The top-five-grossing movies for last weekend at U.S. and Canadian theaters, as reported by


The top-five-grossing movies for last weekend at U.S. and Canadian theaters, as reported by boxofficemojo.com. Ranked by gross box-office revenue (last week’s position and total revenue in parentheses):

v(N/A) “The Social Network”: $22,445,653 ($22,445,653)

v(2) “Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”: $10,887,429 ($30,079,298)

v(1) “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps”: $10,002,578 ($35,778,429)

v(3) “The Town”: $9,749,332 ($64,056,752)

v(4) “Easy A”: $6,748,777 ($42,176,967)

“Parenthood” (10 p.m., NBC): On “Parenthood,” Kristina (Monica Potter) gets freaked out when she learns of the high divorce rate among parents of autistic kids. Naturally, she schedules an emergency date night with Adam (Peter Krause).

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Duka’s reopens with new direction

YOUNGSTOWN

The newly reopened Duka’s, a club at 21 W. Hylda St., will target the over-30 crowd, according to owners Monteen and Robert Taylor.

Duka’s is open Fridays and Saturdays from 9 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. The club, which holds 300 people, will feature live entertainment beginning Oct. 22 with Youngstown’s Total Package Band. The X men will perform Oct. 23, and Total Package band will return Oct. 29. There is no cover charge.

The Taylors also own Club Deja Vu, 2810 Market St.

Event to benefit Art Outreach

NILES

Art Outreach Gallery in Eastwood Mall will have Autumn Enchantment, a fundraiser, from 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday to raise money for the after-school and Saturday youth workshops.

The event will include musical guest Chookie Unplugged at 7 p.m., and illusionist and artist James Hilston. Food and beer from Ohio Brewing Company and wine are included. Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Call 330-219-7833 or 330-524-2722.

Enter the mall at the entrance in front of Sears.

‘Strega Nona’ at Westminster

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.

Westminster College’s Celebrity Series for Kids will present “Strega Nona, the Musical” at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 19 in Orr Auditorium.

Based on the children’s books by Tomie DePaola, the show tells of a friendly, magical witch who strives to cure the everyday ills in a tiny Italian town.

The town faces real problems when Big Anthony sneaks a peak at Strega Nona’s magic book and uses the magical ways for selfish means.

The touring production is suitable for children 3 and up. Tickets are $8 for children and $13 for adults and can be ordered by calling the box office at 724-946-7354.

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