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Buy a virtual ticket, the Toledo Rep is back— online

The Toledo Repertoire Theatre is hosting its first show in months for a virtual audience. The theatre’s Young Rep program will present live performances of Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible beginning July 9. The show will be broadcast online through the Toledo Rep’s official website, with “access passes” to see the performance available for only

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Week of July 2

© Copyright 2020 Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): Aries author Marge Piercy writes, “The people I love the best, jump into work head first without dallying in the shallows.” The Aries people I love best will do just that in the coming days. Now is not the right time to wait around passively, lazily hoping

Made in Toledo Awards

Recognizing Local Craftsmanship. Toledo City Paper celebrates the local makers, small-business owners and inventive entrepreneurs who forge their own path following their creative interests. Nominate crafters, makers, or just general do-ers, in one of six categories— food, drink, home, style, outdoors, or crafts. To nominate: 1. Submit a photo a. of the person you are

Free Will Astrology: Week of June 4

©Copyright 2020 Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): Aries poet Paul Verlaine wrote “Autumn Song” in 1866. It became a well-known French poem, and eventually played a role in a historical turning point. In June 1944, a top-secret British spy organization used the poem as a code to communicate crucial information to the French Resistance,

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Week of May 21

© Copyright 2020 Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): “Excellence does not require perfection,” wrote Aries author Henry James. Now I’m conveying this brilliant counsel to you—just in time for the season when it will make good sense to strive for shining excellence without getting bogged down in a debilitating quest for perfection. Have fun

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY—Week of May 7

© Copyright 2020 Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): According to Aries author and mythologist Joseph Campbell, “The quest for fire occurred not because anyone knew what the practical uses for fire would be, but because it was fascinating.” He was referring to our early human ancestors, and how they stumbled upon a valuable addition