Director wants to take zoo to the top
        His business background and no-nonsense approach are there, all right, tucked away behind his scrubbed, friendly face.

Back to the Stone Age
        Everyone is nervous. The people gathered on the limestone ledge. The tall man with the piercing blue eyes who has ridden into view on a stallion. The blond woman riding the mare. The skittish wolf traveling with the couple.
Best sellers
Two new book clubs off to strong starts

Pair of parties celebrate the city
        Whew, two stabs and two successes. Can't beat that track record.
Urban League rolls out red carpet

Here's your chance to tell Mom the truth
        Between now and Mother's Day, we're going to be inundated with gift ideas. Tempo is offering readers a priceless opportunity: To tell the truth.

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

Two-tone empire expands at Rookwood Commons
        It's all in black and white at the newest store opening tomorrow in Norwood's Rookwood Commons — White House/Black Market. The specialty retailer features clothes and accessories exclusively in black and white, from sportswear to jewelry and gifts.

Vintage stores hold wardrobe treasures
        Carmaleta Berry of Erlanger worked only about a month at Donna Salyers' Fabulous-Furs in Covington before she caved in to the temptation of buying her own faux-fur coat.

'Anton' peeks behind the stage
        “The American theater is in a boatload of trouble.” This opening line (actually a more profane phrase) from Jane Martin's comedy Anton in Show Business sums up our nation's theater scene as the pseudonymous playwright sees it. The winner of the 2001 American Theatre Critics New Play Award also serves up a boatload of laughs at the Human Race Theatre in Dayton.

Local channels deep into digital
        Change is in the air, though few have noticed.
CBS close to Dan Rather contract extension
        NEW YORK — With the television world preoccupied with the future of his two rivals, Dan Rather is quietly close to extending his contract at CBS.

Grammy chief resigns suddenly
        LOS ANGELES — Like an orchestra performing without a conductor, the Grammy organization will be playing it by ear over the next year following the sudden resignation of its aggressive longtime president C. Michael Greene.

Indy symphony names conductor
        After a three-year search and a parade of dozens of guest conductors from five continents, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has named a music director.

Woman helps law enforcement eat cake - for 23 years
        LANCASTER, Calif. — Twenty-three years ago, a California Highway Patrol officer stopped to help Winnie Gentry, who was stranded in the fog.
Summer camp guide
The Enquirer's annual guide to summer camps for kids is a where-to list for sports, arts, academics, nature and more. And it's only available online.

Cammys show honors city, musical heritage
        The best musicians in Cincinnati played for each other, honored each other, complimented each other and exchanged hugs at the sixth annual Cammy Awards Sunday at Jillian's.
List of Cammy winners

Women of the Year
        We celebrate the work of 10 women who have made Greater Cincinnati a better place.

O N   T H E   S A M E   P A G E
Cincinnati's assignment: Ernest J. Gaines
        Ernest J. Gaines, author of A Lesson Before Dying thinks we, that is, blacks and whites, have more in common than we have differences.
More about the author and his writing

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