New deadlines for Where to Go
People often ask how they can have news published on our weekly Where to Go/What to Do page. It's simple: Be precise, be concise, and be aware of our deadline -- which, by the way, is changing.
Beginning with the May 31 edition, items for Where to Go/What to Do must be received at least one week before publication. Submissions must include a location with full address, event date, time, and a telephone number for readers' use. Mail notices to The Vindicator, attention: Where to Go/What to Do, P.O. Box 780, Youngstown 44501-0780; fax them to (330) 747-6712; or e-mail them to email@example.com.
Edsels are back
Local members of The Edsels, the doo-wop group that started in Campbell more than 40 years ago and rose to national fame with the 1961 hit song "Rama Lama Ding Dong," will perform Saturday at University Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif. The Edsels will share the stage with The Classics, The Cleftones, The Jacks, The Monte Carlos, The Spaniels and The Tokens.
Dan Simon, 12, the Sagamore Hills guitarist who played during Buddy Guy's concert last month in Edward W. Powers Auditorium, will be heard Sunday on the "Tangled Up in Blues" weekly program on WNCD-FM Radio 93.3. Hosts Casey Malone and Cornel Bogdan play music by a variety of blues musicians. Dan and his father, Declan, were interviewed by Bogdan, Declan Simon said.
GIRARD -- The Holiday Inn MetroPlex will be the gathering point for two upcoming events.
The Warren-based North East Ohio Gospel Connection Expo will be Jan. 11 and 12. Solo artists, ensembles and choirs may perform for live radio and on a video that will be televised. Photographers, producers, promoters and others who want to have exhibits at the expo may reserve tables now. To register, call (330) 395-6755.
The Mustang Club of America's national car show will take place here in 2002, say representatives of Mahoning Valley Mustangs. More than 350 Mustangs will be on display at the show, which is scheduled for July 12 to 14, 2002. The national club oversees three to five regional shows annually. This will be the club's first national show in Ohio. For information, call local leaders John Hougelman at (330) 448-0215 and Joe Horne at (330) 792-1004.
New home for Price
Megyn Price, co-star of the new Fox sitcom "Grounded for Life," has bought a home in Sherman Oaks for about its $895,000 asking price.
The home has three bedrooms plus maid's quarters and an office in about 3,000 square feet. Built in 1959, the remodeled house also has a pool, spa and valley views.
Price, who plays young mom Claudia Finnerty on "Grounded for Life," was a regular in the casts of the TV series "Lateline" and "Common Law."