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When you’re not watching Bronco football players being flagged for doing the invisible horse dance in the end zone against Fresno State:
1. SEE A THRILLER
Local movie used to mean unwatchable movie. Not anymore. Filmed in Boise, "3 of a Kind" is an award-winning psychological thriller that confronts domestic violence. Watching the trailer, you get the feeling Boiseans may be cheering at the screen during the Idaho premiere. The showing at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Egyptian Theatre is part of a planned 17-city tour with proceeds going to local domestic violence shelters. Actress Margot Kidder, who plays Claire, says, " '3 of a Kind' is an extraordinary film, and to shoot it in Boise was a wonderful experience."
Submitted by Michael Deeds on Tue, 10/09/2012 - 4:05pm, updated on Mon, 10/15/2012 - 1:39pm
The contest is over. Congrats to Leif E. and John G., who each won a pair of tickets.
Have your cake and eat it, too: Electro house madman Steve Aoki is headed for the Revolution Center on Wednesday, Oct. 17, ready to splatter you with champagne and baked goods. You can win a pair of tickets right here in one of two ways: Through an email contest and/or on Twitter.
Beginning Oct. 24 with a free, invitation-only kickoff party, the Garden City venue will launch Club Rev, a weekly dance bash.
“Our goal is to keep the energy high, keep people dancing and throw a big party every Wednesday,” says owner Creston Thornton, who previously opened The Big Easy, which eventually was sold to, and renamed, the Knitting Factory.
Potential for success seems solid at the 2,200-capacity Revolution Center — at least based on response from about 600 Capital High students who danced the night away for homecoming Sept. 28.
Here's what Tim Johnstone and I played and discussed on last night's show:
-Randy Newman, "I'm Dreaming"
-Prince, "RNR Affair"
-Soundgarden, "Been Away Too Long"
-Donald Fagen, "I'm not the Same Without You"
-Bob Dylan, "Pay in Blood"
-Neil Young, "Walk Like a Giant"
-Alanis Morissette, "Guardian"
-The Helio Sequence, "October"
When you aren’t sweating about the possibility of the 0-4 Golden Eagles breaking out the triple option against the Broncos …
1. GO TO THE BEACH
Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House — whose latest album, “Bloom,” has been hailed by critics as one of the year’s best — floats into the Egyptian Theatre tonight. If you’re looking for a different sort of heavy, behold classic American doom-metal band Saint Vitus (who also happen to be very nice guys) tonight at Neurolux.
Bone Thugs -n- Harmony: 8 p.m. Dec. 1, Revolution Center, 4983 Glenwood St., Garden City. $15 first 100 tickets sold, $20 second 100, $25 third 100, then $29.50 general, $49.50 VIP. Ticketfly. On sale at 10 a.m Oct. 5
Ghost Hunters Live with Jason Hawes: Ghost Hunters Live with Jason Hawes: Hawes and another member of T.A.P.S. (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) talk about their adventures and paranormal experiences. Learn their unique methods for tracking the paranormal and see unreleased footage from the show. 8 p.m. March 1, Morrison Center, 2201 Cesar Chavez Lane, Boise. $27.50, $32.50 and $75 (includes post show meet-and-greet). Select-a-Seat. On sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 5