December 4, 2020

Category : Summer 2020

Summer 2020

A New Kind of Dinner Party

The At Home Chef is designed to bring renowned epicurean means to guests’ dining roomJessica Baltzersen For Ken Durbin, the six-hour drive to his grandmother’s tiny apartment in Pennsylvania, was worth it. It was more than a place he called home; it was the first place he learned to love food. There, he’d watch his [...]

Summer 2020

3 Questions with Kurt Reiber

President and CEO of the Cincinnati Freestore FoodbankLiz Engel What do the Rubber Duck Regatta and Kurt Reiber have in common? Both have been staples at the Cincinnati Freestore Foodbank for decades. The former, a race of yellow rubber ducks down the Ohio River, will mark its 26th iteration this Labor Day weekend, although whether [...]

Summer 2020

Support At-Home

St. Ursula Academy’s counseling department moved online to help students while learning at homeCorinne Minard

Summer 2020

Taking a New Approach

Southern State Community College’s computer technology program is adapting its program to give students more choiceCorinne Minard

Summer 2020

When the Law Doesn’t Stop

Wood Herron Evans has found ways to innovate during COVID-19Corinne Minard What do you do when everything about the way you work has changed but the demand for your services hasn’t? Many businesses, including Wood Herron & Evans LLP (WHE), a boutique intellectual property law firm located downtown, have experienced this in 2020 thanks to [...]

Summer 2020

Leading in the Face of Epidemics

Cincinnati has learned from its experiences with previous pandemicsDan Hurley As I write this column, we are seven weeks into the stay-at-home orders, with the prospect of an effective vaccine 12 to 18 months away. Normal life, the economy and time itself, seem suspended. But against the backdrop of two earlier pandemic incidents, we are [...]