TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2002
CSO makes recording session to remember
        The future of the Cincinnati Symphony - Telarc team hinges on an all-Stravinsky disc the CSO recorded last month.
Q&A: Telarc exec likes Music Hall sound

They make news behind the scenes
        The names probably don't ring a bell: Elbert Tucker, Pat Casey, Scott Hollowell, Bob Morford. These relatively anonymous men are Cincinnati's TV news directors, the managers who play the critical behind-the-scenes role in which TV newscast you choose to watch.
Here's your chance to tell Mom the truth
        Between now and Mother's Day, we're going to be inundated with gift ideas. Tempo is offering readers a priceless opportunity: To tell the truth.

Tell us about summer festivals
        The Enquirer will publish a guide to summer festivals May 31. Tell us about your summer festival.

Get to it
        A guide to help you make your day.

ARTS
Traveling exhibit gets aboard Metro buses
        Humans are moved by art. Starting this week, Cincinnati commuters are really going to be moved by art.

DEMALINE: Ovation sticks with formula
        For 2002-03, Ovation Theatre will stick to a formula that's spelled success since the company's debut four years ago: choosing challenging but accessible theater.

Frenetic energy lifts dances to high plane
        There was a whole lotta dancin' going on at the Aronoff's Jarson-Kaplan this weekend.

Music Hall swings to power of Pops
        “Are ya in the mood?” Maestro Erich Kunzel crowed Friday night, as he revved up his big machine, the Cincinnati Pops, for a night of swing.

GELFAND: Xavier piano series in tune with fans
        Here are highlights of some extraordinary concerts this month:

Cincinnati director clings to dream
        Filmmaker Ed Radtke began work on the script for his second independent feature The Dream Catcher in 1994. The finished film screened in public for the first time in August 1999 at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland.

PEOPLE
DAUGHERTY: Botox approval adds a wrinkle to growing older
        Remember the movie Fatal Attraction? Michael Douglas is a married guy who has a fling while his wife is away for the weekend. He wants it to end right there; his paramour, who is a lunatic, has other ideas.

Making 'Peace,' piece by piece
        Mosaic artist Suzanne Fisher isn't kidding when she calls it a community art project:

Seals get woman's flippers flapping
        Who: Beverly Stover, 39, of Milford, a clerk-typist at Lincoln Heights Elementary School who is enamoured with seals. (The carnivorous marine mammal kind.)

Town Hall speakers run range
        The Montgomery Woman's Club designed its Town Hall Lecture Series to promote cultural awareness and encourage discussion. Next season, speakers include Alan Kingand Tipper Gore.

KENDRICK: FCC rules make video description more available
        Television is a unifying element of our culture. We quote lines from Seinfeld and from Friends, reference furniture or clothing or gestures we've seen on favorite programs, and talk about movies and documentaries everywhere we go.

TASTE
MARTIN: Slow Food fights for right to good tastes
        Slow Food doesn't sound like an organization that would thrive in the United States. After all, this is the country that invented and still voraciously feeds on fast food.

Serve it this week: Sunchokes
        Also called “Jerusalem artichokes,” sunchokes are the knobby tubers of sunflowers native to North America.

SPECIAL
Summer camp guide
The Enquirer's annual guide to summer camps for kids is a where-to list for sports, arts, academics, nature and more. And it's only available online.

Cammys show honors city, musical heritage
        The best musicians in Cincinnati played for each other, honored each other, complimented each other and exchanged hugs at the sixth annual Cammy Awards Sunday at Jillian's.
List of Cammy winners

Women of the Year
        We celebrate the work of 10 women who have made Greater Cincinnati a better place.

O N   T H E   S A M E   P A G E
Cincinnati's assignment: Ernest J. Gaines
        Ernest J. Gaines, author of A Lesson Before Dying thinks we, that is, blacks and whites, have more in common than we have differences.
More about the author and his writing

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