Friday, August 18, 2000

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A guide to help make your day

        TV picks: Clyde Gray and John Popovich host Bengals 2000: Rebirth on the River, a look at Paul Brown Stadium (8 p.m., Channel 9).

        • TV Critic John Kiesewetter says History's Lost & Found looks back at the letter Elvis Presley penned to President Richard Nixon in 1970, which prompted that famous White House meeting (8 p.m., History Channel).
       

Harried with children
        Kid stuff: Head to the 15th Annual All About Kids Expo today through Sunday The event will be noon-6 p.m. daily at the Albert B. Sabin Convention Center, downtown. Activities range from sports to computers to a petting zoo. Tickets: $6; $3 for children 3 and up. Free kids' tickets are available at McDonald's and Kroger locations. 684-0501, Ext. 18.
       

The Goods (What's in stores today)
       Say ouch:
Show support for your favorite baseball team with Major League Baseball Logo and Mascot Adhesive Bandages. Featured are logos from all 30 Major League teams and 15 of the 30 Major League team mascots. Sorry, no Mr. Red. Bandages, $2.49 a box, will be available in late August at drugstores, mass merchandisers or at www.famousfixins.com.
       

Planning Ahead

        24 hours out: Kids will enjoy the fun brand of magic presented by Colonel Artie Kidwell: The Funniest Man in Magic, 2 p.m. Saturday at the Independence Branch Library, 6477 Taylor Mill Road. 363-0200.
       48 hours out: Burlington Antique Show runs 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at Boone County Fairgrounds on Ky. 338 (5 miles west of Florence Mall). $3. 922-5265.
       A week away: B.B. King blues festival begins 6 p.m. next Friday at Riverbend featuring B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Susan Tedeschi and Tommy Castro. $22.50-$40. 562-4949.
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