Today’s entertainment picks:
v Eddie Money, 7 p.m.: Rock veteran will deliver his hits at Warren Community Amphitheater; call 330-716-4344 for advance tickets ($15).
v “George Washington Slept Here,” 7:30 p.m.: Laugh-packed comedy at Youngstown Playhouse; 330-788-8739.
v “Les Miserables,” 7:30 p.m.: Spotlight Players present the area’s community theater premiere of the operatic musical at Salem Masonic Temple,788 E. State St., Salem; email@example.com.
v “The King and I,” 8 p.m.: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved musical presented by Crown Productions. Main Street Theater, 5 N. Main St., Columbiana; 330-482-9915.
v St. Nicholas parish festival, 6 p.m.: Amusement rides and more; 764 Fifth Ave., Struthers.
“Magic City” (9 p.m., Starz): Season 2 of the Rat Pack-era drama “Magic City” begins with Ike (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) sitting in the clink on trumped-up murder charges. New to the cast are James Caan, Esai Morales, Jamie Harris and Sherilyn Fenn.
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Playhouse to host ‘Spamalot’ auditions
The Youngstown Playhouse, off Glenwood Avenue, will have auditions for “Spamalot” at 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. The musical will be directed by Lester Malizia. Auditionees should prepare a song that shows vocal range and the ability to move or dance. All roles are open. The show will run for two weekends, starting Sept. 13. Call 330-788-8739 for information.
Challenge for dads at Wildwater park
Wildwater Kingdom will host the Father’s Day Hole-in-One Challenge on Sunday. Participants will take a shot at a golf hole on a floating platform in the lake for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland.
The person who makes the hole-in-one or gets closest to the pin will win $500 in Live Nation cash plus other gifts. Each golf ball purchased earns the participant a raffle ticket. At the end of the day, winning tickets will be drawn and winners will receive a variety of prizes.
The event begins at 11 a.m. at Waterfront Plaza and ends at 5:30 p.m. Winning tickets will be drawn at 6 p.m.
Cobain reference will remain on sign
After hearing from fans of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, the Washington state city of Aberdeen is keeping the words “Come as you are” on a welcome sign.
KBKW and KXRO report Mayor Bill Simpson announced at Wednesday night’s city council meeting that the sign will stay.
The mayor received more than 300 emails after reports that the reference to a Nirvana song would be dropped when the sign is replaced. “Come as you are” was added to the “Welcome to Aberdeen” sign in 2005 following the 10-year anniversary of Cobain’s 1994 death in Seattle.
Cobain grew up in Aberdeen. While the city plans to replace the aging sign, there are no plans to change the message.