The Golden Globes will announce its winners in film and television at a televised ceremony tonight.

The Golden Globes will announce its winners in film and television at a televised ceremony tonight. Here are selected winners from last year in the film category:

v “Moonlight”: Best Motion Picture — Drama

v “La La Land”: Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

v Damien Chazelle: Best Director – Motion Picture, for “La La Land”

v Ryan Gosling: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

v Emma Stone: Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards (8 p.m., NBC): Seth Meyers will host this star-laden awards presentation for television and film.

“The Simpsons” (8 p.m., Fox): In the season 29 winter premiere, Lisa falls for a crooning jazz pianist named Brendan, voiced by Ed Sheeran, while Bart discovers he has an affinity for chemistry. After 29 years, you’d think they’d grow up by now.

“The Chi” (10 p.m., Showtime): This new drama, entirely shot in Chicago, is a coming-of-age story centering on a group of residents who become linked by coincidence but bonded by the need for connection and redemption.

“Madam Secretary” (10 p.m., CBS): Vice President Hurst attempts to set up Secretary of State McCord for failure because she thinks McCord is vying to be the next president.

TV listings, C4


Woodson named to literature post


The Library of Congress, along with the Children’s Book Council and Every Child a Reader, has named Jacqueline Woodson the country’s next National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.

A formal ceremony will take place this week at which she will begin her two-year term.

One of the country’s most acclaimed writers for young people, Woodson won the National Book Award in 2014 for the memoir-in-verse “Brown Girl Dreaming” and is also known for novels such as “Feathers” and “Another Brooklyn.” She has previously served as “young people’s poet laureate,” an advisory position for the Poetry Foundation.

The ambassador position was established in 2008 with a mission to raise “national awareness of the importance of young people’s literature as it relates to lifelong literacy, education and the development and betterment of the lives of young people.”

Boardman bands to give concerts


Two Boardman school bands will present concerts this week.

The fifth- and seventh-grade bands will perform Wednesday, and the sixth- and eighth-grade bands, featuring the Glenwood eighth-grade jazz ensemble, will perform Thursday. Both concerts will start at 7 p.m. in the Boardman High School Performing Arts Center.

Admission is $3 ($2 for students; free for senior citizens and preschool children).

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