Enquirer staff report Published 10:40 AM EDT Sep 28, 2018 The Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame will add five new inductees on Thursday. This year's honorees include Larry Sheakley, Donna Salyers, the late Jack T. Maas Sr., Laurence Leser and Edward 'Hap' Castleberry. Junior Achievement is hosting the induction event at Xavier University's Cintas Center. The hall of fame, based at the Cincinnati Museum Center, recognizes leaders for their business acumen and community involvement. Here's a look at each of the honorees, listed in reverse alphabetical order, who will join those who have been inducted into the hall over the last 27 years: Larry Sheakley Larry Sheakley is considered to be ”entrepreneur's entrepreneur” by some who point to his role in starting or acquiring more than 54 businesses spanning a 48-year career. Born in Cincinnati, Sheakley frequently moved as a child due to his father, Raymond, working as a salesman. He returned to the … [Read more...] about Cincinnati Biz Hall of Fame adds Fabulous Furs founder, 4 others
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1 of 12 View 12 Items Ravell Call, Deseret News Sisters Kristiina Kai Koiv, left, Jo-Ya Hsu, Minerva Narcizo Quichiz and Chang Chiang walk a stairway at the Hyde Park Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in London on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Related Links President Nelson departs on global ministry tour today 'Historic conference': A solemn assembly, two new apostles and restructured priesthood quorums LDS Church announces stops for President Nelson's tour Editor's note: Deseret News and Church News writers are chronicling the ministry of LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson as he and other church officials travel to Europe, Africa and Asia during the next two weeks. Tad Walch reports today from London. LONDON — British Mormons here found the faith's recent international general conference riveting, as new LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson presided for the first time and made announcement after … [Read more...] about After ‘electric’ general conference, U.K. Mormons eager to see, hear President Nelson in London
Driving the Day IN CASE YOU MISSED IT -- THE PRESIDENT’S RESPONSE TO LONDON ATTACKS -- @realDonaldTrump at 7:17 p.m.: “We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!” … at 7:24 p.m.: “Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U. K., we will be there - WE ARE WITH YOU. GOD BLESS!” … … at 7:19 a.m.: “We must stop being politically correct and get down to the business of security for our people. If we don’t get smart it will only get worse” … at 7:31 a.m.: “At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is ‘no reason to be alarmed!’” … at 7:43 a.m.: “Do you notice we are not having a gun debate right now? That’s because they used knives and a truck!”Story Continued Below LONDON MAYOR SADIQ KHAN responds, through a spokesman … [Read more...] about THE LATEST on London — President Trump says ‘we must stop being politically correct’ — SUNDAY BEST — OBAMAS dine at Mirabelle, TED CRUZ hangs out at PRINCETON reunion — B’DAY: Mike Murphy
Ai Weiwei is China's most famous political dissident; a provocateur and a troublemaker whose clashes with the Chinese government have gotten him harassed by police, thrown in jail and driven out of the country. He's also one of the most successful contemporary artists in the world; a designer, sculptor, photographer and blogger who's earned legions of followers by using his art as a weapon to ridicule the authorities. And we should warn you: some of his work can be offensive. But when you meet Ai Weiwei, he's soft-spoken, self-deprecating and shy; the last person you'd expect to be an enemy of the state. Holly Williams: They thought your intention was to subvert state power. Ai Weiwei: Which is true. Holly Williams: Which is true. You want to bring down the Chinese government? Ai Weiwei: Not bring down. I don't think I have the power to bring it down. Holly Williams: But you want it to change? Ai Weiwei: Yes. Of course. Those are dangerous words in China where even after decades … [Read more...] about How Chinese artist Ai Weiwei became an enemy of the state
Kate Winslet has won kudos for her performances but until now she's never won an Academy Award. She's now nominated for the sixth time for "The Reader," and next Sunday night she may finally have her chance to bring home an Oscar. Anthony Mason talks with the actress:"It really is a remarkable thing to be nominated for an Oscar," actress Kate Winslet said. "It's unbelievable. I mean, these are childhood dreams."Winslet is no stranger to the red carpet. At age 33, she is the youngest actor ever to have earned six Academy Award nominations, but she is still looking for her first Oscar."I know what it's like to lose - kinda sucks, ya know?" she laughed. "I've got a good 'losing face' now. You kind of sit there and you hear your name not being read out, and you just smile and clap."But this year the British-born Winslet is being tipped by many to be the favorite for Best Actress, after she recently scored a clean sweep at the Golden Globes for her performances in "The Reader" and … [Read more...] about Will Kate Winslet Need Her “Losing Face”?