The top paid iPhone apps on App Store for the week ending May 27:

The top paid iPhone apps on App Store for the week ending May 27:

vHeads Up!: Warner Bros.

vMinecraft: Mojang.

vFacetune: Lightricks Ltd.

vPlague Inc.: Ndemic Creations.

vPocket Build: MoonBear LTD.

“So You Think You Can Dance” (Fox 8 p.m.): The dance competition series kicks off season 15.

“Dietland” (9 p.m. AMC): In the one-hour premiere, this dark comedy, starring Joy Nash ("The Mindy Project," "Twin Peaks") and Julianna Margulies ("The Good Wife," "ER”), focuses on one woman's journey to self-awakening.

“Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (9 p.m. CW): The improv series starring Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie returns for its 14th season.

Ryes Craft Beer & Whiskey celebrates its 4th anniversary


Ryes Craft Beer & Whiskey, a craft beer and whiskey bar, is celebrating its fourth anniversary Saturday at 8 p.m.

New additions will be added to the drink menu, including new craft beers, whiskeys, boilermakers, flavors of bitters and mead. This year Ryes is adding 40 new craft beers in bottles and cans.

Ryes is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 8 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. at 124 West Federal Plaza, 2nd Floor, Youngstown.

Host leaves show unexpectedly

Hallmark Channel issued a statement that it has parted ways with Mark Steines, co-host of the network’s lifestyle series “Home & Family.”

The note read: “We are extremely grateful to Mark for his incredible work and wish him all the best success in his future endeavors.”

Hallmark didn't elaborate on Steines’ sudden departure from the daytime talk show, which he had co-hosted for six years.

Rucker, Brown make chart history


Darius Rucker and Kane Brown are sharing a chart record as the first two solo acts who are also minorities to follow each other with No. 1 country songs in the 28-year history of the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

According to Billboard, Brown, who is biracial, had a two-week No. 1 with “Heaven,” and Rucker, who is black, followed him with his single “For The First Time” on the chart Saturday. The chart, which digitally measures airplay, began in 1990.

“I wanted to be involved in and make country music because I loved it,” said Rucker in a statement. “To be making history, especially with my little brother Kane Brown, is incredible and a great, added bonus.”

Rucker got his first country No. 1 hit, “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” in 2008, which was also followed at the top by Kenny Chesney’s song “Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven,” with reggae group The Wailers.

Meanwhile, this is just the latest chart record for newcomer Brown, who is the only artist in Billboard history to top all five country charts simultaneously. He hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums, Country Airplay, Hot Country Songs, Country Streaming Songs and Country Digital Songs charts.

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