Mark Ruffalo joins march

Actor Mark Ruffalo has joined activists marching from Charlottesville, Va., to the nation’s capital to condemn white supremacy recently on display in the Virginia city.

The Avengers star tweeted photos of himself Thursday in “The March to Confront White Supremacy.”

In a statement, Ruffalo says he’s marching in memory of Heather Heyer, who died when a car plowed into a group of people protesting the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 12. Ruffalo also condemned President Donald Trump’s response that “both sides” were to blame for the violence.

Ruffalo says there’s “no place for racism, violence, and hatred” in the country.

Organizers said they had to stop Wednesday’s portion of the march early because they received threats.

Gathering to honor Jerry Lewis

Family and invited guests will gather Monday in Las Vegas to celebrate the life of famed comedian Jerry Lewis.

Spokeswoman Candi Cazau says Hollywood celebrities will join family members to remember the clownish comic and longtime host of the annual muscular dystrophy telethons.

The gathering at the South Point hotel-casino where Lewis last performed as telethon host will be closed to the public and press. The family is not releasing a guest list.

Lewis died Aug. 20 at age 91 in Las Vegas of heart disease and was cremated.

Concerts to benefit Harvey victims

Houston native Solange and rock band Fall Out Boy are planning to donate proceeds from their concerts to help those affected by Tropical Depression Harvey.

Solange said she’ll give all of the earnings from her Sept. 28 show in Boston to those affected by Harvey. The singer also said $3 from each ticket from her Oct. 3 show in New York would go to Harvey relief.

Solange said she’s “committed to partnering with organizations on the ground in Houston and making contributions to uplift the city that raised me with so much love.”

Fall Out Boy said all of the proceeds from their Nov. 7 show in Houston would go to Harvey relief. The Texas Tenors said they would donate all of the sales from their new single, Rise, to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.