Inside the Mag

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“It’s so important for us to reach out and help others, especially during this time,” says Alison Caller, chair of Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Women’s Philanthropy (WP). Caller works alongside Carrie Goldhoff, WP’s vice chair. The two have been hard at work this year, coordinating a number of WP events to help make sure our community continues to feel connected despite COVID-19 restrictions.

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Before the May 8 event, JDRF will provide participants with what Newman calls a “party in a box.” These at-home party kits will include décor (linens, chair coverings, even sequined chair bands) as well as scrumptious food and alcohol, including a custom cocktail kit. Partnering with Jeff Thomas Catering, they have created a self-contained menu that includes easy-prep entrees that need only to be popped into the oven for 15 minutes.

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Hanson Audio Video offers one central wireless system that provides coverage for the whole house, which simplifies things and makes everything run more smoothly.

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For more than 25 years, Eagle Custom Homes has been guided by the creed of “A Perfect Reflection of You” with owner Doug Feagles at the helm. Living by this motto, the company has distinguished themselves in the upper echelon of homebuilders in the Greater Cincinnati area.

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Debby Thompson and her husband, Larry, have served in global missions with Campus Crusade for Christ International since 1974, and are counted among the pioneers of Western missionaries who lived covertly behind the Iron Curtain in communist Poland. In total, the Thompsons spent 33 years serving in Eastern Europe, witnesses to a period of dramatic social, political and spiritual change. Now living in Cincinnati and working with Athletes in Action International, Debby is a speaker, writer and mentor for women around the world. Her award-winning book, The Leader’s Wife, Living With Eternal Intentionality®, launched in 2018.

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For more than 35 years, OHC (Oncology Hematology Care Inc.) in Cincinnati has been fighting cancer on the front lines. And just shy of three decades old, Cincinnati artist and art educator, Samantha England, became a soldier in that fight.

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Christopher Statile, M.D.

Medical Director for Outpatient Services, Heart Institute

Medical Director for Consult Services, Heart Institute Cincinnati Children’s

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

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James Tweddell, M.D.

Executive Co-Director, Heart Institute

Director, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Heart Institute Cincinnati Children’s

Professor, UC Department of Surgery

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Alexander (Sasha) Opotowsky, M.D.

Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Co-Director, Exercise Laboratory

Co-Director, Heart Institute Research Core Cincinnati Children’s

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Health Care

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As a sixth grader, Hannah Schube remembers how she was forced into a new lifestyle after she learned that she had Type 1 diabetes. Read more

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A new technology has entered the facial rejuvenation scene in the Cincinnati area. Donath Facial Plastic Surgery has introduced the radio-frequency face tightening device, EmbraceRF, to its arsenal of revitalization tools. This makes Alexander Donath, M.D., F.A.C.S., the first to offer this kind of treatment locally. Read more

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Lindner Center of HOPE is not unlike the massive trees that line its driveway and paths — a mighty oak with mature branches that has grown into a haven offering the myriad of answers and assistance necessary to brave the various, challenging mental health storms that life may bring. Read more

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You’ve changed your diet and you’ve been working out regularly, but that stubborn belly fat still won’t disappear. It might be time to try a different solution, and with summer fast approaching, there’s no better time to turn to a medical spa for the latest in body sculpting treatments. Read more

Dining

Business

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“It’s so important for us to reach out and help others, especially during this time,” says Alison Caller, chair of Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Women’s Philanthropy (WP). Caller works alongside Carrie Goldhoff, WP’s vice chair. The two have been hard at work this year, coordinating a number of WP events to help make sure our community continues to feel connected despite COVID-19 restrictions.

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Before the May 8 event, JDRF will provide participants with what Newman calls a “party in a box.” These at-home party kits will include décor (linens, chair coverings, even sequined chair bands) as well as scrumptious food and alcohol, including a custom cocktail kit. Partnering with Jeff Thomas Catering, they have created a self-contained menu that includes easy-prep entrees that need only to be popped into the oven for 15 minutes.

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Hanson Audio Video offers one central wireless system that provides coverage for the whole house, which simplifies things and makes everything run more smoothly.

Arts & Entertainment

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The world of ancient Maya culture has returned to our time, to our locale, for Cincinnati communities to experience in a way that’s never been done before.

Cincinnati theatre-goers are sure to be delighted this upcoming season. Four phenomenal new productions are set for 2020, including “Anastasia,” “Les Misérables,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Escape to Margaritaville.” 

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Anthology Senior Living is driven by a simple belief that everyone has a unique life story. Their mission is to offer a unique senior living experience that provides residents with the best in hospitality and care so they can live their story in a beautiful, meaningful way.