December 4, 2020

Category : October 2018

October 2018

Putting Service First

Superior Dental Care uses customer service and ITS large network to help clientsEric Spangler Customer service and a large network is what separates Superior Dental Care from other dental benefits companies, says Shannon Ford, director of sales and service for Superior Dental Care. “All of our member service team has dental experience so that when [...]

October 2018

New Tax Law Could Affect 2018 donations

Scott Unger Charitable giving topped $400 billon for the first time in a single year in 2017, but changes to the tax code have nonprofits and charities anticipating a decline in individual giving and looking at different strategies in 2018. According to “Giving USA 2018: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2017,” American [...]

October 2018

Rustic Elegance

Walhill Farm offers a high-end dining and event experience on a working farmWill Jones Located in Indiana’s countryside between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, Walhill Farm isn’t your ordinary acreage. According to its website, the farm holds “26 acres of hardwood forest, 10 acres of gardens, three large fish ponds and 190 acres of pasture.” Aside from [...]

October 2018

Tackling Menopause

Local physicians say they’re here to help women as they enter a new stage of their livesDeborah Rutledge Menopause is a condition whose onset and symptoms are as non-specific and confounding as its slightly ominous-sounding nickname, The Change. While not any kind of medical board-approved definition, it is the anecdotal observance of local OB-GYNs who [...]

October 2018

First Line of Defense

Individuals are the key to limiting susceptibility of our nation’s computer systemsEric Spangler Cybersecurity expert Richard Harknett is the inaugural Fulbright professor in cyber studies at Oxford University in the United Kingdom in 2017 and the first scholar-in-residence at United States Cyber Command and the National Security Agency in 2016. The cybersecurity of our nation [...]

October 2018

A Brighter Day

Newport’s Brighton Center is working to help families and individuals become self-sufficient Laura A. Hobson Julie Van Brunt, 30, from Erlanger, Kentucky, found the training services she needed thanks to the Brighton Center. “A home visitor from Every Child Succeeds [a Brighton Center program] pointed me to Brighton Center in 2017,” she says. It was [...]

October 2018

Best Schools: 3 Questions with David Mueller

New principal of Archbishop McNicholas High SchoolCorinne Minard David Mueller, the new principal of Archbishop McNicholas High School, brings plenty of experience to his position. In addition to being the principal of St. Xavier High School for 19 years and Mother of Mercy High School for six years, Mueller has a master’s degree in business [...]

October 2018

Cincy Home: Raise the Roof

Homeowners have more options for roofing materials thanks to new metal stylesAmy Thornley Homeowners in the market for a new roof might want to take a closer look at metal. The metal roofs of today are stylish, colorful and sustainable. “Metal roof adoption in the U.S. has increased significantly over the past few years, now [...]

October 2018

No Business Like Show Business

Broadway in Cincinnati continues to bring quality productions to the region, like the upcoming Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryDavid Lyman Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will be playing at the Aronoff Center Oct. 23-Nov. 4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opens Oct. 23 in Cincinnati as the first production of the 2018-2019 Broadway [...]