Tempo Headlines for Thursday, February 08, 2001|
KIESEWETTER: Reality Check
Here's a quick TV survival guide as the Tristate awaits the third episode of Survivor: The Australian Outback (8 p.m. today, Channels 12, 7) featuring Rodger Bingham, the Grant County High School industrial arts teacher from Crittenden, Ky.
KNIPPENBERG: Knip's Eye View
The thing Tom Moehringer likes about February is, well, nothing. Nada. Zilch.
Bobs' session notes 20 years of harmony
The Bobs are known as the world's most manically eclectic, non-jazz, a cappella vocal group. But to paraphrase another San Francisco band: What a long, strange, non-instrumental trip it's been.
Lucretia' explores loss of innocence
For me, the story of The Rape of Lucretia is about the abuse of the child within the adult, director Thomas de Mallet Burgess says.
Get to it
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No fade in Frampton's future
When Peter Frampton moved here in June, it may have seemed that the '70s rock superstar was ready to retire, play the occasional oldies show and enjoy middle age with his Cincinnati-born wife, Tina Elfers, and their daughter Mia. But the newest member of the Tristate music community has been too busy even to unpack.
50 years of Peter Frampton