Sunday, May 27, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 147
Tasters ignore protest, boycott
  Thousands turned out for the opening of Taste of Cincinnati undeterred by protesters and calls for a boycott.
Brown unfazed by hecklers
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Tristate's 'Private Ryan' Americans today will hear the story of a Tristate teen who managed to survive a Korean War massacre.
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img Reds 7, Cardinals 2
Thank goodness for Elmer Dessens. He broke the Reds' six-game home losing streak with seven strong innings and nine strikeouts.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Coney Island segregation ended 40 years ago
Ice-cream truck operators under scrutiny
Ohio budget makers anxious
Teacher facing sex charge resigns
City repair discussed
Experts: Seek immediate care for stroke
Rules cool fans' tempers
Police crack down on seat belt scofflaws

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Is it Reese's time at shortstop?
Indy 500 coverage
Auto Racing Insider
Best and worst of week in sports
Wilcots gets big-time shot for CBS
Locals win two state tennis titles
CCD boys win state lacrosse
Hamilton heads to state baseball semis
Hamilton wins regional softball
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway guide

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Tristaters look forward to tax rebates
Figure your savings
Tax cut at a glance
Families benefit most
Tourism dropoff hits hotels hardest
State tax break spurred N.Ky. attractions
Tourism solid elsewhere in region
P&G seeking ways to minimize layoffs
Online investors learned hard lesson
Family sells dolphin items on Web
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Weekend entertainment guide
Cincinnati actresses in New York
CCM season full of fledgling stars
Chihuly sparkles at Cincinnati Art Museum
Adena brings history to life
Asthma educator now speaks from experience
Ostriches omnipresent for Newport teacher
Painter likes to fool the eye
Social Scene
Chef retires to his garden
Imported beer returns as German Day favorite
Now is prime time for Alaskan salmon
A guide to help make your day

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