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DAY PREP 06/28/17

The Gooding Community Theater presents Peter Pan tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.  Tickets are five bucks at the door with all proceeds going toward future performances.  The shows begin at 7p each night and will be held at the Gooding High School.

The Freedom Fest Fourth of July celebration is this weekend in Jerome!  Festivities will start at 2 p.m. Saturday at North Park. The celebration, presented by Community Spirit Committee, will feature music and live entertainment, children’s activities, vendors, food, and a beer garden. The fireworks display will follow at dusk Saturday night at Jerome High School, 104 Tiger Drive.

It’s Sagebrush Days this weekend in Buhl.  Sagebrush Days features a tractor pull at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Buhl Rodeo Grounds, admission is free; and a community church service and a performance by Magic Valley Jubilee, 6:30 p.m. at Eastman Park in Buhl; bring lawn chairs. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.  Festivities continue on Monday with the annual Trout Festival downtown.  The Trout dinner starts at 4 p.m., with music by Copperhead at 7 p.m. Local vendors and a beer and wine garden will be set up and available.  Hit up  Buhlchamber.org for more info.

MOVIES TONIGHT

MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT, ALL EYEZ ON ME, CARS 3, ROUGH NIGHT, THE MUMMY, CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS, WONDER WOMAN, PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL 2 & GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

CENTURY STADIUM 5TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT, CARS 3, THE MUMMY, WONDER WOMAN, ROUGH NIGHT

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS:  TRANSFORMERS: The Last Knight, CARS 3, WONDER WOMAN, MEAGAN LEAVEY, PARIS CAN WAIT and ROUGH NIGHT.

 

 

FORECAST

TODAY:  Sunny & 83

TONIGHT:  Clear & 53

THURSDAY:  Sunny & 81

FRIDAY:  Sunny & 87

SATURDAY:  Ptly Cloudy & 93

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 91

 

QUESTION OF THE DAYQuestion of the Day: To throw them or to save them. In a world where society is more politically divided than it's ever been, the state has again begun bursting into flames and Kim Kardashain just can't seem to catch a break on her parenting decisions, I'M taking on topics that REALLY matter. You know when you pull through the drive through, ask Taco Bell for a handful of hot sauce and they literally give you a HANDFUL, more than you'll ever be able to use on your meal? Or when you order Chinese to go and the bottom of your bag is LITTERED with what seems like gallons of soy and duck sauce? What do you do with the left overs? My wife and I have this debate every time the fridge starts filling up with my backstock of Jack In The Box sweet & sour. Do you save them? Because I mean, throwing them away is after all WASTEFUL - or do you SAVE them, letting those expiration date-free envelopes of saucy goodness pile up in the bottom refrigerator door? I can't seem to part with them. EVER. My wife can't throw them away fast enough and in fact will go so far as to remind me to NOT ask for a "handful" but be specific when ordering. "Only ask them for three or four because you'll NEVER use the literal handful they'll give you!" she says. One thing's for sure - expired or not, I'm NEVER without a packet of generic fancy catsup when in need. (Broc)

 

HOLLYWOOD

Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki's home was burned down during a massive bush fire that is still ravaging the California coast.  Galecki was not on the property at the time of the Monday inferno, which destroyed his ranch as well as other buildings in San Luis Obispo, located roughly halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on California's Central Coast.  Galecki, who plays Dr. Leonard Hofstadter in the hit CBS sitcom, said his "heart goes out to all in the area who are also experiencing loss from this vicious fire."  The fast-moving fire began at around 3.30 p.m. local time on Monday and is currently only 60 percent contained, according to California's fire service. Nearly 1,600 acres have already been torched in the incident, and fire officials restricting access to places affected by the blaze.

Jimmy Fallon has topped Stephen Colbert in late-night ratings for the first time since Donald Trump has been president.  The Nielsen company said that Fallon’s “Tonight” show averaged 2.66 million viewers last week, just SLIGHTLY more than the 2.62 million achieved by Colbert’s “Late Show.” Colbert, with his political humor, eclipsed long-time leader Fallon the week after Trump’s January inauguration and hasn’t looked back.

Michael Bond, the genial British author who created Paddington Bear, the polite, good-natured but disaster-prone little hero of children’s novels, picture and activity books, television series, and films, died at his home in London on Tuesday. He was 91.  The death was announced by his publisher, Harper Collins, which said that Mr. Bond had died after a short illness. It did not specify a cause.