Thursday, October 16, 2003

What you can do, see elsewhere around town



Cincinnati Art Museum: One of the country's oldest art museums offers exhibits from most periods of history and regions of the world. A new wing tells the history of art and furniture-making in Cincinnati. Special exhibits on display include Drawings of Choice from a New York Collection, featuring more than 80 contemporary drawings, and A Separate Sphere: Dressmakers in Cincinnati's Golden Age 1877-1922. Open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. in Eden Park. Free parking and admission. 721-2787.

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden: Considered one of the country's greatest zoos, it holds more than 700 species of animals and close to 3,000 kinds of domestic and exotic plants. Gates open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily; zoo closes one hour after gates close. 3400 Vine St., Avondale. $11.50, $9 seniors, $6 ages 2-12. 281-4700.

Ragtime: School for Creative and Performing Arts offers a production of the lush river-city musical Ragtime, 7 p.m. today in the historic Taft Theatre, Fifth and Sycamore streets, downtown. $5-$15. 562-4949.

Great American Ball Park: Tours at the top of every hour between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets: $5, seniors and children $4, advance ticket window at the ballpark's main entrance, Second and Main streets.

Jason Nebel




TALL STACKS
Photo gallery of Day 1
Water taxi is scenic route to Tall Stacks
Bell magicians do it again
Copter takes the high tour
Latin flavor spices up the night
Of white gloves and shady characters
Music doesn't end when festival closes
Underground Railroad alive at Sawyer Town
Admission a bargain, but extras do add up
Running low on cash stack at Tall Stacks? Check deals
McCoury Band bluegrass masters
Daily schedule
What you can do, see elsewhere around town
Tall Stacks gives push to ailing hotel business
Party Scene
Volunteer's journey to past

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