‘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
Summaries of recently reviewed area restaurants, in the order in which they were reviewed, with the most recent at the top. To see previous Bill of Fare reviews on the Web, go to toledoblade.com and type “Bill of Fare” into the search
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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.