Today’s entertainment picks:
Today’s entertainment picks:
v Canfield Fair, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.: The fair is in full swing, with harness racing at the grandstand at 11 a.m. and a demolition derby at 8 p.m.; canfieldfair.com. Admission to the fair is$8 ($6 for senior citizens, $3 for age 7-12).
v Archangel Michael Greek Food and Wine Festival, noon to 10 p.m.: Lamb, gyros and other favorite foods, plus Greek music and folk dance performance, and a marketplace, at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church, 401 Twelfth St., Campbell; 330-755-9072.
v Huber Marionettes, 7:30 p.m.: An unusual and exquisite performance by a puppet master at Ford Theater, inside Bliss Hall, on the Youngstown State University campus; call 330-744-0264.
v Moon Over Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.: Opening night for this comedy about two stage entertainers ($13, $10 for seniors and students) at Hopewell Theatre, 702 Mahoning Ave., 330-746-5455.
v Scrappers, 7:05 p.m.: The Mahoning Valley’s baseball team will take on the Batavia Muckdogs in New York-Penn League action at Eastwood Field in Niles. Stick around for post-game fireworks. Go to mvscrappers.com for ticket options.
“Whistleblower” (9 p.m., CBS): Students trust that the schools they give their money to will provide them with a good education and a path to a promising future. But one whistleblower was forced to take a stand when she believed that the for-profit school she was working for was ripping off both students and the government. Host Alex Ferrer investigates the case of Globe University and another about a biofuel company that was running a massive scam against the government, in the season finale of this docu-series.
TV listings, C3
Baldwin to speak at party fundraiser
Alec Baldwin will be the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s annual fall fundraising dinner.
The actor, who won an Emmy last year for his portrayal of President Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live,” will speak at the Oct. 14 Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner in Manchester.
Baldwin says he is working to help Democrats win elections across the country. He recently appeared in a video calling for citizens to support and for Congress to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into the 2016 election.
Viking museum will be torn down
Denmark’s famed Viking ship museum, damaged by the rising sea level in 2013, will be torn down.
Culture Minister Mette Bock says Denmark’s national museum for prehistoric and medieval ships, seafaring and boatbuilding in Roskilde, 25 miles west of Copenhagen, can be removed from the list of building to be preserved.
Bock said Thursday that when built in the 1960s, “no one could have predicted the rising water and the challenges it caused for the museum building.”
A 2013 winter storm caused damages worth $1.8 million to the building overlooking the Roskilde fjord, though none of the ships were damaged.