The top five albums on the iTunes official music chart for the most recent one-week sales period:

The top five albums on the iTunes official music chart for the most recent one-week sales period:

v “Greatest Hits”: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

v “Tell Me You Love Me”: Demi Lovato

v “Younger Now”: Miley Cyrus

v “Now”: Shania Twain

v “The Bigger Artist”: A Boogie wit da Hoodie

“Empire” (8 p.m., Fox): When Cookie is denied a line of credit, she flashes back to her years in prison and compares her past struggles to her life now. Lucious continues to struggle with demons of his own and begs his family to tell him about the ways he’s wronged them, but they are reluctant to tell him the truth. Meanwhile, the NYPD is still on Andre’s case about the events that transpired in Vegas.

“ghosts of stonehenge” (9 p.m., pbs): Groundbreaking research in the last decade has revealed major new clues about Stonehenge.

TV listings, C5


Gallagher coming to Powers for show


Gallagher, the comedian known for smashing watermelons with a sledge hammer, will bring his Final Smash farewell tour to Powers Auditorium on Nov. 9. Opening act for the 7:30 p.m. show will be Artie Fletcher.

The show will include some smashing, and ponchos are included with the ticket price for those in the first several rows. Ponchos also will be sold for others.

Tickets range from $20.50 to $40 and are available at, by phone at 330-744-0264 and at the DeYor Performing Arts Center box office, 260 W. Federal St., downtown.

Jazz ensembles in tribute to Meshel


The Youngstown State University jazz ensembles, directed by Kent Engelhardt and Dave Kana, will present a free concert Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center, on the YSU campus.

Engelhardt’s ensemble will pay tribute to the late Sen. Harry Meshel with the performance of Dizzy Gillespie’s “Things To Come.” Engelhardt noted, “Senator Meshel was an ardent and generous supporter of the YSU jazz area for many years.”

Exhibit on history of drugs, medicine


A new exhibit from the National Library of Medicine called “Pick Your Poison: Intoxicating Pleasures and Medical Prescriptions” is on display in Cushwa Hall on the campus of Youngstown State University.

The free exhibit, presented in cooperation with the National Museum of American History, is in the atrium of Cushwa Hall through Oct. 27.

The traveling exhibition uses historical texts, advertisements and photographs to explore the changing definitions of some of the world’s most potent drugs, from tobacco to alcohol, marijuana, opium and cocaine.

For information, contact Cassie Nespor, curator, Melnick Medical Museum and University Archives, at 330-941-3487, or visit or

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