Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v Our Lady of Mount Carmel Italian Festival, 5-11 p.m.: The good times continue at this annual event ($4) at the parish grounds of the Basilica of OLMC, 343 Via Mount Carmel, Youngstown (next to Choffin Center).

v Warren Greek Festival, 4-11 p.m.: Admission is free to this large Greek festival at St. Demetrios Church, 3223 Atlantic St. NE, Warren;

v “Forbidden Youngstown: Greatest Hits!,” 8 p.m.: Last chance to catch Rust Belt Theater’s spoof on the theater scene ($15, $10 for senior citizens and students). It’s at Calvin Center, 755 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 330-507-2358.

v “Jesus Christ Superstar,” 7 p.m.: Millennial Theatre Company is presenting the acclaimed Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical ($12, $10 for senior citizens and students) at Crestview High School Performing Arts Center, 44100 Crestview Road, near Columbiana; 800-838-3006.

v “A Wrinkle in Time,” 7:30 p.m.: The mystical family-friendly story on stage ($13, $10 for senior citizens, $8 for students) at Hopewell Theatre, 702 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 330-746-5455.

“Comfort Food Tour” (8 p.m., Food): Long-time friends Mark Anderson and Ryan Fey, who also happen to be foodies, continue their cross-country search for soul-satisfying dishes in this new series. Tonight’s episode is titled “More Cheese, Please,” and that’s something you can never get enough of.

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


“A Conversation with Dee” (7:30 a.m., WYTV-TV): Host Dee Crawford talks with members of the Youngstown Junior League about their upcoming Pink Ribbon Tea, which will raise money for cancer research and programs for women suffering from breast cancer.


Farmer awarded $904k for artifact


A German court has ruled that authorities must pay a farmer 773,000 euros (nearly $904,000) for a bronze horse’s head dating back to Roman times that was found on his land in 2009.

The head, part of a statue of the Roman emperor Augustus, was found by archeologists in Lahnau in western Germany. The state of Hesse initially paid the farmer 48,000 euros.

The Limburg regional court said Friday that, according to state law at the time, the farmer was eligible to half the value of the head, which an expert estimated at about 1.6 million euros.

Swift gives tickets


Taylor Swift is helping ease the pain of a Massachusetts city mourning the recent loss of a police officer. Weymouth Mayor Robert Hedlund said the pop star donated “a significant number of tickets” to the town for her shows this weekend in Foxborough, which were distributed among city police officers.

Weymouth Sgt. Michael Chesna was shot and killed while investigating a car crash July 15. The same person is also suspected of killing a bystander.

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