Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v Youngstown Phantoms, 7:05 p.m.: Hockey action as the local squad takes on Team USA Pink in the Rink game to raise funds for breast-cancer research. It’s at Covelli Centre; for ticket info.

v “Addams Family Musical,” 7:30 p.m.: The creepy comic musical ($16, $13 for seniors and $11 for students) on stage at New Castle Playhouse, 202 E. Long Ave., New Castle, Pa.; 724-654-3437.

v “Murder at Howard Johnsons,” 7 p.m.: Stage Left Players’ slapstick comedy ($10, $8 for seniors and students) continues at Trinity Playhouse, 234 E. Lincoln Way, Lisbon;

v The ExFEARience, 7 p.m. to midnight: The Valley’s newest Halloween attraction is at Eastwood Field, the baseball stadium behind Eastwood Mall in Niles; go to for pricing.

v Thriller party, 9 p.m.: DJ Dr. G from Total Package band will give a set ($5) that includes Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” dance. The person wearing the best reggae costume will win a cash prize. It’s at Flambeau’s Jamaican restaurant, 3920 Hillman Way, Youngstown.

“Tracey Ullman’s Show” (11 p.m., HBO): The hilarious chameleon-like performer returns for more sketch comedy in which she lampoons people such as Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Angela Merkel. We dare you not to laugh.

TV listings, C3


Elliot Lewis to play at YOLO restaurant


Elliot Lewis, a member of the Hall and Oates band, will give a free show at 5 p.m. Saturday at YOLO restaurant and bar, 5529 Mahoning Ave., in the shopping center. Lewis will be joined by Klyde Jones, also of the Hall and Oates band.

Lewis, who will release his latest album, “Adventure,” on Jan. 1, will greet fans after the show. Local band Northern Whale will perform at YOLO at 8 p.m.

‘Rocky Horror’ continues run


Four performances remain for Salem Community Theatre’s production of “The Rocky Horror Show.” They are scheduled for 7:30 tonight, midnight Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4 and 5. There are no Sunday matinees for this production, which is directed by Michael Dempsey.

The theater is at 490 E. State St. Tickets are $15 ($11 for seniors and $9 for students). For reservations, call 330-332-9688.

Opry to open stage in New York City


The Grand Ole Opry is going north. The famous venue for country music is branching out of Tennessee for the first time its 91-year history with a new restaurant and venue in Times Square.

Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc. on Thursday announced plans to open the Opry City Stage in April, which will feature retail space, a listening room and private event space, a bar and a restaurant. Colin Reed, chairman and CEO, said the goal is to expand the concept to tourist-heavy cities. The venue will feature live performances and others in Nashville on screens.