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DAY PREP – 08/11/17

County fair season is upon us, and this week it’s The Jerome County Fair & Rodeo – it runs through tomorrow.  The Cassia County Fair kicks OFF tomorrow and runs through August 19th, this year featuring a motorcycle & ATV rodeo, the rodeo, and live music from Aaron Watson and Ned Ledoux.  Gooding County’s Fair and Rodeo runs concurrent with Cassia County this year, kicking off next Monday and running through the 19th featuring a rodeo, barrel racing, a street dance and live music from the Garage Boys Band  Then, the Twin Falls County Fair runs August 30th through September 4th, featuring the Magic Valley Stampede PRCA Rodeo, the All Star Monster Truck Tour, and live music from Trace Adkins.  

FAIR LINKS:

MINIDOKA COUNTY FAIR

BLAINE COUNTY FAIR

JEROME COUNTY FAIR

CASSIA COUNTY FAIR

GOODING COUNTY FAIR

TWIN FALLS COUNTY FAIR

Local singer/songwriter Brianne Lynn performs live tonight at the Twin Falls Sandwich Company.  The show is free and gets underway at 6p.

Join Brothers In Arms Firearms for a basic shooting training class on handguns tonight from 6 'til 7:30.  This class is meant for beginners and those who have not handled handguns often but want to get more familiar and comfortable with shooting. The class is given by an NRA licensed instructor and will be held at Patriot Defense, 4348 D Clear Lakes Rd in Buhl.  Cost of the class is $20.

The 2nd annual Edgefest is this Sunday at the Jerome County Fairgrounds, hosted by sister station 103.1 The Edge.  This year, the rock show features Ded, Through Fire, Gemini Syndrome, Jack Russell's Great White, Royal Bliss, Lit, Alien Ant Farm, Saliva and P.O.D. plus three Idaho bands opening up the show.  While the show is open to all ages, the language will be that of an R-rated movie and it's probably not a show for the kids.  Tickets are on sale now at jerometickets.com.

 

MOVIES TONIGHT

MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Annabelle: Creation, The Glass Castle, The Nutjob 2: Nutty By Nature, The Dark Tower, Kidnap, The Emoji Movie, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, Dunkirk, War For The Planet Of The Apes, Spiderman: Homecoming, Despicable Me 3, Wonder Woman

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY):  The Nutjob 2: Nutty By Nature, Annabelle: Creation, Dunkirk, Atomic Blond & The Emoji Movie.

BURLEY THEATER:  Spiderman: Homecoming

 MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM)An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth To The Power, Nutjob 2: Nutty By Nature, Detroit, The Dark Tower, The Big Sick, Atomic Blonde & Dunkirk

For showtimes and advance tickets, click on the name of the theater above.

 

 

MAGIC VALLEY FIVE DAY FORECAST

An air quality alert is in effect again for today.  Due to smoke from the wildfires, those sensitive to the smoke are urged to avoid prolonged exposure to the outdoor air – also to avoid any outdoor strenuous activity.

(THURSDAY NIGHT:  Partly Cloudy & 59)

FRIDAY:  Sunny & 91

FRIDAY NIGHT:  Clear & 59

SATURDAY:  Sunny & 95

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 92

MONDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 85

Question of the Day: With my son just a few days away from his first day of kindergarten, the debate has come up in my house on whether or not we should put a cell phone in his pocket so he can call us in case of an emergency. My son is more tech-savvy than most kids his age (and that's all my fault), but five just seems REALLY young for a phone. Parents, at what age do you think it's appropriate to arm the kids with their own smartphone? JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.

 

HOLLYWOOD

Taylor Swift took the stand for the first time yesterday in the widely publicized “bum grab” case where a Denver radio DJ blamed Swift for him getting fired at KYGO, and also for his inability to get a job after said termination.  Swift filed a counter-suit a month after the former DJ – David Mueller – filed his.  She accused HIM of grabbing her backside intentionally during a meet and greet photo.  It was Mueller’s attorney who called Swift to the stand, and saying that she stood her ground is an understatement.  “It was a definite grab.  A very long grab,” she said of the incident.  When questioned on whether or not she was upset with her bodyguard for not intervening, she said "What Mr. Mueller did was, like I said, very intentional and the location was very intentional and it happened very quickly and I wasn't going to blame (my bodyguard) for something Mr. Mueller did."  And when asked about whether or not Swift thought Mueller got what he deserved when he got fired from KYGO, she said "I am not going to allow you or your client in any way to make me feel like this was my fault, because it isn't.  I am being blamed for the unfortunate events of his life that are a product of his decisions, not mine."

The hackers behind HBO's recent breach have leaked a screenshot of an email that shows a senior vp for the network offering the hackers $250,000 as a "bug bounty payment."  In what appears to be an effort to embarrass HBO, the email dated July 27 indicates a negotiation going on between the network and the hackers. The e-mail is carefully worded and avoids language that would be construed as paying off the hackers and instead is framed as an offer for a reward for discovering vulnerabilities in HBO's system.  It is unclear if the HBO email is authentic or if it has been doctored in any way.  The hackers claim to have 1.5 terabytes of data stolen from HBO. So far, they have released some unaired episodes of HBO content including Ballers and Room 104. On Monday, the hackers released a cache of data that contained a script summary for Sunday's Game of Thrones episode as well as 30 days' worth of emails from a programming executive.

And the new family movie to see this weekend is The Nut Job 2:  Nutty By Nature.  In the movie, The evil mayor of Oakton has decided to bulldoze Liberty Park and build a dangerous amusement park in its place. Surly and his ragtag group of animal friends band together to save their home, defeat the mayor, and take back the park.  The film stars Will Arnett and Katherine Heigel, and is showing at all Magic Valley movie theaters starting tonight.