TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 2003
Movie muscle
After a year when Hobbits and Hogwarts and a web-slinging teenager ruled the box office, the musclemen are back in 2003.

Cammys honor careers of H-Bomb, Rusty York, Lemon Pipers
A rhythm & blues pioneer, a first-generation rock 'n' roller and a million-selling pop-psychedelic band will be the 2003 Michael W. Bany Lifetime Achievement winners at the Enquirer's Pop Music Awards (the Cammys), next Sunday at Jillian's in Covington.

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

We want your duct tape tales
Share your tales of the tape with us - and we'll award the best story a free case of the stuff.

His goal: Equality in education
Jonathan Kozol's Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools is the latest On the Same Page community reading project.
On the Same Page web site
'Marika' describes author's real-life family
Selection panelists tout author's passion

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

KIESEWETTER: Television
Reruns! Believe me, I know how much you hate prime-time network reruns!
New shows search for stars and singles
February's frenzy for reality TV has turned into March madness for inexpensive unscripted series:
Oscar insights

NY cop to sing with the Pops
Daniel Rodriguez, New York's "singing policeman," was on duty on Sept. 11, 2001, the day the city's twin towers were destroyed by terrorists.
Pops presents epic sounds of movies, mariachi, yodeling
Maureen McGovern, Lee Roy Reams and the hip sounds of Mariachi Cobre join New York Policeman/tenor Daniel Rodriguez as some of the stars of the Cincinnati Pops' 2003-04 season.
Broadway shows will go on if union walks
NEW YORK - Broadway producers vow the shows will go on - and are planning to use computer-generated virtual orchestras to replace union musicians if they go on strike.
East meets West in Playhouse's 'Pacific Overtures'
America has rediscovered Stephen Sondheim's Pacific Overtures, perhaps because it was ahead of its time when it debuted in 1976. It's very much of the time we're living in now.
Local artist welcomes visitors to Wexner show
The Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus is still under construction, but its innovative exhibitions continue.

REVIEWS
Salt Lake City group stages eclectic pieces
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Salt Lake City's globetrotting modern dance group, performed in the Tristate this weekend as part of Contemporary Dance Theater's 30th anniversary season.


CCM players vibrant in 'Wild Party'
The Musical Theater Department at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music is producing the sizzling off-Broadway hit The Wild Party, and it is indeed a wild and wonderful time.
SUNDAY PEOPLE
DAUGHERTY: Everyday
I'm so cold, I've stopped eating chili. And Frosted Flakes. No more iced tea.
Benefactor working wherever she's needed
So, Winifred, after working with the zoo for more than 20 years, your last name is almost synonymous with that place and conservation causes. How did that come about?
Grandma's incredible, but not edible eggs
Barbara Shouse, 64, a grandmother of two, definitely sees life "sunny side up."
Heart transplant patient looks toward college
Kimberlee Ryle should be back on the gymnast's bars by the end of the year.
SUNDAY TASTE
'Men Cook' luncheon big crowd pleaser
It didn't take Gwen Robinson long to figure out how to turn around her organization.
Build on base of Girl Scout cookies
Samoas on the counter, Do-si-Dos in the desk drawer and Thin Mints in the freezer. This time of year, it seems like it's raining Girl Scout Cookies.
Blue Ash eats 'upscale but casual'
Where to eat in Blue Ash.


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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.