Friday, August 8, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 220
Will Rose manage Reds again?
Pete Rose is Carl Lindner's first choice to manage the Reds, according to a report. Do you want Rose back as manager? Vote in our poll.
Dodgers 4, Reds 3
Season over for Kearns?

New look for
Tall Stacks fest

October's Tall Stacks festivities are spurring Cincinnati to refurbish riverfront parks and assemble one of the largest playgrounds in the city.

WLWT to dump Springer in '04
The station that launched Jerry Springer's TV career will drop his trash-talk show, saying it "is not in line with the image that this television station wants to put forth in the community."

On the road in Clifton
No passport is needed to fill an exotic shopping list in Cincinnati. Just visit Clifton and find where Clifton Avenue intersects Ludlow, where East meets West.

Local malls won't ban teens
While the Dayton Mall will require under-16s to be accompanied by a parent on Friday and Saturday nights, malls here aren't sure they need such stringent rules.

Alone at last,
Rackers is ready

Bengals kicker Neil Rackers thinks he'll get more field goal chances this season under coach Marvin Lewis.

Hip-hop nation converges
Scribble Jam, the rap competition that launched Eminem to stardom, returns to Annie's nightclub today and Saturday.
Weekend entertainment guide

Inland Seafood Festival guide
This weekend's festival will serve everything from alligator chili to seafood Coneys to whole Maine lobsters.
Inland Seafood Festival guide

Complete local news report

Developer balks at lead deal
Golden Buckeye cards on hold
Ohio's schools not so dangerous
Tristate prepares for worst
Pair of penguins hatch a prince

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Pennant race pits Boone brothers
Clarett peeks in on Bucks' practice
Jags' camp not taking any chances
Tennis Seniors are back in town
Friday sports on TV, radio

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Kobe Bryant: Focus on real issue
Minor misdemeanors: No-search zones
Revival behind bars
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

HP chief welcomes P&G crew
Anticipate incidental college costs
Productivity and hopes rise
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Concert review: Harry Connick
Lights, camera, fashion
WIZ hopes bus brings fans onboard
On the fridge
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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