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v Angry Birds Space (Rovio Mobile Ltd.)
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v Clear Vision (17+) (FDG Entertainment)
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v Draw Something Free (OMGPOP)
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“The Big C” (9:30 P.M., SHOWTIME): “The Big C” returns for its third season and, just for a change, Cathy (Laura Linney) receives some hopeful news about her diagnosis. The episode immediately follows the Season 4 opener of Edie Falco’s dark comedy, “Nurse Jackie.”
“the client list” (10 p.m., lifetime): Jennifer Love Hewitt returns to prime time in “The Client List,” a steamy drama full of eye candy and hard bodies. She plays a financially strapped single mom who takes a job at a day spa, only to discover that it doubles as a brothel. Oops.
“THE BORGIAS” (10 p.m., showtime): The grandiose costume drama returns for its second season, and it’s definitely a “time of reckoning.” In Season 1, Rodrigo Borgia, aka Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons), and his less than saintly family lied, cheated, fornicated and murdered their way to power. Now, will they be able to stave off their enemies without turning on one another? Or will there be hell to pay? Whatever the case, it’s painfully obvious that more decadence — and bloodshed — is in the offing.
“the pitch” (11:04 P.M., AMC): You’ve seen “Mad Men.” Now comes “The Pitch.” It’s a reality series that focuses on four actual advertising agencies as they formulate concepts and compete for accounts. In the opener, the ad people pitch ideas to executives from Subway restaurants.
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Simply Slavic fest seeks contestants
In preparation for its second annual Simply Slavic festival June 16 in downtown Youngstown, organizers are seeking volunteers and baking-contest participants.
Volunteers of every age are needed for three-hour shifts. Forms are available at simplyslavic.org. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 330-503-9874.
Residents age 18 and up also are invited to submit their favorite ethnic baked goods and recipes for the Slavic baking competition. A registration form (download from simplyslavic.org or pick up at city hall), a $10 fee, and a recipe description of 100 words or fewer will be accepted until June 1. On the day of the event, participants must bring their entries to the festival by 3 p.m. Contestants must bring two of the baked items (or two dozen if cookies) packaged separately.
For information, email email@example.com, or call 330-792-6281.