At Lakota Local Schools, things are changing, including initiatives like the further involvement of S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) labs and providing Chromebooks as an additional tool for junior school students.
I don’t know about you, but just knowing I have a secret stash of chocolate lifts my spirits.
Julia Wesselkamper, head of Coldwell Banker West Shell’s award-winning The Julia Wesselkamper Group, and three of her Stage It by Julia teammates are hard at work inside a seller’s newly listed home.
Summertime, and the livin’ is busy. But it’s the perfect time to pay extra attention to caring for your face. Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery (CFPS) offers a plethora of minimally- to non-invasive procedures that not only polish your skin but optimize its tone and texture.
Even though they’re out of school, students from St. Ursula Academy spend part of their summers engaged in education. Through the Community Services Learning Program’s mission and immersion trips, rising juniors and seniors learn firsthand about the needs of others living around the world, the country and in Cincinnati.
Enhancing Game-Day Experience for Reds Fans
When a new ownership group took over the Cincinnati Reds in 2006, Great American Ball Park was just 3 years old.
When Carmon DeLeone observed his 25th season as Music Director for Cincinnati Ballet, much excitement ensued. Hardy congratulations and best wishes on reaching such an impressive anniversary abounded.
You are born with only two of them.
A rigorous Catholic all-girls college preparatory school with a selective entrance requirement, Ursuline Academy’s mission is to prepare young women for college and beyond by nurturing their souls, intellects, hearts and imaginations.
The Junior League of Cincinnati (JLC) is quickly approaching their 2019-2020 centennial milestone, celebrating their 100-year history of program incubation and acceleration.
She’s been on what she calls the sexual harassment training circuit since October 2017.
“We’re definitely a hidden gem,” says Sharon Snavely, Director of Advancement at Bethany School, a private school for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
What is the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship?
A public-school education is not right for everyone. Many students learn best in a school setting with smaller class sizes or a more individualized curriculum. Some children may learn better in the home environment. However, private school tuition is expensive and home schooling can be expensive, depending on the type of curriculum chosen.
Lake Liberty is one of the best kept, multi-faceted secrets in Southwest Ohio. But not for long.
Ten years ago, people weren’t talking much about the need for engineering courses at the high school level, especially at an all-girls’ school.
As the beautiful summer days invite us to have fun outdoors, Beatriz H. Porras, M.D. of Skin Diagnostic Laser and Rejuvenation is vigilant to remind her patients how to protect their skin from sun damage.
Being diagnosed with a chronic illness is a difficult experience. Being diagnosed with a chronic illness just before your 10th birthday is even more difficult.
With their recently added $16 million Bioscience Building in West Chester, Butler Tech is continuing to expand to provide more 21st century skill-training options for their 17,000 students who are served throughout Southwest Ohio.
New space will foster a community of belonging for those with and without disabilities
The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati will break ground on its new Dr. Anthony and Geraldine Zembrodt Education Center on Wednesday, July 25 at 10 a.m. The Zembrodt Education Center, located behind The Point/Arc office at 104 W. Pike Street in Covington, will allow The Point/Arc to hold educational, activities, social communication, advocacy, and employment services under one roof and increase the number of people served.
We don’t usually think of a car dealership as also being a community center. The physical plants that house dealerships are usually uninspired utilitarian structures with the single purpose of displaying and servicing autos.
Your Ideas. Our Factory. Start Dreaming Today.
At The Custom Shop, located in our Cincinnati Signature Store, you’ll meet friendly and talented designers ready to work with you one-on-one, while sharing their ideas and expertise.
Enjoying time in the sun is a big part of summer, but it’s important to take precautions to help prevent skin damage from harmful UV rays. Kasey Swing, licensed Medical Esthetician at the Mandell-Brown Plastic Surgery Center, says sun protection is one of the best things people can do to keep their skin in shape all year round.
There is just something not right with my team. For whatever reason, we are not performing.
Celebrating Public Education in Warren County
Don’t tell Warren County ESC superintendent Tom Isaacs that today’s high school students are lazy, stuck in social media or spend too much time playing video games. He knows better.
Hosted by Eddie Lane's Diamond Showroom
Homeowners can purchase generic tile from a local big-box store, or they can visit Rookwood Pottery for a work-of-art architectural tile installation that adds timeless style to their home.
Men for Others. That’s the motto at St. Xavier High School.
Philip T. Cohen, 98, was honored at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s annual meeting on May 16, and I met with him afterward to talk about why he has given for so long.
Now in its 55th year, HOMEARAMA annually attracts thousands of Cincinnatians interested in seeing the latest trends in home construction and amenities. If you are thinking about building or remodeling your home, this is THE place to be.
Schools That are Lighting the Way for the Leaders of Tomorrow
Schools That are Lighting the Way for the Leaders of Tomorrow
Finding the Humility to Listen at Home and at Work
Cory Carlson believes executive coaching can’t be confined to the workplace. It has to be holistic, taking into account that what applies at work applies at home as well.
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The Point/Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati is the first organization in the region to offer the PEERS Social Skills Group for Young Adults program, helping teens with autism or other social challenges build and maintain lasting relationships.
“Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS) has always been at the forefront of having an innovative, academic program. We were founded on those unique principals, but also having something that was, even back in 1926 when the school was founded, appropriate for the learners of that era,” says Aaron Kellenberger, director of enrollment management at CCDS.
School is out for the summer and The Children’s Home of Cincinnati’s Camp-I-Can is in full swing!
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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 not for hope, the heart would break.
If life is better on a boat, imagine having regular access to a fleet of boats at an affordable cost of entry, and no service or storage fees.
Unique and special-order pieces in a beautiful showroom – that’s what the co-founder of Hoffman & Albers Interiors set out to offer the Greater Cincinnati area 24 years ago.
Pros and Cons of IRA Rollovers
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.
Council on Aging’s (COA) Forum on Aging is the region’s premiere conference for professionals who work with, for or on behalf of older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers.
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.
Local Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor Awarded $25,000 Grant for Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
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.
The Duke Energy Children’s Museum is celebrating 20 years of providing children and their families a legacy of fun and learning.
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.