Folchi’s Formal Wear makes sure the gentlemen of the wedding party are taken care of as well as the ladies. The family owned and operated establishment has several locations – with a Folchi in each store to ensure quality and excellent service. They have opened a new location in Liberty Township’s new shopping center to provide more access to the selection of suits, tuxedos and other formal wear for men.
There are many things students would expect to gain during their time at the Art Academy of Cincinnati: knowledge, perspective, inspiration, life-long friends, a degree. But a surprising number of alumni also leave with something else — the love of their lives.
The New Year brings an exciting beginning for patrons of Water Tower Fine Wines. Owners David and Jan Lazarus are gearing up for 2016 as the first phase of renovations come to an end. He hopes to have the entire project completed by the end of February. The store will continue to carry an enormous selection of more than 2,000 bottles of wine.
The story of Cinderella is timeless – a fairytale story of not just rags to riches, but of hope and the rewards that come from believing that you are worthy of a better life. Cincinnati Ballet will bring this story to life on Valentine’s Day weekend, revitalizing the performance that was artistic director and CEO Victoria Morgan’s first full-length ballet as a choreographer for Cincinnati Ballet.
Ask almost anyone and they will tell you how busy they are – and stressed. Life today seems to run at a breakneck speed. Tanya Tieman, owner/operator of the award-winning, full-service Tanya’s Image and Wellness Salon, says a visit to her salon will leave you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.
The second annual Cincinnati Cyclones Frozen 5K Run/Walk held on Jan. 30, took participants on a 3.1 mile course along the banks of the Ohio River and through Cincinnati's Transit Center underneath Second Street.
The 23rd annual Greater Cincinnati Heart Ball, scheduled for February 20 at the Duke Energy Convention Center, is expected to raise more than $1 million to support the research and education mission of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA).
For some people, finding a passion in life takes time. For Karen Rolfes, it took 40 years. Rolfes discovered her love of painting while recovering from spinal fusion surgery and in 2015 Rolfes was recognized for her work through Art Design Consultants’ Art Comes Alive (ACA).
The Celestial Steakhouse has a longstanding reputation of serving excellent food and libations in Mount Adams. With breathtaking views of the Ohio River and Cincinnati skyline, it is no wonder patrons return again and again.
Buying a home for the first time can be overwhelming, but finding a credible real estate agent whose primary concern is the client – not the commission – is the most important initial step. Jenni McCauley is someone you can trust.
A wedding is one of life’s largest celebrations. As such, it requires precise planning and attention to detail. Tony Ricci’s seasoned and intuitive staff takes care of prospective brides and grooms by providing outstanding food and service for bridal showers, groom’s dinners and rehearsal dinners.
The restoration of classical works of art is, indeed, an art itself. But rarely do art lovers get to see the creative process, along with the blood, sweat and tears that takes place in the workshops and back rooms of the museum conservator, the person in charge of preserving, cleaning and stabilizing valuable works of art.
Makeup can be tricky. Between trying to match your skin tone in the best way possible, making sure your eyebrows are perfect and blending everything well, putting on a full face is time-consuming and difficult. Add the chaos that surrounds a wedding, and it’s best to sit back and let the experts take care of things.
To honor the strength, endurance and passion of those facing Alzheimer’s every day, thousands of Americans will participate in the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day® 2016 on Monday, June 20, the longest day of the year in the Western Hemisphere.
After 13 years, 27 major productions and more than 35,000 tickets sold, The Children’s Theatre of Mason has not only made a name for itself in the community, it’s outgrown expectations and facility space.
Lack of movement can equate to chronic conditions such as hypertension, obesity, depression or type 2 diabetes. But it doesn’t have to be this way: there are ample resources available to prevent these detrimental effects.
Ruchi Bhabhra, MD, PhD, an endocrinologist in the UC Health Women’s Center at West Chester Hospital and adjunct assistant professor of endocrinology, provides answers and support for people with thyroid disorders.
Details matter, especially in the once-in-a-lifetime celebration of marriage. Although love is always a wedding’s best ingredient, the dessert display often takes center stage at the reception. Whether a couple requests a traditional tiered cake, or cupcakes, cookies or pastries, the talented staff at the BonBonerie will design the perfect concoction.
Advances in technology continue to improve how we live our lives. Many of these innovations are finding their way into our homes. This is especially true with the concept of a “Smart Home,” which introduces automation for convenience and safety that enhances many daily functions.
A visit to the dentist can stir up anxiety for much of the general population, yet Bell Dental Group (BDG) counteracts those concerns with a combination of compassion, respect and exemplary care for each patient.
Knowing where to turn when an elderly parent needs assistance and extra care can be stressful and the source of much anxiety. That’s why, in 2008, Episcopal Retirement Homes started their Living Well Senior Solutions (LWSS) program.
Trends are ever-changing in the fashion world, and wedding fashion is no exception to that. Amanda Cacaro, owner of Hyde Park Bridal, and her team visit the Bridal Market in New York City to get a jump on the newest trends and the hottest styles every year.
Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) reaches out to the Greater Cincinnati region well beyond its urban campus in Over-the-Rhine. Community Education is its ambassador for a life of creativity providing a distinctive education for children, teens and adults by empowering them to embrace their artistic abilities.
Hopes, dreams and wishes for the New Year that were on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Tree of Life exhibit (ran from Nov. 17 to Jan. 10, 2016) will soon be used as fertilizer for a new tree to be planted in the spring.
Over the last year, buyout and job changes have become a hot topic locally. It begs the question “when taking a package or job change opportunities are presented, what does that mean for your financial plan?”
When the Fender family chose to leave their country-style home in Anderson Township, Lisa knew she wanted a change of pace. The old house possessed more of a country-chic stylization inside, creating a charm that befitted the outskirts of Cincinnati.
The Lakota School District is at the center of the expanding Interstate 75 corridor between Dayton and Cincinnati. In fact, its strong reputation for a high-quality education is one of the reasons for the growth. An excellent public school district is a community asset.
“Banking isn’t just about money,” says David Stringer a commercial lending officer at MainSource Bank. “It’s about building relationships and fostering trust with clients when they need help the most."
The day started with the two of us attending the Habitat for Humanity Holiday Party at the Covered Bridge. It was a beautiful venue. It was snowing gently and the entire Christmas tree farm was covered in fresh snow.
Cincinnati Christian University is working to make an imprint on the area with its Center of Entrepreneurship, which launched on September 24. The Center of Entrepreneurship is a unique opportunity for students and community members specializing in all disciplines to attend extra-curricular classes on a wide variety of subjects detailing what it means to be an entrepreneur.