YOUNGSTOWN -- Finding downtown destinations will be easier if you use a new map that's being distributed by the Downtown Revitalization Committee.
The poster-size color map pinpoints locations of theaters, museums, restaurants, book stores, libraries and parking lots as well as attractions at and around Youngstown State University.
Downtown Revitalization Committee, a volunteer organization, had 10,000 copies of the map printed to "demonstrate how many wonderful activities and places there are in the downtown-university area," spokeswoman Holly Burnett said.
Maps are available for free at all public libraries in Mahoning County; all Farmer's National Bank branches; Cedar Cafe, 131 W. Commerce St.; Anthony's on the River, 15 Oak Hill Ave.; Beat Coffeehouse, 215 Lincoln Ave., across from Youngstown State University; B & amp;O Station, 530 Mahoning Ave.; Butler Institute of American Art and Mahoning Valley Historical Society, both on Wick Avenue; and YSU Maag Library.
CLEVELAND -- Album collectors will unite at Goldmine magazine's third annual National Record Show from 10 to 9 Aug. 3 and from 10 to 5:30 Aug. 4 in the lobby of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Show admission is free.
Music memorabilia -- including records, posters and imports -- will be displayed, appraised and sold. Goldmine writers will lead discussions on record collecting, rarities, Motown and The Beatles.
The list of bands who will perform at the National Record Show includes psychedelic rock band Poobah. The band is led by guitarist Jim Gustafson, originally of Boardman and now living in Marietta.
Country music benefit
NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- Ronnie Milsap and the Country Knights will perform at the Lawrence County Fraternal Order of Police's first country music benefit at 2 and 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Scottish Rite Cathedral, 110 Lincoln Ave. The FOP supports community and youth organizations. Tickets are $15. Call (724) 654-1717 for information.