The Sheridan at Mason is a new, modern approach to senior living and care. They provide assisted living and memory care with best-in-class service customized to meet the needs of each resident.
Anisha and Ashwin were married at Drees Pavilion in Devou Park in Covington, Kentucky. The wedding was an outdoor fusion of a modern elegant wedding with a traditional Indian ceremony.
Increased foot traffic and the ability to conduct training and present seminars in their own conference facility are but a few of the benefits of Diversified Brokerage Specialists’ move to Blue Ash in 2008.
Every year, major depressive disorder affects almost 15 million American adults (7 percent of the population). The good news is that depression and another commonly diagnosed mood condition, bipolar disorder, are highly treatable. Since it opened in 2008, Lindner Center of HOPE has been leading the fight.
The University of Cincinnati’s Phase I Experimental Therapeutics Program – unique to the Tri-State region – continues to offer hope to cancer patients.
Triplefin is a patient services company. We help pharmaceutical manufacturers provide services to patients and their physicians to make it easier to gain access to medicines: affordability, insurance, navigation and adherence.
Drew Horter has led Horter Investment Management into a successful firm with more than 350 financial advisors.
For more than 50 years, Lang Financial Group has helped thousands of companies and individuals find the right mix of employee benefits to meet their needs and budget.
As more than a half-million people celebrated the end-of-summer ritual of fun, family and friends at Riverfest, they might not know that Western & Southern/WEBN fireworks is also building our community and lending a hand to Cincinnatians who might need a little extra help.
The Christ Hospital Health Network has joined a national clinical trial that could lead to new ways to detect cancer early, making treatment easier and saving lives. First-class medical centers around the nation are collaborating in one of the largest clinical study programs ever pursued in genomic medicine – customized medical care to your body’s unique genetic makeup.
Transforming Fashion Exhibit Debuts in Cincinnati
Contemporary Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has won international acclaim as one of the most visionary designers of the 21st century. Van Herpen takes fashion into the future.
Kevin Ford of Ford-Ellington Floral & Wedding Design creates a wedding design for each engaged couple that is unique to them.
Ohio is filled with exceptional people who believe lifting the lives of others is of greater purpose than elevating oneself. Telhio Credit Union, in partnership with LEAD Magazine, is proud to recognize these influencers; they serve with humility, empowering others to grow.
It’s rare and profound when we can learn from artists and craftspeople firsthand, face-to-face, in this day of instant information and delivery by drone.
Neil Hensley has served as the director of economic development for the City of Blue Ash since 2012. He is responsible for the business attraction, retention and expansion efforts.
LEAD Cincinnati celebrated the release of its fall issue on September 21st at RoundTower Technologies in Kenwood.
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The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation (The CEI Foundation) has added three new members, Melanie Prevost, Bruce Healey, and Robert Wassler, to its board of directors. Their terms are effective in 2017.
Every year at Passover, as we prepare for our Seders, we are reminded that nobody is a stranger. We are meant to make sure that everybody has a place at a table.
Presenting Four Chambers of Commerce
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Concern for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma has prompted Deaconess Associations Foundation (DAF) of Cincinnati to donate $50,000 for recovery efforts in Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
When Amanda Tipkemper began working with teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati in 2012, she was struck by the responses from parents when she asked about their children’s futures.
Though not as sensational as other news stories or as appealing to the pundits on cable TV talk shows, a new federal regulation goes into effect next year concerning the way many receive advice on how to invest their hard-earned money.
Venue magazine and Doni Flanigan are honored to present some of the women who routinely make a difference in the lives of many.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation chapter in Southwest Ohio might be a small relative to other local nonprofit organizations. The dedication of their volunteers and staff prove they can do big things when working together and taking care of each other as if they were family.
Peter Carr is biking 5,000 miles across America to raise money for the Mayfield Education & Research Foundation. He is doing it in memory of his mother, Jenny Carr, who was treated at Mayfield Brain and Spine in Cincinnati for a cancerous brain tumor. Unfortunately, she passed away earlier this year from glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), one of the most virulent brain cancers with no cure. Carr hopes the money he raises will enhance the research and development of treatments.
Known as one of Cincinnati’s top high-end wedding documentarians for the better part of the past two decades, the effortlessly effusive Bambino timed his late-June online gallery unveiling to almost 20 years to the day of the sale of his first black-and-white photo. Urban Design Gallery showcases sizable limited-edition prints of Bambinos’ exclusive Cincinnati, Chicago and New York street scenes and Italian gardens. Each photo touts Bambino’s unique composition and signature back story.
You tend to hear a lot about the fees financial advisors charge, but very little about the advantages and cost savings that getting good, solid advice provides. The advisors at Mossbarger Deimling Moler Financial Strategies Group (MDM Group) of Janney Montgomery Scott LLC are committed to making sure their clients experience the value of top-notch financial consultation.
Join us for three unique scenarios that impart a deeper meaning to the attitudes of patients, doctors and families. Shared in these stories are persistence, independent thinking, arrogance, common sense and the willingness to question.
LEAD Cincinnati celebrated the release of its fall issue on September 14th at Chaco Credit Union in West Chester.
The Longworth-Anderson Series, which launched in February by the nonprofit Cincinnati Memorial Hall Society, is enjoying great success. With each of its first four concerts having achieved sold-out audiences, the Series appears to be quickly finding a place in Cincinnati’s crowded entertainment calendar.
Are you hosting a business meeting for 10, a conference for more than 2,000 or anything in between? Are you looking to host it in a serene and picturesque setting, surrounded by a beautiful, award-winning, Arnold Palmer-designed golf course?
Like the glistening diamonds they sell, the Richter & Phillips Company’s new store sparkles and shines.
For a college student, the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their future vocation through an internship is an ideal way to put what they’ve learned in the classroom into practice.
“Chef Josh,” as he’s known, credits his family – and especially his grandmothers – for his love of food that led to his career. Family means a lot to Miragliotta. He grew up in a large Italian family that gathered every Sunday when he was a kid to share food and fun. Now, Miragliotta oversees all culinary operations at Belterra Park. That includes five restaurants: Burger Brothers, Favorites Steak & Pasta, Market Buffet, Nosh and Stadium Sports Bar & Grill.
The mission of The Dragonfly Foundation is to help young cancer patients and families find strength and empower their flight. Since 2010, Dragonfly has served thousands through their partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and has expanded to Dayton and Chicago. This summer, it launched its first summer camp program, Camp Uplift. The weeklong camp is geared toward incoming fifth- and sixth-graders. The goal is to share the idea that the kids have the power to make a difference. The camp is part of Dragonfly’s continued efforts to build a compassionate, supportive community for patients and their families.
If it were up to Dr. Beatriz Porras, a local dermatologist, people of all ages and from all walks of life would have an opportunity to attend an opera and experience its awe-inspiring magic.
They say there are two ways of spreading light – be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.
Language Skills that Underlie School Success
Language is the basis of communication and learning takes place through the process of communication.
Imagine if high school students and adults could get technical training and certification for valuable career skills alongside their classroom studies or full-time job.
Healthcare workers ready to advance their careers to the next level have a new local option at Union Institute & University in Cincinnati.
On the top of the hill in historic Mount Adams, Thai food lovers will find Teak Thai Cuisine, an authentic Thai restaurant where you can sample steamed dumplings, hot and sour shrimp soup, noodle-only dishes and house specials such as Thai seafood vermicelli in green curry sauce or classic ginger fish.
According to a 2016 Kaiser Family Foundation study, 73 percent of Americans consider a lack of access to mental healthcare a major problem. Many patients give up before receiving any treatment after finding the process too confusing or too limited. It can take several weeks to get an appointment with a mental health counselor, and even longer for a psychiatric evaluation. While local emergency rooms can provide acute care in a mental health emergency, affiliated hospitals are often not equipped to handle ongoing care or provide appropriate referrals. The Lindner Center of HOPE is stepping in to make the process of navigating the psychiatric healthcare landscape more efficient and more effective, with the launch of its new Rapid Access Service (RAS).
Teeing Off For Sight, The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation’s primary fundraising effort for its community outreach program, netted more than $30,000 this year that will help underwrite vision clinic expansions, including the purchase of equipment, staffing, and clinic operating expenses. A total of 88 golfers participated in the event, held June 16 at the Blue Ash Golf Course. Fifth Third Bank was the presenting sponsor. Taking first place was Volpenhein Brothers Electric. Second-place honors went to St. Elizabeth Healthcare.
Have you ever contemplated what legacy you intend to leave behind when your journey on Earth is over? Will that legacy quickly fade away or leave a lasting impact? That’s when God spoke clearly to my heart saying, “Missionaries are needed in the workplace too!”
The future looked a little brighter on April 5 when 10 students received scholarships at this year’s Franklin B. Walter Scholarship Award Program, hosted by the Warren County Educational Services Center. The group of dedicated, hard-working students from districts throughout Warren County were honored at a luncheon attended by educators and local elected officials. It was sponsored by the Greater Ohio Virtual School.
Concours d’Elegance celebrated its 40th year on June 11th at the city’s historic Ault Park. This world-class event brings together collector car enthusiasts from around the country to see some of the best and rarest automobiles and motorcycles ever built.
University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Eye Institute’s neuro-ophthalmologist Dr. Karl Golnik is on a mission to improve eye health and patient care at home and abroad by training more doctors to serve their communities.
Supporting Others to Help the Community
Whether it is to melt away the stress of the day, entertain guests or relieve some aches and pains with hydrotherapy, adding a hot tub to your home will provide you with ways to slow down and enjoy spending time with those around you.
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From infrastructure support and management to on premise networking, Cincinnati Tennis relies on Immedion's data center and managed services to keep the Western & Southern Open always on.