TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2001
Water parks all wet? You bet!
        The directive sounded simple: Go to Cincinnati's three slip-sliding water parks and ride and rate every thrill slide. In one day.

Playwright takes both sides in battle of sexes
        Playwright Carter Lewis will deliver a one-two comedy punch on Cincinnati stages in the spring.

Weekend entertainment guide
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Get to It: A guide to help make your day
TEMPO COLUMNISTS
KENDRICK: Alive and well
        When I wrote about challenges faced by passengers with disabilities (July 1), I knew there would be reader feedback. What I wasn't prepared for, however, was the common theme of much of the mail and phone calls the column generated.

DAUGHERTY: Flooding forces neighbors out of summer hibernation
        With the recent flood, blackout and mass carpet death in my subdivision came an even more miserable fate: There were people living around me, actual neighbors, and I had to talk to them.

SUNDAY PEOPLE
Animal first aid mission for teacher
        Much has happened since a March story on first aid for pets appeared in Tempo.

If you need a bottle opened, he can help
        Who: Bill Creasey, 51, chief naturalist/safari coordinator at Cincinnati Nature Center and collector of bottle openers.

The B side of teen idol Carl Dobkins Jr.
        Used to be, there were screaming teen-agers. Limos. TV cameras. Concert tours with rock 'n' roll royalty.

TASTE
Cookbook leads to great news that family survived
        Joanne Gerson never believed her cookbook could be so powerful.

It's the season for making the most of Watermelon
        The simmering days of late summer are ripe for diving into a cold, crisp watermelon. But before you take the sweet plunge, here's what you need to know about buying, cutting and storing watermelon.

Miami prof will get taste of European wines
        A Tristate wine lover is on his way to an adventure of a lifetime. Jack Keegan, a familiar face to many local wine enthusiasts, will soon depart for Europe where he will teach a wine course for Miami University.

RADIO & TV
We're looking for Tristate Survivor 3 candidate
        PASADENA, Calif. — Could your neighbor be participating in Survivor: Africa being taped now in Kenya?

Action-filled 'Alias' leads pack of fall's top 10 shows
        PASADENA, Calif. — It's going to be a real kick-butt fall TV season, at least on ABC and Fox.

THE ARTS
Taft's 'Modern Masters' showcases diversity of styles
        Does a museum exhibition have to have a theme? Not necessarily: Sometimes a room full of great pictures more than suffices, particularly when its installation is sensible yet creative.

THINGS TO DO
Get to it
Going out
        Tim McGraw:
The superstar country artist hauls out his guitar and plucks out a tune or 20 after an opening spot from the hot Nashville singer-songwriter Kenny Chesney. 7:30 p.m. today, Riverbend, $20-$59.50. 562-4949.


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