Friday, May 05, 2000

What's happening this weekend




        • Flower Show: Exhibits and markets of the Cincinnati Flower Show will be open 9 a.m.- 8 p.m. today at Ault Park. Ends Sunday. $11 admission. For more information, 872-5194.

        • Elephants: The new Schott-Unnewehr Vanishing Giants exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo opens today. The $6 million renovation of the 1906 elephant house and yard is the second largest project in zoo histor The new home measures 4.3-acres. 281-4700.

        • Reds: Cincinnati returns home to face the division-leading St. Louis Cardinals featuring homerun hitman Mark McGwire. Today's game starts 7:05 p.m. Both Saturday and Sunday games at 1:15 p.m. Cinergy Field. Tickets $5-$21. 421-7337.

        • Fountain: Beginning Saturday at 4 p.m. 'til 10 p.m. Cincinnati celebrates the restoration of the Tyler-Davidson Fountain. At 8:30 p.m. unveiling happens. Ends Sunday. Fountain Square. 352-4044.

        • Weather: Tonight promises to be clear with lows in the 60s. Saturday will be partly cloudy with expected highs in the 80s. Saturday night will be clear for the fireworks at Fountain Square. On Sunday, partly cloudy with highs in the mid 80s.

       



Big events could crowd city streets
- What's happening this weekend
RADEL: Join party for city, landmark
Elephants' world opens wide
'Love bug' disrupts Tristate computers
A monument to steamboats
Doctor group cuts offices and jobs
'Son of Beast' likely to reopen Saturday
Stadium manager bidding approved
Clinton pushes school proposals
Flynts break ground on Mornoe store
Inquiry widening in Butler Co. probe
Luxury suites at unbuilt Reds park set sales record
Maifest plan aims to curb rowdy crowds
MRDD member could be ousted
Teachers fight back at layoffs
CSO gives Mahler radiant moments
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KIESEWETTER: Cable access salutes best work
Parents can make excellent neighbors
Queen City's moments to shine reflected in book
Students 'Pigture Success'
Baseball 1860-style coming to Delhi Twp.
Dental board faces questions
Faith, football and family values
Four would-be mayors differ on city priorities
Kent State bell tolls
Kentucky, horses linked since Daniel Boone's day
Property sale allows ministry to start museum
Protest planned on anthrax vaccine
Public housing tenants agree to move
Report: Traffic stop was valid
Ross High plans to expand
Senior arrested in possible threat
Teacher denies theft
Three students in trouble for threats to schools
Underground limestone mine moving closer for Boone County