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A gift of song
        When La-Vaune Henry was growing up on the West Indies island of St. Maarten/St. Martin, she never thought she would one day be studying voice in the United States.

Summerfair unveils 2001 poster
        You might not know Liz Kathman Grubow by name, but you probably know her work.

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Born of a sister's love
        Alaina always took care of her little sister Gina. When cancer made it impossible for Gina to have a baby, Alaina took her place.
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TODAY'S TEMPO HEADLINES
Tempo Headlines for  Sunday, March 11, 2001

Reality Check
        Here's a brief synopsis of Survivor: The Australian Outback, which moves this week to Wednesday (8 p.m., Channels 12, 7) due to the NCAA Basketball Tournament.

Whale of a life
        Bob Wallace is the first to admit it: He is one plenty obsessed kind of guy. Running unchecked for 10 years.

DAUGHERTY: Another thing that burns me: Toasters that don't work
        Another toaster stopped working. We average a toaster every few years. It doesn't matter which model or brand we buy — they're all disasters.

DEMALINE: Blown away by the Windy City
        I recently took a mid-winter weekend break in Chicago figuring that while the wind might be blistering (it was), the theater would warm me up (it did.)

KENDRICK: Standards to make eBooks accessible to all
        Many inventions that most of us have come to take for granted were initially designed as solutions to problems experienced by people with disabilities. The telephone, ironically, was Alexander Graham Bell's attempt to help his deaf wife.

Pulitzer winner's plays hold mirror to life
        Two years ago, Donald Margulies was thinking seriously about taking a break from playwrighting.

Everclear overshadows tepid matchbox twenty
        If not for a “special guest,” matchbox twenty's performance Thursday at the Firstar Center may have been a qualified success.

Cathing up: Bea Seabohm
        A late winter storm surrounds their house in Sharonville, but Walt and Bea Seebohm are not alarmed.

Fans describe ideal 'Nutcracker'
        Last month we asked for suggestions to improve Cincinnati Ballet's Nutcracker. Since then it's been announced Val Caniparoli, choreographer and character dancer for San Francisco Ballet and resident choreographer for Salt Lake City's Ballet West (and one of artistic director Victoria Morgan's favorite dance-makers) has been asked to stage the new Nutcracker for next season.

Israeli film festival crosses boundaries
        The Israeli Jewish Film Festival returns to Cincinnati for five days in the coming week with six films that cross international boundaries.

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