Thursday, July 17, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 198
Lollapalooza bands
still a hit with fans

Lollapalooza came back to life Wednesday, as the tour that changed the face of modern rock concerts returned in all its body-painting, belly-dancing glory.
Concert review

Saks' returns to roots
Saks Fifth Avenue has begun taking the wraps off the multimillion-dollar makeover of its downtown store, revealing glimpses of the golden age of retailing.

Descendants enjoy legacy
Moments of fame amid a life of anonymity are an appropriate fate for the descendants of - and family spokesmen for - the Wright brothers. The two Daytonians died without reaping the riches one might expect.

Step by step
Tristaters' must-have accessories this summer are a pedometer and a sturdy pair of walking shoes, as they hoof it to improve health.

West Nile found in Butler
Mosquitoes trapped in two Butler County communities have tested positive for the West Nile virus.

Reds' home draws praise
The Reds have a homecoming today, playing 14 of their next 17 games at Great American Ball Park. It's a home Cincinnatians are increasingly cozying up to.

Junior looks to return
Which Ken Griffey Jr. will we see in the second half of the baseball season? Does he think he can be the player of four years ago?

Complete local news report

Finishing Convergys deal could take weeks
County inaugurates new radio system
City Art Museum helps to exhibit ancient city
Decision to dismiss lawsuit upheld
Picture of the day: Don't pop!

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Complete sports report

Baseball gets back to pennant races
Strong showing for U.S. players
McCarthy: 4 hours on court, 3 victories
Ex-No.1 searching to regain his form
Sports Thursday on TV, radio

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Complete editorials report

Senate giving nominees the 'slip'
Lunken Airport compromise possible
Metro looking to the future
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Queen City dodges a job loss
P&G says juice drinks may be shed
Provident cuts bad loans, risk
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Visiting dress designer says brides need open mind
'Seabiscuit' preview benefits charities
Dayton's Janney deals with fame just fine
The Early Word
Get to it

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