According to Ron Shuller, the wedding photography industry is constantly changing. There are always new trends. Hire a professional like him and you'll guarantee that your wedding photos are done by an expert.
The Zaring family believes the small amount of time and expense of operating a private foundation is worthwhile. It's an effective way to meet philanthropic goals and encourages family unity and civic responsibility.
The future is all about wearable technology that can transmit information in real time. At Eccrine Systems, which just received $1.5 million in seed funding from CincyTech and others, the future is now.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald's Cadet Leadership Conference is a chance for young leaders to come together and learn from influential figures who have had a measurably positive impact on the world – including McDonald himself.
At one point in his life, Mark Curnette was a successful journalist for the Cincinnati Enquirer. Yet his profound commitment to justice led him to work for aid groups in Haiti. Ten years of notes form the basis of his book on the lives the Haitian people.
Founded in 1864, The Children’s Home was first a shelter for the abandoned youth of Cincinnati. We trace its history from this initial mission to its present efforts to adapt to a new healthcare landscape, and get an inside look at how the board works. Check it out!
What if all those hard-working entrepreneurs in Over-The-Rhine should get a little thirsty after putting in their 9-5? They go to HalfCut. It's like Starbucks. But for craft beer. So... it's like Starbucks, but infinitely better.
The Total Look will be at The Cincinnati Art Museum starting February 28. This is a case where the clothes, the model and the photographer create something that's greater than the sum of its parts. Truly stunning.
Clayton Scroggins Associates and Grear & Co., two of Cincinnati’s most trusted businesses, combined in 2014 into Cincinnati’s seventh largest accounting firm. How did they navigate the merger? And what is it like there now?
Making a purchase at Polished Pearl not only gets you a beautiful accessory, it also helps change the lives of girls – some as young as 10 years old – suffering in squalor and abandonment two continents away.
Western & Southern Financial Group's efforts to revitalize Lytle Park are just one aspect of a larger plan to make Cincinnati the finest city in the country. If you've been out downtown lately, you know its efforts are paying off in a big way.
Why is West Chester Hospital one of the fastest growing hospitals in America? According to its CEO, it's all about creating that proverbial "continuum of care." But what exactly is a "continuum of care"? We found out.
The price of a college degree is incredibly high and high schoolers often graduate unprepared. There's both a preparation and an expectations gap. Now, Cincinnati Public Schools is doing something about it.
Flipdaddy’s Brilliant Burgers and Craft Beer Bar is on a roll. It's focusing on freshness and using community resources while growing its brand around the region. Watch out, this delicious hole-in-the-wall burger joint could soon be a national sensation.
Are you getting the most out of your retirement plan? How would you know if you weren't? With so many changes in tax policy and asset values in the last five years, perhaps it could be time for a fresh perspective.
The Dragonfly Foundation has partnered with private firms to create a unique plan for its future facility, which will provide subsidized short-term housing for patients and families of patients enduring cancer and bone marrow transplants.
Get an exclusive look at what's going on inside CincyTech, where Cincinnati's powerful startup accelerator is helping entrepreneurs succeed, building wealth in the region and cultivating an atmosphere of opportunity.
Memorial Hall received received a keystone gift from the Annie W. & Elizabeth M. Anderson Foundation. The gift will significantly benefit the building's renovation project, which is a collaboration between Hamilton County, 3CDC and CMHS.
Jonathan Theders sees beyond the commoditized world of one-size-fits-all insurance. Welcome to a world where each industry, each company and each department is treated like the unique entity it is. Welcome to the world of risk management.
On February 11, 2015 at Memorial Hall, eight nonprofits took the stage to compete for $30,000 in unrestircted grants and scholarships at Fast Pitch. The event offered millennials a fast and fun opportunity to connect with philanthropies that help the community.
After 30 years in the wedding-planning industry, Sharon Forton has noticed that the core of most weddings remains traditional. The planning process, however, has changed. Now both sets of parents are involved.
What does it take to be an accountant? More than you would think. According to Don Fritz, CPA and shareholder with VonLehman, accountants must understand technology, international finance and global politics to be able to serve their clients.
The sixth annual Touchdown for HOPE Super Bowl Sunday event took place February 1, 2015 at the Great American Ballpark Champions Club and succeeded in raising $203,000 to enhance Bipolar and Mood Disorders Research.
For more than 20 years, the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company has enthralled audiences with the Bard's famous plays. Now that they've performed every single one, they're primed for another 20 years of success. Check out a gallery of their neat posters after the break!
Virginia Blair beautifully recounts her experience with her fiancé, Justin Bostelman. Coming back to the states engaged and enthralled, Virginia says "I will never forget how he made me feel like a Queen."
What do you think when you think of a startup? Something new and glitzy and crowdsourced, right? Well, it turns out that a startup doesn't have to be that at all. In fact, it can be something as simple as a business that just wants to make pottery again.
Christa Dunlevy and Eddie McHale met in an unlikely place. For years they endured a long-term relationship but, after settling in Cincinnati, a holiday proposal turned the star-crossed couple into future bride and groom.