Today’s entertainment picks:
v Phantoms hockey, 7:05 p.m.: Youngs-town’s minor-league team takes on Chicago. There is a Family Night special for this game: four tickets for $20. It’s at Covelli Centre; 330-747-7825.
v Guilty Pleasures, 10 p.m.: It’s always a pleasure to see this band at Cedars West End, 702 Steel St., Youngstown; 330-792-3333.
v Dennis Ross, 9 p.m.: Comedian will take the stage at the Funny Farm, which is on the lower level of Mojo’s Pub and Grill, 6292 Mahoning Ave., Austintown; 330-793-6656.
v Ice skating: Strap on some skates at The Ice Zone, 360 McClurg Road, Boardman; sessions are noon to 3 p.m., 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., and 7 to 11 p.m. Call 330-965-1423.
v “Ghost,” 8 p.m.: Catch this new Broadway musical, based on the 1990 movie, in its regional premiere at Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh; trustarts.org.
“Undercover Boss” (8 p.m., CBS): The reality series “Undercover Boss” concludes its fourth season by catching up with some past head honchos, who discuss the impact the show has had on their lives and businesses.
“Sex Sent Me to the ER” (10 p.m., Discovery Fit & Health): Most people just take an ambulance but, whatever.
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Women of comics exhibit at museum
The ToonSeum museum of comic and cartoon art will present “Wonder Women: On Page and Off.”
The exhibit opens today with a 7 p.m. reception and runs through March 30. For tickets, go to showclix.com. The museum is at 9445 Liberty Ave., downtown.
“Wonder Women” is an exploration of the role of women as artists and in the workplace of the comics industry, and the way women have been portrayed in comics.
Since the turn of the 20th century, women have inched their way into the industry.
Early female comic characters often appeared in minor, supportive roles, but today there are many comic heroines as main characters.
The exhibit includes more than 50 pieces of original art.
Jazz duo to play
The jazz duo of Teddy Pantelas and Zach Economos will perform Saturday from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at The Manor restaurant, state Route 46 at Kirk Road.
Chef was mortified
Nigella Lawson says having her private life raked over in a London courtroom was “mortifying,” but she is putting the case behind her.
The celebrity cook testified last month at the fraud trial of two former aides, who ultimately were acquitted of funding a luxury lifestyle with credit cards loaned to them by Lawson and her ex-husband, Charles Saatchi.
The trial was overshadowed by allegations about Lawson’s and Saatchi’s domestic life, including claims that Lawson regularly used cocaine. She denied regular drug use, although she admitted taking cocaine a handful of times.