The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 27, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 239
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STRADIVARIUS? NO, GRAY
Damon Gray takes blocks of wood and in two months shapes them into violins. He is one of two full-time instrument makers in Cincinnati. See how he does it.

TOO MUCH HOMEWORK?
An anti-homework backlash has some parents and scholars screaming enough, and some schools are taking note.
PARENTS, STUDENTS: FILL OUT OUR HOMEWORK SURVEY
Photo story: A teacher's first dayDoes homework work?

img REDS 3, MARLINS 2
Most starting pitchers would have taken the rest of the night off after a 2 1/2-hour rain delay in the second inning. Not Pete Harnisch.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

COLERAIN BEATS NO. 1 ELDER
Get all of the high school scores and highlights from Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky at Enquirer.com/prepfootball. Did you miss our season preview? That's here, too.
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img P&G FINDS THE INTERNET
P&G has invested about $25 million in Internet start-ups since December. But getting the company to move at Internet speed won't be easy.

RATE THE LEGISLATORS
We rate Northern Kentucky's House and Senate members. Now it's your turn.
Sports

Goodyear leads IRL lineup
Five Questions with: Eddie Cheever
Speedway close to Busch race
Penske driver wins ARCA race
Bengals must cut 11 today
Coslet wants better tackling
It's Helton chasing .400
West race could go either way
Angry Guys, McAlister leave BOB
Cincinnati high school results
N.Ky high school results

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Dueling plans target inner-city
Needle aids Parkinson's patients
Fun at Taste of Blue Ash
Prayer vigil in Justin case
Workers proud of road job
Church researches abolitionist roots
Volunteers make over school grounds
Baseball's effects on boys studied
Firm seeks Deerfield address
Islamic school to be built
Official runs for two jobs
Pig Parade: Topigary
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Handyman in high demand
Landscaper growing revenue
Organic foods are on the rise
Find coupons on the Internet
Net threatens needlepoint publishers
New mouse that 'feels' coming out
Packaging chips growing industry
Rebuild trust with angry customer
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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Clinton in Africa
United, pilots settle
Western fires
Olympic terrorism
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