Southern Idaho rock fans should start preparing now for two evenings of musical disorderly conduct in Jackpot, Nevada. Cactus Petes Resort Casino is located just 45 miles south of Twin Falls on Highway 93 and plays host to great bands all year long.
The Academy Awards are just a few weeks away. The buzz in the industry is that the best actor award will most likely go to a familiar man who is making a motion picture comeback in a film where he's portraying a young, heavy-set man growing up gay in Idaho.
This story poses an obviously silly scenario. A movie with a plot surrounding a bear that gets hold of a large amount of cocaine and consumes it is scheduled for release at theaters in the United States on February 24, 2023.
Country recording artists Big & Rich will stop in southeastern Idaho on Wednesday evening for one performance. The November 30 date is the band's final of the year before heading east to Pennsylvania in January to continue the tour.
Yellowstone's plot centers around the trials and tribulations of the Dutton family, who run the largest cattle ranch in the state. The show also features some pretty great music from bands that pass through southern Idaho from time to time.
I've watched a tremendous amount of Disney movies and cartoons over the course of my life. One thing I never knew about the face of Disney is that the woman who gave Mickey Mouse his name was born 400 miles north of Twin Falls, Idaho.
Of all the famous film location sites Idaho has provided the movie industry over the years, this Ketchum location is the closest to the Magic Valley of all of them. That's if you're not counting Breakfast of Champions (shot in Twin Falls) starring Bruce Willis and Brad Weiser.