Sunday, April 22, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 112
U N R E S T   I N   C I N C I N N A T I
Divided by Race
A special report on how racial differences can impede honest discussion between blacks and whites.
Market rebounds
Findlay Market was alive Saturday with a crowd twice the normal weekend size.
Program brings art to market
Strife takes toll on police

Clock's ticking for Delta
One week from today, Delta pilots could strike, essentially shutting down Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and causing havoc for travelers nationwide.
Questions and answers about a possible Delta strike

A rusher and ...
The Bengals drafted a pass rusher in the first round, then left fans shaking their heads in the second and third.


Ault Park adorned
The Cincinnati Flower Show returns next week.
Artists, designers join forces
2000 exhibit goes to England


LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Standard of sanity at issue
Metro bus crashes into a building
Student raises awareness of world slavery
Great cities: Governance
Cities test: comparing governance
Indian immigrants keeping traditions alive
New smoke detectors aid the deaf
Next two weeks are crucial for schools

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Mets 5, Reds 2
Reds battin' to the beat
Players, umps still finding the zone
Best and worst of week in sports
Big gate will bring boxing back
Heavyweight champ KO'd in ring shocker
ESPN's Lucas feature a Classic
Freshman QB shines in Miami scrimmage
Morriss pleased with UK's effort
Stewart to race at Kentucky Speedway
Auto racing coverage

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Economy quacks like a recession
Tiny bottler stays afloat
Day lilies evolve into lucrative day job
Successful strategies
Business Notes
What's the Buzz?
    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

In the studio with Charles Brown and Doreen LaRue
'Cincinnati Blues' documents early styles and local scene
Chasing the ultimate cheesecake
Diner's journal
Catching up
Dazzling divas with Joe Rigotti
Prize possessions

    • More tempo news...


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