cincinnati Center for Improved Communication.

Mercy Health Announces Retirement of President and CEO Michael Connelly

Mercy Health – a Catholic healthcare ministry serving Ohio and Kentucky – today announced the retirement of President and CEO Michael Connelly, effective January 31, 2017.

The Power of X

The Xavier University student pledge reads, in part, “We will succeed in changing the world together. We act with integrity, justice and generosity. All for One and One for All.”

Event Pics: My Big Fat Italian Gala

The Good Samaritans of Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation's 32nd annual gala, My Big Fat Italian Gala, raised $500,000 to support development of Good Samaritan Hospital concussion management program.

Bella Luna

In cooking, there are certain journeys to be made – trials and errors, attempts at perfection and improving upon existing recipes to make them even better. This is a journey that Harry Stephens, owner of Bella Luna, knows all too well. Like any restaurateur, Stephens constantly has his ears open for new recipes and new ideas for the authentic Italian restaurant. But recently, he realized, Bella Luna’s evolution was just beginning.

Great Leaders Under 40 2016 Video 3

Check out video 3 from our Great Leaders Under 40 luncheon! You'll see responses from thought leaders of Breakthrough Cincinnati, Main Street DBAs, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati, Deeter Advisory Group, GE Global Operations University of Cincinnati and Eye Do Makeup and Hair, LLC.

Event Pics: 2016 Hearts for Hope Gala

Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH) celebrated the 2016 Hearts of Hope Gala on February 13 at The Grand Ballroom of the Duke Energy Center.

A New Pace

Bill Thomason was one of the first patients in Greater Cincinnati to receive a leadless pacemaker through a clinical research trial at St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute. Measuring less than 10 percent of the size of a conventional pacemaker, this leadless pacemaker doesn’t require invasive surgery like its predecessors that usually require longer recovery periods. “There are no restrictions with the leadless pacemaker.”

Benefit from the Power of Mineral Water

Minerals have been celebrated throughout history for their restorative powers and health benefits. Bleux Water Spa, located in the Mariemont Promenade, sits upon a source of mineral water that was created by glacial movements and mineral deposits. In 2011, Shelly Summe, owner of Bleux Water Spa and her business partner, Kyle Henson, began their quest to use the natural mineral water to open a spa.

Never-Ending Options in a Gorgeous Space

Booking the perfect venue for a wedding is tough task. The Cincinnati Club is a unique space downtown that offers multiple rooms, each with a unique style, and a top-notch catering service. The venue accommodates all practical needs, with rooms that range from small and intimate to large and grand.

Handbags for Hope Raises Over $47,000 for Literacy Network

The Literacy Network hosted its fifth annual Handbags for Hope fundraiser on February 25th at the Cincinnati Club. With almost 400 people in attendance, the event raised over $47,000 for Literacy Network programs.

Maintaining Community, Bettering Neighborhoods

One thing that’s the same throughout the metropolitan region is the pride residents have for their area. This is why there are neighborhood councils; residents volunteer for the associations to ensure the neighborhood reflects those perspectives. Andrew Scarpitti is the president of the Hyde Park Neighborhood Council, as well as a wealth management advisor for Northwestern Mutual. “The board meets with the other members of the council to get a better understanding of our neighborhood’s needs, and then we work to improve communication with the city,” says Scarpitti.

Event Pics: The Fifth Annual Dragonfly Gala

More than $210,000 was raised at the fifth annual Dragonfly Gala!

My Furry Valentine

A record-breaking 13,500 people attended My Furry Valentine on February 24, the region’s largest annual animal adoption event, on Valentine’s Day weekend.