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Published: Thu, April 28, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



The Sources

Ticketmaster: Kaufmann's in Eastwood, Southern Park and Shenango Valley malls; and Giant Eagle stores in Austintown, Calcutta and New Castle. Call (330) 747-1212, (724) 323-1919 or (800) 366-1212. Web address is www.Ticketmaster.com

Tickets.com: Call (800) 766-6048. Outlet in Tops supermarkets on U.S. Route 422, Niles, and at 2425 N. River Road, Warren.

Tonight

COMEDY

Harland Williams, 8, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

LECTURES

Mary Schiller Myers Lecture Series in conjunction with American New Music Festival, TBA, University of Akron. (330) 972-2199 for more information.

"Patronizing the Arts" by Marjorie Gerber, 4:30, Baker-Nord Center at 309 Clark Hall, 11130 Bellflower Road, Case Western Reserve University. (216) 368-0528.

MUSIC

Concert Band/James Berry Conductor, 8, Swope Recital Hall, Slippery Rock University. (724) 738-4863.

Festival Convocation with Guest Artists, 1:10, University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

Keynote Address, Shulamit Ran, Festival Concert #1, The University of Akron New Music Ensemble featuring the chamber music of Shulamit Ran, 8, University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

"Pops Goes British" by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jack Everly, 7:30, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. (412) 392-4900.

NIGHTLIFE

Boilermaker Jazz Band, 9:30, The Cabaret at Theater Square, Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.

ONSTAGE

"Mamma Mia!," 7:30, E.J. Thomas Hall, University of Akron, 198 Hill St. (330) 972-7570.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 7:30, Weathervane Community Playhouse, 1301 Weathervane Lane, Akron. (330) 836-2626.

"Dancing at Lughnasa," 7:30, Beeghley Theater, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7241 or hendriee@westminster.edu

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Europe, 8, House of Blues, Music Hall, Cleveland. Ticketmaster.

Winard Harper Sextet, 8, Nightown, 12387 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights. (216) 795-0550.

Joe Augustine Trio, 8:15, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Greenville, Pa. (724) 588-8870.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Films: "Goupi Mains Rouges (It Happened At The Inn)," 7, "The Nomi Song," 9:05, The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. (216) 421-7450.

"Giving Voice: A Reading By Students From Area Schools," presented by Wick Poetry Center, 7, University Auditorium, Kent State. (330) 672-2067.

"Rockin' in the Ring" professional boxing debuts of Mickey, Jr. and Cortez Bey - official weigh-in and press conference, 4, Hilton Garden Inn, 1100 Carnegie Ave., Downtown Cleveland.

Friday

COMEDY

Harland Williams, 7:30 & amp; 10:15, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

DANCES

Phil Dirt & amp; the Dozers, 8:30, Kuzman's, 1025 S. State St., Girard. (330) 545-8521 or (330) 545-8995. Reservations required.

Tom Begeot, 8:30, Hubbard V.F.W., 910 W. Liberty St., Hubbard. (330) 534-9775.

LECTURES

Mary Schiller Myers Lecture Series in conjunction with American New Music Festival, TBA, University of Akron. (330) 972-2199 for more information.

Dr. Edwin R. Delfs Memorial Lecture in Earth Sciences: Dinosaurs, 7 p.m., Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, Cleveland. (216) 231-4600 or (800) 317-9155.

Nature Artist Terry Isaac, 7, Gallery One, 7003 Center St., Mentor. (440) 255-1200.

MUSIC

Festival Concert #2 The University of Akron Symphony Orchestra, 8, Universtiy of Akron, Gussetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

"Pops Goes British" by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jack Everly, 8, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. (412) 392-4900.

Secret Garden, 8, Ohio Theatre, Playhouse Square Center, Cleveland. (216) 241-6000 or (800) 766-6048.

"Celebrate the Seniors" Concert by the Westminster College Instrumental Ensembles, 7:30, Will W. Orr Auditorium, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7279.

"Cabaret Night," 8, Russell Wright Alumni House, Slippery Rock University. (724) 738-2451.

NIGHTLIFE

Dazzle, 10, Down The Hatch, 3101 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. (330) 799-3449.

DJ Mikie B, 9, Davidson's Restaurant, 3636 Canfield Road, Canfield. (330) 793-0033.

Live Music TBA, 10, Cedar's Lounge, 23 N. Hazel St., Youngstown. (330) 743-6560.

The First Degree, 9:30, The Fireplace Restaurant, 2075 E. Western Reserve Road, Poland. (330) 757-4043.

Hoodwink, 10, Irish Bob's Pub, 3602 South Ave., Youngstown. (330) 519-7207.

Henry Shapiro Swing Dancing, 9:30 & amp; 10:30, The Cabaret at Theater Square, Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.

Dorals, 9:30, JW's Other Club, Radisson Hotel Sharon, Route 18 at I-80, West Middlesex, Pa. (724) 528-2501.

The Hern Brothers, 10, Bobby D's, 914 E. Midlothian Ave., Youngstown. (330) 782-1090.

Buffett Reunion w/Tom Todd, 7, Quaker Steak & amp; Lube, Sharon, Pa. (724) 981-3123.

The Total Package Band, 10, Studio West Nite Club, Rt. 422, Niles. (330) 369-6218.

Conestoga, 10, dance lessons, 7, The Dusty Armadillo, 3147 St. Rt. 44, Rootstown. (330) 325-0647.

The Wild Geese, 9:30, Harp & amp; Fiddle, 2329 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh. (412) 642-6622.

The Gore Gore Girls w/Missle Toe & amp; Lords of the Highway, 8, The Lime Spider, 207 S. Main St., Akron. (330) 762-2350 or www.thelimespider.com.

Mark Deershaw, 9, The Lake Tavern, 6071 St. Rt. 46, Mecca. (330) 637-1971.

ONSTAGE

Improvography II starring Savion Glover, 7:30, Palace Theater, Playhouse Square, Cleveland. (216) 241-6000 or (800) 766-6048.

"Mamma Mia!," 8, E.J. Thomas Hall. (330) 972-7570.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 8, Oakland Center for the Arts, 220 W. Boardman St., Youngstown. (330) 746-0404.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 8, Weathervane Community Playhouse, 1301 Weathervane Lane, Akron. (330) 836-2626.

"Barefoot in the Park," 8, Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market St., Alliance. (330) 821-8712 or www.carnationcityplayers.org.

"For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf," 7, Cultural Center Educational Center, 1014 Cleveland Ave., N.W., Canton. (330) 456-7397.

"Legacy," 8, Oscar Ritchie Hall, Kent Campus, (330) 672-2300.

"Clue, The Musical," 7, Liberty High School Auditorium, Liberty. (330) 533-8789.

"Dancing at Lughnasa," 7:30, Beeghley Theater, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7241 or hendriee@westminster.edu

"Morning's at Seven," 8:15, Meadville Community Theatre, 400 North Main St., Meadville, Pa. (814) 333-1773 or www.MCTbackstage.com.

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Greg Brown, 8, Kent State, 175 East Main St, Kent. (330) 677-5005.

Edwin McCain with Aslyn, 7:30, House of Blues, Music Hall, Cleveland. Ticketmaster.com.

Trizzo, 9:30 p.m., The Basement Beachland Ballroom, 15711 Waterloo, Cleveland. (216) 383-1124.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Films: "Bear Cub," 7:30, "Los Olvidados," 9:30, The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. (216) 421-7450.

Nature Artist Terry Isaac opens exhibit of his work, 6-9 p.m., Gallery One, 7003 Center St., Mentor. (440) 255-1200.

"Rockin' in the Ring" professional boxing debuts of Mickey, Jr. and Cortez Bey, 6:30, Wolstein Center, Downtown Cleveland.

Saturday

CHILDREN

"Pinocchio" by Youngstown Playhouse Youth Theater, 2, Youngstown Playhouse, 600 Playhouse Lane (off Glenwood Ave.). (330) 788-8739.

COMEDY

Harland Williams, 7:30 & amp; 10:15, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

Dave Attell, 7:30, Byham Theater, 101 Sixth St., Pittsburgh. (412) 456-1350.

DANCES

Rockin' Chair Country Band, 8, Mahoning Valley Grange, 4649 Skyhill Road, Edinburg, Pa. (724) 964-8171.

Del Sinchak, 8:30, Kuzman's, 1025 S. State St., Girard. (330) 545-8521.

Roadwork, 9, Hubbard V.F.W., 910 W. Liberty St., Hubbard. (330) 534-9775.

LECTURES

Mary Schiller Myers Lecture Series in conjunction with American New Music Festival, TBA, University of Akron. (330) 972-2199 for more information.

"Faith and Power: Meaning in Christian Art in the Middle Ages," 10:30-noon, Cleveland Museum of Art. www.ClevelandArt.org or (888) CMA-0033.

MUSIC

Concert performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" by Warren Philharmonic Orchestra with guest performer Austin Pendleton and Festival chorus, 8, W.D. Packard Music Hall, 1704 Mahoning Ave. N.W., Warren. (330) 841-2931.

"Pops Goes British" by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jack Everly, 8, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. (412) 392-4900.

Festival Concert #3 The Composers Forum, University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

Shenango Valley Chorale performs "An Anniversary of Choral Music," 7:30, First United Methodist Church, Sharon.

Westminster Jazz Ensemble, 7:30, Berlin Lounge of the McKelvey Campus Center, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7279

NATURE

Rockin Robin: Bird Song Workshop, 9am, Donald W. Meyer Center, Big Creek Park, 9160 Robinson Road, Chardon. (440) 286-9516.

NIGHTLIFE

Happy Mon Band, 10, Down The Hatch, 3101 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. (330) 799-3449.

My Sister The Sun, 10, Cedar's Lounge, 23 N. Hazel St., Youngstown. (330) 743-6560.

Desperado, 10, Papa Louie's Motocross Cafe, 7172 Warren-Sharon Rd., Brookfield. (330) 448-2242.

Manhattan, 9:30, The Fireplace, 2075 E. Western Reserve Rd., Poland. (330) 757-4042.

The First Degree, 9, 914 E. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown. (330) 782-1090.

Total Package Band, 10, Armando's in PA, Rochester, Pa. (724) 774-9752.

Clare Ascani, 9:30 & amp; 10:30, The Cabaret at Theater Square, Pittsburgh. (412) 456-6666.

Driving Force, 10, Irish Bob's Pub, 3602 South Ave., Youngstown. (330) 519-7207.

Manhattan, 9:30, The Fireplace Restaurant, 2075 E. Western Reserve Rd., Poland. (330) 757-4043.

Vegas, 10, JW's Other Club, Radisson Hotel Sharon, Route 18 at I-80, West Middlesex, Pa. (724) 528-2501.

Triple Threat, 10, American Legion Post 290, State Route 14, Columbiana. (330) 482-9657.

Ke-Nip-Shen, 10, Victory Lane Lounge, 200 Cleveland Ave., Warren. (330) 847-2233.

The Hern Brothers, 10, Salty Grogs, South Avenue, Youngstown. (330) 726-6090.

The Shagadelics, 10, Hammer Jacks, 3405 Mahoning Ave., Warren. (330) 847-8001.

Dream Maker, 9, Davidson's Restaurant, 3636 Canfield Road, Canfield. (330) 793-0033.

That Sixties Band, 10, Club Leon's, Rt 46, Howland. (330) 856-3627 or thatsixties@aol.com.

Damian Knapp, 10, The Dash Inn, 2716 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. (330) 793-5030.

The HouseBand, 10, The IceHouse Inn, 5516 W. Webb Rd., Austintown. (330) 544-8800

Conestoga, 9, The Dusty Armadillo, 3147 St. Rt. 44, Rootstown. (330) 325-0647.

HD Rider, 9:30, Six Packs, 3708 Ellwood Rd., New Castle. (724) 924-9724.

House Arrest, 9, Grandpa's Lounge, St. Rt. 46, Niles. (330) 652-1256.

Yesterdaz, 9, The Lake Tavern, 6071 St. Rt. 46, Mecca. (330) 637-1971.

ONSTAGE

"Mamma Mia!," 2 and 8, E.J. Thomas Hall. (330) 972-7570.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 8, Oakland Center for the Arts. (330) 746-0404.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 8, Weathervane Community Playhouse, 1301 Weathervane Lane, Akron. (330) 836-2626.

"Barefoot in the Park," 8, Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market St., Alliance. (330) 821-8712 or www.carnationcityplayers.org.

"Legacy," 8, Oscar Ritchie Hall, Kent Campus, (330) 672-2300.

"Dancing at Lughnasa," 7:30, Beeghley Theater, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7241 or hendriee@westminster.edu

"Morning's at Seven," 8:15, Meadville Community Theatre, 400 North Main St., Meadville, Pa. (814) 333-1773 or www.MCTbackstage.com.

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Richie Havens, 8, Kent State, 175 East Main St, Kent. (330) 677-5005.

Trashcan Sinatras, New Planet Trampoline, The Scrapes, 9, Grog Shop, Cleveland. (216) 321-5588.

Okkervil River w/Earlimart, 8, Grog Shop, Cleveland. (216) 321-5588.

The Dark Star Orchestra, 9, Odeon Concert Club, Cleveland. (888) 633-6688 or Ticketmaster.

Badfish, A Sublime Tribute Act with Evenflow, A Pearl Jam Trubute Act, 7:30, House of Blues, Music Hall, Cleveland. Ticketmaster.com.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Civil War Encampment, 10-5, Old Stone House, Slippery Rock. (724) 738-4863.

Films: "It's Easier For A Camel...," 5:30, "Los Olvidados," 7:40, "Bear Cub," 9:30, The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. (216) 421-7450.

Nature Artist Terry Isaac opens exhibit of his work, 1-5 p.m., Gallery One, 7003 Center St., Mentor. (440) 255-1200.

Performance Car Show, noon, Quaker Steak & amp; Lube, Sharon, Pa. (724) 981-3123.

2nd Annual Ashville Viking Festival, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Ashville Ohio Community Park. www.ashvillevikingfest.com.

SPORTS

Atlantic Indoor Football League, "Canton Legends," TBA, Canton Civic Center. (330)489-3090 or www.cantonciviccenter.com.

Sunday

CHILDREN

"Pinocchio" by Youngstown Playhouse Youth Theater, 2, Youngstown Playhouse. (330) 788-8739.

Balto: The Dog That Saved Nome Alaska, 1 & amp; 3, The Cleveland Playhouse, 8500 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. (216) 795-7000 or (800) 278-1274.

COMEDY

Harland Williams, 7:30, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

Bob Newhart, 3, Palace Theatre, Cleveland. www.playhousesquare.com.

DANCES

Bob Turcola Orch., 3-7, SNPJ Recreation Center, 270 Martin Rd., Enon Valley, Pa. (877) 767-5732.

POPP & amp; TBA, 4-8, Avon Oaks Ballroom, 1401 N. State ST., Girard. (330) 545-8974.

LECTURES

Mary Schiller Myers Lecture Series in conjunction with American New Music Festival, TBA, University of Akron. (330) 972-2199 for more information.

MUSIC

Men's & amp; Women's Ensembles, 4, Swope Recital Hall, Slippery Rock University. (724) 738-4863.

Festival Concert #4 The Cleveland Composers Guild, 8, University of Akron, Sandefur Theatre, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

"Pops Goes British" by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jack Everly, 2:30, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. (412) 392-4900.

Shenango Valley Chorale performs "An Anniversary of Choral Music," 2:30 p.m., Hickory High School auditorium, Hermitage, Pa.

NATURE

Annual Spring Bird Walks, Eldon Russell Park, 7:30am, Geauga Park. (440) 286-9516.

Birds & amp; Blooms on Horseback, 1, Headwaters Park, Rt. 608 parking area, 13365 Old State Rd., Huntsbug Twp., (440) 286-9516.

Wildflower Folklore on the Eagle Trail, 2, Headwaters Park, Rt 322 parking area, Claridon Twp., (440) 286-9516.

NIGHTLIFE

Gogol Bordello w/Mad Happy, 8, The Lime Spider, 207 S Main Street, Akron. (330) 762-2350 or www.thelimespider.com.

ONSTAGE

"Mamma Mia!" 2 and 7:30, E.J. Thomas Hall. (330) 972-7570.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 2:30, Oakland Center for the Arts. (330) 746-0404.

"The Tale of the Allergist's Wife," 2:30, Weathervane Community Playhouse, 1301 Weathervane Lane, Akron. (330) 836-2626.

"Barefoot in the Park," 2:30, Firehouse Theater, 450 E. Market St., Alliance. (330) 821-8712 or www.carnationcityplayers.org.

"Legacy," 3, Oscar Ritchie Hall, Kent Campus, (330) 672-2300.

"Dancing at Lughnasa," 2:30, Beeghley Theater, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (724) 946-7241 or hendriee@westminster.edu

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Bill Frisell (Guitar)/Unspeakable Orchestra, 7:30, Mercyhurst College, Erie. (814) 824-3000.

Freddy Cole Quartet, 5 & amp; 7, Nighttown, 12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights. (216) 795-0550.

Leon Redbone at the Third Anniversary Concert, 7, Kent Stage, 175 East Main St, Kent. (330) 677-5005. Rescheduled from Mar. 26.

SPECIAL EVENTS

2nd Annual Ashville Viking Festival, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Ashville Ohio Community Park. www.ashvillevikingfest.com.

Films: "It's Easier For A Camel...," 4, "Game Over: Kasparov And The Machine," 7, "The Nomi Song," 8:50, The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque. (216) 421-7450.

Corvette Show, 1, Quaker Steak & amp; Lube, Sharon, Pa. (724) 981-3123.

"Silk Scarf Marbling," 1-4, Ashtabula Arts Center. (440) 964-3396.

Libby Hellmann, Cara Black, & amp; William Kent Krueger, 3, Joseph-Beth Booksellers

Monday

MUSIC

"Pops Goes British" by Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra with conductor Jack Everly, 8, Scottish Rite Cathedral, 110 E. Lincoln Ave., New Castle, Pa. (800) 743-8560.

Concert Choir, 8, University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Freddy Cole Quartet, 7 & amp; 9, Nighttown, 12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights. (216) 795-0550.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Tom "Tom E Boy" King, 6, Holiday Inn Metroplex, 1620 Motor Inn Drive, Girard, (330) 759-0606 or www.HolidayInnMetroplex.com.

Tuesday

COMEDY

Ted Alexandro, 8, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

MUSIC

The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra, 8, Miller Auditorium, Slippery Rock University. (724) 738-2091.

Goldina & amp; Loumbrozo, 8, Pre-concert lecture at 7, E.J. Thomas Hall, The University of Akron. (330) 972-7570.

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Todd Rundgren with Joe Jackson and Ethel, 8, State Theatre, Playhouse Square, Cleveland. www.playhousesquare.com, (216) 241-6000 or (800) 766-6048.

Ali Ryerson-Steve Rudolph Duo, 7, Nightown, 12387 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights. (216) 795-0550.

Tift Merritt, 8, House of Blues, 308 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. (216) 523-2583 or www.hob.com.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Stewart Copeland, 7, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland. (216) 241-5555.

Wednesday

COMEDY

Ted Alexandro, 8, Hilarities 4th St Theatre, 2035 East 4th St., Cleveland. (216) 736-4242.

LECTURES

Hunting for Early Hominid Fossils in Ethiopia's Afar Desert: Results and Prospects of a Paleoanthropological Exploration (2002-2004), 7, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, University Circle, Cleveland. (216) 231-4600.

An Evening with Murray Lerner, 7, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland. (216) 515-8444 or www.rockhall.com.

MUSIC

Guitar Ensemble, 8, University of Akron, Guzzetta Hall. (330) 972-7591.

Intensive String Quartet Seminar Gala Concert at CIM, 7, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland. (216) 791.5000

NATURE

"Springtime Splendor" Basket Workshop, 6:30-8:30pm, Great Blue Heron Lodge, The Rookery, 10110 Cedar Rd., Munson Twp., (440) 286-9516.

ONSTAGE

"Rachel Carson Saves the Day!" (Shakespeare-in-the-Schools production), TBA, Henry Heymann Theatre, Stephen Foster Memorial, Forbes and Bigelow, University of Pittsburgh. (412) 624-7529.

POP, ROCK, JAZZ

Cleveland State University Jazz Ensemble, 8, Drinko Hall, Cleveland State University. (216) 687-5100.

Ryan Adams with Rachael Yamagata, 8, House of Blues, Music Hall, Cleveland. Ticketmaster.

Ali Ryerson-Steve Rudolph Duo, 7, Nightown, 12387 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights. (216) 795-0550.

SPECIAL EVENTS

"Rachel Carson Saves the Day!," Shakespeare in the Schools field trip matinees for the Pitt Repertory Theatre production, 10 a.m., Henry Heyman Theatre, University of Pittsburgh. (412) 624-3459.

Ongoing

ART

Allen Memorial Art Museum, 87 North Main St., Oberlin College, Oberlin. "Jim Dine, some drawings," through July 17. Tues.-Sat., 10-5; Sun., 1-5. (440) 775-8665 or www.oberlin.edu/allenart.

Andy Warhol Museum, General Robinson and Sandusky streets, Pittsburgh. "Seeing Double: 10 Encounters with Warhol," through May 1; "10 Great Warhols," through May 15; "Youth Invasion," May 6-Jun. 5; "95th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual Exhibition," May 14-Jun. 12; "John Waters: Change of Life," May 21-Sept. 4; "Georgia O'Keefe and Andy Warhol," Oct. 7-Dec. 31; "General Idea Editions," Oct. 7-Dec. 31. 10-10, Fri., 10-5 other days (closed Mondays). (412) 237-8300.

Butler Institute of American Art Salem Branch, 343 E. State St., Salem. 11-4, Wed.-Sat. (330) 332-8213.

Butler Institute of American Art Trumbull Branch, 9350 E. Market St., Howland. 11-4, Wed.-Sun. (330) 609-9900.

Butler Institute of American Art, 524 Wick Ave., Youngstown. "Michael Hardesty: New Installations," through Jun. 26; 11-4, Tues. and Thur.-Sat., 11-8, Wed., noon-4, Sun. (330) 743-1711.

Carnegie Museum of Art, 4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh. 2004 Carnegie International, through Apr. 3, 10-5, Tues.-Sat., noon-5, Sun. (412) 688-8690.

Cedars Cafe, 131 West Commerce St., Youngstown. Pig Iron Literary & amp; Art Works, 2nd Tues. of each month through 2005. (330) 747-6932.

Cleveland Institute of Art Reinberger Galleries, 11001 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. Senior Thesis Shows, May 2-8; Student Spring Design Show, April 19-22; Society of North American Goldsmiths Exhibition, June 22-July 29. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9-5. (216) 421-7407. www.cia.edu.

Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd."Illuminated Manuscript Installation," in Gallery 216, through Oct. 2; "Masterworks from The Phillips Collection," through May 29. 10-5, Tues., Thur., Sat.-Sun. and 10-9, Wed. and Fri.; adult class, Beginning Watercolor., begins Apr. 7-May 19, 9:30-noon. Exhibition of works by Michael Borremans from May 22-Sept. 4. (216) 421-7340.

College of Wooster Art Museum, 1101 North Bever St., Wooster. "Reality Tales" a mixed-media photography exhibition shown with "Artists' Books" an assortment of unique books, through May 15. Hours: Tues.-Fri., 10:30-4:30; Sat.-Sun., 1-5. (330) 263-2388 or www.wooster.edu/artmuseum.

Contessa Gallery, Legacy Village, 24667 Cedar Road, Lyndhurst. "Drawn with Light: French Photography from the Cleveland Museum of Art" through Jun. 8. (216) 382-7800.

Cortland Branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, 212 North High Street. Maplewood High school students and 3rd grade students will have artwork and poetry on display through April. (330) 638-6335.

Crandall Art Gallery, Mount Union College, Alliance, 8am-9pm, Mon.-Fri., 1-6, Sat.-Sun., (330) 823-6063.

Emily Davis Gallery, Folk Hall, Myers School of Art, University of Akron, 150 E. Exchange St., Akron. Man and Beast, Part II featuring Mark Mothersbaugh, Claus Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, Jud Yalkut and many others. through April 27, Hours: Mon, Tue., Fri., Sat. 10-5; Wed.-Thur. 10-9, closed Sun. (330) 972-8278.

Gallery 164, Slippery Rock University College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, 1 Morrow Way, Slippery Rock. Senior Project Exhibitions, through May 6; 10-7, Mon.-Thur., 10-6, Fri., 10-5, Sat. (724) 738-4863.

Gallery One, 7003 Center St., Mentor. Works of Terry Isaac, from April 29-May 25, Mon-Thurs. and Sat., 10-6, Fri., 10-9. (440) 255-1200, (800) 621-1141 or www.galleryone.com.

Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland. "Body Worlds 2 by Gunther von Hagens, through May 25, Sun.-Wed., 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Thur.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. From May 26-Sept. 18, 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. every day. (216) 694-2000.

Hiram College Frohring Art Gallery, Dean Street, Hiram. 9-4:30 weekdays. (330) 569-5291.

Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, 124 E. Leasure Ave., New Castle, Pa. "2005 Hoyt Regional Juried Art Exhibition," through May 20, 10-8, Tues. and Thur., 10-5, Wed., Fri. and Sat. (724) 652-2882.

Kent State University Museum, "Dyed in the Wool: Felt & amp; Wearable Art by Horst," through May 15; "Origin and Synthesis: Selected Weavings" by Janice Lessman-Moss, through Aug. 7; "The Right Chemistry: Colors in Fashion 1704-1918," through Feb. 19, 2006; "Allegory and Symbol: Chinese Robes in the Kent State University Museum Collection," through Oct. 23; "From the Riches of Ohio's Soil: Cambridge Glass," ongoing; "Yves Saint Laurent," through Oct. 16, 2004. 10-4:45, Wed., Fri. & amp; Sat., 10-8:45, Thurs., noon-4:45, Sun. (330) 672-3450 or www.kent.edu/museum

Keny Galleries, Art Exhibition, 10-6, Mon.- Fri. & amp; by appointment, Columbus. (614) 464-1228. The Art of Collecting & amp; Mary Cassatt, May 6-31; Betsey Defusco & amp; Rod Bouc, June 3-30; Selected American historic paintings and works on paper, July-August.

Mattress Factory, 500 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh. "New Installations, Artists in Residence: Cuba," through Apr. 24. (412) 231-3169.

Mill Creek MetroParks Weller Gallery, inside D.D. and Velma Davis Education and Visitor Center, Fellows Riverside Gardens, McKinley Avenue, Youngstown. 10-5, Tues.-Sun. (330) 740-7116.

Roberta's Gallery of Fine Arts, 8 S. Main St., Columbiana. "Masters" fine art collection including Picasso, Salvadore Dali and Peter Max through May. 10-4, Tues.-Sat. (330) 482-4522.

The Sculpture Center, 1834 East 123rd St., Cleveland. Mon.-Fri. 10-4, Sat. noon-4. (216) 229-6527 or www.sculpturecenter.org.

Slippery Rock University, 201 Old Main, Slippery Rock, Pa. Kaleidoscope Arts Festival, regional outdoor sculpture exhibit, through Apr. 24; Gallery 164, senior arts project exhibits, Apr. 18-24. (724) 738-4854.

Studio of 5 Rings, 2400 Superior Ave., Cleveland. William Chill's Collection, Apr. 30 through June 1, (216) 771-0830.

Taft Museum of Art, 316 Pike St., Cincinnati. James McNeil Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery, through May 22, 11-8, Tues., Wed., Fri., 10-8, Thur., 10-8, Sat., noon-5, Sun. (513) 241-0343.

Tarter/Miller Gallery, Kent State University Museum, Kent. "Fifth Annual National Juried Cup Show," April 27-June 11, Wed., Fri., Sat. 10-4:45; Thurs. 10-8:45; Sun. noon-4:45. www.kent.edu/museum.

Trumbull Art Gallery, 196-198 E. Market St., Warren. Celebration! Art Show, noon-4, Tues-Sat., (330) 395-4876.

Village Gallery, 115 E. Neshanock Ave., New Wilmington, Pa. 11-5, Tues., Wed. and Fri., 11-7, Thur., 10-4, Sat., and by appointment. (724) 946-9181.

Westminster Gallery, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa. Hours: 8 a.m.-9 p.m., weekdays and noon-9, Sun. (724) 946-7266.

Wood Street Galleries, 601 Wood St., Pittsburgh. 11-6, Tues. and Wed., 11-7, Thur.-Sat. (412) 471-5605.

Youngstown State University McDonough Museum of Art, One University Plaza. 69th Annual Student Juried Exhibition, through Apr. 22; Graduating Senior Show II, May 6-20 (reception, 6-8 p.m. May 6). 11-4, Tues. and Thur.-Sat. and 11-8, Wed. (330) 941-1400.

CHILDREN

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, 10 Children's Way, Making America's Music, through May 12, Hours are noon-5, Sun., 10-5 other days. (412) 697-0122.

Children's Museum of the Valley, 139 E. Boardman St., Youngstown. Hours are 10-4:30, Tues.-Sat. and 1-4:30, Sun. Free admission, 5-8 p.m. first Wed. of each month. (330) 744-5914.

COMEDY

Cleveland Improv, 2000 Sycamore St., Cleveland. (216) 696-4677 or www.improv.com.

DANCES

Avon Oaks Ballroom, U.S. Route 422, Girard. Dancing with DJ Marc Anthony, 8-11:30 p.m., Fri.; country line dancing and lessons, 6:30-10:30, Tues.; Austie's Combo, 8-11:30, Wed. (330) 545-8974.

Hubbard VFW, 710 W. Liberty St. Basic swing dance classes, 6, Mon.; lessons in intermediate and advanced swing, Lindy hop, salsa, Latin, hustle and smooth, 7-9:30, Mon. (330) 534-9775.

Judy Conti Dance Studio, Wedgewood Plaza, New and Raccoon Roads, Austintown. Meet Me on the Dance Floor, Swing, cha-cha, hustle and waltz lessons, 7-8, Mon., Tues. and Thur. (330) 727-6312 or (330) 788-7474. Kuzman's, 1025 S. State St., Girard. Jitterbug Dancing, 8, Wed. (330) 545-8521.

Maples, 3147 State Route 44, Rootstown. Country line dancing, 7, Fri. (330) 325-0647.

The Skate Connection, 7080 Tiffany Blvd., Boardman. Ballroom Dancing hosted by Fred Astaire, Saturday Nights 8:30-11, Group Class 7:30-8:30. (330) 788-3200.

Youngstown Maennerchor, 831 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. Hustle and West Coast swing dancing, 7-11, Tues. (330) 518-7658.

NATURE

Akron Fossils & amp; Science Center and Truassic Park, 2080 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road, Copely. 10-7, Tues.-Sat., (330) 665-DINO.

Carnegie Science Center, One Allegheny Ave., Pittsburgh. Rangos Omnimax Theater: "Ghost of the Abyss," through June, "Forces of Nature," through June. Exhibitions: "Jelly Belly, Candy Unwrapped,"May 28 through September 5, "Titanic Science: The Real Artifacts, The True Stories," through May 1, "Miniature Railroad and Village," through June, "Maze of Illusions," April 30-May 29, in tent outside Carnegie Science Center. Laser Floyd Fest 2005, May 7, Tribute band Pink Noise, Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium. Permanent Exhibits include UPMC Sports Work, Exploration Station and Exploration Station Junior, SciQuest and SeaScape. Far Out Space Places, Stars Over Pittsburgh, The Sky Above Mister Rogers Neighborhood, Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium: (412) 237-3400 or www.CarnegieScienceCenter.org.

Carnegie Science Center's Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium, Pittsburgh. "Far Out Space Places," "Ringworld," "Stars Over Pittsburgh," "The Sky Above Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and "SkyWatch" Sessions on Clear Saturday evenings. "Listen to the Whales," 7, Fri. and Sat.; New Laser Fantasy Shows, Fri. and Sat. through April: "Mystery of Time," 7, "Aerosmith and Guns N Roses," 8, "Metallica," 10, "Midnight Floyd," midnight. (412) 237-3336.

Cleveland Botanical Garden, 11030 East Blvd. 10-5, daily. (216) 721-1600.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, 3900 Wildlife Way (off Fulton Parkway). 10-5, daily. (216) 661-6500.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, University Circle. Dinosaur Discovery Center, through May 30; Theodatus Garlick: Father of the American Fish Culture, through Apr. 30; Spring Nature Art Show, through Jul. 27; Hummingbirds: Jewels in the Sky, through June 24; Digging the Mystery: Photographs from the Danbury Site, through Aug. 1; 10, Mon-Sat, 1, Sun; Shafran Planetarium Programs presents Feathered Dinosaurs: The Bird/Dinosaur Connection featuring Flying (Very) High and And Then There Were...Some, call for times; (216) 231-4600 or (800) 317-9155.

Stan Hywet Hall & amp; Gardens, 714 North Portage Path, Akron. The Corbin Conservatory presents "Butterflies in Flight!," opening June 3. (330) 836-5533 or www.stanhywet.org.

NIGHTLIFE

Cedars Lounge, 23 N. Hazel St., Youngstown. Every Tues., Jazz w/Teddy Pantelas, 9:30; Wed., Early Jazz, 8:30; Thurs., "We Be Poetry," 8, Swing Dancing, 10; Sun, DJ Martini, 10. (330) 743-6560.

Crest Lanes, 3390 Youngstown Rd., Warren. Rockin Hank DJ and Karaoke, 9, Every Fri.; (330) 369-6218 or (330) 720-2485.

The Dash Inn, 2716 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. Ladies Night, 9, Thurs.; D.J., 10-2 Fri.; NASCAR, Sun.; Just Jill Karaoke, 10-2, Tues.; Jam Night 9-1, Weds. (330) 793-5030.

Davidson's, 3636 Canfield Rd., Canfield. DJ Mikie B, 9, every Fri.; Live band or DJ, 9, every Sat. (330) 793-0033.

Down The Hatch, 3101 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. Karaoke with Dominic, 9:30, Every Wed. (330) 799-3449.

The Dusty Armadillo, 3147 St. Rt. 44, Rootstown. Progressive Happy Hour, 4-7, Wed. - Fri.; Dance Lessons, 7, Every Wed.; College ID night at 9 with DJ Marty; Thurs., Karaoke, 9; Sun. family night w/DJ Adams, 5; Fri. Bands start at 10; Sat. bands start at 9; (330) 325-0647.

The Fireplace Restaurant & amp; Lounge, 2075 E. Western Reserve Rd., Poland. Karaoke, 9, Tues. (330) 757-4042.

The Ground Round, 3701 Elm Rd., Warren. 8:30, Working Women's Thurs. Nite Karaoke. (330) 372-9455.

Hammer Jacks, 3405 Mahoning Ave., Warren. House DJ, 9, Every Wed. and Thurs., Karaoke with Maestro Mike, 9, Every Fri. (330) 847-8001.

Handle Bar, 1666 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. Open Mic Night, 8-12, Every Sunday. (330) 799-0004.

House of Blues, Euclid Ave, Cleveland. The House of Blues Sunday Gospel Brunch. 10am & amp; 1pm, Sundays, live gospel music performed by various artists; Metal Mondays, 9, Mondays in the Cambridge Room; Soul Night, 9:30, Thursdays in the Cambridge Room. (216) 523-2583.

Ice House Inn, 5516 W. Webb Rd., Austintown. CD 93.3's D.J.'s Jim & amp; Terry every Friday. Live band every Saturday. (330) 544-8800.

Irish Bob's, 3602 South Ave., Youngstown. Simply Ed Karaoke, 10, Mon.; DJ George, 9, Tues.; live bands every weekend. (330) 788-0011.

The Lake Tavern, 6071 S.R. 46 N.E., Cortland. Every Wed, 8, Ladies night w/ live entertainment. (330) 637-1971.

Master's Bar & amp; Grill, 1675 Trumbull Ave., Girard. DJ "Dr. D.," 10, Fridays; "Bike Day" Saturdays, 11 a.m. (330) 759-1770.

Nighttown, 12387 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights. George Foley, 8, Mon., Jackie Warren, 8, Tues., Joe Hunter/Dallas Coffey, 8, Wed., Jackie Warren's Latin Project, 8, Thurs., Jackie Warren Trio, 9, Fri., Jackie Warren Trio, 9, Sat. (216) 795-0550.

O'Devlin's, 3143 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown. DJ Doc, 9, Every Fri.; Motown & amp; Oldies, 9, Every Fri.; Karaoke, 10, Wed.; Rock N' Roll, 9, Thurs.; Dance Music, 10, Fri. & amp; Sat. (330) 797-9111.

Quaker Steak and Lube, 101 Chestnut St., Sharon. Simply Ed Karaoke, 9:30-12:30, every Fri. (724) 981-3123.

Papa Louie's Motocross Cafe, 7172 Warren-Sharon Rd., Brookfield. Name This Tune, 9, every Thurs. (330) 448-2242.

Scanlon's Niteclub, 241 E. State St., Salem. Ladies Night with DJ Ice and DJ Xtreme, 9, Thurs., Dance Party with DJ Ice & amp; DJ Xtreme, 9, Fri. & amp; Sat. (330) 332-7066.

Skywatch, 8, Fri. & amp; Sat., Ward Beecher Planetarium, YSU, Youngstown. (330) 941-3619.

Victory Lane Lounge, 200 Cleveland Ave., Warren. DJ Professor Jam, 9:30,every Fri., (330) 847-2233.




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