Tyson rules the roost
        Skinless, boneless chicken breast is the most popular item in the meat case. But does it mean all chicken breast tastes the same?

Healthy funny bones
        Gail Klayman uses funny glasses and a rude noisemaker to cheer up her young patients at Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Benefit is in the laughter, not the joke

Miller is reluctant co-anchor
        Since John Miller sat down at the ABC News anchor desk next to Peter Jennings on Sept. 11, viewers have been wondering: Where did this guy come from?

Get to it
        A guide to help you make your day.

California college changed wine quality forever
        Do you recall your first exposure to wine? Mine came nasally, when I was a graduate student at the University of California, Davis. One morning, I walked past the back of a nondescript building and WHAM, I was overwhelmed by aromas unlike anything I'd experienced.

La Brea Breads add to area choices
        Unlike just a few years ago, there are now plenty of baguette and artisan bread choices in the Tristate. But there's always room for another quality loaf or two.

Survey looks at how e-mail shrinks world
        When the sender of the first electronic mail message hit “send,” it shrank the world as we know it. The “global village” became a hot-wired “small world.”

Body & mind

Performer's personal 'rant' trumps his art
        It turns out an artist can be too close to his material.

Film brings Twain to life
        Just when we thought we knew everything about Mark Twain, along comes Ken Burns to open our eyes. What more could Mr. Burns, the award-winning filmmaker, tell us about the famous author and humorist? Plenty.
Memorable Twain quotes
Things Twain didn't say

Holiday audiences break records
        Cincinnati's theater, dance and concert stages kept the recession at bay during December as more than 165,000 people enjoyed holiday fare.

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.

Year in Tempo: Then and now
        A lot can change in a year. Here are some examples.
Gelfand: Classical music
McGurk: Best movies of 2001
Kiesewetter: Television
Nager: Pop music
Demaline: Theater
Martin: Taste

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