'Survivor' still thrives here
        Even though ratings have begun to slip, dedicated fans of television's Survivor series in greater Cincinnatians have signed on as the show's premier cheerleaders.

Blackwell makes case for Borgman
        Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell wonders: “Am I the only one Jim (Borgman) ever sicced his lawyers on?”

Dancing with . . . astrophysics?
        Ordinarily a play that's mostly tap dancing and singing means that light-hearted genre called musical theater. But Nova Town is no ordinary musical.

Get to it
        A guide to help you make your day.

Celebrity waiters earn quips
        No doubt about it, the place to be Tuesday was Covington's Waterfront, where Rickelle Ruby and Barb Shapero threw the 15th annual Celebrity Waiters luncheon for a sold-out crowd of 357.

'Blast' will march into your heart
        Blast is mindless, tuneful and loud, and its apple-cheeked cast is so darned American — a fine combination for these anxiety-ridden times. No wonder the Broadway in Cincinnati audience on Tuesday, opening night, loved them.

Estonian composer has eclectic influences
        To understand the music of Erkki-Sven Tuur, born on a remote island in the Baltic Sea, you have to go back to '70s rock music.

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Putin grants NPR exclusive interview
        It's a historic day for talk radio. Russian President Vladimir Putin ducks the Washington press corps by granting his only U.S. interview to the National Public Radio audience at 7:30 p.m. today.

Read about race
We invite Tristaters to read a book that touches on issues of race so we might close the racial divide.

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