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.
3 Sweet Girls loves nothing more than making customers happy. With more than 100 different flavors throughout the year and all of the creativity buzzing around the bakery, this trio has no problem making customers happy in Silverton and Over-the-Rhine.
Cincinnati is a city with a long history of many important dates and characters. Within that history, however, is one moment in which Cincinnati unknowingly helped to change the culture and face of the United States forever.
The MLB takes notice of Cincinnati's world-class volunteerism and looks to the city to host the 2015 All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 14!
Charming floral arrangements in various shades of pink and white complimented the lavish, vintage, secret garden feel of Gabrielle Reynolds' and Wesley Jones' Wedding.
For 69 years the James J. Espy Boys & Girls Club has served as the oldest Club in Greater Cincinnati. As the needs of the Price Hill neighborhood have changed, the Club needs to grow and adapt the continue to serve the community.
Whether you’re just beginning to dabble in the complexities of wine, or you’re a pro looking for more unique vintages, Water Tower Fine Wines is a great location for wine tastings and snagging a bottle of your favorite.
On May 22-30, the 2015 Cincinnati May Festival brought all the old-world charm and tradition that has come to define the city's longest-running choral festival.
On April 15 the Mercy Health Foundation and its supporters gathered in the ballroom at the Renaissance Hotel in Cincinnati to address the need for affordable health care in Cincinnati.
Allison Gordon and her family founded Ride Cincinnnati, the city's largest charity cycling event, to honor her late mother Marlene Harris, who passed away from Breast Cancer in 2007.
Many couples have begun to look outside the box to find new and exciting ways to display and accent their decorations with a cake that is both beautiful and delicious.
Portrait of a Soul pairs a professional artist with a child referred to the program by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and the artist paints the child’s portrait.
St. Joseph Home announced that Dan Connors, SJH vice president of operations, has been unanimously selected and confirmed as president and CEO.
Check out photos from Lead Cincinnati's 2015 Comprehensive Healthcare Leadership Event at the Oscar Event Center!
With an economy on the upswing after the devastating recession, a new professional culture is beginning to emerge. Young professionals, finally able to find a job in their field, are looking for ways to connect with like-minded individuals and network about common interests...
José Salazar of JPS Restaurant Group announces Mita's, a new restaurant concept that will be open in late Summer in the 84.51° building.
As healthcare becomes more specialized, The Children's Home is having to adapt to provide better outcomes for its children. But how do they bring together different silos of the healthcare industry? Find out!
Check out photos from Lead Cincinnati's 2015 Comprehensive Healthcare Leadership Mixer at the Theodore Berry Pavilion
Discriminating taste, vision, skill, talent and versatility are a few words that describe the Dwellings team. The chic, creative design firm strives to capture their client’s personality through interior design.
Out with the old in with the... old? That's the mission of Building Value, where it's fashionable to recycle the lumber, siding, cabinetry, banisters and bathtubs of old torn-down houses, many from Avondale. What an awesome program...
Daniel Michael uses his superlative technique and personal relationships to provide brides with an optimal photo experience on their wedding day. He sat down with LEAD Cincinnati.
The day started off normally, and I thought I was going to be doing the usual Sunday church, brunch and hanging out with some girlfriends – but it turned out that he had planned a "scavenger hunt" of sorts around the city!
What it's like to work on the inside of the intersection of healthcare and finance, where rules change all the time and staying up to date on new regulations can mean the difference between failure and success for small businesses.
Cedar Village Retirement Community recently opened The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati Aquatic Therapy Center to provide residents and members of the community with the therapeutic benefits of swimming.
Rookwood Pottery’s emphasis on fine art motivates versatile tile designs and styles for more than fireplaces; it can be used to create amazing kitchens and bathrooms as well...
Pandy Pridemore of The Human Resource USA offers 6 reasons why every business should consider partnering with a human resources firm. The most important takeaway? You could save a lot of money.
Amanda Cacaro and Madison Miller of Amanda’s Hyde Park Bridal took a moment to share what’s new in wedding dresses for 2015 with LEAD Cincinnati.
Our relationship has always been simple and sweet. Patrick is truly my best friend and I couldn't be more happy about this engagement.
For Darrick Dansby, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker and urban core enthusiast, it comes down to economics. His understanding that economics is the true engine to strengthen Cincinnati fuels his overall vision.
Clinical Sciences Pavilion Will Serve as a Bridge between Research and Care
Can you envision your future? Maybe in the short term, but when it comes to creating a picture of your life 20 or 30 years from now, the task becomes more challenging. That’s why a majority of people fail to achieve their long-term financial goals...
Sometimes all it takes is a little encouragement from a trusted teacher to recognize our full potential...
From kindergarten to high school, students in Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) have heroes among them. These heroes may not wear a cape, but to their students they are super, teaching and inspiring young scholars to fulfill their potential...
Tom Williams of Ross Sinclaire & Associates is scouring the financial landscape for alternative investments. He’s found them – in Cincinnati, in Paolo Alto, in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. The question is, What's next?
We were going to call this 'Tips for Designing a Custom Wedding Cake.' Then we saw the cakes, and that title just seemed a bit...underwhelming. Click on, read the article and then feast your eyes on some remarkable confectionary creations.
We had only spent a few short hours together, in the place where all soul mates meet – The Southern Decadence Gay Pride Weekend on Bourbon Street. Remnants of the parade scattered the stone patio floor. Men in a mix of glitter and leather restraints milled about and karaoke faded in through the windows...
As part of its year-long Centennial Celebration, United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) will hold its first summer event, United Way Day of Action, June 20 on the Purple People Bridge...
In 1962, from a rented garage and using equipment purchased from a failed optical instrumentation company, Charlie Plymure started CPI. Despite having no credit and only $1,000, Charlie was able to gain the trust of lenders based on a simple promise to pay them back...
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Foundation’s community outreach programs and newly announced Pass It On Fund, which aims to provide medical equipment and financial relief to families with seriously ill or physically challenged children.
Aching pains? Broken bones? Nagging sports injury? These are the best orthopaedic medicine providers in the region. Each one has a unique story to tell about how they're moving the field forward. Check it out!
After the 75th anniversary of the flight of the first jet aircraft, powered by an engine his father designed, LEAD Cincinnati CIO Awards honoree Chris von Ohain reflects on his father’s remarkable achievements in the field of jet propulsion.
Dr. Kuy's motivation stems from his desire to create a practice that will incorporate precision in all aspects, from management to patient care and from his conviction to individualize care and thus pay close attention to each patient.
The professional staff, board of directors and volunteers of the St. Joseph Home are passionate about the mission to provide care for non-ambulatory children and adults who have profound developmental disabilities.
In today’s fast-paced world, many people may feel they are simply too busy to spend time and energy on changing themselves. It is because of this need for motivation that people hire Arlene Shuller to help them accomplish their goals.
Northwestern Mutual financial advisor Matt Johnson has found that his experience with children with special needs is a valuable resource to the families he serves.
We sat down with the leaders responsible for defining the mission of Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. See what they have to say about the purpose of the center, and the importance of promoting freedom worldwide.
From after-hours at the Art Museum to watching the Reds get back on track against the Nationals, these are our staff picks for the Top 5 things to do on your days off!