A fire in 2008 that gutted the towers of Old St. George Church was almost the period at the end of its last sentence. But a partnership between Crossroads Church and Platte Architecture + Design turned that period into a comma.
Many lumber yards and building material stores are designed to meet the needs of the individual do-it-yourselfers with a dedicated “pro” desk. McCabe Lumber has built their business and reputation by offering the professional builder and remodeler a valuable partnership that legitimately earns the label “professional grade.”
For the past 25 years, Litsa Spanos, owner and president of ADC Art Design Consultants, Inc., has been working closely with local and national businesses to style their spaces with fine art pieces that she and her team of professional art consultants personally select.
For Bob Dames and Ed Biery, co-owners of Flipdaddy’s Brilliant Burgers & Craft Beer Bar, the burger business is anything but a job. It’s a lifelong passion, a dream that has come to fruition. Their impeccable attention to detail and responsiveness to customer feedback has earned the attention of their customers, building a devoted fan base and distinguishing their brand.
Being around for over 100 years, it’s safe to say that MainSource Bank knows a few things about what it takes to make a successful business and keep it successful. Senior Vice President David B. Cardell sat down with LEAD to share his experiences of working in Cincinnati and his advice on how to keep the city’s future bright.
During the past year, Alexander Donath, MD, of Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery has traveled the world, addressing colleagues in places as diverse as Rio de Janeiro, London and Dubai about the latest trends in cosmetic procedures that keep patients looking their best.
Small firms are doing big things in the world of architecture. WentzDesign, in collaboration with Phoenix Architecture, recently completed a 75,000-square-foot office project in Deerfield Township for London Computer Systems (LCS), an IT company headquartered in Cincinnati best known for its property management software Rent Manager®.
The inspiration behind the Dragonfly Foundation was deeply personal for Christine Neitzke. In 2010, she and her husband, Jim, faced a parent’s worst nightmare when they received a grim diagnosis for their youngest son, Matt.
The Bridal Event by Venue Magazine is an elegant, invitation-only event that offers soon to be brides the opportunity to personally connect with some of the city’s leading wedding vendors all in one beautiful new downtown Cincinnati location.
The Christ Hospital Gala 2016: For the Pursuit of Women’s Health raised more than $650,000 to benefit Women’s Health Programs throughout The Christ Hospital Health Network, including research, wellness programs, and patients-in-need.
When other florists won’t tackle difficult or unusual requests, Teresa Messer, owner of Fig Tree Florist and Gifts, is happy to save the day. “Our trademark style is taking on those projects that other florists just won’t touch,” she says.
Stepping Stones 12th annual Bloom event drew more than 400 guests to Greenacres Arts Center in Indian Hill on a balmy October 1. The event raised more than $270,000 to support Stepping Stones’ programs for children, teens and adults with disabilities.
The Backstage Event Center, a loft-style space above Nicholson’s Tavern and the Horse & Barrel Bourbon House, finished a full renovation last fall to offer terrific options for hosting any or all of your wedding celebrations, from ceremonies to receptions and showers. Overlooking the heart of the theatre district, you and your guests will enjoy this warm, urban, vibrant setting.
High atop Mt. Adams, under the stars and with a magnificent view of the diamonds in the Queen City’s skyline, you will find the acclaimed Celestial Steakhouse. Renowned for the quality of its menu and equally superb service, the Celestial Steakhouse is the city’s four-star and four-diamond award winning restaurant.
It is predicted that 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed and another 600,000 Americans will die from cancer this year. Additionally, it is projected that cancer-related medical costs will increase by 27 percent ($158 billion) by 2020.
Land Rover buyers who do want a taste of the roughing-it experience can head to the wilds of Blue Ash. The region’s only dealership, Jaguar Land Rover Cincinnati, has built a three-acre off-road course complete with rocky paths, hills and mud and a fairly deep faux riverbed. Four times a year, those who bought a new vehicle in the previous six months or so are invited to get them dirty by trying out the track in the rear of the facility.
If I say the words "cold feet" what is the first thought that comes to mind? A little word association game if you will. Don't over-think it, just spew out the first words that come to mind when you hear "cold feet". Remember there is no right or wrong answer. Well, maybe there is.
Deborah and Curt Tweddell could bend your ear with all the things their 35-year-old son, Bowen, who was born with severe cerebral palsy disorder, can’t do. Instead, Deborah delightedly shares the amazing abilities and awesome attributes of a young man who must tackle daily living challenges the rest of us cannot possibly understand.
Survival rates for most cancers are climbing, but a cancer diagnosis still carries an enormous impact for patients and their loved ones. Adding to the difficulty, patients often experience many unpleasant symptoms during or after their treatment.
The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati is proud to announce that their 2017 Campaign Chair is Debbie Brant, an extraordinary community leader who genuinely cares about making the community better. Currently a vice-president on the Federation Board, Debbie has been president of the Mayerson JCC, is an alumna of the National Young Leadership Cabinet, and has served as a lay leader at the Federation in many roles.
Brides throughout Greater Cincinnati have trusted the BonBonerie to create gorgeous wedding cakes for their big day for more than three decades. And those cakes are more than just beautiful centerpieces – they taste as good as they look.
Since 1966, the Randolph Company has been serving Greater Cincinnati through sound investment opportunities and portfolio management. Chairman and president Carter F. Randolph, PhD and his team manage portfolios worth more than $500 million.
The Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition, “Dressed to Kill: Japanese Arms and Armor,” introduces Japanese samurai culture and arts from the 16th-19th centuries and boasts many rare and never-before-seen objects.
Roehr Insurance Agency has created a name for itself thanks to a hard-earned reputation for superior customer service. Alvin Roehr, Jr., the president and CEO, prides himself on delivering protection for each client based on their specific needs. His agents cultivate a personal relationship with each customer.
Cincinnati brides and grooms need look no further than the Elements Conference and Event Centre to see their wedding wishes come to fruition. The meticulous event planning staff takes your vision and shapes it into the wedding of your dreams.
If your son or daughter gets hurt in the evening while skateboarding or playing sports, you would probably take them to an emergency room, right?
But what if you could take them to an orthopedic clinic to see a specialist? You now have that option at the new Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine walk-in clinic in Northern Kentucky.
On Monday, November 14th, the Ladies of Kindervelt 50 hosted an exclusive fashion show and luncheon featuring the Best of Saks Fifth Avenue. This was one of KV #50 most successful fashion show, raising over $43,500.
As financial advisors, our team at Beshear Financial gets to see firsthand the abundance of resources our clients manage beyond money. I was recently reminded of the resources we all have beyond money. We’ve found the following “Life Account Paradigm” incredibly helpful in planning and strategy for clients, and I believe these are important even if you are not a person of faith.
As the U.S. Census Bureau prepares to name the Cincinnati-Dayton region a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) by as early as this year, the West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance is embracing the many economic opportunities – as well as the challenges – the designation will present to the local business community.
Nelson Castillo and his Prime Cincinnati team have created the ultimate dining experience that is classy yet comfortable, offering a spectacular selection of quality beef and fresh seafood, with a destination wine list in the making.
In years like 2015 when the market provides little or no return, there are often articles written presenting a case as to why a financial advisor is necessary, given the cost. These articles can build a compelling case, but they typically assume a financial advisor’s sole responsibility is managing money.
"Like anything, a plan is only as good as it is implemented,” says Kate Brown, CFP®, Vice President, Senior Wealth Planner at Fort Washington Private Client Group. “I don’t believe in planning with questionnaires because dreams are too big to fit in a box. At Fort Washington, our team guides the client’s experience and ultimately delivers individualized expertise.”
Susan McElroy, MD challenges us to break the stigma of Mental Illness. As Chief Research Officer at the Lindner Center of HOPE, she currently oversees multiple ongoing studies in mood, anxiety, eating and impulse control disorders, genetics and psychopharmacology.
It’s so crazy I was just talking about you last night.
I am having a dinner party this weekend and I am worried nobody is going to show up. Do you remember when you used to have parties and the only people that came were Sue Ann and Ted and Murray and Lou…a little drunk?
Cincinnati Ballet Artistic Director Victoria Morgan believes the upcoming “King Arthur’s Camelot” performances will make for an ideal Valentine’s Day date, but it’s about more than the lush costumes, romantic story and moving performances by some of the most accomplished ballet professionals. “It’s the kind of thing couples can discuss over coffee after the show – What did it all mean? How can love in all its intensity change, enrich, and if not taken care of, consume your life?”
When shopping for jewelry, customers typically seek an experience as unique and personal as they want the piece to be. Paolo A Modern Jeweler, continues to reinvent the process – with the “Paolo Experience,” coffee, wine, chocolates and puppies included.