The tip 5 paid iPhone apps on a App Store, for a many new one-week sales period:
v Heads Up!: Warner Bros.
v Minecraft: Mojang
v Kirakira+: Kentaro Yama
v Plague Inc.: Ndemic Creations
v Life Is Strange: Square Enix Inc.
“Travelers” (complete second deteriorate on Netflix today): Hundreds of years from now, a final flourishing humans learn a means of promulgation alertness behind by time, directly into people in a 21st century. These “travelers” assume a lives of clearly pointless people, while personally operative as teams to perform missions in sequence to save amiability from a terrible future. Armed usually with their believe of story and an repository of amicable media profiles, a travelers learn that 21st century lives and relations are as most a plea as their high-stakes missions.
“The Sultan and a Saint” (8 p.m., PBS): This new film tells a little-known story of St. Francis of Assisi and a Sultan of Egypt, Muhammad Al-Kamil, dual charismatic group of opposite faiths who met on a bloody terrain and found common ground. In 1219, during a tallness of a Crusades — a sour eremite fight between Muslims and Christians — St. Francis risked his life in an try to move peace. What he encountered when he crossed rivalry lines was a Muslim personality who welcomed him, listened with honour and eventually responded with one of a biggest charitable acts in a story of warfare.
Kennedy Center Honors (9 p.m., CBS): This year’s recipients are Carmen de Lavallade, Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J, Norman Lear and Lionel Richey.
TV listings, C3
Historical multitude reveals speakers
The Boardman Historical Society has announced a 2018 speakers series. Here is a schedule:
Jan. 13: Bill Farragher, steel attention consultant.
Feb. 10: Rick Rowlands, owner of a Youngstown Steel Heritage Museum.
March 10: Sean Posey, internal author and historian.
April 14: Tom Welsh, internal author and historian.
May 1: J.E. Ballantyne, maestro actor, producer, executive and author.
All lectures will be during a Boardman Library, 7680 Glenwood Ave., and are giveaway to a public. Reservations are suggested. Walk-ins are admitted, formed on seating availability. For reservations, call Dona Hammond during 330-726-0651.
The BHS maintains a museum of internal artifacts during Boardman Park, in a ancestral Dechon House. Tours are by appointment only. For information about joining, hit Richard S. Scarsella during 330-726-8277.
Stambaugh Chorus skeleton open house
The Stambaugh Chorus, destined by Hae-Jong Lee, will have an open residence during Stambaugh Auditorium ballroom on Jan. 9 during 6:30 p.m., with snacks and a sing along.
New members are always welcome. For information, call Kellie during 330-509-9775, Billie during 330-544-3806 or Genevieve during 330-609-8407, or go to stambaughchorus.org.