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It's a marriage of Victorian charm with high-end updates and conveniences, nestled in the heart of Mt. Lookout! Click for a sneak peek inside this Listing of the Week!

This Victorian home is completely remodeled but hasn’t lost its charm. It’s an open-concept home with an eat-in, walk-out kitchen, a formal living room, and dining rooms. The 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom home has hardwood floors, all-new plumbing, 95%+ new electrical, has been structurally improved, has a new roof, and two new HVAC units.

This listing is sponsored by Ron Erdmann at Guaranteed Rate, the official mortgage professional of Cincy Chic.

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The bridal store trifecta is now complete and continues to bring new, fresh ideas into the largest bridal district in North America. Read on for more.

 

Photo: Green Peas in a Pod Photography

When Kelly Hill opened the doors of her first bridal boutique in2011, “Yours Truly, Kelly,” she only had six wedding gowns in inventory. Today, she owns three unique stores, Lace Bridal Couture, Love Bridal and the newest edition, Cincy Bridal in the Reading Bridal District. 

“I have always wanted my own business, but never in a million years would I have thought that I would own three bridal boutiques I love what I do and couldn’t imagine ever doing anything else. It’s definitely not out of the question to us opening other bridal stores in other locations. We have lots of plans for the near future,” says Hill.

The couple’s most recent venture reigns as one of the only luxury bridal boutiques in the Cincinnati area. “Cincy Bridal caters to the high-end fashionable bride and is by appointment only. When the bride is in her appointment, we actually lock the front door and the whole boutique is just for her and her bridal party,” says Hill. “The store holds well-known designer brands that cannot be found anywhere else in the tri-state area such as Anne Barge, Sareh Nouri, Muse by Berta, Antonio Gual, and Atelier Pronovias.”

The success of any business is not only in the product, but the people as well. The foundation of love and passion for brides-to-be that Kelly and her husband have laid is evident in not only Cincy Bridal, but in all of their locations. So much sothat they travel to New York and Chicago twice a year to handpick gowns for each of their stores. 

“I am on the floor in one of the stores almost every day alongside my bridal consultants and love to work with the brides to create their dream vision of their wedding gown. I love watching my consultants grow and develop into amazing sales people who truly care about the bride,” says Hill.

Green Peas in a Pod Photography

Cincinnati has the Largest Bridal District in North America. In the heart of Reading, Ohio, you can find 10 bridal boutiques, all within walking distance of each other. The Queen City truly strives to makes every bride feel like a queen. 

As for awards, Lace Bridal and Love Curvy Bridal have won “The Best of Knot” every year since opening up their doors. Lace Bridal Couture has also won the “Couples Choice Award” by Wedding Wire and holds a spot in “The Knot Hall of Fame”.The future is bright for Cincy Bridal, seeing as it offers a brand-new atmosphere that has never present in the Cincinnati area.

Lace Bridal Couture is located at:  100 West Benson St. Cincinnati, OH 45215

Price points at Lace start at $1,000 and go up to $3,500.

Love Curvy Bridal is located at:  133 West Benson St. Cincinnati, OH  45215

Love caters to our plus size bride with sizes starting at 16 – 32.  Price points start at $695-$2,500.

Cincy Bridal is located at: 307 West Benson St. Cincinnati, OH  45215

Cincy Bridal is a luxury bridal boutique catering to our high-end bride with price points starting at $3,000 up to $9,000.

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Aiming to simplify self-care, The Spa at 21c’s new subscription includes services at the spa and products to your door!

The Spa at 21c wants to revolutionize your spa experience with its new subscription.

“Coined, The Serene Routine, this subscription is different than the normal subscription box,” explains Natasha Burns, Spa Manager at The Spa at 21c. “The Serene Routine was created to inspire self-care and give guests a plan to combat the season’s harsh effects. We know that it can be difficult to keep up with all the things you should be doing to keep healthy, so the team responded with a way to integrate the spa with its guests in a routine that they will actually want to follow.”

The Serene Routine offers multiple ephemeral touchpoints to inspire wellness and beauty, even at home.

The experience of the subscription starts with a customized box, which Burns says is sent out each season and offers a corresponding service with plenty of other goodies inside.

“In true concierge fashion, the team at the Spa at 21c will lead you along the way with scheduling your appointments and arrange delivery of each season’s wellness box,” she adds.

There are four total subscription boxes included in The Serene Routine: winter, spring, summer, and fall, which correspond with the spa services included in the subscription itself.

The Winter Box includes AromaTouch ritual, a therapeutic wonder designed to ease pain that drops oils directly onto the spine and creates the sensation of warm raindrops falling onto the skin. Also included in the box is a doTERRA aromatouch essential oil, Tasha & Co scrub, and a 21c robe.

The Spring box features a peel-lactic or alpha beta, which are made to fight the signs of aging with the combination of lactic and salicylic acids.

“It also includes a District 79 candle, Circadia Post Peel Balm, and Blueberry & White tea hydrating mist,” adds Burns.

The Summer box includes a 21c manicure and pedicure, a Dazzle Dry polish kit, Tash & Co massage cream, and a book for summer reading, all of which would pair well with an express massage.

Then there’s the Fall box, which includes a body mask and wrap to bring the skin and mind a renewed season of blissfulness. Also in the box is a Tasha & Co argan hair oil, Tasha & Co bath fizz, and a Circadia Amendola Milk Cleanser.

All of the boxes have seasonal service offerings that are designed to take your visit to the next level, with upgrade options such as 30-minute scrubs, 21c’s Signature Glow Facial, express massages, or express facials.

The spa subscription is $840 per year, or billed at $70 per month. “The products are guaranteed to have a seal of approval from the Spa at 21c, meaning that time and efforts are actually saved and spa-lovers can focus on what matters most: taking their relaxation to the next level,” adds Burns.

Boxes include 20% off spa services, private access to the cocktail terrace during spa and business hours, 15% off food and non-alcoholic beverages at 21c’s award-winning restaurant Metropole, and 15% off hotel rooms (based on availability).

You can learn more about the Spa at 21c by calling 513-578-6601. There they can guide you through the spa subscription details.

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This local woman gives a rustic, handmade touch to your big day’s floral arrangements, and also teaches DIY classes.

Tasha Anderson has a passion for all things floral, design, and decorating. So she decided to take that passion and turn it into a home-based floral business: Stems by Ratasha.

“I have always loved flowers and beautiful things,” she explains. “So when my oldest daughter asked me to create her flowers and decorate for her upcoming wedding – in a year and a half – I could not refuse!”

Andersons says she didn’t even know she could put together a floral arrangement, let alone create wedding flowers.

From there, she was able to land a job at a florist and learned not just that she loves flowers and everything about them, but she also loved creating arrangements that were able to make people happy and make a space even more beautiful.

Stems by Ratasha DIY wreath-making class attendees with their creations

“I did create and decorate her wedding,” she says. “It was beautiful.”

Following the wedding Anderson gave up flowers for a few months only to realize how much she missed it.

“Instead of getting back into flowers right away, I decided to make fresh wreaths for my girls for Christmas,” Anderson says. “I posted them online, just to try and make some extra Christmas money, and it took off.”

She says she had 22 orders for her wreaths in just two weeks. “I couldn’t believe it,” she adds.

The holidays came and went and Anderson decided to take another break – this time until February.

“That is when I heard the voice inside my head saying ‘Stems,’ and I know I needed to do something with it,” Anderson explains. “Not sure what so I started posting pictures of my work and I slowly started getting orders for arrangements and planters.”

From there, she says, her requests moved into corsages and boutonnieres for school dances and then more weddings.

“Stems by Ratasha had been born,” she says.

On the winding journey that got her to where she is today, Anderson says that the passion for her floral business came from her father, who named her, and made her promise that if she ever did anything public in her life she would use her given name.

“Promise kept,” she adds. “Thank you, daddy.”

Anderson is a woman who didn’t take the traditional path to Stems by Ratasha.

She finds inspiration not only in her daughters, but in herself, for realizing her own passion.

“I had just turned 50 years old, you are never too old to learn a new skill and to live our your dream,” she says.

Aside from her floral design side of the business, Anderson also offers DIY floral centerpiece classes.

“The floral classes are a huge hit,” she says.

The classes teach people to create an arrangement that fits the season we’re in. She supplies the materials for students as well as the instruction.

“All I ask is that each person bring their creativity,” she says. “That way, together we can create an arrangement they can say ‘I did it,’ and are very proud to take home with them.”

Classes from Stems by Ratasha start right around $40 but vary depending on the arrangement size. Anderson says she tries to keep the classes affordable and hopes to soon open a larger area so that she can host even more students and a bigger variety of classes.

Wreath classes are also available from Stems by Ratasha, which are more labor intensive but still fun, and cost $40 per person.

Anderson says she’s currently working on a few new ideas for Stems by Ratasha, including a website and opening up a shop this spring and summer.

To learn more about Stems by Ratasha, you can contact her directly at 937-621-4569 or by messaging her Facebook page. Stems by Ratasha is also on Instagram.

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Learn more about a digital marketing company that wants to help your business stand out in a crowd.

Queen City Social wants to help its clients stand out in the crowd. To differentiate themselves and grow in a more meaningful and satisfying way.

That’s why Queen City Social, a boutique marketing agency, offers customer experience-focused marketing.

“Stand out in a sea of cliche, fluff, and schlock,” says Founder Katherine Lent.

The idea behind Queen City Social is to use programs that are designed to develop a company’s overall marketing strategy, create a memorable brand and customer experiences, reach and convert ideal customers and clients, and position your business as a leader in your industry.

“Queen City Social uses a transformational, holistic approach to improving business flow, outreach, and growth that differ from other methods because of the emphasis on meaningful connections,” says Lent. “Our team will help to guide and support you with creative strategies and practical tactics.”

Marketing services offered from Queen City Social include branding, consulting, merchandising, virtual assistance, staff training and best practices, video and live streaming, social media setup and management, events and promotions, copywriting and press releases, and brand ambassadors.

In addition to the services offered through Queen City Social, the organization also hosts “Eastside Small Business Group” meetings each month.

“The Queen City Social Eastside Small Business Group is a networking group for Cincinnati’s Eastside,” says Lent. “We have in-person ‘Socials’ and a Discussion Group and are helping to create this small business networking group for Eastside businesses.”

On the 1st Wednesday of each month, the group meets at Kenwood at 6:30 pm and the 2nd Wednesday of the month brings the group to Eastgate at 1:00 pm.

The meetings are intended to bring together small business owners, entrepreneurs, and freelancers, so they can get acquainted and begin making connections.

You can RSVP for the Queen City Social Eastside Small Business Group meetings on Facebook.

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A local meal prep service helps those trying to lose weight, build muscle or just enjoy the convenience factor.

A meal prep service that helps you improve your health and life by saving time and enjoy healthy meals. That’s the idea behind Bonafide Meal Prep.

“Bonafide Meal Prep is a local service that provides meals to those that are trying to lose weight, build muscle or would just like convenience,” Brandy McCaster, Owner and Founder of Bonafide Meal Prep, says. Bonafidemeans to be made, done and presented in good faith without deception or fraud and that’s the motto we operate with,” she says. “Bonafide means to be honest and provide my clients with exactly what I’m promising.“ 

The business has been around since 2015 and is located at Historical Findlay Market in Over-The-Rhine with six people working for the business.

There are a few different type of meals offered at Bonafide Meal Prep. “We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, we offer detox meals and muscle building meals,” McCaster says. “We also match clients up with personal trainers in their area.” 

You can order meals online by going to their website.

The business is different from other meal prep businesses because it lets the customers have a say in the meal prep process. 

“Our business is different because our clients are able to build their own meals. There isn’t a weekly menu that they have  to chose from,” she says. “We also connect and get to know each client one by one to learn their goals, likes and dislikes.”

McCaster’s favorite part of working for Bonafide is the staff that she gets to work with. “We have a great time at work and I love getting to know my customers,” she says. “I really love helping my customers reach all of their personal goals.” What gets McCaster to come back to work everyday is seeing the impact the business is having in her customers. “Knowing that somebody is going to benefit from my service,” she says. “Knowing that someone will be able to reduce their blood pressure or cholesterol medicine, knowing that someone is going to lose a pound or two just from changing their diets.”

The most memorable moment that has happened at Bonafidewas a customer’s story. “The most memorable was when a customer lost 13 pounds in one week on our detox plan,” McCaster says. “She called me crying and then I began crying!”

You can keep up with what Bonafide Meal Prep is doing by following them on FacebookInstagram and check out their website.

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Learn about the sometimes painful journey that led this local couple to each other and inspired them to reach out to those around them.

Cincy Chic: What is Brooke and Daron?
Brooke Farmer, Founder of Brooke and Daron: At Brooke and Daron, we’re all about Move, Pray, Love, on a digital platform. Whether you’re looking for guidance, fitness tips, healthy recipes, prayer requests, and more, you’ve come to the right place. We want you to grab a cup of coffee and stay a while.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Farmer: When I sold my small media company in 2016 and the door was closed for me to continue with work as I knew it, in the quiet moments that followed this business decision the Lord began to use me to help other women start their small businesses, ministries, and write their books. Now, I must be honest and tell y’all that I wasn’t jumping at the opportunity to help. Not that I didn’t wish to assist, but simply because I didn’t feel that I had anything to offer. However, when the Lord desires to do something He can become quite persistent. Soon after I began to help this individual, other women started to reach out to me for assistance and I found myself cheering once again. But this time, I was in their corner, cheering them on to start their own businesses, birth a ministry, and write their books. Feeling the joy produced when women realize who they are called to be, and then assisting them to do those things they have always dreamed of doing reignited my dreams and passions within myself, and proved to be a launching pad that encouraged me to finally follow the dreams that God has given to me. To launch a brand and form a community of women who are excited about living life to the fullest while maintaining a healthy balance between food, faith and fitness.

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Farmer: We are Brooke and Daron Farmer. We are a Jesus lovin’ family who enjoys sharing our journey with friends and family. We can’t wait to Move Love Pray with you. Whether you are looking to live your best spiritual life, needing healthy recipes that will feed your family in under 30 minutes, seek out workouts for women that you can do from the comfort of your home and so much more!

Cincy Chic: How do you incorporate health and fitness into your new venture?
Farmer: Fitness has always been my niche. In fact, you may recognize me from my Fitness company that I started about 6 years back (Skinny Mom). The successful sale of that business has been my launching pad, enabling me to show you each ingredient that makes up the recipe of my life. My love for fitness started at a young age and carried me through college on a scholarship to the University of Kentucky. There I was able to cheer on the boys in blue, and fell in love with motivating others. I helped pay my way through college by working as a certified personal trainer and continued training part-time in the years that followed. A couple years later I found myself on the national level cheering for the Cincinnati Bengals (Who-Dey!) and acting as one of the the Captains and helping as a Fitness Coach. In 2009 I was honored to carry the title of Ms.Fitness Universe. Then, in 2011, I found myself on the verge of divorce with a newborn. I clung to what I knew best and cried out to God for direction. I desired to be the best mother possible to my handsome son Easton, I knew healthy living would become a lifestyle in both the spiritual and physical senses. My love of good food and drive to lose the baby weight (am I right y’all?) produced multiple healthy recipes and fitness programs that I have been able to pass along women on their healthy living journeys. I love teaching workout classes and I currently teach a free workout class on Monday nights in Cincinnati, OH. I am excited to continue sharing tips and motivations from one woman to another.

Cincy Chic: What inspired you to incorporate faith in your website?
Farmer: The anchor in my life is The Lord. It is this relationship and walk with Our Savior that daily motivates me to be everything that he has created for me to be, nothing more and nothing less. The Lord is my best friend, my provision, my way-maker and ultimately my “Father”. The whispers in the stillness of night and the still small voice amongst life’s most stressful seasons have beaconed me to “Dream Big, But Believe Bigger.” It is my hope that as you navigate this site and peek into my life from the angles of Business, Entrepreneurship, Faith, Fitness, Fashion & Skinny Cooking that you are inspired to live your life to its fullest. While confidently knowing that until you discover (and walk out) who God created you to be, you will never be satisfied.

Cincy Chic: Can you tell us more about your online store? 
Farmer: You can shop our online store to purchase apparel, books, CDs, vitamins, and so much more!

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Farmer: Join us at brookeanddaron.com and join us on our social media channels including Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube. You can also shop our store 24/7 by clicking here.

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Marvel continues its comic book domination with the 90s nostalgic Captain Marvel. See what our critic has to say.

 

“Jean who? Do I look like Famke Janssen to you? DO I?!” Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) goes into full fire mode as the titular character in Marvel Studios’ latest cinematic adventure CAPTAIN MARVEL. Credit: Film Frame © 2019 Marvel Studios.

 

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KEY CAST MEMBERS: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Jude Law, Lashana Lynch, Clark Gregg, Gemma Chan, Lee Pace, Annette Benning and Djimon Honsou with McKenna Grace and Akira Akbar

DIRECTOR(S): Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

THE BACK STORY: Vers (Brie Larson) is a part of an elite star force from Hala, home to the noble warriors known as the Kree. Trained by Yon-Rogg (Jude Law), Vers is locked in to a battle against the shape-shifting Skrulls, led by the seemingly ruthless Talos (Ben Mendelsohn). Under the guidance of both Yon-Rogg and the god-like artificial intelligence known as the Supreme Intelligence (Anette Benning), Vers is training to become the best warrior she can to save her people from the Skrulls intended domination.

But while she trains to become a super soldier (hmmm … Wonder where we’ve heard that before?), Vers is haunted by the nightmares – or are those memories? – of a life she seems to have lived before. Who is the mysterious woman the Supreme Intelligence keeps taking the form of when it communicates with Vers? After all, the Supreme Intelligence is supposed to only take the form of the person you admire the most, right? Why does she keep having visions of airplanes and a woman (Lashana Lynch) … And why can she not fully control the powerful photon blasts that come from her hands? 

Well, once the battle between the Skrulls and Kree reaches the planet home to a young government agent named Nicholas J. Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and the newly hired Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg), Vers – as she is known among the Kree – is about to find out. 

And the Marvel Universe will never be the same once she does. 

THE REVIEW: Despite all the efforts multiple entities have made, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and his team obviously either have not received or simply have ignored the current anti-bullying effort sweeping across America. Because every time he and his cohorts release a new superhero/comic book-based film from Marvel’s expansive collection, it serves to simply remind all D.C. Comics fans that while they can continue to hold out hope, hope is all they have at this point. For if this was a fight, the referee would have called it at this point or let D.C. face an Apollo Creed-like fate at the hands of Marvel’s Ivan Drago.

Captain Marvel is the latest proof that anything D.C. can do, Marvel can do and possibly always do better – and it’s not even close.

Don’t get me wrong: Patty Jenkins’ stellar Wonder Woman is arguably the best D.C. Comics movie ever made. (Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is its own thing; it’s like comparing Michael Jordan’s championships to Robert Horry’s. Sorry Big Shot Rob, but it’s true!) And while Captain Marvel may not be quite as good as the lady with the golden lasso, it’s really good and does something far better than any D.C. release in terms of (1) introducing a character that (2) has a major significance to (3) an entire cinematic universe that (4) only keeps getting better as it expands.

Whereas Justice League was an utter atrocity compared to Wonder Woman (and well, most superhero films in general), Captain Marvel hits all the beats is needs in anticipation of next month’s Avengers: Endgame and then some. Larson, an actress that one could argue wouldn’t likely come to most moviegoers’ minds when they think of a potential action star, gives her version of Carol Danvers a sly sense of humor and all the confidence needed to make her believable in the role. One can almost imagine Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot calling her agent and saying “You mean I could have done THAT superhero movie?!” with all the furor of the average NFL star demanding a trade from a contending team, only to end up on the NY Jets. Larson’s evolution of the character works in a way an established action star’s would not, all of which Carol Danvers a marvelous captain of her own ship (or as the case may be, plane).

Jackson, seen here as a younger, dual ocular version of Nick Fury, plays well as a more in experienced version of S.H.I.E.L.D. counterpart while Lynch comes off like a younger Viola Davis (and that’s meant in a positive, complimentary sense). Of course, the precocious performance of Akbar will steal most adults hearts – you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more wide-eyed, charming child in a superhero movie this year – Mendelsohn’s turn at Talos might be the best of the entire film; without spoiling anything, it’s a key performance that, like the rest of the cast, helps round out Larson’s character while making sure his own is far from afterthought.

Throw in a well-written, not-so-easy to predict plot and an equally well-paced story under the eye of co-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and you’ve got enough to inspire little girls to follow their dreams while making men and women of all ages salivate in anticipation of what will happen next month. The 90s references (oh, Blockbuster Video …) are perfectly timed pieces of humorous nostalgia, the action sequences aren’t needless story filler and the film draws you in its journey across the universe in excellent fashion … And the tribute to the late Stan Lee is just perfect as is his cameo, which hopefully won’t be his last.

Now with everything queued up for the next Avengers movie, Captain Marvel will ensure Marvel continues its quest for world domination … Or, at the very least, making sure D.C. stays in distant second place with a simple snap of their fingers.

OVERALL RATING (OUT OF FOUR POSSIBLE BUCKETS OF POPCORN):

 

 

 

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    See how one local lady is bringing the community together with her blooming business. Learn more about her services, classes, and new subscriptions to always keep a little sunshine in your space.

    Christina Matthews wanted to switch up her career path. She wanted to turn to something that was more in-tune with nature. In an attempt to completely immerse herself in the field, she spent years learning how to grow and sell flowers, vegetables, and herbs through Berea College’s “Grow Appalachia” program.

    Today she’s the founder of The Flower Lady OTR, a happy flower farmer-florist located in Over-the-Rhine.

    “I specialize in growing flowers and creating beautiful and fragrant solutions for just about every floral need,” explains Matthews. “I am currently growing flowers in the Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden, which is the oldest community garden in Cincinnati, and I grow a portion of my flowers just across the river on Sunrock Farm in Wilder, Kentucky”

    Matthews’ participation in the OTR community is an important one to her, as she lives, works, and gardens there.

    Through The Flower Lady OTR, you’ll find flower arrangements and floral solutions for several restaurants, salons, and businesses in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

    Matthews says she enjoys being a part of the slow flower movement and seeing the positive impact that flowers can have on people and the environment.

    The Flower Lady OTR offers a variety of floral services, ranging from flower crowns to arrangements for restaurants and small businesses.

    The Flower Lady OTR can create flower crowns for any occasion with at least 24 hours notice.

    “The Flower Lady can create stunning crowns for you and your friends,” she says. “Flower crowns are perfect for photoshoots, fashion shows, weddings, prom, showers, bachelorette parties, music festivals, Earth Day, and more.”

    You can also host a party or take classes from The Flower Lady. “Let The Flower Lady make your next event fresher than ever,” Matthews says. “Have a DIY flower crown party of offer a custom flower bar at your wedding.”

    Matthews wants you to think of The Flower Lady when planning corporate events, dinner parties, holiday events, and ladies nights. “I can even come to you,” she adds.

    Restaurant and small business owners can also turn to The Flower Lady to help create a fresh new addition to your space. “Let’s liven up your hostess stand, dining room, or office with a custom floral design that will compliment your decor,” she says. Business owners can even sign up for a weekly subscription with The Flower Lady to ensure that their arrangements stay fresh.

    To see even more of The Flower Lady’s services, click here.

    What makes The Flower Lady unique is more than just the services she offers – it’s what her beliefs are rooted in.

    “I believe in the inner connectivity of all living things,” explains Matthews. “So, not all of my flowers are cut. I dedicate portions of my flower garden to our precious pollinators and I use all organic growing practices, including saving rain water, and making my own compost.”

    Matthews says that you can see The Flower Lady OTR in multiple upcoming events.

    Over-the-Rhine People’s Garden

    “Come out to Taft’s Brewporium Spring Garden Market between 11:30 am and 5:00 pm on March 9 to get everything you need to welcome the spring season,” she says. At the market she’ll be teaching a succulent class, offering garden tips, and selling indoor house plants potted in unique, recycled planters.

    Matthews adds that The Flower Lady OTR will be at the Springtime Celebration hosted by Cincy Chic and Watson’s on March 14. The event will include wine tastings, al fresco cooking demos, centerpiece-building, wreath-making stations, and a color/fabric pairing workshop.

    The Flower Lady OTR will also be at Cincinnati’s Earth Day Celebration at Summit Park in Blue Ash on April 27 where she will be offering gardening tips and selling flower crowns.  

    To learn more about The Flower Lady, visit www.theflowerladyotr.com. You can also check out her monthly blog, follow along on Instagram, or give her a “like” on the Facebook pages The Flower Lady OTR or Over the Rhine People’s Garden

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    We’re living the English countryside life in this week’s Listing of the Week!

    Live the European country life in this Stunning Italian Renaissance National Register masterpiece. It features luxurious carved millwork, English Wedgwood hardware, and a priceless Rookwood solarium. A dreamy Loggia overlooks cascading fountains and gorgeous park-like grounds. There’s a chauffeur’s apt converted to an exercise studio, a kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and a zoned HVAC.

    This listing is sponsored by Ron Erdmann at Guaranteed Rate, the official mortgage professional of Cincy Chic.

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