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.
When it comes time to plan a destination wedding, honeymoon or your next great adventure, look no further than Cindy Berre Travel.
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.
When the time comes to consider the best possible care options for an aging family member, determining where they will be happiest is a very important factor.
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.
The Bridal Event 2016 By Venue Magazine is 24 days away! If you aren't already excited check out photos from last year!
While many people see middle school as a challenge, Seven Hills head of Middle School Bill Waskowitz sees it as an opportunity.
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.
Two major donations move fundraising to halfway mark! The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden has reached the halfway mark of its $12 million Gorilla World expansion.
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.
More than 400 guests gathered today at Anderson Pavilion to honor this years Great Leaders Under 40 recipients.
What started out as a normal, fun Friday date night, slowly turned into a not so normal life-changing date night.
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.
Venue Magazine presents Great Leaders Under 40.
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.
Katie St. Clair and Jacci Delaney create complete works from intricate, fractured pieces. Patterns, repetition, color, beauty and artistic resolution result.
Nicole Chinuntdet, Wings Model Management, rocked the latest looks from Amanda's Hyde Park Bridal and Carrie Karibo Bridal Boutique for the winter issue of Venue.
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.
Patric Palkens and Abigail Morwood bring home Silver Medals from the Vienna International Ballet Experience.
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?”
Guests gathered at Cooper Creek Event Center to celebrate the Great Leader Under 40 Class of 2016.
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."
More than 1,000 attendees perused antiques at the 68th Annual Lebanon Antique Show and Sale held on Jan. 16 and 17.
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.
Men like to joke about it, but it is no laughing matter. Low testosterone can cause many symptoms and potentially contribute to developing serious chronic diseases.
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.
Beacon is a medium-sized specialty practice serving children, teens and adults. That makes it the perfect size to be responsive to changes in the marketplace – whether they’re driven by new regulatory requirements or new professional practice standards – and to changes in what patients want and need.
Wealth Dimensions Group, a 29-year-old financial planning firm based in Symmes Township, enables clients to manage their finances by having a comprehensive financial plan for every stage in their life. By taking the time to focus your giving, you are able to clarify your goals, determine the ideal use of your resources, measure your progress and have a clear plan to achieve your giving purpose.
After more than a decade practicing in Cincinnati, Dr. Javaid was inspired to break out of the city’s healthcare conglomerate and open a small, women-focused one-stop-shop for complete health and wellness. Dr. Javaid hand-selected her team of highly trained and compassionate women, including nurse practitioner Donna Abdelnour. Every aspect of Somi Javaid, M.D. & Associates is focused on nurturing a higher sense of well-being.
Great Oaks Career Campuses are among eight additional Career Centers statewide opening identical training centers this fall. Tri-Rivers Career Center in Marion, Ohio has quickly became a leader in providing accreditation for high school and adult robotics manufacturing licensure.
The Program That Has It All
The West Chester • Liberty Chamber Alliance’s Leadership 21 program is an all-inclusive development program aimed to create an open dialogue among business professionals of all ages. The program teaches leadership skills and introduces each class of 25 to 30 participants to the social structures of the communities in the area so that they are more equipped to use their skills to better the surrounding areas and solve pervasive problems.
The newly renovated Backstage Event Center is a central space that is classy, not stuffy; cozy, yet big enough to hold a sizable event; with an outdoor terrace overlooking the theater district, as well. The group also opened the Horse & Barrel Bourbon House on the first floor below Backstage.
The Thanksgiving Day marathon is a family tradition for many in Cincinnati - but it's particularly important for this couple who got engaged at the finish line.
Building a house is one of biggest and most rewarding projects that a consumer can undertake. Build Cincinnati at Coldwell Banker West Shell is where building a custom home starts. Build Cincinnati works with almost all builders in the area, focusing on about a dozen – mostly custom to semi-custom – builders.
Big time talent, close to home. Fort Hamilton Hospital, part of Kettering Health Network, a not-for-profit network of eight hospitals, nine emergency departments and 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio, has been serving the Hamilton community since 1929.
John Wyrick, MD, orthopaedic surgeon at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, director of orthopaedic trauma for UC Health and professor of orthopaedic surgery for UC College of Medicine, is performing a less-invasive method of limb lengthening that uses new technology. It’s called the PRECICE® system, using an intramedullary nail and an external remote controller.
U.S. Bank is dedicated to making Cincinnati stronger, both through the business it does every day and through its people. U.S. Bank helps support those good works with a variety of donations, grants and sponsorships.
RWA Architects Inc. specializes in providing such delightful spaces in your home for year-round use. The firm has built its reputation on new-home design as well as the sensitive and contextual remodeling and additions to some of the finest buildings in Greater Cincinnati area.
Bella Luna is renowned for serving the best authentic Italian cuisine in the city. Stephens is committed to offering incredible dishes that tempt the most sophisticated of palates. He recently returned from a trip to Italy and made adjustments to his menu to adhere to the more traditional Italian flair.
“When we design a home, we have to look at how the family lives, and what rooms are most important to them,” says Ann Hoffman, designer and owner of Hoffman & Albers Interiors.
On the large plasma screen in a conference room, John Westheimer, president of Cincinnati Commercial Contracting, is giving a tour of a new building – a large warehouse fronted by a tidy brick office. He shows pictures of the landscaping, the lighting, ventilation system and interior space and offices.
Renovation and expansion propel The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health into a new era in care, combining a tradition of excellence with state-of-the-art innovation for healing and education while continuing to honor Jewish heritage and traditions.
Online auto shopping is so commonplace it has significantly changed the traditional dynamic between dealer and consumer. But customers and sales people would agree the easy availability of online research – loaded with price and vehicle comparisons – has made for a more efficient, positive experience.
When a person or family is affected by cancer, the impact of the diagnosis can be difficult to quantify. Cancer is often hard to understand, hard to treat, and hard to accept. But at the Cancer Support Community, all of those things become a little bit easier.
Having a child is no small thing, and all parents-to-be want the best neonatal care, gynecological visits and facility where they will deliver their baby. UC Health West Chester Hospital has unveiled its new maternity ward to enhance patient experiences.