An award-winning UC installation will soon go on display in Venice, Italy, in an exhibition coinciding with what is arguably the world’s most important architectural event, the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Kindervelt #19 held its most successful annual Lunch at the Links fundraiser to date – “Boots and Bling” – at Heritage Club in Mason in late April, raising an estimated $43,000 for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC).
If you’re changing jobs or getting ready to retire, you may be considering an IRA rollover – which means transferring funds from a qualified retirement plan, like a 401(k) or 403(b) account, to an IRA. But before you move your stash, be sure to do your homework.
As the old adage goes, the dog is man’s best friend. And what better way to show you love your furry friend than by giving them the all-natural treats from Brewhaus Bakery, all while supporting a good cause?
Spring is the perfect time for a fresh start, and indigenous craft gallery is throwing open the doors on its new space. Less than a mile away from the original O’Bryonville gallery, which opened in 2006, the new location in East Walnut Hills sparkles with tall windows, high ceilings and new art and artists to discover.
Justin Doyle Homes is among Cincinnati’s premier home builders, with a commitment to quality products, peak standards and customer service that exceeds expectations. A recent winner of the prestigious LEAD Emerging Business Award, Doyle takes great pride in the consistent delivery of excellence he and his staff have maintained in an ever-growing business.
Company donates nearly $300,000 through its 2018 Community Service Awards program
Northwestern Mutual believes in the life-changing impact of community involvement. To celebrate its financial advisors who are committed to giving back to their local communities, the company is awarding grants to nonprofits nationwide.
A Conversation on Duty, Tradition, Family and Service
Sherri Richardson CPA and Lakshmi Kode Sammarco, M.D., are both successful professionals, but with very different backgrounds. Richardson, a CPA, grew up in Cincinnati in a large family living on the edge of poverty. Sammarco, the Hamilton County Coroner, is the daughter of immigrant parents from India, arriving in Cincinnati at age six.
On the 11th of each month, Kourtney Hurst celebrates another 30 days of her new life. Hurst, 27, thanks God; Laura B. Ngwenya, MD, PhD, director of the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute; and the center’s top-notch neurotrauma care team for the successful repair of her brain, severely injured when her pickup truck skidded on black ice and plowed into a telephone pole early on the morning of January 11, 2017.
Ali Asbury Howard, President of Thrive Memory Care at West Chester, is emphatic explaining what is at the heart of Thrive’s memory care program. The state certified people who staff the Thrive community, their desire to be there for the residents, the training they receive before they work with residents and continuing over the course of their careers all combine to create a safe caring environment for seniors living with memory impairment.
There’s no doubt the Greater Cincinnati region is blessed with a vital health care community. From Dr. Sabin’s life-saving work to eradicate polio to the strong tradition of medical schools and hospitals occupying Cincinnati’s “Pill Hill,” our region is fortunate to have not just a lot of health care practitioners, but a wide variety of specialists, too. Our firm, John D. Dovich & Associates, LLC is a proud sponsor of Venue Magazine’s Rising Star Medical Leaders.
A diagnosis of cancer for a loved one can be devastating. And finding out that they must travel to another city to seek treatment, away from their much-needed emotional support system, can be just as difficult. The UC Health Barrett Cancer Center is working to bring world-class cancer treatment to Cincinnati – with the help of thousands of cyclists.
Ambassador of the European Union to the United States David O’Sullivan was the Guest of Honor and Keynote Speaker at the European American Chamber of Commerce (EACC) Annual Gala Dinner at the Drees Pavilion on Wednesday, May 16.
Greater Cincinnati has a Salon/Spa where everyone in the family can enjoy an indulgent experience without the exclusivity that’s often associated with luxury salons. Both the Hyde Park and Crestview Hills locations are known for being “Best in the City.” Having won many awards, Tanya’s Image & Wellness salon promises the top service throughout the tri-state in an environment that is comfortable and welcoming.
In this interview, Irene Clayton and her daughter, Eliana, share how much the chance to go to Camp Livingston, aided by a grant from the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, means to them. Irene is from Israel, but now calls Cincinnati home. Located in southeastern Indiana, Camp Livingston has been a Jewish overnight camp for over 90 years.
Spring is a great time for a home refresh. Jill Koch, interior designer with Designs on Madison, an interior design firm in East Walnut Hills, says when winter is finally over, “sprucing up the house brings excitement for the warm weather approaching.”
Spring Fever? Botanica, a custom floral design and home décor store in Loveland, has the cure. Décor-savvy aficionados will fawn over the beautifully arranged vibrant tulips, pastel-hued hydrangeas and succulents.
Besides founding GBS, the successful IT company based in Newport, Kentucky, Gaby Batshoun has never run out of passion projects to dedicate himself to, whether it is at home or in the community. Cars have been one of those passions ever since Batshoun was a kid in Jordan tinkering in his father’s repair shop.
In an effort to help ensure Cincinnati Parks endure for future generations to enjoy, The Women’s Committee of Smale Riverfront Park created the Hats Off Luncheon. Now in its 12th year, this festive and unique luncheon for both men and women serves to raise important funds and awareness of our world class park system.
Founded in 1989, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams based its manufacturing in the beautiful countryside of Taylorsville, North Carolina, and remains there today. Spanning more than one million square feet, skilled artisans work hand-in-hand with designers to bring their vision to life. Mitchell and Bob often refer to their factory as a finely tuned symphony.
On the evening of April 27th, 2018, the Ladies of Kindervelt 50 and over 200 guests gathered at the new Summit Hotel to raise money for Kindervelt’s Psychiatric Emergency Assessment Center of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
“As a kid, I had a Helen Keller poster on my wall that read ‘You can accomplish anything you put your mind to,’” remembers Matt Brennan. “Mt. Everest is the ultimate test to that saying. It represents the pinnacle of achieving what is possible.” This spring, Brennan is on his way to become the first Cincinnatian to climb Earth’s highest mountain.
Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery (CFPS), a regional leader in facial cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures, is getting its very own facelift. The Cincinnati location of CFPS in Kenwood is being renovated to include a full spa area for clients and patients to utilize both before and after their procedures.
The brand-new Summit Hotel brings a special kind of hospitality to Cincinnati. As the first property opened under the Dolce name since Wyndham purchased the brand in 2015, The Summit has been carefully and thoughtfully designed to nourish the needs of both guests and locals from the ground up.
RoundTower announced today that it has received the 2018 Dell EMC Marketing Excellence Award for achieving outstanding results and demonstrating commitment to Dell EMC and customers. This marks the first year RoundTower has received this exclusive recognition.
At The Landing of Long Cove, compassionate and caring staff deliver distinctive assisted living and memory care services with “a whole lotta heart.”
The Landing of Long Cove is a senior living community that provides assisted living and memory care in the upscale Deerfield Township neighborhood of Mason. Residents enjoy five-star fun through engaging programming, resident life and restaurant-style dining with fresh options and choices appealing to everyone.
It’s inspiring listening to 52-year-old David Waits of
Hillsboro speak jovially about life after his heart transplant
at the University of Cincinnati (UC) Medical Center
two years ago. It’s miraculous, really, considering
Waits literally dropped dead from a massive heart attack
at home one cold, mid-December evening in 2014.
Founded in 1970, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Southwest Ohio chapter team is aiming to raise over $3.6 million this year to fund research that will lead to finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
When it comes to the world of aviation, it’s not easy to find many women involved. In fact, according to Natalie Kelley, founder of flyGIRL, female pilots make up only 6 percent of the total pilot population. But for Kelley, seeing women soar isn’t something new – it’s her lifelong dream.
The Lindner Center of HOPE is one of the top facilities in the country for the treatment of mood disorders, major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. “The Greater Cincinnati community has a valuable resource here,” says Rodriguez. “Not only do we have experts, but treatments. It’s very common that patients feel their treatments or meds aren’t working because everyone is different. Here, we have the ability to give people more hope.”
Most people in these parts know the story of the groundbreaking Rookwood Pottery Company, founded in the late 19th century, and its revival in Over-the-Rhine over a decade ago. What many may not be aware of is how the reinvented company is creatively influencing contemporary designs, integrating its historic architectural tiles.
NEW Cincinnati, an organization focused on advancing women, growing business and transforming the workplace through the power of community, is commemorating its 10th anniversary. In celebration, NEW Cincinnati featured keynote speaker Dr. Condoleezza Rice, the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, at its learning and networking event on March 21.
As a place where people can speak freely and have constructive dialogue, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is vital, says the center’s new president, Dion Brown. “Given the challenges our society is facing, this institution is more relevant than ever in bringing diverse points of view together.”
The C-Suite Award honors our region’s leading chief executive officers; chairmen; chief operating, information, marketing and financial officers and other C-level executives. The criteria for the C-Suite Award is based on the individual’s invaluable contributions to their organization and our region, as well as his/her personal leadership characteristics that cultivate a thriving and progressive community.