Wednesday, October 29, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 302
CiN Weekly
CiN Weekly

Greater Cincinnati's newest publication hits the streets today. It's filled with places to go and things to do, and did we mention it's free?

United Way falls short
After cutting funds last year to nearly every United Way recipient in Cincinnati, organizers of the annual campaign drive estimate that they are 1 percent shy of making a $60.5 million goal.
United Way

Fernald silo cleanup drags on
The most dangerous part of the decade-old cleanup of Fernald nuclear waste - removing 20 million gallons of radioactive sludge - is $20 million over its $400 million budget.

Virtual chef: Stirring up pumpkin magic
Julie Francis took her place behind the grill at Findlay Market, to prove pumpkin really comes from a bright orange gourd - not from a can.

A manatee migration
Long migrations are common for manatees, but Saturday, one manatee will make his migration from Cincinnati to Florida on a cargo jet.

Covington, Ky.
Colorful neighborhoods, the historic Roebling Suspension Bridge and the strikingly beautiful Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption brighten the latest of The Enquirer's Great Neighborhoods.

Learning to win and celebrate right
Excuse the Bengals for not having this end zone celebration thing down just yet. They haven't been there very often in the past few seasons.
Bengals Q&A with Mark Curnutte
Lewis and Johnson

CAPE lives on
Recall the premise of the John Belushi-Dan Ackroyd movie The Blues Brothers? The roots of success for playoff-bound Jacobs High bear an interesting resemblance.
Highlands succeeds with two QBs

Complete local news report

Movie house pictured at mall
Gay rights ordinance may be reconsidered
People, places and things
Death raises fears on road
City's housing authority sues feds

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

OSU's might Gamble at WR
UC's Moore opts against surgery
Bengals' Simmons wins award
Clinton-Massie seeks 20th-straight win
One goal enough for Lakota West

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Progressive deal
A plan with promise
Issue 1 deserves support of voters
Issue 1 inhibits private enterprise
Who's that knocking on my door?

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Forecast for conventions, hotels bleak
Delta helps delayed travelers
Fed holds line on interest rate
Machine-tool equipment that built economy sold off
Hopes for economic recovery get a boost

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Scared to life
Lovett brings unique sound to the Taft
Director's cut of 'Alien' resurrected
Get to it!
Best Bets: What's on TV tonight

    • More tempo news...

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Peale: What's the buzz?
Bronson: Accused rapist was the real victim
Korte: Cranley lashes back at GOP critics
Howard: Good Things Happening

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Election 2004



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