TEMPO STORIES FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2003
'Naughty' cakes bare it all
Give Teri Scheff a little flour, butter, sugar and eggs, and a good hour's work in her bakery, and she'll make you blush.

Sweeten your love life with a book
With Valentine's Day around the corner, the how-to and how-not-to's in love and relationships have been landing in bookstores to help the advice-hungry masses. Here are a few worth thumbing through:

'Survivor' casting call today
You have two minutes to tell cameras why you should be a castaway on Survivor 7.

Ideal job ends up being a circus
Kevin Venardos, 26, is the youngest person ever to have landed the position as ringmaster with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. The show will be in Cincinnati Wednesday through Sunday.

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

FITNESS
BootCamp assaults holdout flab
Who goes to exercise class at 6 a.m.? I asked myself as I drove, bleary-eyed, to BootCamp Bodies.


To achieve fitness, get your goals in shape first
Question: I want to get in shape for this spring and am confused about the process. Which method is best?
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Teacher chosen to write new 'Godfather'
Mark Winegardner is joining the Corleone family business: He's been selected to write the next Godfather novel.


'How to Lose a Guy' wins at box office
LOS ANGELES - Critics called it a bad date movie, but How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days courted movie-goers to the tune of $24.1 million in its first weekend for a No. 1 debut.
Emo acts draw sellout teen crowd
A couple of popular emo acts drew the sellout at Bogart's Friday night, while the son of rock royalty made it through the show as an anonymous front man of a barely known opening act.

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT     (Index of Sunday stories)
Retro TV: Same in name only
ABC's new Dragnet lacks the humor and tone of Jack Webb's old police series. As for all of the upcoming retro shows, TV executives are convinced the best way to revive an old show is to make sure it doesn't look exactly like the predecessor.

Jarvi puts Cincy, Estonia on map
Paavo Jarvi is "putting the Cincinnati Symphony on the map," announces the February issue of Gramophone magazine.

Designer makes ballet 'Dreamy'
With only five days before load-in, the day when painting and building stops and set pieces move into the theater, David Guthrie is anxious.

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Get up off the couch
Tristaters are overweight and out of shape, a survey shows. To change Fat City to Fit City, the Enquirer is beginning a year-long project to get you going on your own fitness program.

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25 forces that will shape culture in 2003
As we look ahead to 2003, here are 25 of the most significant forces we believe will shape our community's life for the next 12 months and beyond:
1. The big economic squeeze
2. Clear Channel's dominance
3. Suburbanites: Will they roam?
4. The plea for racial healing
5. The media's message
6. A whole new ball game
7. Edgy art center opening
8. Tall Stacks rolls back
9. Will tourists go home happy?
10. How Fine Arts Fund carries clout
11. You can't fight City Hall
12. Laura Long: Downtown force
13. The CSO's growing empire
14. Rosenthals' big impact
15. Northern Kentucky development
16. Museum Center's main man
17. Lobbyist Weiland
18. UC at crossroads
19. The Nederlanders make a comeback
20. MidPoint: Rebuild the city on rock 'n' roll
21. The Schuster Center alternative
22. Another public art project goes to bat
23. The brain drain
24. Local film community gains focus
25. Dancing around visa problems
The wild card of 2003: War
2003 dates to keep in mind

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 in October.