The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, May 21, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 142
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img BATTLE CHANGED ART WORLD
Art vs. obscenity made great live drama in Cincinnati 10 years ago, when the Contemporary Arts Center was indicted for pandering obscenity for the Mapplethorpe photography exhibit.
TV movie brings back chilling memories
'Dirty Pictures' uses plenty of artistic license

REDS BEAT CUBS 5-3
Ron Villone blanked the Cubs for six innings to give the first-place Reds the momentum they needed to come back from Friday's defeat.
• Complete coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds
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img WOULD YOU DO A NUDE SCENE?
"Yes!" said hundreds of Tristaters who applied for parts in the first major movie production to hit Cincinnati in seven years.
Do's and don'ts for extras

GOOD COP OR BAD COP?
There's the Daniel Carder that Timothy Blair remembers. Then there's the Daniel Carder that Dennis Johnson remembers.

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STRAIT FROM THE HEART
Country music superstar George Strait brings bus loads of talent to Cinergy Field for an all-day show and theme park Sunday. Also, check out our Maifest preview in FREETIME.
Sports

Bengals, Dillon in critical stage
Speedway walkway collapses
Red Bullet wins Preakness
IRL driver grabs Indy pole
Griffins beat Cyclones 4-1
Seniors lift Elder to baseball title
Loveland wins Division II baseball
District softball: Northwest wins
District track: Wynn has sights set

- Today's Sports Page

Local
bookCity in pictures Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.
CPS teachers weigh pay plan
Q&A with Jim Lehrer
Tax plans may not help all
Bush, Gore and campaign reform
Chamber orchestra's new conductor
Pig Parade: Eden Pork
Four vie for Covington mayor
Children, adults bond at Black Family Day
Indicted councilman elusive
Lebanon's other growth: controversy
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Partners build thrifts into powerhouses
Casino needs to fill 1,500 slots
Go online for taste and whiff
The doctor is online
E-service links doctors to hospitals, insurers
New Web site is buyer's pal on warranties
Class project becomes business, product line
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Lazio vs. Hillary
Nuclear Arsenals
Shuttle Docks
Cell Transplant Fuels Diabetes Hope
Computer Virus Contained
Election 2000
GOP Dems
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Ohio lags in business on Internet
Bronson - Editorial
Home sweet cool home
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Dems circle the wagons
Daugherty - Everyday
Pardon me for saying almost anything
Daugherty - Sports
Wrong priorities at UC
Demaline - Theater
Bard's play first for area
Gelfand - Music
Carnegie earns students London trip
Groeschen - Auto racing
IRL could become a regular at Kentucky
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
School teaches wrestling
Pulfer - Metro
Parkinson's new race for Strauss
Samples - Kentucky
Boost for schools: Families who care
Wilkinson - Politics
Giuliani put sense before politics
Bottorff - Video Games
Campbell - Dining out
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Higgins - Personal Finance
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Kiesewetter - TV/Radio
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