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“The Gardner Neuroscience Institute — the first new building in roughly 30 years on UC Health’s Clifton campus — is ready to begin accepting patients.
UC Health celebrated the grand opening of its newest space Thursday. The 114,000-square-foot facility at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Eden Avenue will be the new home for 125 physicians who specialize in neuroscience.
The UC Foundation began its fundraising campaign for the $68 million institute in 2015. The foundation raised more than $50 million for the project, including $14 million from the James J. and Joan A. Gardner Family Foundation.
The Gardner family also contributed a collection of 52 pieces of Rookwood pottery from James J. Gardner’s private collection, which is on display in the building’s lobby. The collection was previously on display in 2007 at the Cincinnati Art Museum.”
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Period perfect kitchen remodel
Professional chef creates her dream kitchen. The backsplash features Morning Frost subway tile with a Tree of Life inset, all of which helps to establish the classic look that the homeowner wanted. The subway tile and inset are all from the world-renowned Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati.
Rookwood Pottery Opening Store At Kenwood Towne Centre
"(Sycamore Township) - Rookwood Pottery Company, celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2020, is opening a new store at the Kenwood Towne Centre in July. The grand opening celebration will take place July 13-14. Rookwood’s open-air store joins Kenwood’s southwestern wing, with neighbors Anthropologie and Tiffany & Co. near the interior entrance to Nordstrom."
Rookwood Pottery to open new store in Kenwood Towne Centre
A Cincinnati favorite is opening a new store in Kenwood Towne Centre. Rookwood will open a new location in July inside the shopping mall's southwest wing near Nordstrom.
Cincinnati Gets Yet Another Shout-Out From 'Forbes' Magazine
It seems as though Cincinnati's history, charm and rapid growth are catching people's attention across the nation lately. And, after a recent blog on June 3 which highlighted many of Cincinnati's museums and other iconic destinations, Forbes magazine just gave the Queen City another shout-out.