EDITORIALS FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2003
ENQUIRER COLUMNIST - DAVID WELLS
What we're fighting for
When did it become un-American to dissent? What is it about freedom of speech and the right to peacefully demonstrate that so many people find so offensive?

WEEKEND MEMOS
Music and film: Knowing the score
Every time I despair that classical music has gone the way of the dodo, something proves my fears premature. This year, it is a crop of Oscar-winning movies that rely on music to make their most telling points.

War's consequences: Rest of story
My once-pudgy uncle returned to his rural, wooded, childhood home from Vietnam lean and aged from the horrors of war.

Iraq: Lowered expectations
Don't expect gratitude for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

OTHER OPINIONS
Music Hall Moments
We asked for your favorite memory of Music Hall to help us celebrate its 125th anniversary, coming this May. Here's what you sent us.
Citizens remember funny, astounding times
Awe-inspiring moments at Hall
Music Hall: A beloved landmark
Send us your Music Hall memories


Readers' Views
Letters to the editor.

SUNDAY FORUM
GUEST COLUMNIST - WILLIAM A. HAZLETON
Winning the peace: Acts of completion
Be it the Middle East, Balkans, Kashmir, or Cyprus, former-President Clinton and British Prime Minister Blair have cited the Good Friday Agreement as a model for resolving conflict.

GUEST COLUMNIST - GERRY KELLY
Winning the peace: An 'imbedded conflict'
This week most Irish political leaders are in the United States to mark St. Patrick's Day. Unfortunately it is not all about celebrating Ireland's national day. Serious political work also needs to be done.
Key dates in the peace process

SPECIAL FEATURES
Education Debate: Higher ed
Colleges and universities ought to be accountable for the quality of the educations they provide as well as for the prices they charge.
Special Ed: Refund or reform?
Head Start: Reading or socialization?

SOUND OFF
How to contact your congressman
E-mail and Web page links, phone numbers and addresses for Tristate representatives.