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DAY PREP – 08/10/17

County fair season is upon us, and this week it’s The Jerome County Fair & Rodeo – it kicked off earlier this week and runs through Saturday – this year featuring bloodless bullfights, the PRCA Rodeo and the tractor pull.  Cassia County Fair kicks off this Saturday 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

Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to attend the Credit Basics seminar today at the Twin Falls Public Library.  Teens will learn all about the ins and outs of credit with Brittanie from Wells Fargo - and she'll be available for questions about credit and everything finance-related.  The event starts at 4p.  All Library programs and events are free and open to the public.

Join Brothers In Arms Firearms for a basic shooting training class on handguns this Friday 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.  Buy tickets online at jerometickets.com.

 

MOVIES TONIGHT

MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  THE DARK TOWER, KIDNAP, ATOMIC BLONDE, THE EMOJI MOVIE, DUNKIRK, VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS, WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES, SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING, DESPICABLE ME 3 & WONDER WOMAN

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY):  ATOMIC BLOND, THE EMOJI MOVIE, DUNKIRK,, SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING AND WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES.

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM)ATOMIC BLONDE, THE EMOJI MOVIE, DUNKIRK,  AND THE BIG SICK

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

 

 

MAGIC VALLEY FIVE DAY FORECAST

***AIR QUALITY ADVISORY FOR TODAY - THE IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY HAS ISSUED AN ORANGE (UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS) AIR QUALITY ADVISORY FOR CAMAS, GOODING, JEROME, TWIN FALLS, LINCOLN, MINIDOKA, CASSIA AND BLAINE COUNTIES, DUE TO ELEVATED POLLUTANT LEVELS. THIS ADVISORY WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL AIR QUALITY CONDITIONS HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED. AIR POLLUTANTS CAN CAUSE BREATHING DIFFICULTIES FOR CHILDREN, THE ELDERLY, AS WELL AS PERSONS WITH RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS. THOSE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE SENSITIVE TO INCREASED PARTICULATE MATTER, GASEOUS POLLUTANTS SUCH AS OZONE, OR SMOKE, ARE ENCOURAGED TO AVOID PROLONGED OR STRENUOUS OUTDOOR ACTIVITY. IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED THAT ALL OTHER INDIVIDUALS LIMIT PROLONGED OR STRENUOUS ACTIVITY OUTDOORS.***

THURSDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 89

FRIDAY:  Sunny & 92

SATURDAY:  Sunny & 94

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 94

MONDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 88

Question of the Day: Last night, I got home to find my wife calmly trying to explain to me that while in the back yard, our dearest pup climbed on top of the hot tub and proceeded to eat part of the big expensive hot tub cover as if it were a snack.  If she wasn’t so cute, she wouldn’t be here with us today.  What’s the last thing your pet terrorized/trashed/destroyed but got away with it because he/she was just so cute and innocent?  Do you have pictures? JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.

HOLLYWOOD

The Taylor Swift camp has been in a Denver courtroom this week over a lawsuit that was filed against the singer involving the infamous Taylor Swift "bum-grab" by a Denver radio DJ from a few years back. Yesterday, her lawyer hit back at former radio show host David Mueller after he accused the star on the second day of their headline-making trial of costing him his job and ruining his reputation.  Swift's lawyer said that Taylor Swift and her people didn’t file a lawsuit against Mueller in publicand also suggested Mueller “rendered himself unemployable” by telling people in the radio industry about Swift’s allegations against him.  Mueller also admitted to only sending his headshot, resume and audio samples to the top 20 radio markets in the country - and said that there are around 200 radio markets in the country that he could have sought work.  After all, he's TOTALLY filthy enough to grab the co-host mic next door along side Dr. Nick every morning.

Bruce Springsteen officially announced his plans to take over Broadway's Walter Kerr Theater for eight weeks starting this October.  The "personal and intimate" "Springsteen on Broadway" residency will run from October 12th to November 26th, with Springsteen performing five nights a week, Tuesday to Saturday.  At each show, Springsteen will perform his music, read excerpts from his memoir Born to Run and deliver spoken word anecdotes from his career.  The 975-person venue has sat unoccupied since the Broadway production of Amelie closed in May, and decided to offer Springsteen the theater rent-free as they say he'll "keep the lights on in the building, and they'll sell gazillions of dollars worth of booze."

Kesha made her first major TV show appearance in four years yesterday on Good Morning America.  It's also her first appearance since the start of her legal turmoil with producer Dr. Luke.  The pop star gave an emotional performance of her new single "Praying," the first track from her new album Rainbow, her first major record in five years.  She then fought back tears while talking about her new music.  "I think this record has quite literally saved my life," Kesha said about her album. "And I hope you guys like it and I hope you can hear it and I hope it helps people."  The first single "Prayer" is believed to be about her battle with Dr. Luke, who she's said since first filing her lawsuit against the producer in 2014, is responsible for physically and emotionally assaulting and abusing her while working with her on her records.