Cincinnati actresses in New York
        We've seen these four women on Cincinnati stages. Now they're making their way in New York. One is a star. Two are on the threshold of success. One is still looking for that break. Last month, we visited them in New York to catch up with their lives in the theater.
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Traditional TV family comes back strong
        The husband-wife domestic comedy, a TV staple since I Love Lucy, makes a big comeback this fall as TV networks continue to experiment with the 50-year-old sitcom format.

'Adopted' title angers advocate
        Tristate adoption advocate Gail Huff isn't amused by the title for the WB's new Maybe I'm Adopted comedy.

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CCM's 2001-02 season full of fledgling stars
        University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music has announced a bold collection of plays, musicals and operas for its 2001-02 mainstage series, including a new musical adaptation of Dracula by CCM alumni Richard Oberacker and Michael Lazar.

DEMALINE: Hate crime inspires theater group talks
        In the aftermath of the 1998 robbery, beating and death of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, playwright Moises Kaufman (Gross Indecency) and his Tectonic Theatre made several trips to Laramie.

Chihuly sparkles at Cincinnati Art Museum
        “Rio delle Torreselle,” a monumental work by Seattle artist Dale Chihuly, was installed last week in Cincinnati Art Museum's renovated lobby.

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Adena brings history to life
        When Thomas Worthington wrote in his diary, he didn't write about Tecumseh coming to his house or his sister's death. He wrote about the weather — a seemingly appropriate topic for a man in the 1800s who had a formal garden, vegetable garden and vineyard on Adena, his estate in Chillicothe.

Asthma educator now speaks from experience

        After years of preaching, Donald C. Vogel is a happy convert.

DAUGHERTY: Clergyman's uphill path to virtue
        Gene Wells retired last Sunday after 45 years. His son, the Rev. David Wells, offered the farewell sermon. The rest of us rose from the old wooden benches and applauded.

Ostriches omnipresent for Newport teacher
        Dennis Pattinson, 35, of Newport, a science teacher at Holmes Junior High School, is obsessed with ostriches.

Painter likes to fool the eye
        Like Kroger's “Cincinnatus” mural, all pieces in the book are in the trompe l'oeil style — a French phrase meaning, roughly, fool the eye. It's a style of painting that incorporates photographic realism and tricks with perspective to alter the viewer's perception.

KENDRICK: Hearing or deaf, soccer teams play to win
        Imagine coming to a new school in a strange country at the age of 16 and having to learn not only to speak the language, but to speak it in sign as well. Then imagine that it doesn't matter a bit because you are doing what you love more than anything in the world: playing soccer.

Mahler's 'Third' gets moving, fresh reading
        “To me, "symphony' means constructing a world,” said Gustav Mahler about his Symphony No. 3. The Cincinnati May Festival explored the powerful, awe-inspiring world of Mahler's Third on Friday, in just its third performance since giving the American premiere in 1914.

McGURK: Touring fest brings offbeat works to town
        Cincinnati Film Society continues its exploration of the cinematic avant-garde when it brings the Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour to town Friday and Saturday.

Social Scene
        Early in June, Taft Museum of Art docents will create wild and wonderful table art at a Day in the Garden. Speaking of wild, also next month the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden will rachet up excitement for youngsters and their families at “Kids Zoofari.”

Chef retires to his garden
        After 32 years as chef at the venerable Golden Lamb in Lebanon, chef Erwin Pfeil retired last month. We couldn't let this go unnoticed.

Imported beer returns as German Day favorite
        Many German-Americans will celebrate German Day next Sunday at Kolping Park in Mount Healthy. There's one thing you can be sure of at a German celebration: Warsteiner beer. It's usually the beer of choice at these gatherings, and with some justification.

MARTIN: Many reasons why men become grill guys
        Smell the smoke and see the flame, and most likely you'll find a man behind the grill this summer. According to a Weber “Grill-Line” (800-474-5568) survey, nearly 60 percent of callers say men do the grilling in their family (21 percent say women do the grilling and 21 percent say “both” grill).

Now is prime time for Alaskan salmon
        Now that salmon is grown in salmon farms, it's available year-round, and cheap enough for almost every restaurant to put it on its menu. For diners, it's a reliable choice, often the best thing on the menu.

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