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Sunday, June 11, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 163
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GAY RIGHTS MAKING QUIET GAINS
Today, as the city sees its first gay-pride parade in five years, support for gay rights is building.
Northside becoming center of gay life

'START YOUR ENGINES'
With no major speedway within 100 miles, Jerry Carroll saw an opportunity. His 66,000-seat speedway opens for racing next weekend.
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img INDIANS 6, REDS 5
“We're not doing anything right, right now,” manager Jack McKeon said after their fifth straight loss Saturday afternoon.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

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PIGS ON PARADE AT 'PIGNIC'
An estimated 20,000 to 25,000 people wiggled their way through Kahn's World's Largest PigNic Saturday at Fountain Square.
Purloined porker found, a little worse for wear
Pig Parade: A Pig for All Seasons - Spring
More coverage at Cincinnati.com/bigpiggig
Sports

Devils win Stanley Cup
NBA Finals: Game 3 tonight
French Open final
Bengals hire ex-player to polish image
Reds look for Villone of May
Ochoa's recovery speedy
Bonds not planning on HR title
Boxing matches to die for
East wins football classic
OHSAA accepts charter school
Lukas horse wins Belmont

- Today's Sports Page

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bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.
Bank heists soar from '99
Traffic deaths stun Delhi school
Ideal blue seats: their own
Ranking comedies is funny business
Players, city tangle over pickup games
Pig Parade: A Pig for All Seasons - Spring
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Did Jager not get fair chance?
P&G Questions and Answers
Jacor founder ready to start over
Couple train detection dogs
Small-business diary
Tristate's Priciest Homes
Philip Morris bypasses tradition
Gatorade's foe: Tap water
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- Today's Business Page

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