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.
For Rich Frantz, it started in the 1960s as a college kid when he got a MGB Roadster, then a Triumph TR6. Years later, Frantz stumbled on a beat-up ’69 Jaguar XKE. And he was hooked.
Mount Notre Dame High School’s My Action Plan (MAP) program empowers young women to take control of their personal, spiritual and academic growth, and prepares them for life outside the classroom.
Archbishop McNicholas High School promotes a Christ-centered, coed Catholic community that embraces each student spiritually, intellectually, morally and physically. The faculty strives to see students for who and what they are, and develop a personalized plan to elevate each student to his or her fullest potential.
The neon lights are bright on, well, the Aronoff Center, where Broadway comes to Cincinnati each year through the popular Broadway in Cincinnati series. The 2017-2018 season promises to delight audiences once again with an exciting mix of beloved classics, critically acclaimed Broadway hits and shows that will appeal to all ages.
Annual community outreach fundraiser will honor two CEI physicians as Leaders of Vision
While Dr. Daniel Kuy’s office offers a wide range of non-invasive treatments, including fillers, Botox and chemical peels, two of the newest and most advanced treatments available are Fractional Carbon Dioxide Laser Treatment (Frax 1550) and soft tissue correction and enhancement of small-volume aesthetic defects using Renuva, both are very promising new technologies.
After age 18, there are fewer educational opportunities for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Paul and Terri Hogan of Contemporary Cabinetry East in Blue Ash are trying to close that gap and show other small business owners that including people with disabilities in the workforce is a benefit, not a hindrance, to their bottom line.
The look on Larry’s face confirmed our desperate plight. He exerted all of his human strength to steer the boat upright and to keep us alive. He cried out, “Oh Lord, SAVE US, PLEASE, SAVE US!”
When the new school year begins in August, Cincinnati Public Schools will be led by one of its own. Catherine Laura Mitchell was appointed superintendent in May, replacing Mary Ronan, who is retiring after nine years at the helm of the largest school district in Southwest Ohio.
Saint Ursula Academy has three major physical changes in the works. Students and faculty eagerly look forward to a renovated theater, a new art and design center and a redesigned library and media center, all of which will be ready for the upcoming school year.
During 2017-18, one of Cincinnati’s oldest cultural institutions will celebrate a major milestone. Established nearly 30 years before the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, more than 50 years before the Cincinnati Opera, and almost 100 years before the Cincinnati Ballet, the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) traces its origins to 1867. Today CCM has more than 1,350 students enrolled in nearly 120 different degree programs.
The construction site on the western side of Mt. Adams on Oregon Street, sporting piles of dirt and inklings of foundation work, represents the first phase of a unique, single-family townhome and condominium community that will offer the perfect mix of upscale urban living opportunities. And the $1.5 million to $1.9 million homes are selling like hotcakes – six townhomes sold in six months.
Cincinnati offers a vast array of dining choices. Cuisines from distant cultures appear with increased frequency along with new versions of familiar classics. A standout among these choices, located in the heart of the arts and business center of the city, is privately owned and independent Prime Cincinnati.
The word “retirement” has a different meaning for everyone. For most, retirement is known as a time of joy, engaging in activities of interest, travel, and more time with loved ones. As people are living longer and healthier lives, the challenge of achieving this lifelong dream is greater, therefore changing the way retirement is viewed. The traditional approach, work and save until you hit your “number,” is no longer the only strategy. Jared Nickoli shares 3 approaches to retirement we see today.
The city’s childhood poverty rate is more than twice the national average of 21.7 percent. Almost half of all of our kids in Cincinnati – 45.5 percent – live at or below the poverty level. However, a unique and innovative high school – DePaul Cristo Rey (DPCR) – has set out to change that statistic, and with the help of some notable companies, they are doing it one student at a time.
With one of the most diverse school communities and the strength of more than 18,000 alumni, there appears to be big things on the horizon for the Cavaliers.
The 2016-17 Cincinnati Ballet season featured a yearlong, thrilling 20th anniversary celebration of artistic director Victoria Morgan. For those who think the following season might call for a bit of a rest, think again. In classic Morgan fashion, she “can’t wait to dig into” the exciting 2017-18 season.
The positive notes resonating from The Christ Hospital’s 12-member show choir, 98.6 Degrees, continue to benefit hospital employees, patients and the local arts community. Competing in the annual CincySings competition, the group took the top spot in the Grand Champion and Fan Favorite categories earlier this year.
Making the Engagement Ring Buying Process Memorable and Meaningful
Robert Woodson has helped couples through the process of selecting an engagement ring for more than three decades, but he has yet to lose his enthusiasm.
Fiduciary. An odd sounding word to describe something to do with money. In fact, as the definition of the word illustrates, “fiduciary” is at its core, a word with the concept of trust, confidence, obligation, law and benefit attached to it.
Venue Magazine's 2017 K-12 and College Guide
The Cincinnati Art Museum proudly presents “A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America,” a fun, colorful exhibition with wide audience appeal, June 10-September 3.
As area residents continue to bask in the summer sun, Dr. Allison Holzapfel of Mangat, Holzapfel & Lied Plastic Surgery always reminds her patients to take care of their skin before enjoying summer rays.
Venue Magazine presents The Great Leaders Under 40. The goal of this award is to honor and celebrate the successes of some of our area’s strongest leaders under the age of 40 who are making an impactful contribution in our community. It is the opinion of our publication that over the years these individuals will become great pillars of strength and leadership in our region.
“We want to change the way people think about the way they think,” says Ryan Wynett, learning lab specialist at the “Open Your Mind: Understanding Implicit Bias” exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
Whether it is day-to-day decision making or long-term planning, any parent can relate to the challenge and responsibility of raising a child and striving to give them the best future possible.
The Great Leaders Under 40 Awards 2017
The Force is now with the Queen City. On May 25, the Smithsonian traveling exhibition, “Star Wars™ and the Power of Costume” arrived at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.
In September, a major provider of top-of-the-line assisted living facilities and services with deep roots in the Cincinnati community will open a new residence, The Sheridan at Mason.
This spring, a group of Cincinnatians with a heart for our city came together for a unique fundraising event to benefit CityLink Center.
A major feature of homes today is the enhancement of sound, video, lighting, temperature and physical environment. Advances of the last 20 years have provided greater ability to control our environment, to choreograph our activities from when we wake up until when we turn in. We can even control our homes remotely from our smartphone.
People don’t expect a doctor’s assessment of their health and any subsequent recommendations to be exactly the same for every patient. The same can be expected of accountants or contractors who are building a home.
There are many definitions of wellness, but every one includes a proactive, deliberate process when an individual or organization achieves its highest potential. According to the National Wellness Institute, wellness is “a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential.” It goes across disciplines to encompass lifestyle, mental and spiritual well-being, and the environment. It is positive and affirming.
If you have attended a Pink Ribbon Luncheon, you know it’s unlike any other fundraiser. You’ll be “tickled pink” to hear that the 16th annual event will be yet another one to remember.
of the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Todd Kelly, Executive Chef and Director of Food & Beverage at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, is responsible for creating the distinct menu for Orchids at Palm Court, The Grille at Palm Court and The Bar at Palm Court.
CEO Focuses on Driving Innovation to Serve the Changing Needs of Older Adults
For Laura Lamb, taking risks and innovating comes naturally. It’s likely she inherited her inventive spirit from her grandmother.
The Healthcare Leadership Award honors our region’s leading healthcare professionals who strive to improve, not only the everyday lives of their patients and colleagues, but their community as well. Honorees aim to increase our quality of life while working toward the progression of the healthcare world.
Healthcare Leadership Awards 2017
Although John and Shannon Cleghorn never envisioned a food truck as the answer to their prayers, they stepped forward in faith and are now building a thriving business and a special team as well through jon jons BBQ and Catering.
Committed to Creating Beautiful, Healthy Homes
RWA Architects has an impressive record of designing healthy, sustainable houses beautifully. The firm, now in its 28th year, has been recognized with more than 30 regional and national industry awards for their innovative solutions, at the heart of which is state-of-the-art sustainable building technology and a commitment to focusing on their clients’ desired aesthetic appeal.
Five years ago, Steven Bohman’s grandmother entered Madonna Manor for physical therapy. The 13-year-old had no idea that a ripple effect was set in motion that day, one that would lead him down a path to impact so many.
When most people think about breast cancer screening, mammography immediately comes to mind. While mammograms are beneficial exams and are a great option for preventative screening, the fact is that mammograms can miss approximately 30 to 35 percent of invasive breast cancers. The Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund (CCPF) is working to make sure the women in the Tri-State area know that when it comes to breast cancer screening, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. CCPF is working to educate women about their options through their Pink Ribbon Empowerment Program, or PREP.
Stepping Stones’ June Golf Classic netted $80,000 to support programs for children, teens and adults with disabilities. The 16th annual event was held June 12 at O’Bannon Creek Golf Course in Loveland, and welcomed 160 golfers from around the country.
Nearly 30 percent of women will suffer from conditions caused by deterioration of muscles, connective tissues, bone structures and ligaments in the pelvis at some point in their lifetime. Together, these are collectively known as the “pelvic floor,” and are critical to supporting organs such as the uterus and bladder. Yet as common as pelvic floor disorders are, many women do not seek treatment, suffering from needless discomfort and embarrassment. Dr. Shah says The Christ Hospital Pelvic Floor Center offers unique benefits over traditional treatment.
Dilly has been a Mariemont neighborhood gem since it opened 34 years ago. Owner Chuck Warinner is excited to reveal the bistro, bar & bottle shop’s recent renovation, Dilly’s first major facelift since 1996.
Whether designing and building a new home or embarking upon a large-scale remodeling of your existing home, both take a dash of desire, a dare to dream and the determination to not let the details overwhelm you.
Do you remember a time when you put your child down and they just stayed put? They were exactly where you left them.
Horter Investment Management not only puts great care on where they invest for their clients, they have also invested in an experienced team of advisors. These people work with clients individually to achieve a desired lifestyle during retirement.
Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, improves the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both. It rejuvenates the appearance to the surrounding area of your eyes, making you look more rested and alert.