Kristin Shrimplin is someone you want in your corner. The executive director and CEO of Women Helping Women has a dedication to preventing gender-based violence and empowering all survivors that is palpable.
Summer reading, Cincinnati-style
We asked The Mercantile Library to recommend books from local authors – or those with local ties – to read this summer.
Cincinnati Opera’s ‘The Knock’
“… a story like … may not change the world. But it can offer us a refuge where the finest parts of us as humans can breathe freely, even if only for one hour.”
Polly Campbell: Loving Cincinnati takes, and rewards, commitment
Have I ever told you how I got to Cincinnati? It’s not the usual school- or job- or family-related reason.
Notables: Women & Family Services
Movers & Makers asked organizations working in service of women and families to introduce their notables to our readers, part of a regular feature highlighting people making a difference in Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community.
Ryan Mooney-Bullock of Green Umbrella
Mooney-Bullock’s own interest in the environment sparked at a young age and was fueled by her family, her faith and lots of time outside.
Notables: Nature and the Environment
Movers & Makers asked organizations working in service of nature and the environment to introduce their notables to our readers, part of a regular feature highlighting people making a difference in Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit community.
What is your great outdoor escape within 50 miles of Cincinnati?
M&M asked readers to answer this question and send us a photo to illustrate.
May Festival: For 150 years, a musical free-for-all
Before any of Cincinnati’s other major arts organizations came into existence, the May Festival was already there.
For an aging mom, food is comfort, excitement and, always, love
In 2020, my mom needed surgery, and when she came out of her anesthesia, one of the first things she said was, “You know, I think I could go for some Indian food.”