This spring, after the grand opening of Flipdaddy’s Brilliant Burgers & Craft Beer Bar at the Newport Pavilion, the company will have four restaurants and an estimated 250 associates. That’s some serious growth in five years.
"We are at an important point in the development of UC Health," says UC Health President and CEO Richard Lofgren, MD. The position of COO was created to add organizational leadership to the health network as it strives to maintain its record of excellence.
Save the dates and wedding invitations are the first look a guest will have of the event, so perfecting the details and style is very important. From the moment an invitation is pulled from the envelope, guests should know whether the wedding will be casual, themed or elegant, further emphasizing the importance of design...
Under the new arrangements dunnhumby and Kroger will replace their existing exclusive joint venture with a new long-term license and service agreement and the acquisition of certain assets from dunnhumbyUSA by Kroger.
Aileron founder Clay Mathile says entrepreneurs perform the most noble acts in a free society by putting their capital at risk to create jobs for others. The organization’s mission is to help those people realize their vision by developing a plan.
Cincinnati Ballet celebrated the fifth anniversary of the annual Club B Gala Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 6:30 pm at The Cincinnati Ballet Center. The theme, Ballet A Go Go, was a spirited celebration of iconic 1960s pop culture including ³mod² fashion, swinging music and of course go-go dancing!
More than 320 people were in attendance at an annual spring fundraiser for Lindner Center of HOPE on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 to be inspired by keynote speaker Liza Long.
In business, two thirds of all technology projects fail because they’re late and over budget. We aren’t talking about small projects, either. In fact, the failure rate actually increases in proportion to the project’s budget. How is that possible?
Robert Arledge will be 82 years old in June, and Robert Arledge is a pole vaulter. You wouldn’t normally think those two things could be said of the same person. But standing by as Arledge rushes past you, you lose all expectations of what is possible at his age.
At Bella Luna, the food looks fantastic. It tastes even better. We went on a culinary journey at the restaurant, and you can too.
The worlds of art and sports rarely meet. But they did 30 years ago when the Cincinnati Art Museum commissioned famed pop artist Andy Warhol to do a Pete Rose painting during that thrilling summer of 1985.
There are few gifts better than the ability to read, and the teachers at Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) are working tirelessly to make sure every student in their care is given that gift. Together with community organizations in a respected partnership model, CPS is making sure students can learn to read and read to learn.
Kindervelt # 50's Hats, Horses & Hearts is an opportunity to watch the two most exciting minutes in sports while supporting children suffering from complex heart problems.
First Minneapolis/St. Paul. Then Dallas/Fort Worth. Is Cincinnati/Dayton the next two-bodied metroplex? Joe Hinson of the West Chester-Liberty Chamber Alliance thinks so.
On Saturday, March 14, 1,400 friends and supporters of Cincinnati Children’s came together at the Duke Energy Convention Center for the 11th annual Celestial Ball, benefiting the hospital and research center.
This facility is one of the largest independent oncology practices in the country. But unless you're a cancer patient or a caregiver, you've probably never heard of it before.
When the wedding planning calms down and the countdown to the big day can be measured in weeks rather than months, it’s time to relax and schedule some personal time. How? We ask the expert.
Healthcare officials know there is no mystery to high quality women's cancer care. The challenge, of course, is making it work. That's why TriHealth and Joan Lunden of "Good Morning America" are working together.
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering, “Hey, you know what would be a good idea? Chipotle, but for pizza!” then you’re in luck. The burrito mega chain is developing a fast-food pizza concept, and it’ll be opening in Cincinnati this fall.
Cassie and her then-boyfriend Steve are huge Bengals fans. So when he asked her to take a tour of Paul Brown Stadium one day, she was justifiably excited. But nothing could prepare her for what would happen at the 50-yard line!
Northern Kentucky Restaurateur Johnny Chu and Dance Pro Doreen Beatrice Crowned Dancing for the Stars 2015 Champs
Johnny Chu (owner, KungFood Chu’s AmerAsia restaurant) and his dance pro Doreen Beatrice (Step-N-Out Dance Studio) received a near-perfect score of 38 (out of 40), taking first place at the Cincinnati Arts Association’s (CAA) ninth-annual Dancing for the Stars.
If you were out downtown this weekend, you probably saw a lot of spectacularly clad women sporting ‘Pure Romance’ attire. They're just part of the $28 million economic impact the company is having on the region.
It's never too early to think about summer camp! Day camps at the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati keep kids' minds and bodies active all summer long.
The spring fashion shoot was inspired by the iconic Cincinnati Union Terminal, as well as dynamic looks from the 1960s and 1970s.
Mercy Health Foundation Presents “Angels Among Us,” an Evening of Celebration, Featuring Acclaimed Recording Artist and Author Amy Grant
West Chester Hospital welcomed the first baby in its new maternity unit yesterday – on its first official day of business. A precious little girl arrived into the world at 8:01 a.m.
Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Advisor Ben Beshear sat down with us at LEAD Cincinnati to discuss how it's never too early to begin talking to your children about money.
Heather's engagement to her then-boyfriend Brad didn't start out well: "Everything went wrong from the beginning." But by the time she had the ring on her finger, Heather was swimming in joy!
With the new Maternity Unit, West Chester Hospital is bringing something new into the world – and it's helping new mothers and fathers throughout Greater Cincinnati do the same.
The Heart Mini is Cincinnati’s largest single-day fundraiser and hometown favorite of 37 years! Each year close to 25,000 registrants come together to participate in a heart healthy exercise and raise life-saving funds to fight the #1 and #4 killers, heart disease and stroke.
Searching for the perfect wedding gown is crucial to brides – the gown is what makes her feel confident and beautiful. Here are six tips from our friends over at Hyde Park Bridal.
For half a century, clients have turned to Tim Johnson and the firm he founded for honest, objective, long-term focused counsel.
Josh Cares' annual fundraiser helps the organization provide specialists to care for chronically ill children at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Last night on April 8, ArtsWave hosted its second annual CincySings event at Cincinnati Music Hall. Hosted by artist Drew Lachey, the high-energy evening featured amazing performances by 11 employee choirs from top regional companies for a cheering crowd of more than 1,600.
Dealing with the stress of cancer for you or a loved one is overwhelming – emotionally and socially. But Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky is taking strides to make sure that no one faces cancer alone.
With Zoo Blooms all through April, Zoo Babies in May and a new Africa exhibit home to the zoo's lions, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is a must-see destination in Cincinnati this spring.
Let’s talk about Jeff Bloomfield, author, teacher, speaker and entrepreneur. Jeff Bloomfield is dependable, honest and hardworking. The question is, how do you know any of that is true? The answer is in the neuroscience of storytelling.
No one wants the diagnosis of cancer. But if you have to face this adversary, Dr. William Barrett and his colleagues at the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute and the Barrett Cancer Center want Cincinnati to be the best place in the world to be.
Until this school year, many of the students at Pleasant Hill Academy had never touched a chess board. On Friday, March 20th, they faced off against some of the world’s greatest chess champions.
The YWCA of Greater Cincinnati is honoring eight local women at its annual Career Women of Achievement Luncheon. We sat down with the woman who's making it all happen, president and CEO Charlene Ventura.
The casual foodie is probably unfamiliar with the idea of German-Italian fusion. But chef Jeremy Luers of The Presidents Room is making that cuisine come to life – with some delicious results.
The newest issue of Venue Magazine showcases Cincinnati's nonprofits, organizations, communities and leaders. Check it out!
The Lindner Center of HOPE bets that education really is the key to understanding at a half-day workshop about mental health and addiction. Sign up today!
Northwestern Mutual's new office at Third and Walnut streets is all about looking for the future from the present.
Built in the late 19th century, the Cincinnati Art Museum is a symbol of the city’s heritage through the ages. But buildings with that much history often need a little help.
In telecom, the biggest challenge is keeping up with the pace of change. Over time, IT infrastructure becomes antiquated and costs escalate. Before you know it, you're in a deep hole with no way out. The question is: how do you avoid falling behind?
The Eve Center is a sisterhood. It's a place of catharsis and sublimation where women can share with one another the difficult times in their lives in the hope of moving on from them.
When it comes to choosing a retirement account and the appropriate distribution type for your lifestyle, there are innumerable details to remember. Don't worry, our friendly financial folks over at John Dovich & Associates have you covered.
The 2015 Cincinnati ReelAbilities Film Festival honored many with disabilities, including quadruple amputee Sgt. Travis Mills, a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Seven-year-old Liberty Bible Academy student Ethan Fang won the 2nd Grade Ohio State Chess Championship in 2014. But his opponent on March 7 was bigger than anyone he had ever played before. Literally.
Veterans are returning from war without a deep understanding of the civilian world. Easter Seals Operation Vets THRIVE aims to connect those veterans to the services and organizations that want to help them.
Mike Prescott's leadership at U.S. Bank of Cincinnati has catapulted the bank into first place in the Cincinnati market.
It's no secret: Jungle Jim's is pretty much the coolest place in the world. Its zaniness is matched only by the eccentricities of its owner, Jim himself. But what about the rest of the people who work there?
Bunnell Hill Construction is leveraging its position within The Schueler Group of Companies, one of the largest landowners and property managers in Southwest Ohio, to provide customers a single point-of-contact for all construction, development, brokerage and financing needs. In doing so, it’s helping the country get back on its feet again.
Long before the "cloud" became a pop culture buzzword, ATC was offering cloud-based solutions to its SMB clients. Now the Cincinnati firm is thinking outside silos and mapping the convergence of IT and telecom.