Category: Opinion

Public Relations tips from the pros

At last summer’s Unplug and Play event at TQL Stadium: OneSource CEO Christie Brown, FC Cincinnati Foundation Executive Director Kate Solomon, reporter Clancy Burke of Local 12 with Alyson Best

When we learned that two of our favorite public relations managers in the nonprofit sector were stepping aside to try something new, we saw an opportunity for them to share some perspective and pointers. Ann Stewart and Alyson Best have provided a level of excellence that we in the publishing industry value most highly.

Why we should share our good fortune

Polly Campbell asks "What's college for?"

How am I in my cozy position instead of theirs? Because I’m as lucky as someone who finds money on the sidewalk. I’m white and I’m American. I was born on the right side of the growing wealth gap. My parents had good values. College was cheap.

Un(re)tiring

Carole and Ed Rigaud

Eight Cincinnati community leaders on living an active, purpose-driven life: Carole and Ed Rigaud on success and happiness for all; for Kitty and Dick Rosenthal stagnation is not an option; Susan and John Tew on good health of mind and body; Barbara and Larry Kellar on the value of hard work.

Heart to Heart: How true conversation helps us flourish

Theo Erasmus

There’s plenty of talk in America, but unfortunately not as much conversation. Talk radio hosts, conspiracy theorists, sports announcers, political pundits, influencers, people who write management and self-help books, reality television stars, actors, talent judges, sports stars, duck hunters, hucksters,…

Theo Erasmus: What we gather

Theo Erasmus

Paris is one of my favorite cities.
I know it’s a cliche, one emphasized by the throngs of people in ill-fitting shorts and white trainers who slump through the city in summer, rubbernecking the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame.
But it’s not just the sights I love.
It’s the way of Paris. And a few things I think make the city great. Things I think make all cities great.
Strolling and sitting being foremost among them. Cincinnati is not Paris, but it has many similar spectacular things, and it’s of a size that this should be possible…