When Ruth Anne Wolfe began fulfilling her vision to bring people from all walks of life together, she started on the sidewalk.
David and Jennifer Bross took their own childbearing challenges and created a nonprofit.
New Year’s resolutions look a bit different this year. We have to undo habits that started — and continued — with the shutdown. Soapbox spoke with two fitness instructors to break goals down, step-by-step.
The new normal now guides all practices within the impressively expanded building.
Unique, local restaurant, bars, and bakeries stand out in the Queen City.
In March of 2020, the airline announced a new, daily, nonstop service between Seattle and Cincinnati. Then it was put on hold.
The pandemic hasn’t slowed these executives down — they’re working hard to continue supporting female entrepreneurs.
Previous graduates say that “Building Cultural Competence: A Program for Leaders” has helped them learn to value people’s experiences while becoming more comfortable telling their own.
After 11 years in OTR, the nonprofit is relocating to Walnut Hills.
As 2020 came to a close, these two grocery giants forecasted what shoppers will want in 2021.
This will expand the company’s innovation efforts and expand career opportunities for the regional workforce.
Travel + Leisure’s list was compiled in honor of all the dynamic destinations in the U.S.
The U.S. subsidiary is establishing its North American headquarters in Cincinnati.
In some ways, Ohio has been progressive on civil rights issues, but we have a long way to go with housing, education, employment, and healthcare. Bob Sandrick interviewed a few people around the state hoping to drive change.
Victor and Jocelyn Williams — proprietors of Kismet, Pangea, and Toko Buru — finally delved into ecommerce after 28 years of brick-and-mortar locations. They’re not the only ones who have pivoted during the pandemic.