Her professional credo remains as simple as it is sincere.
Over the past few months I have deliberately decided to go off the grid. Basically, I have broken up with social media. Mostly because everything seemed overexposed.
Cincinnati Public Schools has a habit of innovating and implementing exciting changes that allow for educational customization throughout the district.
Subtly rejuvenated lips can boost a person’s youthful appearance, and today’s FDA-approved synthetic fillers produce a longer-lasting natural look requiring less post-procedure downtime, says Dr. Alexander Donath, MD, FACS, of Cincinnati Facial Plastic Surgery.
Pregnancy, postpartum, motherhood, menopause and all the accompanying issues that can affect a woman’s reproductive life cycle can be stressful and overwhelming.
Hanson Audio Video provides visitors a unique venue where one can listen to music only rivaled by a live experience. The components, speakers and quality implementation to produce this music can be purchased for your enjoyment, turning your own home into a great performance venue as well. This fall the Hanson family and staff are proud to bring a world-class performance venue to Cincinnati.
When a person moves from their home and into a facility where they can get that extra bit of help that they need, many may feel their community, daily routine and independence slip away. The trained staff and caregivers at Fairfield Pavilion are able to customize services for each resident to help them start another chapter of their life.
As an infectious disease clinical nurse specialist at The Christ Hospital Health Network, Jan Stockton knows the impact clinical trials make in the advancement of medicine. So, when the Cancer Center at The Christ Hospital was the only center in the Tri-State region chosen to contribute to the national Circulating Cell-Free Genome Atlas (CCGA) study that could lead to earlier detection of cancer and make treatments easier and save more lives, Stockton immediately volunteered as a participant.
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The Deaconess Associations Foundation (DAF) has received a Transformation Award from the Center of Respite Care, a 24-hour facility providing medical and nursing care to sick, homeless people.
Horter Investment Management is always on the lookout for financial advisors who can help guard and potentially increase clients’ hard-earned money. As Horter has had great success, they are proud to take on two new Cincinnati-based investment advisor representatives who will help provide sound advice using Horter’s financial planning methods.
Following His Mother into Disability Advocacy and a Jewish Life
“Teachers said, ‘People like you do not do anything.’ My mom said, ‘He will be a good person,’” recalls Marvin Moss. Now 71, the Cincinnati native is living proof that his mother was right.
Whether you do modern or don’t, Switch Lighting’s new showroom on Fourth Street is a must-see stop for people passionate about design.
Enjoying the hospitality of a sincere and seasoned host leaves us fed and fulfilled. Their warm welcome, the flowers in the vase, the lighting just so. As the aromas waft over the gathering of friends, they mix with the music and conversation. Everything testifies to all their hard work and preparation, creativity and care. When the meal is served, relished, we understand we are participating in something very special.
With more than 50 years of service to the Greater Cincinnati business community, Lang Financial Group has long helped businesses and individuals find the right benefits packages for their needs.
Individual care plans promoting confidence, calm, self-esteem and self-worth are at the core of the unique Heartfelt Connections – a Memory Care Program for residents of the Memory Way Neighborhood at Magnolia Springs, a new not-for-profit Life Care Services managed community in Loveland.
As the only continuum-of-care community in Northern Kentucky, Madonna Manor serves residents throughout a range of life stages.
It’s a homecoming over a decade in the making. Murmurs about a major renovation of Music Hall started stirring many years ago, with community leaders prompting discussions as to the most effective way to ensure one of Cincinnati’s most beloved buildings would remain part of the city’s cultural life for generations to come. Murmurs eventually blossomed into action, and in December 2015 crews broke ground on the first phase of construction.
“Jewelry is timeless,” says Jacob Stafford, manager of Stafford Jewelers. “This is just one of the reasons it makes such a special gift.” As the holiday season approaches, many fine jewelry gift purchases will be made at Stafford locations at Kenwood Towne Center and in downtown Cincinnati.
Venue Magazine sits down with Chanaka De Lanerolle of The Celestial to talk about the restaurant and what makes it one of the premier dining spots in Cincinnati.
Thrive was founded in Atlanta to set a new standard for senior living. Among the features that sets it apart is respect for the individual. Thrive’s programs encourage and provide the opportunity for many activities but avoid shepherding residents through a busy day of group activities. Participation is a matter of choice.
On Friday, November 10, over 1,500 people attended the 4th annual JDRF Bourbon & BowTie Bash at the Duke Energy Convention Center, once again making the event one of the hottest parties in Cincinnati.
The Sheridan at Mason, opening this fall, offers an innovative approach to senior living while providing the same best-in-class customized care the five other Senior Lifestyle communities in Greater Cincinnati are already known for, says Stuart Solomon, executive director.
Krista and Bret Parrish and their children were ready for a new look for their new home that was built in Liberty Township’s Carriage Hill community. Amy Holt and Jill Koch, interior designers at Designs on Madison, took the Parrishes’ plans and worked closely with the builder, Ian Rise of Arthur Rutenberg Homes to make their dreams come true.
The team of physicians at Mayfield Brain & Spine strives to make the impossible, possible. The clinic, established in Cincinnati in 1937 by Dr. Frank H. Mayfield, is experiencing a major expansion in multiple areas as it aims to deliver world-class neurosurgical care at hospitals throughout the community.
When Alex Jordan, plant supervisor for Contemporary Cabinetry East (CCE), began working with the owners, Terri and Paul Hogan, on a program that would bring people with disabilities into the workplace, he wasn’t sure what to expect. These days, he sees a positive impact throughout the company.
Jennifer Spieser, Executive Director of the Cincinnati Parks Foundation, doesn’t hesitate when it comes to discussing the number of hours poured into maintaining the city’s parks.
Two hearts becoming one in matrimonial bliss is one of the most incredible experiences a couple can share. The celebration of that event should be handled with unparalleled devotion and care.
30 years ago, planning for retirement wasn’t too complicated. That generation of Americans had pensions and social security guaranteeing their monthly spending needs. On top of that, retirement was shorter as the average person did not live as long into retirement.
Mike Dunn, executive director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – District Council of Cincinnati, was preparing to meet with a colleague one day in mid-September when he encountered a woman who’d come to the organization for assistance.
Since reopening, Rookwood Pottery Company has restored its legacy as a world-renowned ceramics company. Now, the legendary local business is partnering to preserve its history, as well as Cincinnati’s, through commemorative art tiles, ornaments and other ceramic pieces.
OHC has been fighting cancer for more than 30 years. The group is one of the nation’s largest independent oncology practices. OHC’s approach to cancer care is simple – to surround the patient with everything needed so they can focus on what matters most – beating cancer. OHC is changing the cancer treatment paradigm, providing a multi-disciplinary team that reduces delays in treatment and improves a patient’s emotional well-being.
Capturing the unique story behind every photograph continues to drive the success of Bambino International, a Cincinnati leader in artistic vision for 20 years.
For more than 30 years, brides have trusted the BonBonerie in O’Bryonville to create the perfect cake for their weddings.
Sterling Homes is a custom home-building company determined to be set apart from the rest. Owner Brad Olinger is committed to maintaining the eclectic history of Cincinnati. Olinger’s goal isn’t to build shiny new houses, but rather to create homes that are true to their style and era, whether that be a classic tudor or an ultra-modern home. No matter the style, the end goal is always to create a home that genuinely reflects the architectural style chosen by the client, down to the last finish.
Rivertown Brewery founder Jason Roeper and Cincinnati Commercial Contracting (CCC) president John Westheimer admit there were plenty of late nights going over blueprints. And, yes, some beers were consumed. After all, they were building a brewery.
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Study shows The Christ Hospital sets the bar for other heart programs nationally
Christian Village Communities, a locally owned not-for-profit, was originally founded in 1960 and is committed to inspiring Christian retirement living for seniors. “We are a life-plan community,” Lizz Stephens says. “That means that unlike many of the standalone assisted living communities that are being constructed in the area, we are able to offer all levels of care on one campus.”
From the very first day, when teachers and administrators greet each La Salle High School student as they arrive with a welcoming handshake, it’s evident that a quality education starts with that personal connection, says Principal Aaron Marshall.
Students and staff at Saint Ursula Academy are happily enjoying their new art and design center, performance theater and library/media center. The theater and the arts center were completed earlier in the year, but due to the school’s needs, renovations of the library/media center were started at the beginning of summer and finished in only eight weeks, just in time for students returning in August.
Dr. Christopher Riemann remembers sailing into New York Harbor as a 4-year-old German immigrant in 1972, realizing his life was going to change forever. Now, the 49-year-old vitreoretinal specialist at Cincinnati Eye Institute has been affiliated with some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the country.
It takes true love for a company and its people for someone to stick with them for 50 years. Bartlett & Co, a Cincinnati-based Registered Investment Advisor, is happily celebrating Rick Reynolds’ 50th anniversary with the firm, but his work extends far beyond the office into the city he loves.
If you’re searching for a wedding venue, the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza’s popularity among brides has earned it a spot on the short list of the area’s top wedding planners.
Founded in 1966, The Randolph Company has provided their clients financial assistance for decades. Established by Guy D. Randolph Jr., the firm originally specialized in life insurance. They have since developed into an investment advisory firm under the leadership of Carter F. Randolph, PhD, who took control of the company in 1996.
Without a doubt, the most reliable way to build wealth is to steadily and consistently save as high of a percentage of your income as you can. In other words, one of the most reliable predictors of wealth is one’s ability to delay gratification.
Terri Fenno was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer 16 years ago during the Christmas holiday. With two children, ages 3 and 4, and a husband who worked in New Jersey, it was a hard time for the whole family.
A $2 million gift from the Harold C. Schott Foundation will support world-class structural heart care at The Christ Hospital
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The assisted and independent living spaces at the Barrington of Oakley are spacious and cozy at the same time, reflecting the community’s philosophy of bringing home to each resident.
After 10 years, the “Kinsey African-American Art & History Collection” is coming back to Cincinnati. The exhibit, which starts November 4 and stretches through the new year at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, is one of the largest private collections of art and artifacts illuminating the black experience in America.
Every experience in early childhood is important. Every relationship adds meaning. Knowing this inspires teachers in The Summit Country Day School’s Montessori Program to make every moment count. This fall, The Summit opened its doors to 18-month-olds and added an all-day option for the 18- to 36-month-olds in the Toddler Program.
While Cincinnati may be home to ten Fortune 500 companies, small-to-medium-sized privately-owned businesses play a critical role in our local economy.
Deaconess Associations Foundation, Inc. (DAF) has been awarded the Ernest Talbert Award for providing healthcare to at-risk children and adults through its Deaconess Health Checks.
It began in a world-famous jewelry factory in Kiev, Russia. Today, Boris Litwin Jewelers creates one-of-a-kind pieces in Madeira.