The top five songs on the iTunes Store for the most recent one-week sales period:

The top five songs on the iTunes Store for the most recent one-week sales period:

v “God’s Plan”: Drake

v “Perfect”: Ed Sheeran

v “Diplomatic Immunity”: Drake

v “Havana (feat. Young Thug)”: Camila Cabello

v “Meant to Be (feat. Florida Georgia Line)”: Bebe Rexha

“Knights Templar and the Holy Grail” (8 p.m., History): How did the real history of the Knights Templar become intertwined with the mysterious object known as the Holy Grail? Historian Dan Jones traces the medieval origins of the myth linking the cup of Christ to Crusader knights.

TV listings, C5

The Illusionists coming to Packard


The Illusionists, Live from Broadway, will come to Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave., on May 1 for a 7:30 p.m. performance.

Tickets are $35, $55 and $65 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at or 1-800-745-3000 (fees apply), or at the Packard box office.

The show features five magicians doing sophisticated magic: Jonathan Goodwin, who specializes in death-defying acts; Colin Cloud, who uses his powers of deduction; Kevin James, who uses innovative new illusions; An Ha Lim, who calls himself the Manipulator; and Jeff Hobson, a comedy magic artist.

Comedy show at Nic’s Lounge


A comedy show, featuring headliner Tammy JoJo Collins, with Henry James Chambliss, will take place Saturday at Nic’s Lounge, 1629 Main St. Admission is $5.

Also on the bill are Mike Bono, Boo Jones, Alex K, Aaron Scardina, Sharon Largen VanDervort, Marley Mar, Lex Godoy, Dave Laughlin, Monica Boor and Dwan Ford.

Hosts for the evening will be Shane Herman and Jon Huff.

Art exhibition at JCC gallery


An exhibition of works by Breanna Cee Martins is currently on display in the art gallery at the Jewish Community Center, 55 Gypsy Lane

Titled “Through the Looking Glass Darkly,” the watercolor paintings are based on found black and white photographs from strangers’ pasts. Like “half remembered dreams” from a different generation, the scenes are made new as bright yet eerie works on paper.

The exhibition will run through March 10.

‘Groundhog Day’ at giant cinema


As Punxsutawney Phil gears up for his 132nd prediction Friday, the Rangos Giant Cinema at the Carnegie Science Center will screen the 1993 film “Groundhog Day,” starring Bill Murray, at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Admission is $7 for the 4 p.m. shows and $10 for the 7 p.m. shows. Tickets can be purchased in advance at

Future classic film screenings at the Rangos include “The Princess Bride,” Feb. 9-11, and “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” Sing Along/Quotable Version, March 2-4.

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