Every parent hopes their child has a plan, that the money they sink into a college education will yield a good outcome. But in a culture that says every high school graduate should pursue a college degree, it’s easy to forget that paying for it is an investment.
Each year The Children’s Home of Cincinnati helps nearly 7,000 children overcome social, behavioral and learning challenges. Through the nonprofit’s mission to transform the lives of vulnerable children through individualized treatment and education services that build the skills and confidence to succeed in life, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati expanded its services to include a first of its kind high school for students with autism and related disorders.
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.
LEAD and Venue Magazines presented 16 honorees with the John F. Barrett Entrepreneur Vision Award on August 6, 2015. Each honoree nominated exemplified vision, strength of character and determination in their journey as an entrepreneur and a business-owner.
Since leaving the Maisonette, which was one of the top restaurants in the country before it closed in 2005, Sheatzley has mastered his skills and created his own personal style while working with a number of well-known chefs at highly decorated establishments.
Opened in 1997, the TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion is the nation’s first certified medical fitness facility to meet the standards of the Medical Fitness Association. Services and programs are provided in a comfortable, inviting, retreat-like setting.
Ileana Saldivia, owner or Sugar Realm, is known for creating edible masterpieces. The Venezuela native married her life-long passion of baking and architectural design together in 2010 when she started Sugar Realm.
Few dining locations have the ability to grow and raise most of their own ingredients and livestock; Walhill Farms, however, encompasses the ideal of “farm to fork,” with most dishes created solely from crops grown on the same 250-acre farm as the eatery.
The Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council recently honored 27 philanthropists with Voices of Giving Awards on behalf of a nonprofit organization who has benefited from their selfless generosity in contributing a bequest or planned gift.
Summer is here, and the days have gotten longer. Cast aside the sweaters and jeans for sundresses, bright patterns and flowy fabrics, because now is the time to lie poolside, take vacations and admire the beautiful thunderstorms that break apart the heat.
3 Sweet Girls loves nothing more than making customers happy. With more than 100 different flavors throughout the year and all of the creativity buzzing around the bakery, this trio has no problem making customers happy in Silverton and Over-the-Rhine.
Cincinnati is a city with a long history of many important dates and characters. Within that history, however, is one moment in which Cincinnati unknowingly helped to change the culture and face of the United States forever.
For 69 years the James J. Espy Boys & Girls Club has served as the oldest Club in Greater Cincinnati. As the needs of the Price Hill neighborhood have changed, the Club needs to grow and adapt the continue to serve the community.
Whether you’re just beginning to dabble in the complexities of wine, or you’re a pro looking for more unique vintages, Water Tower Fine Wines is a great location for wine tastings and snagging a bottle of your favorite.
With an economy on the upswing after the devastating recession, a new professional culture is beginning to emerge. Young professionals, finally able to find a job in their field, are looking for ways to connect with like-minded individuals and network about common interests...