From kindergarten to high school, students in Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) have heroes among them. These heroes may not wear a cape, but to their students they are super, teaching and inspiring young scholars to fulfill their potential...
An independent physician group with five locations around the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky region, Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers has resisted a trend within the healthcare industry towards consolidated employment models.
Tom Williams of Ross Sinclaire & Associates is scouring the financial landscape for alternative investments. He’s found them – in Cincinnati, in Paolo Alto, in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. The question is, What's next?
“The most rewarding thing about Orthopaedics is that when a patient comes to you and they are suffering from an injury or arthritis or a nonfunctional extremity, you get to play that role of making them better," says Dr. Joseph Thomas.
We were going to call this 'Tips for Designing a Custom Wedding Cake.' Then we saw the cakes, and that title just seemed a bit...underwhelming. Click on, read the article and then feast your eyes on some remarkable confectionary creations.
We had only spent a few short hours together, in the place where all soul mates meet – The Southern Decadence Gay Pride Weekend on Bourbon Street. Remnants of the parade scattered the stone patio floor. Men in a mix of glitter and leather restraints milled about and karaoke faded in through the windows...
Do you have a nagging tennis elbow? Just get it zapped with an ultrasound needle. Rotator cuff won’t heal? Perhaps try an injection of your own blood platelets or stem cells and get the tendon to regenerate. Of course, it’s not that easy. Or is it?
In 1962, from a rented garage and using equipment purchased from a failed optical instrumentation company, Charlie Plymure started CPI. Despite having no credit and only $1,000, Charlie was able to gain the trust of lenders based on a simple promise to pay them back...
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Foundation’s community outreach programs and newly announced Pass It On Fund, which aims to provide medical equipment and financial relief to families with seriously ill or physically challenged children.
Aching pains? Broken bones? Nagging sports injury? These are the best orthopaedic medicine providers in the region. Each one has a unique story to tell about how they're moving the field forward. Check it out!
After the 75th anniversary of the flight of the first jet aircraft, powered by an engine his father designed, LEAD Cincinnati CIO Awards honoree Chris von Ohain reflects on his father’s remarkable achievements in the field of jet propulsion.
Dr. Kuy's motivation stems from his desire to create a practice that will incorporate precision in all aspects, from management to patient care and from his conviction to individualize care and thus pay close attention to each patient.
The professional staff, board of directors and volunteers of the St. Joseph Home are passionate about the mission to provide care for non-ambulatory children and adults who have profound developmental disabilities.
In today’s fast-paced world, many people may feel they are simply too busy to spend time and energy on changing themselves. It is because of this need for motivation that people hire Arlene Shuller to help them accomplish their goals.
We sat down with the leaders responsible for defining the mission of Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. See what they have to say about the purpose of the center, and the importance of promoting freedom worldwide.
We're a throwaway society. This doesn't bother some of us. Some of us it bothers a lot. We like throwing things in the trash so we just don't have to think about them. These guys are doing something about that.
Check out our picks for the best things to do in town this weekend! Some are exciting, some are educational, some will make you a better person (Reds game anyone?). But no matter what, you'll enjoy each and every one of them.
This $50 million complex houses an 18,000-square-foot exhibition/concert facility, 7,500-square-foot ballroom and 12,000-square feet of meeting and board rooms, as well as a 150-seat restaurant and bar and a 168-room hotel.
P&G, PNC, E.W. Scripps, Chiquita, Fifth Third: These industry giants support another set of organizations whose creative work often goes unrecognized but not unnoticed: Cincinnati's advertising agencies.
What if you and your company had an informed partner to help you through all the risky changes you have to make in order to stay competitive in the marketplace? Well, for one, those changes wouldn't seem so risky anymore.
In partnership with Northwestern Mutual, the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation Host Date Night, an opportunity for parents caring for seriously ill children to spend a night out! Check out a gallery after the break.
Throughout his career, Dr. Robert Osher has worked to build his father’s creation, Cincinnati Eye Institute, into the internationally recognized institution it is today. In the process, he's gained a significant amount of recognition for his own work as well.
The charitable foundation of Andy Dalton, the Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback, and his wife, Jordan, was created to provide resources and experiences that bring a sense of normalcy to the lives of chronically ill or physically disabled children and their families.
For hundreds of millions of people all over the world, the idea of clearly seeing the landscape, people and details around them is unfamiliar. Eye care and corrective lenses are an expense many people simply cannot afford, and their lives are affected each day by their poor vision.
We went behind the scenes into Cincinnati Museum Center's archives to cover "Treasures of Our Military Past." Encompassing military history in Cincinnati from as early as the 1780s, this exhibit is certainly not one to miss.
DCI was established 20 years ago to aid in the revitalization and restructuring of an ailing downtown district within Cincinnati. At that time, there was a significant decline in Cincinnati’s downtown districts.
Now it's alive and thriving. We sat down with some of the key players.
For Thomas Courtney, success is not one thing. It is unique to each individual and defined by each person differently. The tools we use to be successful in life are just as unique based on who we are and our life experiences.
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.
We are currently living in a world with a lot of changes and uncertainty. We often find in a time like this, the best question to ask is what won’t change ... these six truths give us a way to stay sane by focusing on fundamental truths regardless of the environment.
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.
A University of Kentucky graduate with a degree in English education and a minor in journalism, McGhee, primarily an educator, teaches a journalism class at Highlands High School in addition to her job as the district’s director of technology and information. McGhee has worked for Fort Thomas Independent Schools since 1989 when she was hired as the middle school guidance counselor.
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.