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Updated 6 hours ago
Eager crowds help reopen aquarium
Incredible. Awesome. Beautiful. Fantastic. Amazing. Gorgeous. Phenomenal. Breathtaking. Spectacular. Stunning. Unbelievable.

Updated 6 hours ago
Man who reported abuse told little
A man abused as a boy 14 years ago by a Toledo Catholic priest was not told the priest had admitted to the allegation before he died, the man’s attorney said Friday.

Updated 10 hours ago
Toledo priest a busy speaker
If you’re going to host a lecture series in Toledo, chances are that you’ll want to have the Rev. James J. Bacik as a speaker.

Updated 12 hours ago
CedarCreek succession announced
The Rev. Lee Powell, the founding pastor of CedarCreek Church, which meets at five locations in northwest Ohio, announced on Monday that he and the church elders have chosen the next senior pastor for CedarCreek, and that Pastor Powell will retire sooner than he had planned.

Updated 12 hours ago
Complex play overwhelms symphony
Friday night’s Classics concert in the Peristyle marked the fifth year of collaboration between the Toledo Symphony and Glacity Theatre Collective.

Updated 12 hours ago
Aslan to explore faith for CNN
CNN is looking to a higher power in its quest to get new viewers.

Updated 12 hours ago
Toledo Ballet's 'Alice' stunning
Any classical ballet that can hold an audience of 900 Toledo schoolchildren in thrall for two solid hours on a Friday afternoon has legs.

Updated 12 hours ago
Passover services announced
A variety of services, Seder meals, and other celebrations surrounding the Jewish holiday Pesach, or Passover, are on the schedule from today through April 11. Following the 5 p.m. Friday service at Temple Shomer Emunim, 6453 Sylvania Ave., Sylvania, a family-friendly informal Seder, with brisket, chicken, and matzo-ball soup. Cost is $18, $10 for children 10 and …

Updated 12 hours ago
Cross interpretations exhibit
Trinity Episcopal Church is featuring an art exhibition, “Cross Purposes: The Stations of the Cross,” in its 19th-century Gothic building in connection with holy week, on view Sunday at 6 p.m. and Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nine local artists were asked to interpret one station of the cross each, making them …

Updated 12 hours ago
Religion calendar: 3/28
First Church of Perrysburg holy week: 5:30 p.m. today and 8:45 and 11 a.m. Sunday, Mozart Sonatas nos. 12 and 14 performed by Joanne Kipski. 7 p.m. Maundy Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Holy Saturday April 4, and 8:45 and 11 a.m. Easter Sunday April 5, the Chancel Choir with Toland Kronfield. 200 W. Second St., Perrysburg.

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