With more than 10 years of communications, graphic design and marketing experience, Jessica will focus on executing comprehensive, ongoing communication strategies to advance the YWCA mission and increase awareness and support of YWCA programs that empower women and eliminate racism. She has studied at Hampton University and Pratt Institute.
Two past winners of the Flying Pig Marathon, Jack Randall and Anne Flower, were crowned again as champions at the 2019 Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G, which had a successful weekend with a field of 41,797 for the 21st running of the event.
When Denise Hovey first joined the Flying Pig Marathon, it was a new event in need of volunteers. Now, 21 years and hundreds of thousands of participants later, Denise will retire after the 2019 event having held a number of positions with the Pig, including serving as the founder and coordinator of the event’s environmental program.
D. Lynn Meyers, The Ruth Dennis Sawyer/Mary Taft Mahler Producing Artistic Director at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, is being honored by ArtsWave with the 2018 Sachs Fund Prize at a reception held the evening of Monday, March 18, 2019 at Ensemble Theatre.
Film Cincinnati is proud to welcome producer Christine Vachon, co-founder of Killer Films, to the Jarson-Kaplan Theater at the Aronoff Center for an evening of film discussion and Q&A on Wednesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. to benefit Film Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Home + Garden Show, presented by Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Honda Dealers, returns to the Duke Energy Convention Center from February 23 & 24 and February 28 to March 3 with a special garden tribute to the 150th Anniversary of the Cincinnati Reds, a 50th anniversary garden celebrating the Brewing Heritage of Cincinnati and a March 2nd appearance by Ty Pennington from TLC’s Trading Spaces and ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Pure Romance opened a special Pop Up Shop for Valentine’s Day and to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary now through February 16 at 8154 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236. Tonight, it stays open to 8 p.m. for last-minute shopping.
Harvey Lewis is a Flying Pig Streaker, an ultra-running champion and spent his summer traversing the Appalachian Trail in one of the top 10 Fastest Known Times. Betsy Ross sits down with Harvey in this latest edition of "Coke and Conversation."
Santa Claus has moved to a new downtown home for the holidays in the first floor of Carew Tower beginning now through Christmas Eve for free photos in a festive North Pole setting. On Thursdays in November and December (December 6, 13, 20) from 4-7 p.m., children can visit with African American Santa for free photos.
George Zappas had an idea of what he wanted to grow up to be, way back in grade school in his native Pittsburgh. That’s when the local paper wrote an article on him and when the reporter asked what he wanted to do, he said “I want to cook.”
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) announced today the event lineup and activities for the DAV 5K, an inclusive event to honor and raise money for veterans where participants can run, walk, roll or even ride motorcycles across the course.
Running any company and making it work is a feat, but try doing it for thirty years. Then, try taking the business global, kicking off a revolution in the process. It happened right here in Greater Cincinnati, and it came out of the mind of Donna Salyers, founder and CEO of Fabulous Furs. You've probably seen her jackets wrapped around celebrities and featured in glossy magazines next to luxury cars in exotic locations. Her throws adorn sofas in the world's most well-heeled homes, and her trendy boot toppers are a hit with those who want to up their fashion game. Fabulous Furs is synonymous with quality faux fur, and a gold standard for affordable fashion.
It’s nearly impossible to have a discussion about Cincinnati’s musical history without mentioning the name Carmon DeLeone. The legendary Music Director of the Cincinnati Ballet is celebrating 50 years with the ballet by bringing his original composition, Peter Pan, back to the local stage. The classic tale of the boy who wouldn’t grow up runs from October 25 through October 28.
Welcome to a new series from Cincinnati People called “A Coke & Conversation with …” where our Betsy Ross will interview Cincinnati people so they can share their interesting stories over a Coke at a local Frisch’s.
Tickets are now available for the Downtown Tour of Living, which returns this year to showcase downtown Cincinnati living at more than a dozen apartment and condo buildings, on Saturday, Oct. 13, from noon to 5 p.m.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the YWCA Greater Cincinnati, TriHealth and the Cincinnati Bengals are teaming up to launch a bystander intervention campaign: “See Something – Do Something.”
A local non-profit, Pink Ribbon Girls, provides healthy meals, housecleaning, transportation to treatment and peer support to individuals with breast and women’s reproductive cancers free of charge. All of the money that is donated stays within the community in which it is given.
The Western & Southern Open tournament has long been a favorite stop for tennis fans across the country and around the world. The access to players, the ease in getting tickets and the venue itself make it a must-see for anyone who follows the ATP and WTA tours.
Iris Simpson Bush, the executive director of the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G, is the new president of the board of Running USA, a not-for-profit organization devoted to improving the status and experience of distance running and racing in the United States. She was chosen during Running USA’s summer board meeting this week in Detroit.
When the Netflix remake of the French thriller “Point Blank” starts shooting next week in Cincinnati, it marks the homecoming for producer Johanna Byer, who left Cincinnati more than a decade ago to pursue a Hollywood career.
Cincinnati Music Festival presented by P&G (CMF) returns to Paul Brown Stadium in downtown Cincinnati from July 26-28 with an exciting lineup of R&B music featuring Charlie Wilson and Jill Scott, among a dozen other performers over the three days.
Linda Smith-Berry, noted Cincinnati volunteer and health activist, has dedicated countless hours of her professional career to service and volunteering in Greater Cincinnati, with a focus in healthcare and education. Linda is the executive director of the Good Samaritan Free Health Center, served as a trustee for The Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, Seton High School, Mathis Foundation, Mission Partners Guatemala, and St. Ursula Villa. She is an alumna of Leadership Cincinnati. Linda is also on the TriHealth Ethics and Patient Safety committees and has worked on numerous community committees, mostly dealing with healthcare and education.