TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2004|
| Slave pen focal point
of Freedom Center
From a Northern Kentucky field
to the Freedom Center, the 1830s log house tells its
story to generations. This is the Enquirer's exclusive look at a piece of history.
isn't such a leap
Zak Morgan won't name names. He's too nice a guy to denigrate the competition.
But the Cincinnati-bred musician is definitely the anti-Barney, a children's
performer who refuses to talk down to his audience.
Here's your chance to play Cupid.
Forget the arrows; this is as easy as clicking a computer mouse.
The Enquirer, Channel 9,
and Cincinnati.Com need your help to set up two eligible Tristate singles
for a special Valentine's Day blind date.
'Romeo & Juliet'
ballet demands acting, emotion|
In classical ballets, tragic love looms large. And ever since Sergei Prokofiev's
heartrending music for Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet was scored in 1935,
choreographers have been drawn to its doomed lovers like bees to a poisoned hive.
Mom' makes 'Nunsense'
Kristin Clippard is a veteran of the Florida Shakespeare Festival, and locally
you may have spotted her on stage with Ovation or Stage First. She writes and
directs plays and teaches for CCM's Preparatory Department at University of Cincinnati.
Lines' brings short works alive
Trust an alternative theater to deliver an "alternative" Valentine. Dead Lines is
a collection of original works inspired by "grateful dead folktales" (yes, that's
where the band name came from). It opens Thursday, continuing through
Valentine's Day weekend and until Feb. 22 under the banner of Performance Gallery
at the Columbia Performance Center (3900 Eastern Ave.)
league, council to meet
The League of Cincinnati Theatres will host a meet 'n' greet with Cincinnati
City Council's arts committee - chairman Jim Tarbell, John Cranley and Christopher
Smitherman - and invite artists, administrators and fans to join them from 6
to 8 p.m. Monday in the courtyard at Arnold's Bar & Grill (210 E. Eighth St.,
downtown) to let arts advocacy voices be heard. Cash bar.
present delicious taste of musical cabaret in 'Footlights'
If you've been looking for someone to harmonize with on Victorian era favorites
like "She's Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage ...," along with Broadway-style hits
like "New York, New York," add Cincinnati Enquirer's Footlights to your
awards: Inclusion Network
The Inclusion Network, a nonprofit organization that promotes the inclusion of
people with disabilities in all aspects of life, had its ninth annual Leadership
Awards at the Albert B. Sabin Cincinnati Convention Center, downtown. More than
1,000 guests attended the event, honoring those in the community who believe
in inclusion and engage in inclusive practices.
on the Rocks: Hearing Speech & Deaf Center
Fashion on the Rocks@Clau was the first young professionals' event and auction
of the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati.
Roger P. Slagle Memorial Fund
Oldenburg Brewery in Fort Mitchell was site of a benefit for the Roger P. Slagle
history flavors her cookbooks
It was about a decade ago that Carolyn Quick Tillery married two of her passions
- history and food - to create a "pick up and go" career for herself. She's a
law school graduate retired from the Air Force, and husband J.R. is an Air Force
colonel who is regularly reassigned around the world.
What's the difference between dark chocolate and white chocolate?
Sex and the City poll|
As Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte clean out their closets, we want to know how they have affected your life.
Tell us about your DIY disasters|
The new show, Broken House Chronicles on the Discovery Channel Thursdays, tracks two roommates through their sometimes-funny, always-frustrating home-repair disasters. What about you?
Get real advice from a regular guy|
Answers to your burning questions about relationships, getting ahead, life's little mysteries and the world in general - introducing "Dear Doug."
Local Music Theater Arts
S P E C I A L R E P O R T: E X T R E M E C H O I C E S|
Suffering children, desperate parents
Thousands of parents with severely ill children face decisions most of us cannot imagine, as cash-strapped states are slashing Medicaid and cutting off families who desperately need help. This series examines those extreme choices and the families who are making them.
Fit City: 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.
Our weekly guide to computers, the Web and the latest gadgets.
Music lovers toast Cammy winners|
A sold-out crowd of more than 1,110 local music lovers packed Jillian's for the seventh annual Enquirer Pop Music Awards (the Cammys). See who won.
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.