Today’s entertainment picks:

Today’s entertainment picks:

v “Deathtrap,” 8 p.m.: Trumbull New Theatre presents this thriller ($12, $10 for students); 5883 Youngstown Warren Road, Niles; 330-652-1103.

v Artists of the Mahoning Commons open studio and sale, noon to 5 p.m.: Browse through the working spaces of several types of artists (free admission) in the Ward Bakery Building, 1024 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown.

v Free Comic Book Day, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Superhero hoopla and free comic books at All American Cards and Comics in Boardman and Warren, Watchtower Heroes in Columbiana, Crystal Dragon in Niles, Liberty Comics in Liberty, and Bennie’s in Sharon, Pa.

v The Doo Wop Project, 7:30 p.m.: An old – or new – take on pop classics over the years ($33 to $49) at Orr Auditorium at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pa.; call 724-946-7354 or go to

v Pioneer Village, noon to 4 p.m.: Family fun will be everywhere as this working replica village from the pioneer days opens for the season at Beaver Creek Park near Negley.

“Chris Gethard: CAREER SUICIDE” (10 P.M., HBO): Chatting about depression, alcoholism and suicidal urges hardly seems like the stuff of laughs, but in “Chris Gethard: Career Suicide,” the comedian somehow makes it work. It’s a darkly funny solo act in which he dives into his experiences with mental illness and psychiatry.

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): Ana Torres and Hector Colon of O.C.C.H.A. (Organizacion Civic y Cultural Hispana Americana) will join host Madonna Chism Pinkard to discuss the 6th International Latino Food Festival.

Next, Leslie and Suzanne Tierney of the Lupus Foundation of America will discuss support services, and Dr. Kathy Padgitt and Kimberly Thompson will discuss its effects, particularly with black women.

“A Conversation with Dee” (Sunday at 7:30 a.m. on WYTV-TV): Host Dee Crawford will talk with organizers of Youngstown Urban Minority Addiction Drug Alcohol Outreach Program about how they are targeting a specific at-risk population for substance abuse and new programming that will include juveniles.

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