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DAILY BLOG ENTRIES

DAY PREP – 10/20/17 - Brought to you by D. L. Evans Bank, local Idaho-based community bank since 1904. Serving our communities  then, now and tomorrow.

The annual Stricker After Dark event will be held tonight and tomorrow night at the historic Rock Creek Stage Station and Stricker Homesite.  At this year's Stricker After Dark, guests will be taken on a candlelit tour of the Stricker home, which was built in 1900. As the tour guides take guests through the house, they will tell you spooky stories about the home and property. The house tour is recommended for ages 6 and up, and children cannot be carried on the tour.  Guests are also invited to take a moonlit stroll through the grounds of the site, sit by a roaring campfire, and visit the Interpretive Center.  Cost is $5 per person, with all proceeds going to preserve and maintain the Stricker property.

Heath Harmison, a Twin Falls native, performs live tomorrow night in the Gala Showroom at Cactus Pete's.  He got his start with Danny Marona's stand-up comedy club right here in Southern Idaho, and now can be seen as a Las Vegas Strip regular, opening for such headliners as Brad Garrett, Louie Anderson, Dennis Miller and Eddie Griffin.  If you wanna catch him, get tickets for the performances - there are two of them, the first at 5:30 and the second at 8:30 - at cactuspetes.com.

Have lunch with the witches at Nature Nursery & Markets this Saturday from 11 ‘til 4.  The event includes trick or treating, a bakery, face painting, fortune telling, pumpkin decorating and even a Halloween parade at noon!  Cost is five bucks per person and that includes lunch.  Again, it’s this Saturday from 11 ‘til 4 at Nature Nursery & Markets, 120 East Highway 81 in Burley.

Join me broadcasting live Saturday from 11 'til 1 at the NEW Oasis Stop N' Go Chevron at the corner of Elm and Addison, across the street from Kmart.  In celebration of the new store, Oasis is throwing a Customer Appreciation event and they've invited me down to be a part of it1  During the broadcast, snag one dollar hot dogs and sodas PLUS a bowl of Grandma Chrissy's famous chili!  I'll be there with tons of door prizes to give away as well, including Oasis gift cards and Hot 100 FM t-shirts1 

The Twin Falls County Fair Foundation's 'Anything Potato' cook-off is this Saturday from 5:30 'til 8 in Twin Falls COunty Fairgrounds Merchant Building #3.  Cost is $20 per family or $10 per person and $4 for kids aged 5 to 11.  If you'd like to ENTER the cook-off, all organizations, service groupsandr individuals are welcome to do so.   Any recipe containing potato as an ingredient is eligible.  Each group or individual entry must cook and provide enough 2 oz. samples for 200 people.  Cups and utensils will be provided.   The attending public will make their choice for the best of "Anything Potato."  For more information call the Twin Falls County Fair Office.

MOVIES TONIGHT

MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Geostorm, Same Kind Of Different As Me, The Snowman, Only The Brave, The Foreigner, Happy Death Day, Blade Runner 2049, The Mountain Between Us, My Little Pony: The Movie, American Made, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Lego Ninjago Movie, It & Despicable Me 3

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY): Only The Brave, Geostorm, My Little Pony: The Movie, Flatliners, The Mountain Between Us & Happy Death Day

BURLEY THEATER:  Spiderman: Homecoming

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM)Victoria & Abdul, Take Every Wave: The Life Of Laird Hamilton, Geostorm, Blade Runner 2049, Battle Of The Sexes, The Mountain Between Us & American Made  

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

 

CONCERTS THIS WEEK

FRIDAY – 10.20 – Tim Allen – Eccles Theatre – Salt Lake

SATURDAY – 10.21 – Luke Bryan & Brett Eldredge – Usana Amphitheatre – Salt Lake

SATURDAY - 10.21 - Heath Harmison - Cactus Pete's Gala Showroom - Jackpot

 

OTHER UPCOMING CONCERTS

NEXT WEDNESDAY, 10.25 – Kesha – Rockwell @ The Complex – Salt Lake

NEXT THURSDAY, 10.26 – Mary Lambert @ The Neurolux – Boise

NEXT THURSDAY, 10.26 – Needtobreathe @ Knitting Factory - Boise

SATURDAY 11.04 – Ani DiFranco  @ Eccles Theatre – Salt Lake

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

 

MAGIC VALLEY FIVE DAY FORECAST

FRIDAY:  Morning showers & 51

SATURDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 52

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 66

MONDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 62

TUESDAY:  Sunny & 63

WEDNESDAY THROUGH NEXT WEEKEND:  Sunny with highs in the upper 50’s to low 60’s.

 

FRIDAY’S QUESTION OF THE DAY

Question of the Day:  If you were arrested with no explanation, what do you think your friends and family would assume you were being arrested for?  And, if you were on the receiving end of an unexplained “Your spouse is in jail” call, what would you assume HE (or she) was in jail for? (Broc) JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!

 

HOLLYWOOD

According to a new report, Harvey Weinstein sobbed and pleaded, “I’m not that guy. I’m not that guy!” to an assistant after the first bombshell article on the harassment allegations came out.  But then, it was his employees who were the ones weeping when a second huge story came out days later containing more severe assault accusations and audio of Weinstein admitting to groping a model — as they realized they may have unwittingly enabled the predatory producer.  In the new report published in the New York Times, an assistant to Weinstein said that Harvey was glad the first report had come out on a weekday instead of a weekend, believing fewer people would read it.  Weinstein's staffers say they had no idea they were working for a predator and are now struggling with the public opinion that they acted as “honey pots” for their boss to lure in unsuspecting victims.  One former assistant says she may have missed signs, saying she once applied to be a producer at the company, but was warned against it by several other staffers.  She was told by one former assistant “Do not take this job.  You will see things you will never be able to unsee, and you will do things you will never forgive yourself for."  She now says feels “like an idiot.”  The same unnamed staffers who threw their former boss under the bus in this new report also released a lengthy statement to the New Yorker, asking that the Weinstein Company let its workers out of their non-disclosure agreements immediately — “so we may speak openly, and get to the origins of what happened here, and how.”

Shia LaBeouf was in a Georgia courtroom yesterday where he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction.  The charge stems from an incident in July in Savannah, Georgia.  LaBeouf was in Georgia shooting his upcoming movie The Peanut Butter Falcon.  Video of the incident eventually surfaced online and shows him spewing obscenities at police officers and resisting arrest.  In addition to the obstruction charge, he had also originally been charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct.  The public drunkeness charge was dropped, and he pleaded no contest to the disorderly conduct charge.  As a result of yesterday's plea, LaBeouf will spend a year on probation.

Anna Faris opens up about her son's health battle in her new memoir due in bookstores next week, stating that the weeks that followed her son's birth were emotionally exhausting for her and ex-husband Chris Pratt.  She said "The pediatric neurosurgeon sat Chris and me down to tell us that Jack had some severe brain bleeding abnd there was a chance that he could be developmentally disabled."  Jack, who is now 5 and healthy as ever, was born several weeks premature.  Anna's new memoir, titled "Unqualified" comes out next Tuesday.