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The Blue Manatee Literacy Project is sparking a joy for learning one book at a time. For our annual kid's issue, we chat with the new owner of this longtime local bookstore that recently rebranded. Learn about its "buy a book, give a book" mission encouraging literacy among our community’s most at-risk population.

One local wellness expert believes so deeply that self care is healthcare that she launched a spa and non-profit organization centered around the idea that when the mind, body, and soul are all at rest, the body can truly heal.

Father’s Day is almost here and as we emerge from quarantine, fire up the grill, and pour some drinks, read on for some great gift ideas that know the way to his heart.

A local style enthusiast, who spent the last decade guiding women to more edited and effortless wardrobes, recently relocated her women's clothing boutique from Chicago to the Mariemont Strand. Read on for more on her story and a sneak peek inside.

A nationally recognized designer is taking her experiences and aesthetic to downtown Hamilton with a new shop allowing the community to be a part of the creative process. Click here for all the details.

There’s no better time than now to focus on your own mental health and wellbeing. Click here to learn about a counseling and coaching business that helps to develop empowered women.

After a decade-long adventure to New York City, a local chef returned to the Queen City where she’s serving up restaurant-quality meals to enjoy at home. Keep reading to learn more about her tasty dishes and fascinating journey.

While the pandemic postponed this local nurse’s wedding, she’s finding positivity in the chaos of treating COVID-19 patients. Read on for her inspiring story of heroism and hope.

This Mother’s Day, moms deserve a little extra pampering. Read on as we chat with the mother-daughter team behind locally-based Kate Ryan Skincare who developed a product line to bring together the best of nature and science -- with a dash of mother knows best -- to make skincare feel like a gift that keeps giving.

A local entrepreneur wanted to offer clients a one-stop-shop when it comes to event planning. That idea turned into another idea and now she's launching a market with vintage, antique, and other home decor.
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