‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ is awkward, rushed.
Food alone is worth trip, but focus on details is clincher.
The Toledo Symphony opens its 2016-17 classics series this weekend with a performance titled Romeo and Juliet. The program continues the yearlong exploration of music inspired by William Shakespeare in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the
Part of 6-week festival, Hot Glass/Cool Music event.
The Toledo Repertoire Theatre’s latest production, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] is not your English lit teacher’s Shakespeare. And that’s a good thing. The play puts an irreverently witty, modern
Monster Makers: Valentine Theatre Studio A, around the corner from the main entrance; Fri., Sat., 8, Sun., 2. Tickets, $20, from valentinetheatre.com and 419-242-2787. Boom: Bowling Green State University Elsewhere performance, Eva Marie Saint
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Northview's Shane Banachowski uses his head against Anthony Wayne's Austin Sisler. The Sept. 20 soccer game ended tied at 1.
Band/act: Sidekick. Lineup: Pete Nixon guitar/vocals/sequencing; Rick Cline, drums/vocals (both musicians formerly with the Proof). Year formed: 2014. Style of music: Rock, newer country. Sounds a little like: We let the listener decide.