Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v Vince Gill, 8 p.m.: Country hitmaker ($45-$65) in concert at Packard hall, 1703 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren;

v “Nosferatu,” 4 p.m.: The classic silent film (free, but tickets required) about a dreaded vampire, with pipe organ accompaniment by Peter Richard Conte, at Stambaugh Auditorium; 330-259-0555.

v “Farndale’s Macbeth,” 2 p.m.: Last chance to catch this comedy that spoofs community theater ($13, $10 for students and seniors), presented by Victorian Players Theater, 702 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown; 330-746-5455.

v Blood Moon Farm, 7 to 11 p.m.: Frightful fun as the Canfield Fairgrounds turned into a Halloween attraction. Go to for pricing.

v “Murder at the Howard Johnsons,” 2 p.m.: Slapstick comedy ($10, $8 for seniors and students) presented by Stage Left Players at Trinity Playhouse, 234 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon; 330-831-7249.

“The Walking Dead” (9 p.m., AMC; see story beginning on page c1): Are you nervous? Of course you are. One of the most harrowing TV cliffhangers in recent memory finally gets resolved as the zombie mega-hit returns for its seventh season. When last seen, many of our intrepid survivors had just been captured by the ruthless villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Wielding a baseball bat covered in barbed wire, he was poised to use one of them for batting practice. But who? We’re about to find out – while peering through our fingers.

“Westworld” (9 p.m., HBO): By now, it’s blatantly clear that “Westworld” isn’t exactly the happiest place on Earth. Tonight, Dolores joins William and Logan on a potentially dangerous bounty hunt in the badlands.

“The Last Man On Earth” (9:30 P.M., FOX): The craziness continues on “The Last Man On Earth” as a post-apocalyptic road trip has everyone at war with each other. Along the way, Gail is pushed to her breaking point.

TV listings, C4


Boardman band in annual concert


The Boardman Spartan Marching Band will perform in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday in the high school gymnasium, 7777 Glenwood Ave.

The annual event provides a retrospective of the 2016 marching season.

The band will be seated and playing all the music from its field shows while the Spartan Sweethearts and Silks perform their visual routines on the gym floor.

The program will include “Tribute to Prince,” “Bandstand Boogie,” “Hamilton Medley,” “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” “Baba O’Riley” and more.

Admission is $3 ($2 for students, free for senior citizens).

Immediately after the concert, audience members will be invited across the hall for a reception where they will be able to sample cupcakes baked, decorated and displayed by teams of band students. A panel of judges will evaluate the entries on taste while all concertgoers will be able to cast their vote on best presentation. Afterward, guests will be invited to eat the cupcakes.