Chris and Jessica Cicchinelli didn’t know their calling would be to help transgender children and their parents—until the issue hit home. When their own child, born a boy, insisted she wanted to dress, and be identified as a girl, Jessica and Chris, the CEO of Pure Romance, started doing research on where to find help on what to do next.
The Banks riverfront entertainment district will host the first street party on Sunday at the Fox19 Now World Cup Village, a series of street parties and soccer watching venues designed as the official Cincinnati gathering place for the sporting spectacle.
This week, Frisch’s announced that Coca Cola products will return to restaurants by September. Frisch’s CEO Jason Vaughn shared the announcement with colleagues from the Frisch’s corporate office on Monday.
The Brewing Heritage Trail, a celebration of Cincinnati’s brewing heritage, will break ground on the first physical segment today at 3 p.m. with more than 100 Brewery District representatives, design team members, City and County officials and staff, and donors and friends of the Trail.
We all need sleep to be able to perform at our best. For athletes, however, sleep is especially important. Research from the Sleep Foundation says that in addition to physical conditioning and conscious eating, sleep plays a major role in improved athletic performance and in achieving more competitive results. Quality and amount of sleep that athletes get is often the key to winning. REM sleep in particular provides energy to both brain and body. If sleep is cut short, the body doesn’t have the time to repair and regenerate.