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Cover Story: Ohio: Birthplace of Demolition Derby

0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
To hell with aviation. North Carolina can have it. It's time to celebrate Ohio's demolition derby heritage. Although the origins of the sport are hazy, according to the National Demolition Derb  

Cover Story: Fair Play At the Grandstand

0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
7 p.m. Thursday: Demolition Derby Wahoooo! It's hell-on-muddy wheels as local drivers compete for trophies and cash prizes in two ferocious heats. (See story.) 7 p.m. Friday: Figure 8 Race, Compact  

Music: Modern and Primal

Appealing at many levels, the Cincinnati Opera kicks off with 'Salome' and her head games

0 Comments · Thursday, June 22, 2000
Ask your average Joe or Jo-Ellen if they'd like to spend a night at the opera, and it's likely they'll describe some painfully laborious task they'd rather perform instead, like polishing the  

Music: Deviled Hams

The Supersuckers ­ fighting for truth and justice with the evil powers of Rock & Roll

0 Comments · Thursday, June 15, 2000
Rock & Roll is the devil's music -- well, at least the good stuff anyway. Just ask Eddie Spaghetti, leader of The Supersuckers. The singer/bassist and the rest of his cohorts -- guitarists Dan "  

Cover Story: Hot Game: Enter the Dragons

New Dayton team and stadium bring baseball back to the Gem City

0 Comments · Thursday, June 1, 2000
Say what you will about the financial aspirations of big league ballplayers but, at the end of the day, they want the same thing as the fans -- to win a World Series championship. The minor leagu  

Music: Maximum Rock & Roll

NRBQ may not be for everyone, but those who 'get it' say they're the best band in the universe

0 Comments · Thursday, May 4, 2000
"We're world famous, and if anybody thinks we're not, that's just because they've never heard of us." So quipped NRBQ founder and keyboardist Terry Adams at the band's 30th anniversary cele