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Surprise Proposal: Lexi Kilgore & Tyler Edwards

Though Lexi Kilgore and Tyler Edwards met as teenagers, sparks didn’t fly until five years later when their paths crossed again. “When I saw him, I was stunned,” recalls Lexi. “Tyler had grown up!” Tyler was equally smitten, and the two dated for four years. Tyler knew he wanted to propose so after getting the blessing from Lexi’s parents, he and her mom, Karen, started to plan the perfect proposal.

Rays of Hope: Teams Blaze a Trail for Blood Cancer Research

About every three minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. If you want to help bring a ray of hope to someone enveloped in the darkness of a blood cancer diagnosis, there is still time to register to participate in this year’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Light The Night Walk, sponsored by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Tri-State Southern Ohio Chapter.

Best of the Best: Growing, Transforming A Leadership Community

Now in its 11th year, Network of Executive Women (NEW) Cincinnati continues to foster a growing community of women in leadership. The local non-profit organization – one of the almost two dozen regional NEW communities that comprise the national Network of Executive Women – welcomed 1,000 attendees to its sold-out May Learning and Networking Event featuring keynote speakers Jennifer Garner, chief brand officer for Once Upon A Farm and a spokesperson for Save the Children, and John Foraker, CEO of Once Upon a Farm and founder of Annie’s Organics.

They Never Met But He Is Making Her Dreams Come True

Cincinnati natives Esther Becker and Yosef Kirschner never met, but their story about building Cincinnati’s Jewish community together is one of intertwined dreams.

Pre-Owned Luxury Boutique Opens in Hyde Park

If you revel in the satisfaction of looking like a million bucks without having to spend it, you’ll want to head straight to Stafford Jewelers’ new 1,000-square-foot pre-owned luxury boutique located on Hyde Park Square.

Art in Bloom Spotlights Fine Art Masterpieces with Floral Interpretations

Art in Bloom returns to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall with floral arrangements inspired by the museum's permanent collection from October 17-20. Visitors can experience the floral displays for free during regular museum hours. Extended programming and special events will allow for additional experiences. Some special events are ticketed and require reservations. Please visit cincinnatiartmuseum.org/artbloom for full information.

Celebrating the Season of the Woman

With a mission to bring Shakespeare and other classic theatre to life for audiences of all ages, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has been sharing the wit and magic of Shakespeare with audiences since 1993. Originally founded as the Fahrenheit Theatre Company, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s first production was “The Taming of the Shrew” in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine. In 2014, CSC became one of the first five theatres in the U.S. to “Complete the Canon” by professionally producing all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays.

Moments of Bliss: Kailey Dennull & Matt See

Last year on their seventh dating anniversary, Matt See popped the question to Kailey Dennull, his high school sweetheart. When choosing a wedding date, they wanted to get as close to their dating anniversary as possible, so they picked May 11.

Volunteers of the Year

Although many acts of kindness, generosity and selflessness go unsung, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Southwest Ohio wants to be sure everyone knows about two of their most hard-working volunteers, Dan Feldkamp and Petra Vester. Together with JDRF, they help raise funding for Type 1 diabetes research.

150 Years of Conservation & Innovation at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Rated as the number one zoo in the country by USA Today, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden attracts over 1.8 million visitors each year. This is quite an impressive feat for a city with a metropolitan area of 2 million. The Cincinnati Zoo is the second-oldest zoo in the United States, opening in 1875, shortly after the Philadelphia Zoo opened in July 1874. One of the oldest nonprofit organizations in Cincinnati and the number one attraction in the Tri-State area, the Cincinnati Zoo has an estimated annual economic impact of $143

Poignant Partnership: Sharing Inspiring Stories of Freedom & Perseverance

An expanded partnership between two historically significant Cincinnati institutions promises to provide visitors to each a variety of excellent opportunities for gleaning a greater understanding of the poignant stories and unique exhibitions offered by both.

Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra Presents Summermusik 2019

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra marks its 45th anniversary this year. To celebrate the occasion, as well as the highly successful 2018 Summermusik festival season that saw a dramatic 50% increase in subscriptions, this year music director Eckart Preu has again programmed three weeks of innovative and entertaining concert events.

ROOKWOOD POTTERY GRAND OPENING AT KENWOOD TOWNE CENTRE SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Rookwood Pottery to celebrate new store with artist demonstrations, giveaways, and light faire.

Here Comes The Bride - And Her Parents/Parents-To-Be

Every bride wants to look and feel beautiful on her big day, but there’s a new trend that’s taking shape when it comes to wedding planning – family beautification.

Ending the Silence, Stopping the Stigma of Mental Illness

The statistics are, without a doubt, nothing short of staggering. Mental illness is the number-one health problem facing our nation, yet research and access to treatment are still severely underfunded and our country’s mental health system is alarmingly overburdened. Less than 50 percent of people needing mental health care receive the necessary help or treatment.

Celebrating 90 Years of Serving the Cincinnati Area

A third-generation business, Cincinnati Color Company turns 90 this year. Currently, Greg Deifel and his brother, Doug, run the business, which has two locations – Oakley Paint and Glass, 3142 Madison Road and Cincinnati Color, 1027 Dalton Avenue.

SAVE THE DATE: Stepping Stones Celebrates 15th Annual ‘Bloom’ Gala Sept. 7

Stepping Stones’ Bloom gala, an evening of live music, dancing, and tapas dining, will be held Saturday, Sept. 7 at Greenacres Arts Center in Indian Hill.