Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v 7 Bridges, 5:30 p.m.: Opening for this very popular Eagles tribute band ($10) will be Savannah Jack. It’s at Warren Community Amphitheater.

v Glendi, noon-10 p.m.: Greek festival, with authentic food, music and dance, at St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Church, 4955 Glenwood Ave., Boardman.

v “Plaza Suite,” 7:30 p.m.: Neil Simon’s comedy classic ($14, $10 for senior citizens and students) at Hopewell Theatre, 702 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 330-746-5455.

v Tom Cotter, 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.: “America’s Got Talent” comedian will headline two shows ($25, dinner packages available) at the Comedy Cellar, 6292 Mahoning Ave., Austintown; 330-793-6656.

v Comedians of Local Interest, 8 p.m.: A handful of performers, including Carlos Rivera, Missy Rentas, Flaca and Malcom Floyd will do their standup act ($5) at Papa’s Puerto Rican Foods, 284 12th St., Campbell.

"MY LAST DAYS” (8 P.M., THE CW): This uplifting documentary series tells the compelling stories of real-life superheroes facing terminal illness, who remind us that having a limited amount of time doesn’t mean we can’t make a positive impact on the world.

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


"Community Connection” (Sunday at 6:30 A.M. ON 21 WFMJ-TV AND 11 A.M. ON WBCB-TV): The Trumbull African American Achievers Association's 34th annual festival will be June 1-3 in downtown Warren. Bill Strother and Gwen Morgan will join host Madonna Chism Pinkard to discuss the event.

"A Conversation with Dee” (Sunday at 7:30 a.m. on WYTV-TV): Host Dee Crawford will talk with the executive director of Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers about the clinic's programming and its golf classic fundraiser.


Late artist’s home will be museum


Reclusive pop artist Robert Indiana didn’t open his island home to many strangers. That’s going to change with his death.

Indiana’s will calls for his Maine home and studio to be transformed into a museum and for his collection to be preserved and open to the public.

His attorney, James Brannan, filed the will in probate court Friday in Rockland. Indiana, whose “LOVE” series is instantly recognizable around the world, died on May 29.

Muscle Shoals drummer dies


Roger Clark, a drummer who contributed to the legendary Muscle Shoals sound, died of a heart attack Thursday at home at the age of 67.

Clark worked at FAME Recording Studios and Wishbone Recording Studio in the 1970s and ‘80s, playing on albums by Lou Rawls, Paul Anka, Tom Jones and others. He played drums on “Family Tradition,” the breakthrough 1979 album of Hank Williams Jr.

Clark drummed on more than 30 gold and platinum albums.

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