Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v “Young Frankenstein,” 7:30 p.m.: The musical stage adaptation ($15, $12 for seniors and students) of Mel Brooks’ 1974 comedy film masterpiece opens at the Youngstown Playhouse, off Glenwood Avenue; 330-788-8739.

v “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane,” 7:30 p.m.: This creepy tale of madness ($13, $10 for seniors and students) will take place in the fittingly sinister Hopewell Theatre, which will be transformed into a haunted place; 702 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 330-746-5455.

v “Look Back In Anger,” 8 p.m.: Kent Trumbull Theatre tackles this acclaimed domestic drama. The theater is on the campus at 4314 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren; 330-675-8887.

v Ghost Walk, 6:30 p.m.: Guided walking tours of the historic haunts of downtown Warren ($9; $5 for children 12 and under). Tours leave every 10 minutes from First Presbyterian Church, 256 Mahoning Ave. NW. Last tour departs at 9 p.m.

v The ExFEARience, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.: Six haunted attractions ($20; $10 for children 10 and under) at Eastwood Field, behind the mall in Niles; go to for info.

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (8 p.m., The CW): Rebecca (Rachel Bloom), unsatisfied with Paula’s ideas to build a case against Josh, turns to Nathaniel for help crafting a truly evil plan.

“Blue Bloods” (10 p.m., CBS): Danny and Baez work the case of a detective who was gunned down prior to testifying against a career criminal.

TV listings, C3


5K Halloween Dash on Greenway Trail


The Columbiana County Park District’s second annual Halloween Dash will be Oct. 28. Registration for the 5K run/walk will be at 8 a.m., and the race will begin at 9 a.m. The entry fee is $20.

The race will start at the Lisbon PL&W train station, 235 S. Market Ave., and the course will run along the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail. Custom-designed T-shirts will be given out as supplies last. Awards will be given to top three male and female finishers in each age group. For information, call 330-424-9078 or go to

Bialik apologizes for Weinstein essay


Actress Mayim Bialik says she’s “truly sorry for causing so much pain” with her New York Times opinion piece that critics suggested put blame on women who’ve accused movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and sexual harassment.

Bialik wrote in the piece published Friday that she makes choices to be “self-protecting and wise,” like dressing modestly and not acting flirtatiously. She later added that nothing “excuses men for assaulting or abusing women” and women should be able to wear whatever they want and act however they want.

Bialik addressed the backlash in a Facebook Live interview with the Times on Monday. She said Wednesday on Twitter that “what you wear and how you behave does not provide any protection from assault.”

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