TEMPO STORIES FOR MONDAY, JULY 8, 2002
Pacemaker sends a rhythm to the brain
        Earlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration approved deep brain stimulation commonly called a brain pacemaker, for the general treatment of Parkinson's disease. It had previously been approved for tremor associated with Parkinson's and essential tremor. It's the newest of a group of treatments that apply voltage to affect electrical signals in the brain.

More people needed behind library checkout desks
        ARLINGTON, Va. — Jennifer Stacy never thought about becoming a librarian until she stopped by the library to visit a former professor who worked there.

Arrow in FedEx logo actually makes a point
        Question: “There has been a debate (over) the FedEx logo. There is an arrow ... between the (second) letter "e' and the letter "x.' The challenge has been finding if Federal Express intended to include this arrow in their logo or, as some people believe, the arrow is just a result of the font and spacing of the letters. Furthermore, some people say arrows aren't used to represent speed or promptness.”

Get to it
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ROSEMARY CLOONEY REMEMBERED
Special Section: Rosemary Remembered
        Enquirer coverage of the life and death of the area's beloved singing star.
LIFESTYLES
You won't see 'um, but they will bug you
        My wife and I are snowbirds and have gone to Florida for a few weeks in the winter and early spring for a number of years. Soon after our arrival this year, we knew there was something different and very, very wrong and we want to warn you potential vacationers about it.

FITNESS
Hang loose at 30,000 feet
        Summertime is vacation time, which often means air travel. But traveling by plane also means long stretches without stretching (or any other form of physical activity).

Fit bits
        Start young: Helping children visualize a “healthy plate,” exercise and remain tobacco-free are important strategies to ensure life-long heart health, say new guidelines issued recently by the American Heart Association.

Need for calcium lasts a lifetime
        Three of four adult women don't meet their calcium needs. Calcium is key to keeping your body running smoothly. It is the most abundant mineral in the human body. Calcium is the mineral in your body that makes up your bones and keeps them strong.

ENTERTAINMENT
MIB sequel sets box-office holiday mark
        Men in Black II grabbed fistfuls of little green dollars at the box office as the alien-busting sequel debuted with $54.1 million in its first weekend, slightly more than the original took in.

Michael Jackson criticizes recording industry
        NEW YORK — Multiplatinum singer Michael Jackson, already feuding with his record company, charged Saturday that the recording industry was a racist conspiracy that turns profits at the expense of performers — particularly minority artists.

Rankings for basic cable networks
        Rankings for the top 15 programs on basic cable networks as compiled by Nielsen Media Research for the week of June 24-30. Each ratings point represents 1,055,000 households. Day and start time (EST) are in parentheses.

Severinsen still swings at 75
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TV series hopes to be the one still standing
        STUDIO CITY, Calif. - Diane Burroughs and Joey Gutierrez are starting to build a family. They've got two months to finish the job - from the teenage children to the house in which they all live.

USA Network seeking niche at night
        When you program a cable network that aspires to reach a big, general audience, you have to hope that the broadcast networks overlook some things.

Voices sound good with beer
        “We always get hammered when we play local shows,” said Robert Pollard, lead singer of Dayton's Guided By Voices, at the onset of the band's show at Bogart's Saturday. “And we consider ourselves part of the locality of Greater Cincinnati.”

'Wingfield' returns with rural charm
        Some of you will remember Walt Wingfield (Rod Beattie), the high-powered Toronto CEO-turned-Ontario farmer. Way back in 1994, his first three adventures — made up mostly of comic misadventures — played in rep at Playhouse in the Park.
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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