TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2003
Cammy Awards show today
Cincinnati's modern music scene takes the stage today at the Enquirer Pop Music Awards. Also in the spotlight: the city's rich musical history, with national recognition for Kings Records.
Special Cammys section

Women of the Year
The Enquirer honors 10 Tristaters for their service to their community. The newspaper has recognized women of distinction annually since 1968.

The rise of R-rated radio
With The Osbournes breaking every (bleeping) taboo about profanity on television, urban, pop and rock radio stations are buzzing with the sounds of more instantly hummable, bleep-heavy songs than ever before.
Prince pushed the limits

Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in true American style:

Student designs Summerfair poster
Jessica Schultz, 21, has won the Summerfair 2003 poster competition. Hers is the 27th poster in the popular collection.

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

PEOPLE
DAUGHERTY: Uneventful lives often ones with most meaning
Being a husband and father is heavy lifting. It's the difference between dreams and responsibility. If you're lucky and you stay with it, the two will eventually meet, and you can consider your life a success.


Q&A with Marvel Gentry Davis of ballet tech ohio
Clarify something, Marvel. We hear a lot of talk in the arts community about ballet tech ohio. What is it, what is your role and is that lowercase spelling correct?
'Naughty' baker whips up new name
It's been an eventful month since we heard from pastry chef Teri Scheff. The week of Valentine's Day, we told you how Scheff is gaining a reputation for making "naughty cakes" featuring nude male and female body parts.
Former Muppet maker noses around for Pinocchio
Robin Hartmann, 46, a freelance artist and part-time teacher at the New School in North Avondale, has a penchant for Pinocchio.
KENDRICK: Airport security daunting obstacle
Going through security has always been my least favorite part of flying, but probably not for the same reasons as most of the people around me.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
'Greek Life' hits low, but painfully close to home
You wouldn't know it by my name, but I'm Greek. Half, to be precise. You can tell which half by looking at my back for the side that has all the extra hair.


Children's Theatre rocks 'n' rolls with updated 'Peter Cottontail'
Children's Theatre has a real charmer in the original musical The Rockin' Adventures of Peter Rabbit, which is not your parents' cottontail tale.
Showbiz play to represent Ohio at contest
Showbiz Players' production of The Civil War was chosen in late February by the Ohio Community Theatre Association to represent the state in regional competition in April.
'Pacific' ambitious, entertaining spectacle
I don't know about you, but I find the times we live in very scary. So it's a special pleasure to find a work of theater that helps me grope toward a better understanding of this complex world of ours.
'Hard Way' makes it tough for audience
Poor Albert. The small-time gambler and pool hall king has dropped dead in a Reno motel room.
''Riders,' guests stumble but recover
Riders in the Sky went contemporary Nashville Saturday night, when the cowboy-music preservationists put on a performance at the Taft Theatre with Music City singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale and `80s-`90s country hit-maker Suzy Bogguss.
Clever Kweller says more in simple songs
If you don't like how a Ben Kweller song sounds, just give it 10 seconds. It's bound to change.
Schuster's acoustics remarkable
DAYTON - You have to hear it to believe it.
Dance Notes: Pros choreograph for CCM shows
The Dance Division at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music is grooming for its annual Ballet Ensemble production, where students perform works by faculty and guest choreographers.
Show puts 'arty' in Tupperware party
COLUMBUS - It may have been the most famous party of the last century.

TASTE
MARTIN: Winemaker is Cider-Man
It's March, and Steve Thomas still is busy tasting and tweaking apple cider in the fragrant back room of his old winery in Madison, Ind.


Serve it this week: Raclette
CONCORD, N.H. - It has been roughly 20 years since I've eaten raclette, a luscious dish of potatoes and pungent melted cheese, but I've always been convinced we had the Germans to thank for this wonderful culinary creation.

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ON THE SAME PAGE
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

SPECIAL
2003 Camp Guide
Find the summer experience that's perfect for your child with our annual guide to hundreds of camps in the Tristate area.

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.

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

Winter Arts Guide
Our best bets and important dates.
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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.