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Category : April 2020

April 2020

4 Questions with Steve Edwards

Vice president of operations for Coney IslandKevin Michell Last year, Coney Island made the decision to eliminate its amusement park rides in favor of focusing on the Sunlite Pool and the area surrounding it. This ushers in a transition period for the venerable attraction, opening up new possibilities for how the park will utilize the [...]

April 2020

A Reason to Dine

The Butcher and Barrel restaurant is offering special deals during the weekEric Spangler There’s now a reason to dine every day at The Butcher and Barrel restaurant at 700 Race St. in downtown Cincinnati—great deals on delicious meals. The Butcher and Barrel is offering special deals nearly every day of the week during its “A [...]

April 2020

A Trip to the World’s Horse Capital

Kentucky attractions get visitors close to horsesCorinne Minard Visitors can tour stud farms, nursery farms, a sport horse farm, two equine clinics and more through Horse Country. There’s a reason Kentucky is known for horses. The state is packed with hundreds of horse farms; is home to Keeneland, the world’s largest thoroughbred auction house; and [...]

April 2020

Artful Leadership

Patty Beggs and her impact on the Cincinnati OperaDan Hurley The Cincinnati Opera will celebrate its 100th anniversary this summer. When the season hits its centennial crescendo in August, Patty Beggs, who has been with the opera for more than a third of its history and spent 23 of those years as the managing director, [...]

April 2020

Ballet Meets Business

Cincinnati Ballet dancers turn their passion for dance into fashionDavid Lyman They thought he was just a ballet dancer. And it’s true that Cuban-born Rodrigo Almarales was an excellent and dashing performer. But what Cincinnati Ballet’s audiences didn’t realize when Almarales was hired in 2011 as a 22-year old soloist is that tucked away inside [...]

April 2020

Growing in Every Way

Programs at the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati encourage physical, mental and intellectual growth in children of all agesKevin Michell The arrival of spring promises many days ahead for families to get outside and enjoy the warmer months. But as Jorge Perez, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati, points out, it’s a crucial [...]

April 2020

Multiplying Potential

Great Oaks’ programs for both adult learners and high school students open up doors to greater successKevin Michell Harry Snyder, president and CEO of Great Oaks Career Campuses, recalls meeting with a local rotary club recently where 10 of the 25 visiting members were surprised by what the career and technical education institution was doing. [...]

April 2020

No Lack of Choices

Tristate Meeting and Event Planner Guide 2020 – Unique meeting and event venues give events planners plenty of optionsMenna Elarman BOOST has a rooftop deck that can be used during events. Planning an event can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re on a budget or not, or choosing between a typical [...]

April 2020

Ohio Battles Over School Vouchers

Don Mooney About 90% of Ohio’s kids attend public schools. America’s public schools sustain the world’s oldest active democracy and dominant economy. Ohio’s constitution tells the Ohio General Assembly that it must provide for the “thorough and efficient system of common schools”, i.e. public schools, that has educated generations of Ohioans. But if you follow [...]

April 2020

Right Idea, Right Time

Nexigen grows by keeping up with tech trendsDavid Holthaus Jon Salisbury and J.J. Schaffer met nearly two decades ago when they were both working at the Best Buy in Florence, Kentucky, on the electronics retailer’s tech bench. They became friends by way of their IT engineering backgrounds, sharing ideas about computing, especially about something known [...]