The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 6, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 218
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img THE WAY OF THE FUTURE
Analysts say the new Fort Washington Way will do more than ease traffic — it's the key that will help Cincinnati reclaim its legacy as one of America's great riverfront cities.
MapOpening datesEasier to drive

TUTU GETS FREEDOM AWARD
Archibishop Desmond Tutu, honored here Saturday night, said he had to overcome a “slave mentality” in himself before he could lead opposition to apartheid.
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img MARLINS 10, REDS 5
Bad baserunning, poor relief pitching and missed RBI opportunities turned a 4-3 ninth-inning lead into maybe the most frustrating loss of the season.
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REVIVING FAMILY TV
P&G exec Bob Wehling, father of six girls, has two new ones, the Gilmore Girls. The WB comedy is the result of his efforts to revive family-friendly shows.
Wehling a patron saint for children's causes
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imgFamily thanks rescuer
A little girl finally got to meet the firefighters who saved her.

'Other' Andre Agassi
Charity and compassion is as much a part of his life as tennis.

TAKE ME TO THE FAIR
Check out our FREETIME section for all the details on the Hamilton County Fair, as well as Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana state fairs.
Sports

Larkin may miss 5 games
Dessens just needed opportunity
Coslet blames Pelfrey for block
Supporting QBs adjust to roles
Defense strong after slow start
Training camp visitors guide
Rafter visits but won't play
Seniors Tennis Championship
Tennis Masters Qualifier
Labonte adds Brickyard to remarkable season
11th good as 1st for Waltrip
Metro Softball Tournament

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Biotech in Ohio seeking funding
Romar Villa residents forced from homes
Several charter schools will wait
Concert review: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Winner docked to help child
Pig Parade: Swinescraper
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- Today's Local Page

Business
Consumers: Give us choices
Laser tag arena big, busy
Need a car only occasionally? Share one
Small Business Diary
Trademark problems grow with 'Net
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