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50-hour film winners announced
Winners of the Tree City Film Festival's 50-hour Challenge were announced Saturday at a special viewing and award ceremony at the Sylvania Historical Village’s Train Barn.

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Lucia a dream role for Lewek
Dramatic coloratura soprano Kathryn Lewek is no stranger to Toledo Opera audiences. She earned local fandom as Zerlina in Verdi’s powerful Don Giovanni during the company’s 2013 production.

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Humana fest glimses future stage hits
LOUISVILLE — At its best, contemporary theater cauterizes what’s at the top of our Twitter feed: gay marriage, elderly parents slipping into dementia, how we mourn individual and collective loss.

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Local puppets help to save planet
There’s a new guy in town who has people talking — a puppet named Riley who peers into the future and sees the harm human indifference has caused Earth.

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Author of two world views
At 60, Sandra Cisneros is adjusting to life in a picturesque mountain town, putting another book to bed, and keeping herself open to inspiration for what will fill the coming decade. If her December birthday fiesta was an indication, her sixties will be anything but dull.

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Marsalis pair to perform in Toledo
He’s handsome. He’s dapper. He wields a wicked trombone.

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Travelers can find mysteries and spies in London
LONDON — This bustling city showcases itself as cosmopolitan and traditional, rooted and ephemeral, often side by side. If you can’t find your cup of tea in London, you’re just not looking.

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Pulp fiction, hard reality meet in ‘Thieves Fall Out’
“Then, still without a word, he took her in his arms, and it was as if a sudden storm passed over them and into them, carrying them to the bed and gathering momentum till finally it exploded in a flash of lightning, leaving them shaken and content. And Pete knew that it had never been like this before.”

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Coal fueling conflicts around the world
Fierce conflicts over coal are taking place around the globe, but author Richard Martin says the decline and ultimate demise of the fuel that powered the Industrial Revolution is inevitable and cannot be reversed.

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Competition brings family together
PEMBERVILLE — Barb Klee has 10,000 reasons to bring her family together for the reunion of a lifetime.




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