TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 2001
Digital is on a roll
        When cameras roll today on Tattered Angel, a local independent feature starring Lynda Carter, the filmmakers have digital technology to thank.
Digital makes move in Tristate

Black theater festival organizers aim higher
        WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — At 5 a.m. on the first Thursday of August, Don Sherman headed his cherry red van southeast from Cincinnati. Eight hours later he and Annie and Linda Hilson arrived in Winston-Salem for the final days of the National Black Theatre Festival.

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ARTS
UC will archive Schippers' CSO collection
        It has been sitting and collecting mold for more than 20 years, caught in limbo between the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the University of Cincinnati.

DEMALLINE: New Edgecliff back to gritty roots
        Somehow or other, New Edgecliff Theatre's last season drifted toward the romantic and comic.

Opera celebrates successful season
        For the third year in a row, Cincinnati Opera has broken records.

Miami plans arts center
        If Miami University's plans come to fruition, superstars such as violinist Itzhak Perlman will no longer have to play Debussy and Brahms in Millett Hall, a basketball arena.

PEOPLE
All caught up in Johnny Bench
        Johnny Bench is a hero to many, but perhaps his number one fan is Rodney Hamilton of Florence.

Cancer survivor preaches prevention
        Constance Hudson has reason to celebrate. She's being honored today at the Midwest Regional Black Family Reunion Celebration by radio station WIZF-FM (100.9) as their ""Unsung Hero” for the month of June for her work educating women about breast cancer.

DAUGHERTY: For better or worse, golf becomes family activity
        I gave my wife golf lessons as a present. So help me, it sounded like a good idea. I can't explain it, except to say it was Christmas.

UniverSoul Circus cranks up hip-hop under the big top
        The UniverSoul Circus sets up its big top this week for a five-day stop in Cincinnati during its “UnExpected Soul 2001” tour.

TASTE
MARTIN: German-style recipe preserves tomatoes' sweetness
        Pat Brennan was right. Canning tomato preserves is pretty easy. A snap. Unless you throw in a flooded basement.

Riverfest dining reservations all but taken
        Question: I'd like to watch the Riverfest fireworks from a restaurant table instead of down by the river. Where can I go?

You, too, can know beans
        Every Monday in the summer, I make sure to stop at the tailgate market that sets up in a church parking lot in my neighborhood. All the farmers are from this area and sell wonderful produce.

1001+ beers for sipping at AleFest
        Is it too soon to be thinking about beer festivals? Of course not, and there's a marvelous festival next weekend, just a short drive away.

AND MORE ...
Destiny rides at Riverbend
        Destiny's Child went rollin' on the river Thursday night at Riverbend, as its first headlining tour showcased the group's versatility with mixed results.

Fund-raisers offer fine fireworks views
        You still have time to tap a date worthy of the day-long Third Federal Riverfest 2001 and the Toyota-WEBN Fireworks at 9:05 p.m, Sept 2. Rozzi Famous Fireworks will launch cascades of colors across the Ohio River, and Greater Cincinnati fund-raisers will try to coax you to their venues with a view. Take your pick:


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