TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2002|
Early look at Tall Stacks 2003|
Two newcomers will join the world's largest gathering of historic riverboats, when Cincinnati's Tall Stacks Music, Arts & Heritage Festival recreates the steamboat era next October.
Maestro Kunzel shares his memories|
Cincinnati Pops conductor Erich Kunzel, 67, has celebrated many anniversaries since his first appearance with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 37 years ago. This year, he observes an important landmark: 25 years since the Cincinnati Pops was officially established in 1977.
DEMALINE: `Producers' first shot at being the star|
"True story," says Lee Roy Reams. Broadway vet and Covington native Mr. Reams has lots of true stories from a few decades on Broadway, in shows from Hello, Dolly! to 42nd Street, but this one happens to be about his Producers' co-star Angie Schworer, from Fort Mitchell.
`Richard II' disappointing
There is a king's treasure of radiant thought and language in Shakespeare's Richard II. In the hands of Stage First, that wealth is squandered, as Richard squandered his crown.
DAUGHERTY: Dying man shows how to live
Dave Hester sits on the couch in his living room, wrapped in a quilt, coughing every now and then. He's waiting for the phone to ring.
She Shutters To Think
Photographer Colleen Kelley is willing to do most anything, as long as you don't give her too much information in advance.
Volumes of `Americana' fill his Finneytown home
Dick Flaig, 59, of Finneytown, a retired German teacher/counselor from the Mount Healthy school district, collects rare books.
Red Hat is red-hot
Members pf the Red Hat Society wear red hats and purple dresses and meet for tea, dinner, shopping, trips to the racetrack - and always for laughs.
KENDRICK: Disability myth and fact often confused
Do you know fact from myth in the realm of disability information? Have some fun with the following quiz and see how you fare.
Pops and America bit of a strange brew
Near the end of the Cincinnati Pops show Friday night, singer/guitarist Gerry Beckley asked the Music Hall crowd, "Has anyone here actually ever seen an America concert before?"
Mascis' guitar bridges folk to metal
J Mascis' way of turning a down-in-the-mouth phrase put him at home in alternative rock, a genre overpopulated with sad-sack singers who write woe-is-me songs.
Phish drummer misses the beat
Jam-band musicians are prone to starting side projects, and the fans tend to follow their favorite players from one band to the next like a farm animal led by its nose ring.
Lots of Stones trivia rolling out of 40 years
The Rolling Stones are out on tour celebrating their 40th anniversary, with a concert today in Columbus.
MARTIN: Labeling law `big step' for organic foods
Sometimes, we only think of a new law - especially a new federal law - as bad news. More bureaucrats, more red tape, more tax dollars wasted. But it's difficult to find the downside to a new federal law that goes into effect Monday.
Tricks and treats of dining out
Where to go trick or treating
Serve it this week: chutney
As condiments go, chutney is usually the last in line.
`West Wing' ratings slip puzzles network
If The West Wing were the real White House, glum-faced presidential operatives would be obsessing over worrisome poll numbers.
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