TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2002
Opera carries on nun's message
        When she wrote her book Dead Man Walking, Sister Helen Prejean never guessed it would be made into an Academy Award-winning film. Or an opera. A new production will receive its Midwest premiere Thursday in Music Hall.
Sister Helen Prejean speaks on . . .

Fall prime-time will be (bleeping) different
        TV columnist John Kiesewetter says: Viewers may be in for a bit of a shock this fall. I've previewed a half-dozen new fall shows so far, and I've been surprised at the crude humor.

'80s box set is totally righteous
        Any collection that begins with Devo and ends with the B-52s has at least a couple of things going for it.

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

ROSEMARY CLOONEY REMEMBERED
Special Section: Rosemary Remembered
        Enquirer coverage of the life and death of the area's beloved singing star.
ARTS
DEMALINE: Sunday salons lure political candidates
        Best news of the week: The Arts Advocacy Initiative is moving forward on several fronts.

Favorites fill theater seats
        The shaky economy and 9-11 didn't keep Cincinnati audiences at home during the 2001-02 season, but they wanted old favorites that could be counted on for mindless fun.

Museum buys self portraits from Jim Dine
        The Cincinnati Art Museum purchased a portfolio of nine Jim Dine self portraits done in dry point technique.

TASTE
Bastille Day deserves fare with French accent
        Where to celebrate Bastille Day July 14:

MARTIN: Shrimp and Grits is Southern comfort food
        Despite growing up in central South Carolina, I never ate shrimp and grits. Never heard of shrimp and grits. Now, of course, shrimp and grits are all the rage.

Serve it this week: Goat cheese
        Man has been making and eating goat cheese as long as there have been goat herds.

PEOPLE
DAUGHERTY: $7 a pack might be the price for peace of mind
        It's going to cost New Yorkers $7 to buy a pack of 20 cigarettes now. That won't help Jim Daugherty, who is nearly 70 years old and does most of his smoking in Florida. He'd quit at $7 a pack, he says.

Collector has turned Erlanger home into playful pigpen
        According to her brother-in-law, Judy Crowder's home “has more pigs than any farm around here.”

ENTERTAINMENT
John Frankenheimer, director, dies at 72
        LOS ANGELES — John Frankenheimer, director of such Hollywood classics as The Manchurian Candidate and Birdman of Alcatraz, died Saturday. He was 72.

Potter imposter hits China
        BEIJING — Chinese fans of the British boy wizard are snapping up the fifth book in the wildly popular series. There's just one problem. It's fake — written by a Chinese author for a Chinese audience.

CONCERT REVIEW
'Voices' show is beer-swilling fun
        Dayton's Guided By Voices downed several cans of domestic light brew during its rocking and rollicking 2 1/4-hour performance.

SUMMER COOKIN' SECTION
Summer Cookin'
        Summer weather adds impetus to the perennial appeal of turning to the grill for as many cooking adventures as possible. These and other issues are discussed in our special online Summer Cookin' section. We've got tips, recipes, and other sources of information to help you make your summer fun.

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
Small-screen actors making big movies
        The surprise $100-million-plus box-office tally for Scooby-Doo reconfirmed that young actors groomed on TV can draw ticket-buyers to the big screen as well.

SPECIAL
Technology news
        Our weekly guide to computers, the Web and the latest gadgets.

What are you reading?
        Every week, we tell you what folks in the Tristate are reading. Well, now it's your chance to be a Page Turner. Tell us what you're reading this summer - why you're reading it and what you think about it.

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.

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