Shakespeare Festival's backstage drama
        In 2001-2002, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival will present five regional premieres, have its first collaboration with the Children's Theatre, introduce an intern company, debut a world premiere, possibly produce an entry in the New York International Fringe Festival — and perform some Shakespeare.

CCO conductor branches out
        First-rate soloists, provocative programming, new venues and a CD project with French hornist David Jolley will figure in the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra season next year.
CSO spends part of summer on campus

S P E C I A L   S E C T I O N
Summer camp guide provides hundreds of listings for kids' fun and instruction.
Tempo Headlines for  Sunday, April 08, 2001

Peeps sweet for prankster
        Here's a good reason not to move into Sue Heidel's neighborhood: You could wake up Easter morning with a flock of Peeps roosting on the lawn.

Prize possessions
        Who: Steve Wolter, 59, of East Walnut Hills, the President of Sports Investments Inc., and an incurable baseball fan.

Work a privilege for StarShine nurse
        Winter had its ups and downs for pediatric hospice nurse Lynda Tucker.

KENDRICK: Alive and well
        I don't need to go to Europe to experience what it is to be a foreigner in another land. All I need to do is go to any major city in America and find myself dependent on a taxi for transportation.

MCGURK: Film notes
        George Clooney returns to Ohio this month to shoot a new film, Welcome to Collinwood, and he's bringing some buddies with him.

Reality check

Taking food seriously
        Few people are more serious about food than Darra Goldstein, a professor of Russian at Williams College in Massachusetts, award-winning cookbook author and editor.

Diner's Journal
        Now that Tink's Cafe has opened in Clifton, the neighborhood is undoubtedly the best place in the city for that classic date: dinner and a movie.

MARTIN: Foodstuff
        Once, I wanted to own a restaurant. Somehow, I thought feeding people would be glamorous and rewarding.

'Blow' dealer a modern pirate
        Director Ted Demme acknowledges the irony of turning a drug kingpin into a sympathetic character, as he does in Blow, the movie that opened this weekend starring Johnny Depp as George Jung.

Children's Theatre looks to grow
        Children's Theatre executive director Susie Louiso calls the new collaboration with Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival (CSF) “a natural.”

Demanding SCPA teacher sad to leave 'her kids'
        Sheila Cohen worries about her kids — three of her own and several hundred others whom she's guided through their tenderfoot dance years.

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