TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2001
Mr. Chihuly's glass menagerie
        It's a world of light, air, water, color, movement, fantasy and nature, all created from glass. Enter the realm of world renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly.
More photos of Chihuly's work

CNN about to change news picture
        Everything you loved about CNN Headline News is going to be replaced by everything you hate about local news.

SUNDAY PEOPLE
On the courts with Phil Smith
        Phil Smith's frustration started building 14 years ago. One question at a time, one fact-gap a day. When it peaked last year with another unanswered question, he launched a research project.

Thermostats hot items to auto mechanic
        Who: Dan Owczarczak, Jr., 46, of West Chester Township, an auto mechanic at Top Value Muffler and Service Center in Sharonville who collects thermostats. Yes, thermostats, those little doohickeys that control heating and air-conditioning.

Winton Woods grad fights for environment
        In the past 12 months Margaret Kaiser of Greenhills completed her first year of law school at Columbia University and helped build a dam in the Netherlands.

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
DAUGHERTY: A man needs a place with barbers and beer
        When I need my hair trimmed, why do I have to go to a place where they “do” hair instead of “cut” it?

KENDRICK: Alive and well
        A few weeks ago, I wrote about Deborah Gibson's brother, Ernie Padget, returning to California with a bad taste in his mouth for Kings Island's disability policy.

MCGURK: Film
        Cincinnati was represented at the fifth annual Urbanworld Film Festival in New York this week by director Alphonzo Wesson's documentary about the founder of the Black Family Reunion.

TASTE
Call to say you can't make it!
        Restaurant owners are a nice bunch of people. As service-oriented professionals, it's their business to be polite. They never would say this to you, so I'm going to say it for them:

Check attic for history of old beers
        I enjoy all the comments I get in response to the column, and I want to share one with you that really got me thinking.

Pesto still has its place on America's plates
        Remember pesto? That bright green Italian sauce made from fresh basil that flooded the American palate in the 1980s?

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