Video games released this week, according to Gamestop.com:
v “NASCAR ’14”: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360; rated E
v “Rayman Legends”: PlayStation 4, Xbox One; rated E10+
v “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril”: Nintendo DS; rated E10+
v “Earth Defense Force 2025”: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360; rated M
v “Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze”: Nintendo Wii U; rated E (release date is Friday)
“Restaurant Takeover” (8 p.m., Food Network): The latest episode of “Restaurant Takeover” is called “Hillbilly Heaven” and the key thing you need to know is that the eatery in question has road kill on the menu. Bon appetit!
“Olympics 2014 Primetime,” 8 p.m., NBC: Figure skating; men’s alpine skiing; women’s bobsled; men’s snowboarding.
“Super Fun Night,” 9:30 P.M., ABC: Marika tries to come out in the first-season (and, barring a miracle, the series) finale.
TV listings, B6
Dana orchestra to present concert
The Dana Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of John Wilcox, will present a concert at 8 p.m. Monday at Stambaugh Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Ave.
Dana Young Artist Competition winners tenor Victor Cardamone, guitarist Philip Monrean, and trombonist Lauren Eisenreich — performing Mozart, Rodrigo and Larsson, respectively — will be featured.
The second half of the program will feature Gustav Holst’s monumental work, “The Planets.”
Tickets are $5 ($4 for students and senior citizens, free with valid YSU ID) and can be purchased in advance by phone at 330-259-0555, in person at the Stambaugh box office, or online at stambaughauditorium.com. For information, call the Dana at 330-941-3636.
Festival reveals its opening film
The Cleveland International Film Festival will open March 19 with “Not Another Happy Ending.”
The film, directed by John McKay, is a gentle, stylish, and quirky romantic comedy starring Karen Gillan, Stanley Weber and Amy Manson. It focuses on a struggling publisher who discovers his only successful author has writer’s block. It is up to him to unblock her or he is finished.
For more information on the 340-plus films that will be shown at the festival, go to clevelandfilm.org beginning Friday. Tickets are $14 per film and go on sale March 7 at the website and by phone at 1-877-304-3456.
Utah Jazz owner goes undercover
SALT LAKE CITY
The owner and CEO of the Utah Jazz will be featured on the Feb. 28 episode of CBS reality TV show “Undercover Boss.” Greg Miller will disguise himself a few times over for the episode chronicling game night happenings at EnergySolutions Arena.
Miller will try out four different jobs alongside Jazz employees, including a halftime performer and a human basketball hoop. He’ll also serve up burgers and hotdogs as a concessions worker.