We're a throwaway society. This doesn't bother some of us. Some of us it bothers a lot. We like throwing things in the trash so we just don't have to think about them. These guys are doing something about that.
Check out our picks for the best things to do in town this weekend! Some are exciting, some are educational, some will make you a better person (Reds game anyone?). But no matter what, you'll enjoy each and every one of them.
This $50 million complex houses an 18,000-square-foot exhibition/concert facility, 7,500-square-foot ballroom and 12,000-square feet of meeting and board rooms, as well as a 150-seat restaurant and bar and a 168-room hotel.
P&G, PNC, E.W. Scripps, Chiquita, Fifth Third: These industry giants support another set of organizations whose creative work often goes unrecognized but not unnoticed: Cincinnati's advertising agencies.
What if you and your company had an informed partner to help you through all the risky changes you have to make in order to stay competitive in the marketplace? Well, for one, those changes wouldn't seem so risky anymore.
In partnership with Northwestern Mutual, the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation Host Date Night, an opportunity for parents caring for seriously ill children to spend a night out! Check out a gallery after the break.
Throughout his career, Dr. Robert Osher has worked to build his father’s creation, Cincinnati Eye Institute, into the internationally recognized institution it is today. In the process, he's gained a significant amount of recognition for his own work as well.
The charitable foundation of Andy Dalton, the Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback, and his wife, Jordan, was created to provide resources and experiences that bring a sense of normalcy to the lives of chronically ill or physically disabled children and their families.
For hundreds of millions of people all over the world, the idea of clearly seeing the landscape, people and details around them is unfamiliar. Eye care and corrective lenses are an expense many people simply cannot afford, and their lives are affected each day by their poor vision.
We went behind the scenes into Cincinnati Museum Center's archives to cover "Treasures of Our Military Past." Encompassing military history in Cincinnati from as early as the 1780s, this exhibit is certainly not one to miss.
DCI was established 20 years ago to aid in the revitalization and restructuring of an ailing downtown district within Cincinnati. At that time, there was a significant decline in Cincinnati’s downtown districts.
Now it's alive and thriving. We sat down with some of the key players.
For Thomas Courtney, success is not one thing. It is unique to each individual and defined by each person differently. The tools we use to be successful in life are just as unique based on who we are and our life experiences.
Thinking of the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden likely brings to mind trips to the zoo as a child, or perhaps taking your own children there. But let’s move to the business side of things. That’s what the Zoo is, after all – a business. And by all accounts, it’s a pretty successful one.
Have you been drowning in a haze of pastiche floral bouquets? Then take a look at what Kristen Sekowski, owner of Yellow Canary, is cooking up. They're some of the most beautiful arrangements we've ever seen.
To celebrate its 90th season, The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati (TCTC) hosted more than 200 guests at a very special Anniversary Gala on Saturday, April 25th at the newly opened Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cincinnati.
Following Kroger’s acquisition of most of dunnhumbyUSA (now 84.51°) last week, the building on Race and 5th that will be home to the newly named data analytics company was opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Mayfield Education & Research Foundation held its first annual “The Art & Science of Healing”, an exciting new combined fundraising and educational event, on Saturday, March 21 at the 21C Museum Hotel downtown. Against the backdrop of the hotel’s mind-expanding art galleries, guests were invited to celebrate personal triumph.
Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's St. Elizabeth Healthcare's Garren Colvin, executive vice president and chief operating officer, and Gary Blank, senior vice president, chief of patient services and chief nursing officer.
What happens when a country boy from Indiana decides he wants to follow his passion of marine biology from the swaying cornfields of Batesville to the beautiful beaches of the Caribbean? For Peter Hillenbrand, the result is the Central Caribbean Marine Institute.
Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's UC Health president and CEO Dr. Richard Lofgren.
The designers at Robin Wood Weddings craft weddings using their creativity and experience coupled with the vision of the bride. They bring the bride’s inspiration to life with fashionable form, whether the style is contemporary or classic.
This year, TEDxCincinnati is expanding their reach to include high school students who are leaders, thinkers and doers. "Accelerate" will mark the inaugural year that TEDxCincinnat Youth will assist in the event's production.
More than 400 people danced the night away at a gala event last Friday night to benefit the newly opened Maternity Services unit at West Chester Hospital. Disco Fever was the theme of the night, as the crowd boogied down, did the Hustle, and relived the 70s in style.
Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's Mike Keating, president and CEO of The Christ Hospital.