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All about Oscar
        Oscar night is the Super Bowl of pop-culture. For a night of frivolous fun, cheap bets and dishing about what those Hollywood folks will do next, you can't beat the Academy Awards.

Exploring with Roger Brucker and James Borden
        Roger Brucker and James Borden are on a mission: Find the rest of Mammoth Cave. Not that it's lost or anything — just undiscovered and waiting for somebody to squeeze through some passage leading to a couple hundred more miles

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TV you can relate to
        We felt a bit like perverts, peeping through the bathroom window at Sela Ward and her TV daughter in their pajamas. That's only part of the reality of Once and Again.


Eleven who make a difference
        We celebrate the work of women whose helping hands have made Greater Cincinnati a more livable city.
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Tempo Headlines for  Sunday, March 25, 2001

Rich melodies flavor CSO's Rachmaninoff
        Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2 is the best-loved of his three symphonies, with themes as romantic as anything written for Hollywood.

Dancer Womack steps into teaching
        When Shawn Womack left the Tristate in June 1999, it was to an uncertain dance future. After years of pouring heart and soul (and money) into her local company, Dance Projects, it was time for husband Michael Oxley to do his thing. He wanted to study to become a minister.

DAUGHERTY: Everyday
        TIJUANA, Mexico — “You like gold chains, sir?”

DEMALINE: The arts
        Tuesday was National Arts Advocacy Day. While Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts' exec Mary McCullough-Hudson went to Washington, D.C., to pay a legislative visit, nobody took action on the home front, in council and commissioners' offices (on both sides of the river), where we really need it.

KENDRICK: Alive and well
        Digging through file drawers and book shelves, trying to unearth a tactile map I collected at a conference last year, I smile to myself about the multiple meaning of "accessible buildings.” Letters from readers ask how to make an office building or restaurant “disabled friendly.” Architects drop knowledge of “ADA requirements” into conversations.

MCGURK: Film notes
        The Northern Kentucky Symphony will honor the Passover and Easter seasons with a presentation of the monumental 1925 silent film, Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ, April 7 and 8 at Greaves Concert Hall, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights.

Prize possessions
        Who: Four-year-old twins Tyler and Zachary Mitchell of Delhi Township, the sons of Chris and Bill Mitchell, preschool students at St. John's Learning Center and devoted University of Cincinnati Bearcats fans.

Concert review: CSO
        Although he has played in Cincinnati several times, Gil Shaham's easy virtuosity continues to astonish.

Theater review: 'Art'
        Center stage is the white canvas.

Theater review: If Theatre Collective
        “It is getting to be a great effort for me to think straight.”

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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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