The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, August 19, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 231
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NEW STADIUM, NEW START
QB Akili Smith didn't mince words about tonight's opening of Paul Brown Stadium: "This is probably one of the biggest games in Bengals history."
Tell us what you think of the stadium

'PRETTY SWEET DEAL'
The Bengals have one of the most generous stadium leases in the NFL, an Enquirer analysis shows.
Complete Bengals coverage at Cincinnati.com/bengals

img PIRATES 6, REDS 3
It's time to play taps on the 2000 season. The Reds lost their fourth straight Friday night by going 1-for-7 with runners in scoring position and fell 7 1/2 games out.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

GOING DOWNTOWN? BEWARE TRAFFIC
Second Street opened Friday evening just in time for an expected crush of downtown visitors today thanks to Reds and Bengals games, the Black Family Reunion and the Kids Expo.
Tips for beating the traffic

img GENERATIONS CROSS PATHS
Riverbend is in the middle of one of its biggest weeks, with sellouts by Jimmy Buffett and Pearl Jam and the headlining debut of Christina Aguilera.
Review of Buffett's Thursday concert

BLACK FAMILY REUNION
More than 200,000 people are expected to attend this weekend. Here's a list of events.
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Sports

White in good spot for Olympics
Xavier to open arena with Miami
Computer game: 'Stadium Fiasco'
Bengal's life inspires TV movie
Land's future in doubt after surgery
UC out of Parker derby
Reds may not sign top 3 picks
Larkin's next hit No. 2000
N.Ky. football report

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Chesley sues over tire recall
Students define seasons in Oxford
Tot's killer gets parole hearing
Voters not swayed by festivities
Guilty pleas in factory shootings
Barrels will exit early
Return of boys to school in limbo
Cops put race skills on display
Elsmere man guilty of burning mobile home
Humana to help search for HMO
Parents accused in baby's death
Enquirer seeking new Taste Team
Pig Parade: Pig-a-Lily
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Mortgage rates continue to drop
Ohio lands Kohl's center
Ruby adding a restaurant
Cordage Co. gets restraining order
Light will shine from old church
Drinks companies ally to bid on Seagram
Savvy strategies
The Sophisticated Investor
Tristate Business Summary
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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