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Sunday, May 7, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 128
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THREE CHEERS FOR FOUNTAIN
The Genius of Water was unveiled Saturday at a rededication celebration that mingled citizen protest and spurts of rain with fun and enthusiasm for the refurbishing of Cincinnati's landmark. Festivities continue today from noon to 6 p.m.
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PEGASUS MAKES IT LOOK EASY
This is what greatness looks like: a runaway horse, pulling away with each stride down the stretch, the jockey's whip more an ornament than an implement.
Geishas, celebs at Churchill Downs
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ROOKIE ENCOURAGES REDS
Saturday had all the makings of a dreadful day for the Reds. Pete Harnisch went on the disabled list, and their bats were quiet in a 3-1 loss. But at least Rob Bell pitched.
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VISION DRAWS INVESTORS, INVESTIGATORS
An ex-minister has been selling his dream of transforming Cincinnati into “the great city.” In the last four years, he's convinced more than 800 people to invest about $2.3 million. Now, more than two-thirds of the money is gone, and the dream appears no closer to reality.
Sports
Harnisch out 3-to-4 weeks
Cards got pitching; Reds seek it
Cyclones move on in playoffs
Tragedy turns to roses
Trainer second-guesses jockey
Deputies have dog days
Cintas Center may lure high school tournaments
Five Questions with Jerry Carroll
PB Stadium will lure Lapham back
U.S. marathoners have catching up to do

- Today's Sports Page

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flowershowFloral Fantasia
Today is the last day for the Cincinnati Flower Show.
Pornography battle shifts
Abortion ruling may affect Ky.
Underground Railroad site gets grant
'Cinderella' introduces new audience to ballet
Clergy, rescuers honor tradition
Pig Parade: 'Porcine Porc-elain
Patrol pedals emergency aid
Preservationists fight tough battles
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Fed steering economy from rear, experts say
Firm adds spice to local flavor scene
Getting a leg up on the competition
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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