Monday, January 14, 2002

Put on your palindrome cap




        Anna, Bob, Hannah, Eve, Otto, Mom, Dad and the rest of you dear readers: welcome to the year of the palindrome. A palindrome is a word, verse, sentence or number that reads the same backward or forward. For example, 2002.

        So it is time to put on your thinking caps. Here's a challenge:

        Can you find or invent palindromes that have something to do with the Tristate — names or places Cincinnatians would recognize or phrases with local flavor?

        If you can, send us your ideas to mfuqua@enquirer.com. Include your name and a daytime phone number.

       



Clooney has successful surgery for lung cancer
Crunchy foods pose choke risk, Heimlich says
Milwaukee is lord of Tolkien papers
This region's significant collections
Get to it
KNIPPENBERG: Riddle answers abound
KIESEWETTER: First 'Monday' should be the last
UC exec coordinated down to writing pen
It's moisturizer time
Wrestling match with morality
Tristate best sellers list
What Tristaters are reading
McKnight can't rouse audience
- Put on your palindrome cap