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Kroger Health has partnered with Cincinnati Cancer Advisors to offer their clients even better care and second-opinions. Find out more in our story.

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On September 16-17, join Ride Cincinnati to cycle your way to a cure for Cancer. You can even join virtually!

The Cincinnati Museum Center has a new exhibit, "Made in Cincinnati" that celebrates prominent Cincinnati business leaders and inventors that will inspire the next generation. Don't miss it!

"Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration" is a powerful new exhibit at the National Underground Railroad and Freedom Center. Highlighting the creative spark inside humans behind bars, the exhibit holds work from many talented artists.

If you struggle to run your business while managing multiple attorneys or legal advice, the Outside General Counsel Services Group (OGCS) team at Frost Brown Todd can help!

Mattress shopping doesn't have to be exhausting! Try Furniture Fair's bedMatch technology to find the right mattress for you.

We're so fortunate to have places like the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to help celebrate and share the stories of freedom. For Juneteenth, what better way to celebrate and honor our shared past than by checking out their story and planning a visit?

Taylor Heatherly was only 14 when she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Now a healthy survivor, she credits The Dragonfly Foundation with helping her cope with her treatment, chemo and hospital stays. Find out more about Heatherly and The Dragonfly Foundation in our story.

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Are you feeling burnt out at work? Stevi Carr created WISe Wellness Guild to transform the culture of wellness at every level. Find out more in our story.

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A beautiful garden in Avondale was planted by a standout team that featured the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and the Cincinnati Reds. See more photos of this gorgeous space at Rockdale Academy in our story.

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Mike Miller is the lead of wealth management at LCNB National Bank. He loves baseball and has an impressive collection of memorabilia. Who better to help you preserve your legacy than someone who appreciates a collection? Read more in our story.

Chuck Mingo felt a call to do something about the racial division in Cincinnati and the country. So he started Undivided, a course that lets people of different races and ethnicities come together to know each other. The results have been changing lives. Find out more in our story.

Candice “Candy” Cook was a cornerstone of the Loveland- Symmes Fire Department for 25 years. The beloved chief financial officer of the department dutifully served until her passing in 2018. Now the LSFD has dedicated themselves to ensuring her memory lives on by starting a scholarship fund …

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A cancer diagnosis can be devastating. But you don't have to go it alone. Cincinnati Cancer Advisors offer second opinions on treatment at no cost! To further help, they now have a podcast to demystify the questions their patients have about cancer. Check out our story to find out more about…

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There are so many ways that the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati is giving back to the city. The Women's Philanthropy group has made care bags, distributed honey cakes, and prepared Thanksgiving meals. To find out more about how you can be involved with the Jewish Federation, click the link i…

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Peterloon is a historic estate in Cincinnati that hosts charity dinners with their Knife Fork Spoon events. The latest one was a holiday party that raised funds for the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. Find out more about this great party and cause.

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The Karen Wellington Foundation has a mission to change the lives of women and families LIVING with breast cancer. KWF gifts beach vacations, spa days, game-day tickets, even hot air balloon rides to families desperately in need of FUN. Find out how you can help a family who is LIVING with b…

Think of everything you did in your daily life during the last 30 days. Now, imagine doing those tasks and activities without a car. 

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As the world slowly attempts to return to its pre-pandemic life, the annual JDRF Bourbon & BowTie Bash is also getting back to an in-person party. This massive event went virtual in 2020 and still raised nearly $200,000 from at-home guests. This year, JDRF is  keeping socially distanced …

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Although Harris Weston, often referred to as the “father” of the modern Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, passed away over 11 years ago, his vision for strengthening Cincinnati’s Jewish community is evident this year more than ever. From the estate of Harris and Alice Weston, the federation r…

The most difficult type of sales is selling something that doesn’t yet exist. A challenge FC Cincinnati has faced since its genesis as a professional soccer team. Jeff Smith, Senior Vice President, Sales & Ticketing, is intimately familiar with this challenge, having been at the helm of …

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Purposeful living can make all the difference in how we focus, react, and dream after retirement. When we choose to live purposefully, we’re also choosing to live fully and enjoy each day fully. Purposeful living can be an abstract subject, though, and many people don’t know how to put into …

When raising a child, a parent faces numerous challenges and obstacles. These challenges do not miraculously disappear when a child enters adulthood. This is especially true for a parent of a child with intellectual disabilities. Like any other parent, they want their child to love, experien…

“I’m often reminded of what author Ken Blanchard once said: ‘The greatest leaders mobilize others by coalescing people around a shared vision,” recalls Roderick Hinton, chief administrative officer of The Children’s Home. “Our co-chairs gathered some good and generous people around them and …