Natalie Jones

Person of Interest with Jeff Thomas: Josh Sneed PART 1

  Josh Sneed is the smart funny guy from Cincinnati. Not only does he have a successful comedy career of 10+ years, millions of views on his youtube.com channel, 2 kids and a loving wife- he also started our local go to-Cincy Shirts. This week Natalie and Josh sit down and talk all things comedy – this is only part …

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Person on Interest with Jeff Thomas: Aryn Fox

  There are few people in this world who amaze, surprise, and inspire us all on a daily basis – Aryn Fox is one of them. With such ease she creates and loves the world around her whether in The Dent School House, her tattoo shop Body of Art, or painting bodies like she did on Skin Wars… she makes …

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Person of Interest: Ryan Berg of The Aruna Project

When Ryan Berg went to Mumbai on business years ago he had no idea it would change his life forever. After witnessing first hand what the red light districts were doing to the local people, he knew he had to do something to help those women affected. Why not give them jobs and a way out, through healthy and happy …

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Nat Jonesin’ Good Bye Dumpster- Hello FUN :)

You know what babes, I couldn’t find the words to write, been trying for 2 months, so I decided to talk it out, my favorite 🙂  Below is just a quick update of where we are in this-Figuring it out and holy crap, I didn’t know it would change me this much….SH*T ! I hope you enjoy and jump back …

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Person of Interest with Jeff Thomas: Elias Leisring of Eli’s BBQ

Hey, Foodies! Check out my conversation with Eli’s BBQ co-owner, ELIAS LEISRING! He’s also been involved in a number other Cincinnati ventures, including Fireside Pizza in Walnut Hills, Queen City Whip, Saundra’s Kitchen, Hi-Mark, and Herzog Music & Records! Learn about the man behind the brands, on this week’s PERSON OF INTEREST! Listen HERE——>

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Person of Interest with Jeff Thomas: Lisa Rocklin is Women Writing for (a) Change

  How often do you truly feel heard? In this world of over scheduled commitments and product-driven expectations, taking time to be reflective and intentional in our everyday lives can feel impossible. Former English teacher Lisa Rocklin found her creative outlet as a writing circle participant at Women Writing for (a) Change. What initially began as a self-care practice slowly …

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