Live music on television shows this week include:

Live music on television shows this week include:

v Lady Gaga: Today on “Ellen DeGeneres Show” (syndicated)

v 2 Chainz: Tuesday on “Ellen DeGeneres Show”

v Ke$ha: Wednesday on “Live with Kelly & Michael” (syndicated)

v Kings of Leon: Friday on “Good Morning America” (ABC)

v OneRepublic: Friday on “Today Show” (NBC)

“The Bachelorette: THE MEN TELL ALL” (8 P.M., ABC): Brace yourself, Andi. It’s time for “The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All” — the show that provides a forum for the rejected bachelors to gripe about the season and each other.

“The Newburgh Sting” (9 p.m., HBO): “The Newburgh Sting” is a compelling documentary about a controversial case in which four black men from Newburgh, N.J., were arrested in 2009 for plotting to bomb synagogues. But was it an example of FBI entrapment?

“Antiques Roadshow” (9 p.m., PBS): The crew stops in Salt Lake City.

“Hotel Hell” (9 p.m., Fox): There’s a special place in “Hotel Hell” reserved for the completely un-self-aware, karaoke- obsessed owner of a struggling New Mexico retreat in tonight’s season opener.

“Yard Crashers” (11 p.m., DIY): A yard gets a heavy-metal makeover.

TV listings, B6


Movies available Tuesday on DVD and through digital providers include:

“Blue Ruin” (R): Starring Macon Blair and Amy Hargreaves.

“Cesar Chavez” (PG-13): Starring Michael Pena and John Malkovich.

“Dom Hemingway” (R): Starring Jude Law and Damian Bichir.

“Heaven Is for Real” (PG): Starring Greg Kinnear and Kelly Reilly.

“Make Your Move” (PG-13): Starring Derek Hough.

“Sabotage” (R): Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joe Manganiello.

“Transcendence” (PG-13): Starring Johnny Depp and Rebecca Hall.

“Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club” (PG-13): Starring Nia Long and Wendi McLendon-Covey.


Historical society is moving archives


The Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s archival library will close to the public July 28 in preparation to move the collection from the Wick Avenue site to the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center, downtown.

The archives are projected to reopen at the History Center (325 W. Federal St.) in early November.

The move will provide patrons with a larger reference room and additional amenities geared toward making research easier and more efficient.

Expanded facilities will allow for storage of the entire archival collection under one roof, allowing easier access to processed and unprocessed collections for patrons and staff.

The collection will be unavailable during the move, limiting the ability to answer reference questions and fulfill imaging requests. Research inquiries should be emailed to or mailed to MVHS Archives, 648 Wick Ave., Youngstown, OH 44502.

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