Roots music climbs its own mountain
        O Brother is an orphan. It's the multi-platinum blockbuster nobody will claim. The soundtrack to the Coen Brothers' 2000 film, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, has sold more than 6 million copies and has won numerous industry awards, including the Grammys' top honor, album of the year.

Sandals, purses accent student's casual look
        Courtney Greer Meyer, 21, wears a size 0 and barely breaks 100 pounds on the scale, but she's a style titan. Her Mom, Gayle Durdin, who nominated her, takes the blame.
Style extra: Bridal shops hold showings

Mason writer's second novel
is a cross-country love quest

        Joyce is a Vermonter who drinks too much. She's lost her job, her husband and her teenage son, who has run off with his bizarre, beautiful girlfriend.
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Special Section: Rosemary Remembered
        Enquirer coverage of the life and death of the area's beloved singing star.
Albini gives heckler a good Shellac-ing
        Steve Albini is a post-punk icon for two reasons. His 1980s band Big Black took a drum machine and screeching guitars and concocted a whole new sound yet to be matched. And his body of work as an indie-rock record producer towers above that of his competitors.

'Emerson's Bar' seems bit too ladylike
        It would be wonderful if the only thing that mattered about Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, in repertory at the University of Cincinnati's Hot Summer Nights,is how well Jasmin Walker sings the songs of Billie Holiday.

Etheridge's energy pumps up Riverbend crowd
        Something strange happened at Riverbend Sunday night. If you walked around the pavilion, you would have noticed how many empty seats there were for the Melissa Etheridge concert. If your eyes stayed on the stage, and you gauged the size of the crowd by how much energy was in the air, you would have thought it was a sold-out show.

Summer Cookin'
        Summer weather adds impetus to the perennial appeal of turning to the grill for as many cooking adventures as possible. These and other issues are discussed in our special online Summer Cookin' section. We've got tips, recipes, and other sources of information to help you make your summer fun.

Small-screen actors making big movies
        The surprise $100-million-plus box-office tally for Scooby-Doo reconfirmed that young actors groomed on TV can draw ticket-buyers to the big screen as well.

Technology news
        Our weekly guide to computers, the Web and the latest gadgets.

What are you reading?
        Every week, we tell you what folks in the Tristate are reading. Well, now it's your chance to be a Page Turner. Tell us what you're reading this summer - why you're reading it and what you think about it.

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.

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