TEMPO STORIES FOR SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2004
Remembering The Beatles
Dig out your go-go boots, because Beatlemania has returned to Cincinnati. To commemorate the Beatles' first invasion of the city on Aug. 27, 1964, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is hosting a Fab Four-themed exhibit.
Events go beyond the Beatles exhibit

'Apprentice' applies to Cincinnati
Gear up, Cincinnati. Reality TV is headed back to town for an open casting call.

Contemporary Elegance
Home Style: Interior designer Meg Fiora knew what to expect when she heard her client's home was going to be part of last month's Homearama at Chestnut Hill.
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Summer festival guide
Eat well, make friends and celebrate traditions at churches, riverfronts and parks all season long.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Gay-marriage debate fuels Showtime drama
While the issue of gay marriage has received its share of television news and talk show time, it has been largely absent from TV series - until now.
Blessid drummer promotes solo act
Eddie Hedges, best known as drummer for Blessid Union of Souls, got married, went to Los Angeles a few years ago and is now back in town as a solo Christian act.
On new tour, Incubus vows every show will be different
Incubus has been working at the rock 'n' roll game for so long, they've decided it's time for something different. But luckily for fans, that change doesn't involve band members or musical direction - they're simply switching up their already explosive live set.
'Squeeze Box' actress is off-Broadway bound
Loveland native Ann Randolph is headed for off-Broadway with Oscar winner (and Mrs. Mel Brooks) Anne Bancroft acting as producer.
Copernicus' sun-centered theory shook the universe
In school we are taught that the Earth rotates on its axis once a day and revolves around the Sun once a year. This idea that the Earth is moving can be a confusing concept for both children and adults. I mean, you can't see the Earth moving. You can't feel the Earth moving. Is the Earth moving?
'Lucas' film short finally pays off for 'Sleepover' director
Becoming an overnight success in Hollywood usually takes a lot more than an overnight.
SEEN: BENEFITS AND BASHES
NFL Celebrity Dinner, Hunger Walk
It's been a busy summer of two major events for the FreeStore/FoodBank.
Volunteer Spotlight: Lynda Thomas
You can attend a fund-raiser on any weekend in Cincinnati and chances are you'll see Lynda Thomas. If she's not chairing the event, she's on the committee.
Catching Up
• During the Contemporary Arts Center's Silk and Spice Gala, Alice and Harris Weston received Visionary Awards for their contributions to the arts community.
Up Next
SUNDAY COLUMNISTS
Demaline: Educational Theatre turns 75
Kitty Carlisle Hart will ring up the curtain on Educational Theatre Association's 75th anniversary, a three-day convention July 29-31.
SUNDAY TASTE
Travel-savvy snacks keep kids happy
Bringing food with you is the best way to ensure good nutrition and healthy eating for your children while traveling, says Michelle Gorman, a dietitian for the Albertsons supermarket chain. Not only that, Gorman says, snacks are a great way to keep kids occupied on a long trip.
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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.

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