Summer’s almost here. Our frequently wet and chilly spring has given way to warm afternoons and evenings.
It’s time for something different, unique and engaging with that special someone or friends and family.
Since 2009, Ultimate Air Shuttle has set the bar for luxury travel from and to Cincinnati. With convenient departure locations from both Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and Lunken Airport, the carrier has become synonymous with both luxury business travel and value.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is the place for fun and creativity this summer! Delve into art with eight weeks of summer camps packed with exciting art projects, gallery games, indoor and outdoor activities and more.
Most drivers like to keep their cars clean and avoid driving through mud and puddles. However, Jaguar Land Rover Cincinnati not only encourages going off-road and getting dirt on their vehicles, they promote it.
Allen Walker, owner of Big Daddy Walker Productions, loves what he does. He began DJing for a friend to support himself while earning his college degree in special education. He knew he wanted to help other people, but Walker quickly discovered that he had a gift for entertaining people as well. His life soon began to take an unexpected turn.
Artic Diamond is in the business of setting your wedding apart from the rest. A couple’s once-in-a-lifetime celebration can be made magical with a stunning ice sculpture in various forms and styles that can include a state-of-the-art ice bar, a jaw-dropping display or an awe-inspiring tabletop centerpiece, just as special and unique as the lucky couple.
Having two daughters get engaged within the same month would be daunting for most parents, but Ann Hayden, mother of Claire Brown and Nadyne Sukys, was ready for the challenge. One of the first calls she made for both of her daughters was to Kevin Ford, owner of Ford-Ellington Wedding & Event Design.
When the carpets need cleaning, the landscaping needs attention, or the parking lot needs striping, owners of more than 150 local commercial buildings throughout Cincinnati, Dayton and the surrounding communities call on one man to do the job – Brent Degenhardt.
America's Race is the Greatest Two Minutes in Sports, but the Ladies of Kindervelt 50 hosted more than just another Derby Party; "Hats, Horses & Hearts" was a celebration to raise much needed funds to support breakthrough care provided through the Cincinnati Children's Heart Institute / Neurodevelopmental Educational Clinic.
Rising to the Challenge in the Global Fight Against Cancer
“The goal of the University Cancer program is to raise the level of cancer care throughout the whole region, and to maximize the chances of a cure with as low toxicity as possible,” says William Barrett, MD, director of the institute.
The center, which has approximately 90 physicians and 90 researchers, is a hub for cancer diagnosis and treatment as well as oncologic clinical trials and cancer biology research.
The John F. Barrett Entrepreneur Vision Award celebrates local business leaders who, through their willingness to take risks, stand out as community leaders who have built successful businesses that stimulate our local economy. The award is given annually to outstanding entrepreneurs who truly embody the entrepreneurial vision and spirit of Cincinnati in its evolution as a world-class city.
Museum Commits to Community Connections and
Expanded Civic Agenda at 136th Annual Meeting
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve a new Strategic Plan that will shape institutional direction and priorities for the next five years. The Strategic Plan 2016-2020 articulates that the story of art – past, present and future – enriches life, promotes a thriving creative economy, and links people and perspectives across cultures and history.
The Lindner Center of HOPE, which opened in 2008 and is affiliated with UC Health, offers patient-centered, scientifically advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness, addictions and other disorders. The Lindner Center calls its partial hospitalization program Mindful Transitions, designed to fill that gap where a patient might need more intensive care than they would get in an outpatient setting, yet do not require hospitalization.
After getting married, Frank and Lori Wright were ready to merge their households. The couple was introduced to the design team at Dwellings through Adam Perkins of Masterpiece Audio Video in Fort Wright. The couple officially moved in October and say they couldn’t be happier.
Founded in 2002, Cincinnati Circus Company provides a novel twist to your wedding entertainment, literally taking your event to new heights. The company performs events all over the country, providing more than 200 different forms of entertainment.
Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, and no one knows that better than Kathy and Bill Kinane, owners of Manor House. The duo has helped create memorable weddings at the Manor House for 20 years.
2016 C-Suite Awards honorees: Dora Anim, Greg Beasley, Jay Bedi, Randi Bellner, Brian Berning, Randy Brunk, Nelson Castillo, Dan Connors, Myrita Craig, Kelley Downing, Barry Farmer, Trey Grayson, Rabbi Abie Ingber, Bryan Hogan, William Hurford, Laurence Jones, Greg Livingston, Candace McGraw, James Reynolds, Rob Richardson, Jr., George Sehi, Dan de Stefano, Mike Vollette, Nita Walker, Rodney Williams and R. Douglas Spitler.
Everyone deserves a decent place to live. Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati strengthens families in our community by building or rehabbing houses in the Tri-State. More than 550 local homes have been repaired or constructed by the organization.
After dating for a year and a half, Daniel was ready to spend the rest of his life with Amanda. He planned a memorable proposal at Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse with the help of family and friends. The restaurant was a special location for the couple: he took Amanda there on their first date.
Heels on. Glasses up! Join Cancer Support Community on Thursday, May 26 for the fun and fashionable Wine Women & Shoes featuring wine tasting, silent & live auctions, fashion show, charming shoe guys and a shopping marketplace! Be there. be fabulous!
A person who attacks a network is like a virus that infects a human: It mutates. The difference? Motivation. One mutates for survival and the other mutates to steal or destroy important information that hackers want.
Three out of four Americans struggle with weight. The largest contributing factor to good health is maintaining a steady weight and following a good diet. Obesity is a serious health issue, but Magdalena Kerschner, MD, at Victory Weight Loss & Wellness believes weight loss is possible with the proper medical attention and support.
Rookwood Pottery is undergoing a transformation. The world renowned pottery company is transitioning into a lifestyle brand intent on targeting a broader demographic. Although the company will continue production of their well-known signature items, the future promises to provide a wide array of new products, fresh for today’s tastes.
West Chester Hospital celebrated the 5th Annual Fundraising Event benefiting innovation in patient education and communication on April 22. This year’s event theme was “Celebrating the 80s” - it was a fun opportunity for guests to celebrate the past while supporting the future of healthcare in our community.
Designing spaces for people to live, work, play, discover, heal, learn and worship is the focus of Champlin Architecture. With an emphasis on collaborative design and innovation, community and employee engagement, and trends and research, the firm is poised for future growth in order to better serve its clients.
Elise and Christopher’s relationship quickly blossomed after their first date. The couple dated for 15 months before he popped the question. The couple celebrated their big day with a winter wonderland themed wedding on December 12, 2015
Organizations depend on information technology. It can often be an arduous and challenging terrain for individuals and companies to navigate. This is why organizations such as The Circuit, the IT association of the Greater Cincinnati region, are imperative to help guide the conversation and drive momentum.
There are few leaders whose vision has not only shaped the tapestry of Cincinnati through business and philanthropy, but has also shaped their own legacy. In Cincinnati, we have been blessed to have a number of civic leaders who have risen to strengthen our city’s future while overcoming obstacles using their incredible innovative spirit and entrepreneurial passion to make our city better.
Sydney and Callen form an enthusiastic couple with a passion for outdoor activities such as skiing, adventures and a heartfelt love of dogs. Their relationship began through mutual friends and an interest in live music. After five years of dating, Callen proposed during one of their favorite activities, hiking, while in one of their favorite cities, Ashville, North Carolina.
A sound retirement plan requires a diverse financial plan to ensure you achieve your goals and attain financial security. Understanding the advantages of using life insurance in a plan can add one more option for ensuring that path to financial security.
After 10 years, the “Kinsey African-American Art & History Collection” is coming back to Cincinnati. The exhibit, which starts November 4 and stretches through the new year at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, is one of the largest private collections of art and artifacts illuminating the black experience in America.