The five top-selling books on the iBook charts for the most recent one-week sales period:

The five top-selling books on the iBook charts for the most recent one-week sales period:

v “Every Breath”: by Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central Publishing)

v “Holy Ghost”: by John Sandford (Penguin Publishing Group)

v “Red War”: by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills (AtriaEmily Bestler Books)

v “Winter in Paradise”: by Elin Hilderbrand (Little, Brown and Company)

v “Dear Jane”: by Kendall Ryan (Kendall Ryan)

“Super Cats” (8 p.m., PBS): Discover how cats have conquered the world, thriving in almost every landscape on Earth, from fishing cats in the wetlands of Asia, to a pregnant jaguar in Costa Rica, to margays in Central American treetops, to a swamp tiger on the Indian shore.

“Seal Team” (9:01 P.M., CBS): While tasked with rescuing a group of American students held hostage in Mumbai, Bravo Team suffers life-threatening injuries.

TV listings, C3


Organist concert at St. Patrick’s


The next monthly Sauce and Song event at St. Patrick Church, 1420 Oak Hill Ave., will take place Sunday, with a concert from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. by organist Barbara Masters, former music director of the church. Masters is currently the music director of a church in Illinois. The concert is free but donations will be accepted. For information, call 330- 743-1109.

Speed dating at the Federal


Two Hearts Match Making Services will present a speed dating event on Nov. 5, from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at The Federal, 110 W. Federal St. To sign up, go to

The fee is $35 and includes one custom cocktail and a gift bag.

Fundraiser for art therapy services


The HELMS Foundation of the Mahoning Valley will present a fundraiser at 6 p.m. Friday at Soap Gallery, 117 S. Champion St., downtown. The event will feature works by local artists and organizations, food, drinks, live music, a juried art competition and more.

The foundation started the event as an art show to honor the memory of the late local artist Ryan Giambattista, but has evolved into a larger purpose – funding art therapy services at various organizations in the Valley

For tickets, donations, sponsorship, participation or other questions, call Terri DiGennaro at 330-727-5850, or email

Lecture to focus on artist, fascism


The problematic and contradictory relationship between the art of Italian painter, sculptor and muralist Corrado Cagli and the fascist government that supported him will be explored in a free presentation by Penn State Laureate John Champagne at 12:15 p.m. Thursday in Lecture Hall 222/223 at the Penn State Shenango campus.

As laureate, Champagne travels the state to bring visibility to the arts, humanities and the university, as well as to his sixth book, an examination of artistic culture of the Italian fascist years.

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