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New high school student exchange relationships with schools in France and Spain as well as a service-learning trip to China are the latest global exposure opportunities offered at Cincinnati Country Day School (CCDS). The school continues to implement its bold, new strategic plan, and the Global Engagement Pillar is an integral piece of its many initiatives.

When most people think of mummies they usually think of ancient Egyptians, yet mummies come from all over the world. In fact, mummies have been discovered on every continent. The ancient Egyptian form of mummification remains the most popular, but as Dr. Heather Gill-Frerking, who studies th…

Cincinnati Ballet Artistic Director Victoria Morgan believes the upcoming “King Arthur’s Camelot” performances will make for an ideal Valentine’s Day date, but it’s about more than the lush costumes, romantic story and moving performances by some of the most accomplished ballet professionals. 

When the carpets need cleaning, the landscaping needs attention, or the parking lot needs striping, owners of more than 150 local commercial buildings throughout Cincinnati, Dayton and the surrounding communities call on one man to do the job – Brent Degenhardt.

The Kid and Baby Expo was held on Sunday, April 24 at the Elements Conference and Events Centre in Sharonville. More than 40 vendors were available for meet and greet. These included health and educational organizations, childcare providers, children’s clothing boutiques, party planning serv…

If you visit The Christian Village at Mason, you may see high school students working one on one with residents to create stunning pieces of art.  Opening Minds through Art (OMA) is a new program through Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center that not only creates art but also new int…