On January 10, 1962, Ed Neyra didn’t much like Cincinnati. He had just gotten off a plane on a cold, snowy day under a trademark leaden, gray Ohio Valley winter sky.
In 2014, TriHealth’s cancer center became only the second location in Ohio to offer IORT, which was previously available only at the Cleveland Clinic.
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.
Neyer Properties turns 20 this summer with a story to tell of how to deal with change and an innate talent for sizing up the potential in “cracked” buildings.
“The Art of the Brick” is an exhibit that appeals to every demographic because it focuses on a childhood toy everyone of certain generations has played with: LEGO bricks.
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.
Kate Rippe’s family has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America for almost as long as she can remember. It seemed destined that Kate would become involved in some way as well.
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.
Leading the St. Joseph Home Family
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.”
Preparing and transferring a company for its highest value takes time – on average, between five and seven years. That’s where Dovich & Associates and Cooney Faulkner & Stevens come in. The two firms often work together to help guide business owners through the process.
“Sublime Beauty: Raphael’s Portrait of a Lady with a Unicorn” epitomizes Raphael’s excellence in female portraiture during his Florentine period. On a rare trip outside of Italy, the piece is coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall.
Without the know-how of an experienced tax expert, you and your business have the potential of missing out on valuable benefits. Fortunately, professionals such as Curt Wenzler, shareholder and CPA for VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm, help eliminate this unwanted stress.
Findlay Market, Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market, served as the perfect backdrop for this year's fall fashion shoot.
Tony’s Steaks and Seafood has been a fine-dining staple in Cincinnati since 2010. Its new location in Lexington offers the same dynamic mixture of excellent food, delectable drinks and warm service.
Looking Into the Financial Future
It’s imperative that investors have the information they need to make good choices with their money. LEAD Magazine sat down with many of the best wealth management firms in Greater Cincinnati to hear what they had to say about how best to look forward and plan for both the best and the worst of economic times.
In the four years since DePaul Cristo Rey High School opened its doors, it has significantly shaped the lives of Cincinnati’s youth, spreading hope and ambition throughout the community..
It’s a tale that feels familiar to everyone: A Shakespearean-like story of star-crossed lovers and inevitable heartache is coming to the Aronoff Center Oct. 23 and 24. Lady of the Camellias will take the stage by storm, featuring choreography by Val Caniparoli and the Frédéric Chopin music performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Venue Magazine celebrated the release of a new Fall issue at Tony's of Cincinnati on Oct. 8.
Attention all sports fans. Do you want a high-energy environment? How does a huge bar situated comfortably for ideal television viewing sound? How about a huge selection of beer and fantastic food?
Christopher Longwell’s law practice is located in an office on the second floor of a white building a hundred yards from Loveland’s downtown. The law was not his first career, but it is his chosen one.
Southeast Indiana’s scenic Dearborn County boasts that it’s the “perfect place to play,” and with its variety of attractions, it’s easy to see why. From quaint small towns to exciting entertainment, Dearborn County has something to offer visitors of any age within a short drive from downtown Cincinnati and the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Amy and Tim dated for five years before he popped the question while the couple was on a romantic birthday weekend getaway. Amy and Tim’s wedding weekend was better than they could have ever imagined with the ceremony at Prince of Peace – St. Patrick’s in Madison, Indiana, and the reception at The Richwood Plantation in Milton, Kentucky.
There are few culinary arts more all-American than barbecuing. But barbecue is not simply tossing charcoals on a grill or firing up the gas ovens; old-fashioned barbecue takes time and uses only the freshest ingredients cooked in wood-fired smokers. Jim Dandy’s Family BBQ is a locally owned restaurant striving to create the perfect barbecue in this manner.
After the monumental success of last year’s DesignBuildCincy trade show, Doug Hart is getting ready to do it a second time. Last year, more than 2,000 people came to Music Hall for the two-day event to mingle, chat and examine work from more than 100 local designers, remodelers and craftsmen. This year, Hart believes it will be bigger and better than ever.
After losing loved ones to cancer, Zac Greenberg created an original four-movement arrangement for his band, The Zac Greenberg Quintet. Through this concerto, the band is working to raise money for cancer treatment centers in Cincinnati.
Lighthouse Youth Services' 2015 Fall Fundraiser, called 'Fashion, Food, Friends & Fun', raised more than $80,000 towards the fight to end youth homelessness in Cincinnati.
The end of the year is approaching, which means it’s almost time for businesses to batten down the hatches and prepare for the fourth quarter.
Northern Kentucky University is hosting a Fast Growth Business Academy. Attendees can address a panel of local successful entrepreneurs with questions about startups and small businesses.
Like many businesses in the country these days, salons and spas have had to grow and change with the times to adapt to competition and a changing demand.
Barry Farmer established a business 32 years years ago and is handing the reins to the next generation. His eponymous company is built upon dependability and professionalism for every project.
Cincinnati Eye Institute provides world-class eye care in a compassionate and highly effective manner. Their cutting-edge technology, talented doctors and intuitive administration staff keep the organization a success. In addition to providing excellent care to patients at their campuses, CEI also gives back to the community in a number of ways.
Eddie Merlot’s offers private and semi-private dining areas for as few as 10 guests or as many as 300. The restaurant can coordinate flowers, assist guests with lodging and help choose entertainment. It is much more than just an event facility and an incredible dining establishment – it’s a partner in your event planning.
The Christ Hospital Health Network is transforming orthopaedic care in the region with the opening of The Christ Hospital Joint & Spine Center. The center redefines the way care is delivered for patients with joint and spine disorders; it was designed around their experiences, from the time of their first consultation until their last day of physical therapy.
Since opening almost a century and a half ago, the Cincinnati-born company has grown to nearly 50 stores spanning from Dayton to Louisville and Lexington. In every location, the same French pot-crafted ice cream, originated by founders Louis and Regina Graeter, is scooped and presented to customers. But even the most traditional companies must embrace change over time.
About a quarter-million children and teens visit emergency departments in the United States every year with what looks like a concussion. An individualized treatment plan with careful monitoring of the patient’s recovery is vital.
Flipdaddy’s opened its first restaraunt in 2010. Whenever traveling, Bob Dames would always ask the locals for the best place to get a burger and a craft beer. “After about 8,000 times, it hit me that I should try it on my own,” he remembers.
The search for the perfect person to lead that big project the company will be starting soon is not without pitfalls. Searching for the perfect company to find that person is also a tricky task. It’s because the job search process is a double-sided coin that Bryan Kaiser and Jason Skidmore decided to start Vernovis.
In the years to come after a wedding – after the planning, the decorating and the stress are over – there is one thing that captures the bliss and excitement of the day: photography.
For nearly a century and a half the Art Academy of Cincinnati (AAC) has consistently educated, nurtured and inspired great visual artists.
Rosemary Keiser’s passion for surgery and the care of her patients and team members is apparent and she has worn many hats throughout her impressive career.
From young professionals to seasoned business executives, determining what to do with each paycheck is important.
Cancer Support Community (CSC) of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky works to ensure that local children do not have to face cancer alone.
Tommy Wilson, director of event services with All Occasions Event Rental, says there are several things couples need to make sure they’re thinking about when planning a tented wedding, to ensure everything goes smoothly and effectively.
The bucket list – it’s common vernacular with the sole focus of helping you determine, prioritize and perform each undone task or unseen vista with a simple series of checkmarks.
Prominent in industries as diverse as promotional marketing, industrial products, beauty care and, of course, beverages, ILS is an industry leader in digital printing technology for labels and flexible packaging.
Lead Cincinnati is proud to announce the honorees of its 2015 Entrepreneur Vision Awards. Reserve a place for you or your company at the Awards Luncheon!
Once you walk through the doors of Jeffrey Meadows’ law firm, chances are, you’ve already been charged with driving under the influence.
The involvement in the Cincinnati Golf Classic allows the ACS to help people in our community stay well, get well, find cures and fight back.
MGP’s world-class spirits are carefully crafted through a combination of art and science, and backed by more than 170 years of experience.
This year’s Opening Night Gala surrounds the CSO’s performance of Berlioz’s psychedelic Symphonie fantastique, and the gala planning committee is taking the theme to heart.