Last night on April 8, ArtsWave hosted its second annual CincySings event at Cincinnati Music Hall. Hosted by artist Drew Lachey, the high-energy evening featured amazing performances by 11 employee choirs from top regional companies for a cheering crowd of more than 1,600.
Dealing with the stress of cancer for you or a loved one is overwhelming – emotionally and socially. But Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky is taking strides to make sure that no one faces cancer alone.
Let’s talk about Jeff Bloomfield, author, teacher, speaker and entrepreneur. Jeff Bloomfield is dependable, honest and hardworking. The question is, how do you know any of that is true? The answer is in the neuroscience of storytelling.
No one wants the diagnosis of cancer. But if you have to face this adversary, Dr. William Barrett and his colleagues at the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and the Barrett Cancer Center want Cincinnati to be the best place in the world to be.
The YWCA of Greater Cincinnati is honoring eight local women at its annual Career Women of Achievement Luncheon. We sat down with the woman who's making it all happen, president and CEO Charlene Ventura.
In telecom, the biggest challenge is keeping up with the pace of change. Over time, IT infrastructure becomes antiquated and costs escalate. Before you know it, you're in a deep hole with no way out. The question is: how do you avoid falling behind?
When it comes to choosing a retirement account and the appropriate distribution type for your lifestyle, there are innumerable details to remember. Don't worry, our friendly financial folks over at John Dovich & Associates have you covered.
Seven-year-old Liberty Bible Academy student Ethan Fang won the 2nd Grade Ohio State Chess Championship in 2014. But his opponent on March 7 was bigger than anyone he had ever played before. Literally.
Veterans are returning from war without a deep understanding of the civilian world. Easter Seals Operation Vets THRIVE aims to connect those veterans to the services and organizations that want to help them.
It's no secret: Jungle Jim's is pretty much the coolest place in the world. Its zaniness is matched only by the eccentricities of its owner, Jim himself. But what about the rest of the people who work there?
Bunnell Hill Construction is leveraging its position within The Schueler Group of Companies, one of the largest landowners and property managers in Southwest Ohio, to provide customers a single point-of-contact for all construction, development, brokerage and financing needs. In doing so, it’s helping the country get back on its feet again.
Long before the "cloud" became a pop culture buzzword, ATC was offering cloud-based solutions to its SMB clients. Now the Cincinnati firm is thinking outside silos and mapping the convergence of IT and telecom.
The Christ Hospital has always been exceptional at cardiac care. In the event of a heart attack, it's the only place to go. But the hospital's innovative research is also paving the way to new discoveries that could help you live a longer, happier life.
It's a busy time at Neyer Properties. The Cincinnati real estate company is acquiring land, initiating construction projects and redeveloping buildings while employing environmentally sustainable methods. In the process, it's changing the fabric of Cincinnati's real estate landscape.
Achieving your retirement goals is a lifetime process — one that requires you to first build assets and manage retirement risks for the future, and then to turn those assets into a stream of income in retirement that will last as long as you need it to.
If you come to a Water Tower Fine Wines tasting, it's a guarantee that you'll have some new friends by the end of night. Just the natural outcome of good food, good wine and good people all in the same place.
True Artists Studio is a film company specializing in crafting beautiful wedding films that bring personalized storytelling to each video. Look no further when searching for a way to memorialize your wedding!
Pure Romance’s Patty Brisben and Chris Cicchinelli have taken their idea from the back of a U-Haul into a global business of $110 million in annual sales. But it’s not all about the money for this mother and son team.
"Kurt will never know exactly how special he made me feel in that moment," says Jessica Shockley of her engagement, "but I can guarantee it is a day that I will replay over and over again in my head because words just do not do it justice!"
For men, the burden of cancer is unique because society expects them “to tough it out” without support. For Nigel Chalkley, executive director of the Male Cancer Support Center, this expectation is unacceptable.
Brock has dealt with an autoimmune disease since he was five. In July 2014, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, he was able to forget about that for a moment as he got to meet his baseball idol, Brandon Phillips. Now he's being honored at the Cincinnati Big Wish Gala at Music Hall.
Are you living a financially secure life that can sustain your family into retirement? Do you even know what that kind of life looks like? Just in case you don't, we sat down with Wealth Dimensions Group to find out for you.
Planning salon treatments to both pamper and prepare a wedding party is a delicate thing – schedule too early and a manicure could be ruined, but visit too late and an eyebrow wax could cause puffy skin for wedding photos.
Shopping for the perfect dress can be as exhausting and time-consuming as it is fun. For women who have never shipped for a dress, it's best to go to a place that has years of experience, like European Bridal.
HiFive Development Services has weathered the recession. Now with a design and construction backlog approaching $100 million and a feature project in West Chester nearing completion, the firm has come back swinging.
According to Ron Shuller, the wedding photography industry is constantly changing. There are always new trends. Hire a professional like him and you'll guarantee that your wedding photos are done by an expert.
The Zaring family believes the small amount of time and expense of operating a private foundation is worthwhile. It's an effective way to meet philanthropic goals and encourages family unity and civic responsibility.
The future is all about wearable technology that can transmit information in real time. At Eccrine Systems, which just received $1.5 million in seed funding from CincyTech and others, the future is now.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald's Cadet Leadership Conference is a chance for young leaders to come together and learn from influential figures who have had a measurably positive impact on the world – including McDonald himself.
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.
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.
A quick internet search reveals hair thinning and hair loss impacts men and women alike, although the statistics neglect to mention that people who suffer from this lose so much more than hair. Hair loss is an enormous emotional blow that negatively impacts quality of life.
“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.
The worlds of art and sports rarely meet. But they did 30 years ago when the Cincinnati Art Museum commissioned famed pop artist Andy Warhol to do a Pete Rose painting during that thrilling summer of 1985.