Event spaces at Union Terminal and the Cincinnati Museum Center offer an unparalleled level of unique and entertaining opportunities, from weddings to corporate holiday parties to banquets.
Each wedding gown designer has a different flair, a different style. Sometimes knowing what style fits you best before shopping can help the process go more smoothly.
There was magic in the air at the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament this year. Roger Federer remained perfect in Cincinnati finals, winning an astounding seventh championship, while Serena Williams defended her title with a second Cincinnati win.
Cincinnati has always had a strong foothold in the arts, fostering quality programs and sources for residents to participate. This season, which begins in September 2015, features everything from holiday-themed performances during the snowy months of winter to Tony Award-winning shows full of vivacious melodies and powerful dance routines.
Through a new, blended learning program, students at CPS who previously had no access to AP courses will be able to take them remotely and have them built into their school schedule.
From the quality of the food to the energy, elegant ambiance and outstanding service, Ruby truly knows how to care for his guests.
In 2006, Carrie Karibo, owner of Carrie Karibo Bridal realized her lifelong dream of owning her own boutique.
Students at Cincinnati Christian University (CCU) will soon have two entirely new facilities on their school’s Price Hill campus, located just a few miles west of downtown Cincinnati.
Graydon Compliance Solutions, LLC is a start-up designed to provide compliance services for wealth managers. The two person startup is a subsidiary of Graydon Head.
Heritage Club, a private club with a golf course in Mason, recognizes that, for organizations whose future relies on a healthy planet and beautiful scenery, going green is more of an obligation than an option.
This eternal flame, or ner tamid, is the inspiration behind an interactive sculpture and exhibit dedicated last summer in Cincinnati’s Jewish community center, the Mayerson JCC. The Legacy Flame, created by artist Brian Russell, honors those who nourish the flame of the Jewish community with legacy gift commitments.
The first annual Gourmet Melodies was held on August 15 at the The Center in the Mercantile Building, the original home of the Contemporary Arts Center.
With more than 20 years of experience in the culinary arts and training at the esteemed Le Cordon Bleu Paris, Chef Michael, owner of Four Seasons Catering, is enthusiastic about taking his clients on a journey of tantalizing flavors and palate pleasing creations.
Confessing his love for suits, fashion and being a personal stylist, Dan Smith really enjoys his position representing the Saks Fifth Avenue Men’s Collection brand as well as dressing his client base in the best the store has to offer.
Most Americans who are serious about entering the market choose an investment firm to help guide them and manage their portfolio. The best solution is to get to know an investing firm on a more personal level, instilling a sense of trust and closeness with the person handling your family’s finances.
David Goodwin, managing partner of Advanced Technology Consulting, Inc weighs in on a new business practice he discovered after reading "The Go-Giver" by Bob Burg and John David Mann.
The Children's Theater of Mason shouldn't be counted out just because the performers are young. Commended for their Broadway-quality performances, this organization is one to watch.
In the heart of Loveland stands Tano Bistro & Catering, a contemporary bistro highlighting fresh, seasonal ingredients.
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.
On its own, the Cincinnati Club recalls the elegance and beauty of a different time period. Paired with Goodwin Lighting Services, the rooms transform to fantastical dreamscapes.
From August 5-9, LuminoCity lit up Washington Park to the delight of the event's largest crowd yet.
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.
The Old Masters are alive and well this summer at the Cincinnati Art Museum as it hosts the first exhibit in a decade featuring Dutch and Flemish paintings from the Golden Age of the 17th century.
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.
This summer Cincinnati Bell is bringing innovations to the region that will leverage its fiber network and allow residents, visitors and businesses to interact in new, powerful ways.
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.
Keli Williams, a Sibcy Cline real estate agent, didn’t grow up in Cincinnati, but she’s very familiar with most of its neighborhoods.
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.
The typical car-buying process can get pretty complicated, but Mercedes-Benz of West Chester and Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati is working to create a simpler experience.
Classic touches of Gatsby and Hollywood glamour made this wedding truly spectacular.
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.
In this technology driven world it can be very challenging to really be present. St. Aloysius Orphanage has a solution.
Summer is the quintessential season for outdoor entertaining from birthday celebrations to showers, backyard barbecues and garden parties. But to host, you need to be prepared.
Bella Luna creates a true Italian experience emphasizing fresh regional ingredients, huge quantities of fish and simple sauces lightly spooned over homemade durum-wheat pasta.
U.S. Bank continues to challenge the definition of what a bank is by embedding itself within the artistic, educational and civic functions of the community where it operates.
Gourmet Melodies replaces A Gourmet Sensation, the Bethesda Foundation’s long-running benefit that was held at the Duke Energy Convention Center.
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.
The Urology Group, one of the largest single specialty groups of urologists in the United States, is a prime example of how consolidation can be good for medical consumers.
Ultimate Air Shuttle is in business to eliminate the inconveniences of crowded airports, long boarding lines and flight delays or cancellations for people who travel from Greater Cincinnati.
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.
Venue Magazine presented the release of the 2015 summer issue at the Cincinnati Club.
Dress for Success promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire and a network of career development and support tools.
At one time, the perception among medical consumers was that a patient had to leave Cincinnati to receive top-notch care when a bone marrow transplant was needed – Not anymore.
Fig Tree Florist & Gifts turns Elizabeth's dream of a garden, brunch-themed wedding become a reality.
Cincinnati staple, Flipdaddy's Brilliant Burgers & Craft Beer Bar, knew that, to become a national franchise, some things would have to change.
One long-time VA administrator asks the public not to lose sight of the positive accomplishments of the agency, especially its solid track record of delivering healthcare to Ohio veterans.
For more than 30 years, VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm, has worked to help regional small businesses in Greater Cincinnati keep their business thriving.
The newest addition to Cincinnati’s vibrant parks, Smale Riverfront Park, has been causing quite a stir in the city since it began unveiling different features of it.
Bleux Water Spa is ready to naturally rejuvenate Cincinnatians rare mineral water created by glacial movements and rare mineral deposits in the area.
Humidity levels are high and so is the need to escape the heat. Now is the time people flock to the nearest swimming pool or lake to cool off, relax, and have fun in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Memorial Hall looks forward to welcoming old and new friends who will treasure and enjoy this truly special building for another 100 years-or more.
It’s rare for a catering service to also be a single-source supplier, but Funky's Catering is determined to bring the best of the best to each wedding.
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.
It almost seems like Rookwood Pottery has a theme this summer. The venerated manufacturer is pairing treasured pieces of Cincinnati’s history with its artisanal ceramics.
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.