Owning and operating a small business isn’t easy, but Hoffman & Albers Interiors continues to grow. The company is celebrating its 23rd anniversary as one of Cincinnati’s premier interior design resources.
Is it ever easy to say goodbye, no matter how old your children are? Sometimes I am the first to admit I wish they would take their stuff and their mess and go… I am sick of looking at their moldy Tupperware in the refrigerator! But, I am not talking about temporary visits on school breaks. I am talking about when they leave. When they really leave. When they really say goodbye. It is the grown up version of how I felt when I dropped them at overnight summer camp for the first time. That feeling of “when will I get the first letter?” No matter how old my kids get (or how old I get), saying goodbye is simply damn hard.
For nearly 20 years, Professional Radiology, Inc. (PRI) has been a leading diagnostic and interventional private practice radiology group, pioneering innovative, cutting-edge technology with a focus on personalized, quality service.
Tom Daskalakis serves as interim chief administrative officer for UC Health’s West Chester Hospital. Daskalakis values creativity and collaboration, especially from a community partnership perspective and the hospitals new maternity unit is an outstanding outcome of that.
One of eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. At least 15 to 20 percent of these women will have genetic or heredofamilial breast cancer. What if we can use gene editing to eliminate breast cancers?
Horter Investment Management, LLC, a $1B asset firm, has expanded to more than 250 investment advisor representatives and more than 100 additional investment advisor representatives with 50 independent advisory firms.
Customers crave value, one-on-one attention and interaction, which is a tall order with a large corporation or a retail chain. One Cincinnati company offers an innovative solution without sacrificing their signature quality.
I might not be the expert on relationship advice, but I am definitely willing to share some of my insights into the unknown world of second marriages post 50. After all, saying it “out loud” helps me remember too!
U.S. Bank is devoted to Cincinnati and all its promise through enriching business and community relationships. The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank provides investment, trust, banking and planning services for its clients and its advisors serve on numerous boards of community organizations in Greater Cincinnati. Those organizations receive donations, grants, scholarships and hands-on volunteer help from U.S. Bank leadership and employees. In 2015, the U.S. Bank Foundation provided $53 million in grants and contributions to nonprofit organizations. Community sponsorships and U.S. Bank employees gave 255,000 hours of volunteer time.
For 20 years, The Urology Group has provided Greater Cincinnati patients with advanced care. Founded in 1996 with 23 physicians, the independent practice has grown to roughly 40 physicians with 305 staff members and is one of the largest specialty health care groups in the country.
The Tasty Ingredients for Gourmet Melodies - A Benefit for Hospice of Cincinnati
Benjamin Luckhaupt is one of countless people in the Tri-State who have been touched by the work of Hospice of Cincinnati. As a young child, Luckhaupt remembers saying his goodbyes to his grandmother when she was cared for at Hospice of Cincinnati in Blue Ash.
Jacki shares her thoughts on intentionality and Life’s Mission, her daily prescription for increased confidence and presence, her personal goal setting activities, why she serves in a marriage ministry…Plus her lesson on using your competitive advantage.
In 2014, you might be surprised by the event that sold out the Staples Center in Los Angeles and attracted more than 32 million viewers. It was 10 guys in front of computers playing a video game. Electronic competitive gaming – eSports – is responsible for epic draws of gamers and their fans.
Mercedes-Benz of West Chester collaborates with community organizations such as The Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty, Kindervelt, Outdoor Adventure Clubs of Greater Cincinnati, and The Dragonfly Foundation to help support and improve Cincinnati.
Dan McNeil, a strategic business leader and entrepreneur talks to Kristie Sheanshang of Flair (www.Flairconfidence.com). Confidence is how you view yourself and the thoughts you believe about yourself (i.e.: Dan believes he is blessed, smart, cares about others). My worth doesn’t come from me, but from the Source that gives me Strength. When I am dialed into that, my confidence goes up, when I am trying to do life on my own, my confidence goes down. He also chats about his counter cultural approach to those terrible teenage years, as well as his mentor Ford Taylor
Beacon Orthopaedics welcomed David Sower, MD, to its Northern Kentucky clinic in Erlanger. Partnering with orthopaedic surgeon Michael Rohmiller, MD, who specializes in spinal procedures, Dr. Sower will focus on non-surgical treatment and care for patients with spinal injuries.
Cincinnati has a rich history of being an entrepreneurial city. With such major corporations and global players as Procter & Gamble, Kroger and Macy’s, the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati, is as an integral source of creative power for these companies and other organizations and the city itself.
Minerals have been celebrated throughout history for their restorative powers and health benefits. In 2011, Shelly Summe, owner of Bleux Water Spa and her business partner, Kyle Henson, began their quest to use the natural mineral water to open a spa.
On February 2, Rob Richardson, Jr. was unanimously elected as Chair of the University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees. At the age of 37, Richardson became the youngest person to ever serve as the head of UC’s trustees and is currently the youngest in the country to serve as chair among the nation’s research-intensive public universities.
In an age of impersonal fast food, overhyped corporate branding, and formulaic menus that blend together, there’s something about a locally owned neighborhood burger joint that utilizes original recipes and a personal touch. Flipdaddy’s Brilliant Burgers & Craft Beer Bar is working hard to be just that in Greater Cincinnati.
Serving a niche market that focuses on advanced manufacturing, clean technology and digital solutions, The Hamilton Mill helps grow and scale startup businesses to get them off to the right track as well as remain sustainable long-term. One of their unique offerings is their programmatic effort coined “City as a Lab” connecting their startups with potential future customers to beta-test the various innovations.
A bride’s experience with Carrie Karibo Bridal starts the moment she visits the boutique’s website that reflects the needs of the modern bride. The site gives brides-to-be a preview of what the shop has to offer, including a list of the exclusive designers carried with five images for each designer and a price range.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati (BGCGC) has been saving and transforming the lives of at-risk youth through providing free, out-of-school and summer youth development programs that supports our youth to become productive adults by breaking the cycle of poverty and contributing to our community. The mission of BGCGC is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
You’re busy, young and feel healthy – do you need a primary care physician (PCP)? The answer is yes, you most certainly do.
A PCP is integral for receiving optimum care, keeping you healthy as you age. When problems arise, which eventually happens to everyone, a PCP is the first line of defense.
Leading PCPs from Greater Cincinnati healthcare networks weigh in on why regular visits are important and what makes an outstanding patient-physician relationship.
Greater Cincinnati will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Western & Southern/WEBN fireworks on September 4. What started years ago as a birthday party for the radio station has become an annual tradition. Western & Southern believed in the event enough to become the title sponsor when the opportunity became available last year.
I am getting married.
The words look awkwardly strange in print and I must admit they don't readily roll off my tongue. Not because I have doubts—but more because I never imagined my 53 year old Mary Tyler Moore self getting married again. But just sometimes what we are looking for has been there all along.
Got skin? Then perhaps you need to chat with Rodan + Fields consultant Laurie Moher. The Wyoming resident became a consultant for the uber-popular direct-sales company that Forbes Magazine recently described as “increasingly rising to become one of the most well-respected skincare companies in the world.” She spends one Saturday a month in the lobby of Bridal and Formal in the Reading wedding district and consults with brides-to-be on how to take the best possible care of their faces prior to their wedding day. It is also an opportunity for women to learn more about becoming a consultant on Moher’s growing Rodan +Fields team.
For those who love to travel in their retirement years, owning a home or condo can bring responsibilities and worries. One of the advantages of living in a retirement community is the ease with which one can just get away. That is what one hears from residents of Deupree House, the premier independent living community operated by Episcopal Retirement Services.
The first sports utility vehicle ever made by the luxury brand, the F-PACE is packed with new features and keeps in step with the high expectations that come along with the Jaguar name. “The XE is perfect for anyone who is looking to enter into a luxury brand for the first time,” says Hildebrandt. “Or for customers who want the luxury experience in a bigger car.”
Happiness is often a clichéd topic to write about. But the pursuit of happiness seems to drive so much of our behavior in life, our work life, our family life, and our financial life, that it is impossible to ignore. The irony is that most people spend the majority of their waking hours working a job to make sure they and their family can get the life they desire, and ultimately, be happy. But most people spend very little time thinking about what really creates long-term happiness, and more importantly what creates joy. How can we best spend our time, our money and our resources to ensure that we’re living a life of fulfillment?
Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art, located in the National Historic Landmark, Baum — Taft house, is home to a world renowned permanent collection of treasures as well as engaging special exhibitions, programs and activities.
Our eyes are intricate tools that gather light and communicate with the brain, creating conversations through its many working parts. Loss of sight is a dreaded disability, and one the Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) is actively fighting.
When one looks back at 50 years of contemporary art collecting in Cincinnati, it seems Carl Solway’s DNA is everywhere. Since 1962 the rising artists of the modern art world have passed through his galleries, first on West Fourth Street, downtown, to the current Carl Solway Gallery on Findlay Street in the West End.
After 33 years, Bethany House Services Steps Up Again for Homeless Families.
Bethany House provides a sanctuary for desperate homeless families who need assistance to re-establish independent living. “Our shelter meets a family’s immediate needs for housing, food, and necessities as they come to us from the street or living in their car. Most children arrive with only the clothes on their backs and an exhausted mother. Homeless children are not only at risk for abuse, hunger and neglect – most have already endured adverse events. They are frightened, hungry and often chronically ill.” Bethany House provides a safe haven for the entire family while the parents work to identify and overcome barriers to independent living.
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati is a shining example of an organization with the ability to connect diverse populations to make a positive impact in the community. It does so by building relationships and forging partnerships to empower others to make a difference.
Each year, Broadway in Cincinnati endeavors to bring a balanced mix of New York-quality entertainment to Cincinnati, from revivals of familiar classics and family appropriate shows to popular favorites and edgier fare.
The 2016-17 season that begins at the Aronoff Center in September offers something that will appeal to multiple generations.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately 1 million lives annually, according to the Heart Foundation.
Now is the best time to take control of your heart health, regardless of age or family history. Read more to learn what leading cardiologists from Cincinnati’s healthcare networks advise for maintaining a healthy heart.
Anyone suffering from disabling chronic migraines is searching for one thing: relief. West Chester Hospital now offers that relief in the form of the region’s only outpatient dihydroergotamine (DHE) infusion center.
Whether it’s grieving loved ones who are cleaning out the homes of their deceased family members or hoarders who schedule a crew to visit their property each week to remove unwanted clutter, residents throughout Cincinnati, Dayton and the surrounding communities call on one man to do the job – Pete McCreary.
Although Deeter Advisory Group first opened its doors six years ago, founder Josh Deeter, has been in the financial industry for more than a decade. Today, Deeter Advisory Group provides best-in-class wealth management to a wide range of approximately 70 clients of all ages, including individuals, families and small business owners.
Eyesight is invaluable, especially if your career is based around keeping your eye on the ball. That was debilitating for baseball Hall of Fame sportswriter Hal McCoy, who became legally blind in 2003. Surgeons at Cincinnati Eye Institute offered McCoy the opportunity to improve his eyesight and return to the game.
Rejuve Cosmetic & Wellness Center is located in Hyde Park Square where Dr. Bret Bruder has created a boutique-like atmosphere, transforming a house into an office so his patients feel a warm and family-like atmosphere where attention to personal detail is a must.