“Home for the Holidays” is more than just a phrase at the Cincinnati Ronald McDonald House. Families from throughout Ohio, across the United States, and from around the world come to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center seeking life-saving treatment for their critically ill children.
The Cincinnati Club is one of the city’s hidden gems, and its stately, stoic entrance facing Garfield Place Park doesn’t supply even a hint of the beautiful amenities that reside behind the large, wooden double doors.
Butler County United Way has a long history of tackling the toughest challenges within a community. Founded in 1920 and part of the largest, privately funded nonprofit in the world, their mission is to connect and mobilize resources through partner agency programs across Butler County.
Founder Jim Bonaminio, better known as Jungle Jim, opened his Fairfield location in 1975 and his Eastgate location in 2012. Jungle Jim’s International Market is a shopping destination with more than 180,000 products to choose from.
The holiday season is just around the corner, which means celebrations are about to begin throughout Greater Cincinnati as families and businesses make plans for parties, get-togethers and other festivities.
Sisters-in-law Mallory and K.C. DeBra played sports for years, but could not find headbands that fit. Frustrated, they worked to design and stitch their own, adding unique features including one that allows the headband to adjust to the wearer’s head.
Water Tower Fine Wines continues to be open during extensive renovations. Once the renovations are complete the store will be able to seat more than 70 people inside and an additional 35 on the shaded deck. To stay up-to-date with the latest renovations and wine tasting schedule, be sure to visit the Water Tower Fine Wines website.
When Michelle Krumpelman and her husband moved from their mid-century home to a grand Southern Colonial Revival home 13 months ago, the couple was ready to make their stand in their new home. To help bring her ideas to fruition, she hired Grace Jones, owner of Dwellings, and her team of talented designers.
A Holocaust survivor, Stephanie Marks has helped over 11,000 students learn about the Holocaust through The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education (CHHE). However, now Marks has pressing needs. The Jewish Family Service Center for Holocaust Survivors has linked her to medical services, physical therapy, and additional help for her and her family.
Students and faculty of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (CHCA) have taken the expression “wake up and smell the coffee” to heart. What began two years ago as a mobile coffee cart has blossomed into a permanent, full-service coffee bar staffed by nearly 30 students. The Leaning Eagle serves as more than an added convenience for anyone attending, working or visiting upper school – it’s also a hands-on opportunity for students to learn business and entrepreneurial skills.
People are often unaware of the struggles veterans face integrating back to their civilian lives after serving. That’s where Easter Seals TriState aims to make a difference. Their Operation Vets THRIVE (OVT) program bridges the gap between veterans in need and the resources to get them back to being successful members of society.
The National Education Association maintains that high quality early childhood education represents one of the best investments our country can make. Early learning programs at the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati are seeing some exciting results. The Y is working with more than 600 children at 12 high quality early learning centers across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
DePaul Cristo Rey High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school with the unique goal of providing challenging courses available to low-income students who have the desire to continue their education. Every student can recite the school-wide goal: “All students will graduate from high school and college.”
When Madonna Manor announced the opening of a new community center, scheduled to be completed in December, Evans learned there would be a gallery for artwork. He immediately volunteered his extensive collection to populate the walls when the center opens.
Advanced Technology Consulting, Inc. (ATC), one of the region’s leading telecommunications firms, provided a strategic view of integrated voice, data, and cloud services for more than 250 clients and thousands of locations nationwide for Mikes Car Wash.
The Weekly Juicery in Hyde Park has been helping residents become healthier for almost a year. The active community was a natural choice for the store, which encourages people to use food as a means to wellness.
Just as clothing styles change and evolve, so does the design we use to dress our homes. Interior designer Karen Sacksteder, owner of Sacksteder’s Interiors, believes design trends for your home emulate fashion styles and trends from color palettes to patterns and accessories.
Artis Senior Living is a new assisted-living community that specializes in memory-related care. Located in Mason, it provides a secure, safe living environment for residents with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or other memory-related conditions, without compromising comfort and warmth. The residents are well cared for and well loved, both by the staff and one another.
One of the most diverse schools in Ohio, Sycamore High School is dedicated to empowering students on the foundations of respect, responsibility and opportunity. The four-year college preparatory school offers 34 student organizations, 24 athletic options and 223 courses including six global languages. The recent renovations are a testament to how the school’s educators continuously improve students’ learning circumstances.
Venue Magazine teamed with John Dovich, president, of John D. Dovich & Associates, LLC to understand some of the financial challenges doctors are facing in the new healthcare landscape. Dr. Paul Korn, part owner of Landen Lake Pediatrics; Dr. Mark Deutsch, an ear, nose and throat doctor with a practice owned by TriHealth; and Dr. Phil Diller, Chair and Fred Lazarus, Jr. Endowed Professor of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Cincinnati, participated in a discussion to shed light on those challenges.
At Mangat Holzapfel & Lied Plastic Surgery, they specialize in making patients look like they never had plastic surgery. Allison Lied, M.D., who specializes in body procedures, joined the practice in May, rounding out the procedures available to their patients. Mangat and Allison M. Holzapfel, M.D., specialize in facial procedures, both surgical and non-surgical. The practice has locations in the Kenwood area, Edgewood, Kentucky and Vail, CO.
After three years working for the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, he realized he gained much more personal fulfillment from the nonprofit side of healthcare. Now, Fagin is the president and CEO of Cedar Village, a senior living care facility that provides personal connections to employees and residents within the organization.
Interior designers understand straddling the line between different professions. Immersed in an industry that must produce a perfect service for a client’s home as well as their office space, each designer must be able to transfer their skills to fit many different spaces, aesthetics and ideas.
West Chester and Liberty Townships are two unique communities ideally positioned between Cincinnati and Dayton, offering a different side of the Queen City experience – a side of which many residents might not be aware.
The Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestra opens its 28th season of Parties of Note, a series of themed social gatherings to raise money for the Orchestra in unique venues across Greater Cincinnati with delectable food, drinks, presentations or tours, and of course incredible music.
Recovering from an illness or ailment that limits functionality and independence can be a difficult process, but with the right people to assist and guide the healing process, recovery can be quicker and easier.
Dan Connors has worked for St. Joseph Home as vice president of operations for 3 years, and knows well the demand the job he’s stepping into brings. But, for him, St. Joseph Home isn’t just a job – the residents and staff at St. Joseph Home have become an extension of his family.
Olivia and David Schneider wanted to capture the magic of their engagement with their June 26 wedding. “The overall look I was going for was elegant and classic,” Olivia says. “Everything was just amazing.”