EDITORIALS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 2003
Thumbs down: Court blunder
A Franklin County Common Pleas court's stay on revoking the liquor license of a long-time Cincinnati trouble spot disregarded near-unanimous recommendations from the neighborhood, the police and the Ohio Liquor Control Board.

Thumbs up: Bravo, Paavo
Cincinnati's musical love affair with conductor Paavo Jarvi should last until at least the end of the decade, thanks to a four-year contract extension Jarvi signed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra this week.

Ky. Gov. Patton: Ethics charges
The Kentucky ethics commission Tuesday added another round of charges against Gov. Paul E. Patton for abusing his office to benefit his lover.
OTHER OPINIONS
Bengals official objects to stadium story
This is a time when Cincinnati should be celebrating its accomplishments. Instead, the Enquirer served the cause of dividing this community with its March 18 report comparing Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ball Park.

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
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
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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?

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