A movable, musical feast
The nation's fifth-oldest orchestra, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, embarks today on its first tour with music director Paavo Jarvi to five U.S. cities. First stop is New York, where both the CSO and the Cincinnati Pops, under maestro Erich Kunzel, will play Carnegie Hall.

Keeping up with war means using many sources
When bombs light up the night sky over Baghdad, American TV viewers have found themselves watching Al-Jazeera, once denounced as "Osama Television" by the Bush administration.

Lion's share of seats available
Still don't have your tickets to The Lion King? Hakuna Matata!

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

'Oppenheimer' is superb drama
There's an important new American dramatic voice to be heard in The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer, this year's Rosenthal New Play Prize winner at Playhouse in the Park.
Miami glee club shares stage with a cappella Cantus
It all started in 1995 when a few friends from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn., got together and began singing on weekends for fun.

DEMALINE: The arts
The Cincinnati Fringe Festival will debut in May 2004, with Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival planning to bring three weeks of beyond-the-mainstream works to three downtown sites, including the stage at the new Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art.
Weekly walks give city the business
So Nick, you're getting a reputation as one of downtown's busiest activists because of your After5 Walks. What are they?
She's wrapped up in coat collection
Tara Singh, 22, of Hyde Park, is a self-described "temporary waitress/aspiring lawyer" who loves coats.
Military analyst called to TV duty
Once bombs started falling on Iraq, retired Air Force Col. Dean Smittle's profile began rising on local radio and television stations.
You have to have chops to be a white guy playing the blues.
KENDRICK: Alive and Well
Last fall, I dropped my cell phone into the toilet. Now, this would be a less than happy incident for any cell phone user, but it was a major interruption for me.
MARTIN: Food stuff
Back in January, I outlined my ideas on what concession foods the new Great American Ball Park should sell to distinguish it from other parks, to prove Cincinnati is not just another bland Midwestern town.
Wine festival dinners go for gourmands
Where to live it up on Thursday, the night of the Cincinnati International Wine Festival.
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2003 Camp Guide
Find the summer experience that's perfect for your child with our annual guide to hundreds of camps in the Tristate area.

Music lovers toast Cammy winners
A sold-out crowd of more than 1,110 local music lovers packed Jillian's for the seventh annual Enquirer Pop Music Awards (the Cammys). See who won.

Women of the Year
The Enquirer honors 10 Tristaters for their service to their community. The newspaper has recognized women of distinction annually since 1968.

On the Same Page
Join this year's community reading project.

Fit City: Get up off the couch
Tristaters are overweight and out of shape, a survey shows. To change Fat City to Fit City, the Enquirer is beginning a year-long project to get you going on your own fitness program.

Technology news
Our weekly guide to computers, the Web and the latest gadgets.

Early look at Tall Stacks 2003
Two newcomers will join the world's largest gathering of historic riverboats, when Cincinnati's Tall Stacks Music, Arts & Heritage Festival recreates the steamboat era in October.