Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v WaterFire Sharon, 2-11 p.m.: This arts and culture festival in downtown Sharon, Pa., is a regional draw that culminates in the unique and transfixing lighting ceremony at dusk on the Shanango River. Admission and parking are free;

v Mount Carmel Society Italian Festival, 2-11 p.m.: The final day of this fun street festival in the village of Lowellville.

v George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic, 8 p.m.: The progressive funk legend and his massive band will take the stage ($29.50 to $59.50) at Packard Music Hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 800-745-3000.

v Dirty Deeds, 5:30 p.m.: Opening the show ($8) for this AC/DC tribute band will be KISS imitators Strutter. It’s at the Warren Community Amhitheater; Tonight’s event will include a KISS costume contest.

v Columbiana Wine Festival, 4-9 p.m.: Music, arts, crafts and wine at this event ($30, must be at least 21) at the new Town Center at Firestone Farms;

“Comfort Food Tour” (6:30 P.M., FOOD): The series premiere of this show in which longtime friends and passionate food lovers Mark Anderson and Ryan Fey embark on the ultimate road trip to discover the most mouthwatering and soul satisfying dishes.

For complete listings, see TV Week magazine, included with today’s paper.


Statue will honor late Chris Cornell


The late grunge pioneer Chris Cornell will be remembered in the city where he was born. Cornell’s wife on Friday announced a statue will be erected Aug. 29 at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture. The announcement comes on what would have been Cornell’s 54th birthday.

Vicky Cornell commissioned sculptor Nick Marras to create a life-size bronze statue of her late husband in his signature boots, dog tag and long locks. She says it is her family’s gift to “the tight-knit community that gave him his start.”

The Grammy-winning lead vocalist for Soundgarden and Audioslave was found dead in a Detroit hotel room hours after a Soundgarden concert May 18, 2017. A medical examiner determined the 52-year-old had killed himself.

Cornell was born and raised in Seattle.

Bus tour to visit Garfield sites


The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is offering a bus tour to three sites related to President James A. Garfield on Aug. 11.

Guests will visit the President Garfield Birthplace Cabin, the James A. Garfield Memorial at Lakeview Cemetery and the James A. Garfield National Historic Site. Bill Lawson, director of the MVHS, will also provide a presentation focused on Garfield’s ties to the Mahoning Valley. A boxed lunch from Tommy’s in Cleveland is included.

Tickets are $75 ($65 for MVHS members); call 330-743-2589. The bus will leave from the Tyler History Center, 325 W. Federal St., at 8:30 a.m. and return at 6 p.m.

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