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 “No Tears Left to Cry”: Ariana Grande

v “Babe”: Sugarland (feat. Taylor Swift)

v “Meant to Be”: Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line

v “Nice For What”: Drake

v “God’s Plan”: Drake

“Empire” (8 p.m., Fox): As Eddie (guest star Forest Whitaker) fights for his place at Empire Entertainment and gets the board on his side, Lucious and Shine must find a permanent solution to keep him out.

“nature” (8 p.m., Pbs): Cockatoos, sloths, chimps and other animals that will do whatever it takes to survive are explored in this episode, titled “Natural Born Rebels: Survival.”

“Seal Team” (9 p.m., CBS): The lives of Jason and the SEAL team are in jeopardy when a risky mission to capture a highly valuable target may actually be a trap.

TV listings, C5


Carole King show returning in June


“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical” will return to Playhouse Square for a two-week run at Connor Palace from June 5 to 17.

Tickets are now available for the musical about the early life and career of the legendary singer-songwriter. Go to or call 216-241-6000.

Arts academy offers classes


The Southside Fine Arts Academy will present classes Tuesdays from June 12 to Aug. 7, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Villa Maria Education and Spirituality Center, 2067 Evergreen Road.

The classes are geared for children ages 5-12 and include dance, movement, visual arts, theatrical arts, creative writing, poetry and yoga. Musical opportunities include drum circles, Orff instruments, ukuleles, boomwhackers and singing, all taught by qualified instructors. The academy has received a $9,000 grant to allow students to write their own book and have it published.

Each day also includes a free snack and lunch and swimming. There is a charge of $45 per family to participate. Call 330-540-8589 to register or for information.

Playboy bunny logo creator dies at 93


Magazine designer Art Paul, who created Playboy’s famous tuxedoed bunny head logo, has died. He was 93.

Paul died of pneumonia Saturday at a Chicago-area hospital, according to his wife, Suzanne Seed. Paul was a freelance illustrator when he started working with Playboy founder Hugh Hefner as the magazine’s first employee in the 1950s. He has said he crafted the bunny logo in about an hour. Paul also hired artists to create illustrations for Playboy, including Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol and Shel Silverstein.

Paul was the magazine’s art director until he retired in 1982.

“We didn’t think it would be such a success right from the beginning, just Hefner and I putting it together,” Mr. Paul told the Chicago Sun-Times. “Hef was kind to me. I think I gave him a lot. He gave me a lot.”

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