Sunday, May 23, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 144
Lawyers hit stadium pay dirt
Forget Ken Griffey Jr. and Jon Kitna. The real winners in Hamilton County's two new sports stadiums have been the lawyers.

Combat trauma haunts vets
Jack Johnson stops short of saying that he is traumatized by his combat experience in Iraq. But he still sought psychiatric help when he returned from the war.

It was wild and winning for Reds
For a regular-season game, particularly one in late May, this one quickened the pulse before it started.
Game photo gallery
Fans want piece of the Rocket


Young arm woes preventable
It’s not unusual for a major-league pitcher to need rehabilitation or even surgery on an injured throwing arm. But such injuries are an increasing problem for another group of athletes: youth players.

Biggers Cultural fusion
Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers, coming to the Contemporary Arts Center this week, blends hip-hop and Eastern influences.
Artwork coalesces cultures

Feng shui: peace at work
Feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of object placement, suggests that far more is going on in our office and factories than drudgery.

Home Style
This week: An unceremonious turn for mosaics, a retro way to clean, pretty pillows, a kitchen fix-up recipe, all-weather sofas and more.

singers 'Sing Hallelujah!
Gospel, traditional and contemporary, is what you'll hear raising the roof at Playhouse in the Park's Shelterhouse Theatre through June 27

Gen Y Scion
Toyota hasn't had trouble attracting baby boomers, but it's had a heck of a time with their offspring.
Thunderbird irresistible - twice

Complete local news report

Lawmakers looking at logjam
Women recruited to serve
2 priests deny abuse allegations
Priest's ministry continues at chapel
Trustee president fills void with vigor

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Complete sports report

Dunn's BP session pays dividends
Improvements merit Miley's return in '05
Over the hill at 40? Hardly
Browns undergo harsh restructuring effort
Serena's designs are on French

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Grads face uncertainty
Seniors look back, reflect on their start
Let's Talk: War in Iraq
Ohioans deserve lawsuit-reform law
CPS: Get priorities straight

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Complete business report

Aguirre to face shareholders
Bush, Kerry differ on energy
Look Who's Talking: Michael Gilkey
New 7E7: Faster, higher - better
Queen City Rewind

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Laughter is music to the maestro's ears
Theater lineup shows old and new
May Festival's opera evening a stunner
'Sing Hallelujah!' voices raise the roof reverently
Step Up to the Plate

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Eckberg: Dieters cut carbs, boost crankiness
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