November 24, 2020

Category : February 2019

February 2019

Is Cincinnati Innovative?

Local universities, startups and more are working together to transform the city into a new hub for innovationLiz Engel It’s Oct. 5, 2018, and there’s ribbon to be cut at the new 1819 Innovation Hub at the University of Cincinnati. It’s a monumental day, officials say. A game-changing moment for the region. A difference maker. [...]

February 2019

Making the Most of Retirement

Three former presidents found more success after they left the White HouseDan Hurley A good friend recommends that a person should never retire “from” something, but always “to” something. But if your resume includes president of the United States, how do you find purpose beyond the most coveted job in America? For many ex-presidents, the [...]

February 2019

A Very Lonely Illness

Local experts say that those who suffer from depression don’t need to do so alone thanks to community resourcesDeborah Rutledge An irony of depression is how isolating the condition can feel, even though there are plenty of sufferers. The National Center for Health Statistics reported 8.1 percent of American adults aged 20 and over had [...]

February 2019

Six Questions about the Heart Mini

With the event’s Senior Director Alex Carson For decades, Cincinnati’s Heart Mini Marathon & Walk has encouraged people to get out and raise money for the American Heart Association. The Heart Mini, considered to be the region’s largest fundraising event, takes place March 9-10 this year downtown. We spoke with Alex Carson, senior director of [...]

February 2019

Batavia Goes Hollywood

A B-25 bomber at the Tri-State Warbird Museum takes center stage in a George Clooney-directed miniseriesPeter Bronson Somewhere over the North Atlantic, with frigid water stretching beyond the horizons in every direction, it occurred to Mike Durkee, restoration and maintenance manager for the Tri-State Warbird Museum, that he was trusting his life to a 73-year-old [...]

February 2019

A Most Unusual House

The Lane-Hooven House is a unique treasure in downtown Hamilton Corinne Minard One of Hamilton’s most unusual houses is also one of its most historic. The Lane-Hooven House was built in 1863 for Clark Lane, a Hamilton industrialist, with a unique design element—it’s octagonal. Octagon houses were briefly popular in the 1850s, but the Lane-Hooven [...]

February 2019

Building a Legacy

St. Vincent de Paul celebrates 150 years of serving the community by expanding its reachChristian Meininger The Cincinnati Reds isn’t the only organization celebrating 150 years in 2019. “They have a bigger budget, but our bullpen is better,” says Skip Tate, St. Vincent de Paul’s director of community relations Tate was only joking when comparing [...]

February 2019

High-end Tastes

Orchids at Palm Court brings local ingredients to its fine dining experienceJuli Hale Orchids at Palm Court, headed by executive chef George Zappas, serves a seasonal menu of made-from-scratch French-inspired New American cuisine. Zappas and his team of culinary artists push the boundaries of familiar flavor profiles and insist on using only the freshest of [...]