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DAY PREP – 11/08/17 - Brought to you by D. L. Evans Bank, local Idaho-based community bank since 1904. Serving our communities  then, now and tomorrow.

The Wayne Nelson Cowboy Gathering will take place this Friday at the Wilson Theater in Rupert.  The gathering is a three-day event with free shows all day Friday and Saturday, an all-day craft show that is free to attend, and evening shows that showcase the event's best of the best performers.  The showcases cost ten dollars per person.  Then, join in on Cowboy Church on Sunday morning at 10, which is a nondenominational and uplifting service.  The entire three-day show is appropriate for all ages and includes artists from all over the West.

The Miss Kimberly Scholarship Pageant is this Friday from 7 ‘til 9 at the LA Thomas Building.  Each girl entered in the pageant will be performing a talent followed by the poise competition and impromptu question.  All participants will be judged on Platform, Interview Skills, Talent, and Poise.  The pageant costs $7 to attend.

The 3rd Annual Shoeboxes for Soldiers is this Saturday at United Methodist Church.  Cub Scout Pack 67 is collecting hygiene items, heat resistant candy and snacks, hand written cards & letters, and unbreakable ornaments to be sent to local soldiers serving overseas. Drop items off at the First United Methodist Church in Twin Falls on Saturday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and enjoy free hot dogs for donors and raffle items from local sponsors.  Monetary donations will be used to purchase items for the soldiers. Items can also be dropped at the church anytime before November 11 as well.

St. Jerome's International Harvest Fest is this Saturday in Jerome.  The event gets underway at 6 p.m. at St. Jerome’s parish hall.  Enjoy cuisine from around the world – including dishes from Africa, Germany, Italy, Mexico and Portugal.  There will be live and silent auctions and games for the whole family.  Tickets are available at the door.  This is an event for all ages.

The 'Celebration of Gratitude' Thanksgiving Musical Presentation is this Saturday at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on S. Temple Drive in Twin.   Come and enjoy beautiful songs and instruments with family and friends to celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. The public is invited to attend, and the show is open to all ages.  There's no cost to join in on the fun and light refreshments will be served.

The Viva Las Vegas Gala & Auction, sponsored by St. Nicholas Catholic School is this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at the Best Western Burley Inn. Join in the fun for a live & silent auction, prize drawings, casino games, and more! Bid on incredible items including KATY PERRY TICKETS, ski packages, Disney tickets, artwork and more! All ages are welcome to attend... and those in attendance can enter to win the grand prize which includes new tires, unlimited car washes, oil changes, detail service and more courtesy of Magic Valley Tire in Paul, and Mr. Gas! Tickets are $12.50 in advanced, $15.00 at the door.


MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Thor: Ragnarok, A Bad Mom’s Christmas, Jigsaw, Suburbicon, Thank You For Your Service, Geostorm, Only the Brave, Happy Death Day

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY): Thor: Ragnarok, A Bad Mom’s Christmas, The Foreigner, Only The Brave, Geostorm

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM): Marshall, Victoria & Abdul, Bad Moms Christmas, The Foreigner, Only The Brave, Thor: Ragnarok

For showtimes and advance tickets, CLICK ON THE NAME OF THE THEATER ABOVE.




FRIDAY 11.10 – Blues Traveler @ Knitting Factory – Boise

FRIDAY 11.10 & SATURDAY 11.11 – Warrant @ Cactus Petes – Jackpot

SATURDAY 11.11 – Third Eye Blind @ Knitting Factory - Boise



TUESDAY 11.14 – Michael McDonald @ Eccles Theatre – Salt Lake

SATURDAY 11.18 – David Archuletta @ Idaho State University - Pocatello

TUESDAY 11.21 – Trans-Siberian Orchestra @ Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake

FRIDAY 11.24 – Katy Perry @ Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake

MONDAY 11.27 – Jewel @ Eccles Theatre – Salt Lake

WEDNESDAY 11.29 – Billy Joel @ Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake

FRIDAY 12.01 & SATURDAY 12.02 – Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan @ Cactus Petes – Jackpot

MONDAY 12.11 – Lindsey Sterling @ Idaho Civic Auditorium – Idaho Falls




WEDNESDAY:  Cloudy & 49


THURSDAY:  Cloudy & 54

FRIDAY:  Showers & 53

SATURDAY:  Sunny & 50

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 53

MONDAY:  Showers & 54




Question of the Day:  It’s been a while since we’ve talked about how you’re killing your free time.  What show(s) are you currently binge watching?  Which shows are on your radar for future binge watching?  I just finished the first season of Fargo – and it was so intense, I’m afraid to get into the second season!  Of course, as a parent, husband and full time employee my binge watching doesn’t go nearly as fast as my single friends who binge around me… but every so often I lock onto a show and give it my all until it’s over.  On the binge horizon for me is the last season of Orange Is The New Black.  I binged every season up until the last one, but was too busy this summer to give it the time it needed.  So, after Fargo, I’ll head back to OITNB.  How about you?  (Broc) JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!




The Manhattan district attorney is expected to approach a grand jury to seek an indictment for Harvey Weinstein at some point next week.  The New York Police Department has been investigating the sixty-five-year-old disgraced mogul since detectives interviewed Boardwalk Empire actress Paz de la Huerta — who claims Weinstein assaulted her twice in 2010 — and found her story to be “credible.”   Police said that they have been able to corroborate aspects of de la Huerta’s story, and said that if the allegations were recent and the movie mogul were in New York, they would make the arrest.  Los Angeles police are also probing for “lewd conduct” stemming from an incident in 2015, while a similar investigation is underway in Beverly Hills.  Meanwhile, police in the United Kingdom have widened their investigation into Weinstein to include allegations of sexual assault by seven women.

Last week, Netflix cut ties with Kevin Spacey a day after CNN published new allegations of harassment from several current and former members of the "House of Cards" production staff - and now, the city of Baltimore is fearing what will happen if the show comes to an end.  For Season 4 alone, almost 2,700 cast, crew and extras were hired from Maryland, and the production bought or rented goods or services from almost 2,000 Maryland vendors, according to the Maryland Film Office.  A final audit by the state found that Season 5 of "House of Cards" contributed $129 million to Maryland's economy in the form of purchased goods and services from more than 1,750 Maryland businesses and the hiring of more than 1,800 local actors, crew and extras.  The state has awarded almost $60 million in tax credits to "House of Cards" over the years.  The show's future is still pretty blurry.  All we know now is that Netflix  has said it won't be involved with any further production of 'House of Cards' that includes Kevin Spacey, and that they'll continue to work with Media Rights Capital, the production company behind the show, during the hiatus time to evaluate their path forward as it relates to the show.

Sia may not want you to see her face, but she's apparently not as shy about her other parts.  The singer, who usually performs with a wig obscuring part of her face, shared an image on Monday that she said was of her in the buff.  And why, you ask?  As Sia posted along with the picture on her Instagram page, "Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans.  Save your money, here it is for free. Every day is Christmas!"