Talking Competition, Family and Life with a CrossFit Legend Article Nicolette Martin | Photography Paul Versluis About 80 miles east of Nashville, among the winding roads of Putnam County, Tennessee, between a brick house and an old red barn, there’s a gravel road. It’s easy to miss in the expanse of rolling hills that, in … Continued
For healthy habits in the new year, we turned to Theresa Bosse, longtime English teacher and Loveland High School’s media specialist. After all, what’s more important than exercising your brain and stretching your mind? Or, more difficult: changing your perspective.
It always happens this time of year. I pull into the parking lot of my gym the first week of January, and bam, it’s packed. I find a spot in the back of the lot, and I already know that treadmills and elliptical machines will be scarce. I’ll have to wait for every weight machine, and I’ll … Continued
The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows … I don’t care how tough you are, it will beat you to your knees ... But it ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward …
Reno 911 Bond Home Furnishings has gotten more than just a bright new coat of exterior paint. Under new ownership since May 2018, the former Bond Furniture and Mattress Gallery not only benefited from a bold new look but also the inventory has a fresher spin. In addition to the Flexsteel line, expect more contemporary (in … Continued
On Nov. 15, more than 200 people gathered for the Little Miami River Alliance Annual Awards Dinner to honor and thank Loveland’s standout businesses and individuals, among them NEST, Loveland Sweets and Bespoke DIY for 2018. Held at Receptions Banquet Center, the night included cocktails, a silent auction, dinner and awards, with special guest Channel 9’s John Popovich announcing the winners.
Hundreds of people donated toys and funds for a chance to purchase the year’s rarest brews—the line starting at 3 a.m. and culminating in the event’s best turnout. “We collect hard-to-find beers and limited releases,” says owner Ben Capodagli. “Sent by brewers nationwide just for this great cause.” Nearly 700 bottles later, the Marines had … Continued
Preparation and planning for peace of mind are as vital for financial health as they are for the physical. But where to start? What steps to take? We turned to Rob Grossheim, CFP, and his team at Family Wealth Advisory Group for perspective, advice and the prescription for success.
The culinary mastermind behind Summuh Artisanal Hummus, Ethan Snider outgrew his farmer’s market prepared food gig almost overnight. Inspired to afford a bigger kitchen, he founded Fond Lunch & Deli in 2015 in a Montgomery strip mall and launched a grab-n-go just off Oakley Square last year. While Ethan refuses to be pigeonholed into one set of flavors (think Korean kimchi,…