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This Week's Issue

We chat with the owners of Vancouver-based Kit and Ace to learn more about how the company got its start, where they plan to take it in the future, and how its new OTR location - its third U.S. store behind New York and San Francisco - fits perfectly into that plan.

A local photographer launched a mobile studio concept that brings a variety of different photographers to you with tailored, flexible shoots of any size at any location.

Building a business is a tough nut to crack. But see how Paper Acorn is growing thanks to help from the locally-based First Batch Program.

See how one Cincinnati woman turned her passion for fashion into a profession by launching FashionYellow, a multi-faceted wardrobe consulting firm.

Two local ladies are tackling the deficits within the medical and mental health community by making connections and changing lives. See how they’re creating a Life Worth Living.

See how students at Gateway Community and Technical College are practicing their techniques outside of the classroom, and gaining hands-on (literally!) learning experience.

Learn about the annual bluegrass concert taking place in September at Sawyer Point that provides local families with greater resources for their children’s health.

Face it. Bad things are bound to happen. Our life coach columnist explains the five ways to become a more resilient person when they do.

Our Editor in Chic shares a letter to her daughter as she reflects on her first birthday, and the second “birth” she wasn’t expecting.

Our business guru tackles the topic of networking. Read on for his tips on how to make the right connections, find your core, and organize the rest.
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We chat with the owners of Vancouver-based Kit and Ace to learn more about how the company got its start, where they plan to take it in the future, and how its new OTR location - its third U.S. store behind New York and San Francisco - fits perfectly into that plan.

A local photographer launched a mobile studio concept that brings a variety of different photographers to you with tailored, flexible shoots of any size at any location.

Building a business is a tough nut to crack. But see how Paper Acorn is growing thanks to help from the locally-based First Batch Program.

See how one Cincinnati woman turned her passion for fashion into a profession by launching FashionYellow, a multi-faceted wardrobe consulting firm.

Two local ladies are tackling the deficits within the medical and mental health community by making connections and changing lives. See how they’re creating a Life Worth Living.

See how students at Gateway Community and Technical College are practicing their techniques outside of the classroom, and gaining hands-on (literally!) learning experience.