Today’s entertainment picks:


Today’s entertainment picks:

v Canfield Fair, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.: Harness racing at noon and a truck and tractor pull at 7 p.m., both at the grandstand; canfieldfair.com.

v Lenny Gomulka, 3 to 6 p.m.: The Chicago-based polka great comes to Kuzman’s, 1025 S. State St., Girard, for a dance concert; 330-545-8995.

v Sock hop, 5 to 9 p.m.: Ozer Ministries will have its fifth annual sock hop at the East Palestine City Park Community Center with 1950s music, food and atmosphere; 330-426-2147.

v Travis Tritt, 8 p.m.: Country star at Mountaineer Casino, Route 2, Chester, W.Va.; 800-804-0468.

v Great Trail Arts and Crafts Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: American folk art with contemporary and country crafts, at the Great Trail Festival grounds, state Route 43, Malvern; greattrailfestival.com.

LOCAL TOPICS ON TV

“Community Connection” (7 a.m. Sunday on 21 WFMJ-TV, and 10 a.m. Tuesday on Time Warner Cable community access channel): The SCOPE Center for Seniors will have its annual Society of Honors induction program. Janet Schweitzer, executive director, and Genevieve Bauman, volunteer, will join host Madonna Chism Pinkard to discuss the event.

Next, Helen Paes and Barabra Newmiller Vingle of the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater East Ohio will discuss the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Warren and Boardman.

Finally, Dr. Steve Novicky and his wife, Kim, will discuss a new helmet protector he created called Shockstrip. Novicky will discuss the purpose of the protector, how teams can purchase it and how beneficial it is for the safety and health of players.

Entertainment news

Duhamel returns to flooded hometown

BISMARCK, N.D.

Hollywood actor Josh Duhamel is returning to his hometown of Minot over the Labor Day weekend to raise awareness and money for victims of a devastating flood that swamped the North Dakota city this summer.

Duhamel, 38, will attend a benefit concert today at the State Fairgrounds that will feature The Black Eyed Peas. Duhamel is married to Fergie, a singer in the group.

Rapper returned to federal prison

ATLANTA

Grammy-winning rapper T.I., who was moved to a halfway house this week after months in prison, is locked up again at a federal penitentiary, with his lawyer citing a flap over using a luxury bus to report to a halfway house.

The Federal Bureau of Prisons website Friday shows the rapper at the Atlanta penitentiary with a release date of Sept. 29.

The 30-year-old T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, was released from a federal lockup in Arkansas on Wednesday and made the 375-mile trip to Atlanta in a gleaming motor coach.

His attorney, Steve Sadow, told The Associated Press late Thursday that federal officials moved T.I. because of an issue involving his transportation to Atlanta.

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