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Category : August 2017

August 2017

Dining: Belterra Park

Belterra Park’s restaurants use the chef’s influences to make one-of-kind dining experiences. By Will Jones Joshua Miragliotta, the executive chef of Belterra Park Gaming, says what sets him apart from others in the world of the culinary arts are the quality of the ingredients he uses and what he learned from his family. He enjoyed spending [...]

August 2017

Programing the Future

Locals schools are creating programs that are preparing students for the future. By the Editors Chamberlain Middle School Chamberlain Middle School is out of this world—seriously. Each year, Chamberlain chooses one student to attend Air Camp, made possible by the Robert E. Callahan Scholarship provided through Phil and Sherry Callahan, a local Carlisle family. Air Camp, [...]

August 2017

Veterans: The Atomic Question

Millions saved by "the light of a thousand suns."Peter Bronson There was an ordinary electric fan on a desk inside a concrete building that somehow survived the million-degree heat and firestorm of the atomic blast over Hiroshima. The fan blades were skeletal, like August leaves scoured to the bones by locusts. One touch and it [...]

August 2017

Q&A: Cinfed’s Jay Sigler

Five questions with Cinfed’s Jay Sigler about the company’s move to Oakley.Mike Boyer One of Greater Cincinnati’s largest credit unions has new visibility thanks to a major investment in a new, full-service branch and headquarters in Oakley Pointe. Cinfed Federal Credit Union, which has 33,000 members and about $400 million in assets, moved into the [...]

August 2017

West Side for the Win

Oak Hills Football sees bright stars on the horizon.By David Wysong On a warm June evening Jim Bauer and his fellow football coaches—Doug Keller, Ed McMasters and Josh Beninghaus—shared beers and food at Take 5, a Cincinnati bar and grill. A College World Series matchup between TCU and Louisville played on one TV, and the [...]

August 2017

Reflections on Leadership

The Cincinnati Zoo provides a model for businesses throughout the country.Dan Hurley In early June President Trump decided to pull the United States out of the Paris Environmental Accords. At the same time, EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt has moved to cripple the agency’s support for renewable energy. In face of these developments, Michael Bloomberg, business [...]

August 2017

Teaching Global Citizens

St. Ann Catholic School prepares students for the future with both technology and service.Corinne Minard St. Ann Catholic School in Hamilton may have had its building built in 1909, but there’s nothing old-fashioned about it. The school of 200 students has one of the most forward-looking STEM programs for preschool through eighth grade in the [...]