Tuesday, December 30, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 364
He's not satisfied
Just as the Bengals' season came to an unexpectedly abrupt end Sunday, the offseason started briskly Monday.
Special section: 2003 in review
Tell us what you think of the Bengals
Marvin Lewis

New law brands DUIs
New Year's Eve partiers who drink and drive are more likely to be caught and punished now than in years past, police say.
• Editorial: Drinking and driving - Just don't
• Your voice: New year rings in tougher DUI law

Cory Lidle Reds sign Lidle
Cory Lidle looked at the Reds' offense and bullpen and saw "wins." The Reds looked at Lidle and saw "innings." After a bit of negotiation, the Reds had signed their first major free-agent.

Transplant allows encore performance
The music is returning to Terry LaBolt's life. Last month, the accomplished pianist and one of the longest HIV/AIDS survivors in Greater Cincinnati was dying.

What's the beef?
Denny Stehlin is trying to reassure people in Greater Cincinnati about the safety of beef in the wake of concerns about mad cow disease.
Experts provide advice on beef cuts
beef

Terry Anderson Anderson critical of Ohio GOP
Terry Anderson is OK with the image most people have of him, after being held hostage for nearly seven years by Islamic militants in Beirut, Lebanon.

The Best in Arts in 2003
Our critics pick their top 10 outstanding performances, events and developments for '03.
Janelle Gelfand: Classical music
Margaret McGurk: Film
Jackie Demaline: Theater
Kathy Valin: Dance
Larry Nager: Pop music
Marilyn Bauer: Visual art

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Choral singers turned into winners
Humana to pay doctors more
Ex-monitor wants another $37,810
150 sign up for no-knock law protection
Catholic panel head named

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Fun starting for Buckeyes' tight end
Field making most of his shot
Muskies want to get on a roll now
Alamo: Nebraska 17, Mich. St. 3
Local hockey update

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Drinking and driving: Just don't
Dillon has become disposable distraction
New year rings in tougher DUI law
Letters to the editor
Fans sound off about Kitna's hat fine

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

The good steward
Float theme: Gift of sight
Smucker rated sweetest employer
Tower Place stores closing
IHI, GE team for Chinese engines

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Another new year, another hangover
Skepticism surrounds hangover products
Schimmel's humor reflects heartbreak
Volunteer dresses to please herself
'Goddess' drives epic to conclusion

    • More tempo news...

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