Driving up the narrow, curving gravel drive of Dale Eads’s property, the path bends to reveal a fully renovated 1870s house embraced by a lush landscape. The home, on a hill just east of historic downtown Loveland, is a striking Victorian with a wide front porch and climbing ivy. Unique architectural features like original sandstone gate pillars (found buried on the…
Treasure Hunters by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein Of course, there’s hidden treasure. And ruthless pirates. A high-seas adventure-mystery perfect for the 9- to 12-year-old (good for the grown-up kid, too). There are also double agents. Rival spies. Kidnapped parents! Plus two twins (and their annoying older sibs) who tell the tale and lead the chase to find their missing mom and dad.…
I love Loveland in the summer. This town comes alive with the warm weather and rays of sunshine. Biking, hiking, canoeing, swimming holes, festivals, concerts, dining alfresco, fireworks—the list goes on and on. Loveland is in its prime in the summertime, and there are so many new things to be excited about this season. One word … … Continued
Robo Chop Joe Tekulve and Paramount Lawn + Landscape are kicking off a blockbuster summer with Automow Cincinnati. The team’s latest venture, Automow Cincinnati features a brand-new line of robotic lawn mowers, available for purchase or finance. These mowers blast us straight to the future—able to be controlled with only a mobile app and also cut in the rain (while you stay … Continued
Loveland Lifestyle celebrated its launch and growing success May 22. Special thanks to Bishop’s Quarter for hosting us, plus Mayor Kathy Bailey, LMRCA President CeeCee Collins and Lori Holmes (owner of Holmes Custom Renovations) for toasting us. The team at Loveland Lifestyle salutes everyone who attended and thank all those who continue to help make our magazine a Loveland staple.
Makeup demonstrations, professional skin-care tips, sparkling wine and a DJ were among the at-first-blush highlights from Embody SKIN Care’s grand opening event May 9. Owner and esthetician Heather Buckles mingled and mixed with guests, expertly fielding any and all questions about her beautiful new location (located next to Biggby Coffee). EmbodySKINCare.com
With the river, the bike trail and the ample green space, summer in downtown Loveland is just begging to be enjoyed outside. Drop by any day or night of the week, and you’ll find people of all ages walking, biking or running, eating, drinking and socializing. And sometimes all of the above, in no particular order.
If there’s one thing the Holman brothers know, it’s trucks—the best for hauling boats or campers, the right SUV for Winnebagos or winning teams. Still a family-run business, Eric and Greg Holman have carried on their parents’ dealership tradition (a 1945 legacy born down the road from their current 50 acres in Eastgate).
Loveland resident Danny O’Keefe is an inspiration. Having endured brain trauma while saving his sister’s life during a vicious attack eight years ago, Danny’s recovery has been remarkable. Power Ryde hosted a charity ride on May 11 to raise funds for Danny’s ongoing medical bills. Want to help Danny further? Visit DannyOKeefe.org. Interested in other charity rides? Check out PowerRyde.com.
Truth: constant maintenance is the only real constant in home ownership. When you’re not fixing a leaky faucet or installing a new air conditioner, you get to turn your attention to the “fun” stuff, like trading in the ugly brown carpet running up your stair steps for hardwood or repainting your living room to give it a more modern feel.