1 CENE YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO ARTS AND CULTURE IN THE WILD ARTS BOOKS MOVIES MUSIC TELEVISION THEATER JULY 9-16, 2015 THE SHERIDAN PRESS Quilting for kids A quilt called Rainy Mountain made by Deana Harragarra Waters is displayed during the Miss Indian America Invitational Art Exhibition at the Sagebrush Community Art Center. JUSTIN SHEELY THE SHERIDAN PRESS Pendleton Posse here Thursday 5-6pm!! BEER Oculto 6pk $7.50 Black Crown 12pk $12.59 Bud/Lt Suitcase $22.64 PBR Cubes $19.34 Miller Lt/64 Suitcase $22.64 Keystone 30pk $21.23 WINE Barefoot Refresh Wines $7.45 Ghost Pines Merlot $16.65 Sebastiani Cabernet $10.95 Wild Horse Chardonnay $14.25 Zenato Pinot Grigio $13.95 Veuve 750ml $48.65 SPIRITS Captain Morgan 750ml $14.55 Disaronno 750ml $23.75 Patron Silver 1.75L $87.95 Grey Goose Vodka & Flavors 750ml $31.95 Crown Royal 1.75L $48.35 Black Velvet Toasted Caramel 1.75L $ E. Brundage Lane THIS WEEK ONLY! 7/9-7/15 Smirnoff Sorbet Vodka 750ml $11.49 Absolut 1.75L Pendleton 750ml $17.99 Bodega Elena Wines $6.99 Yellow Tail 750ml $5.99 Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc $9.99
2 2 JULY 9-16, 2015 THE SHERIDAN PRESS SCENE Aworld-renowned artist is coming to Sheridan to teach a class quilting enthusiasts won t want to miss, but here is a catch. Deana Harragarra aters is coming to work with chilren. "Quilting for Kids will take place Saturday at the Sagebrush Community Art Center for kids of all ages and skill levels. This kids quilting class Alisa Brantz The Sheridan Press at Sagebrush came about because Deanna's extraordinary, worldrenowned quilts are displayed in our Miss Indian merica exhibition in our Fine Art allery for the month of July, Sagerush Community Art Center Execuive Director Kate Harrington said. When we were putting together his show last year, we asked eanna if she would consider doing kids quilting class while the show as up and she graciously agreed. Inexperienced kids will learn to ake a square in a square quilt lock using a paper piecing techique. Older quilters will learn to make a og cabin quilt block. No sewing exerience is necessary. But the design and lessons are a Quilting for kids JUSTIN SHEELY THE SHERIDAN PRESS A quilt called Day and Night made by Deana Harragarra Waters is displayed during the Miss Indian America Invitational Art Exhibition at the Sagebrush Community Art Center. small part of what makes the opportunity so rare. The class instructor is a well known Native American artist and her quilt studio was part of the Denver Art Museum's Spun Adventures in Textile recently. Along with being a world-class quilter, Waters is a great many things including a children s librarian, a lawyer and an educated leader with a passion for reading. Waters received her bachelor s degree in political science and her master s of library science from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, before earning her Juris Doctor degree from the UO School of Law. She has since gone on to make an impact in the lives of children and adult readers and quilters alike. "Deanna has the perfect personality to work with kids, Harrington said. Her enthusiasm, knowledge and love of quilting ensures that the class will be a success." Two sessions will be offered for $10 per person. Quilters in grades kindergarten through second are welcome from 10 a.m. to noon and third grade and older will be hosted from 1-3 p.m. The Sagebrush Community Art Center is located at 201 E. Fifth St. in the Historic Train Depot. For more information, call Kate Harrington at , or see Find these stories and more at: thesheridanpress.com Miss Indian America Reunion returns to Sheridan July 9, 10 FROM STAFF REPORTS SHERIDAN The third annual Miss Indian America Reunion will come to Sheridan Thursday and Friday in conjunction with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo. Ten former Miss Indian Americas will travel to Sheridan to participate in several scheduled events. As part of the celebration, the Sheridan County Public Library System, The Wyoming Room and Sagebrush Community Art Center will offer a public luncheon and educational program about the history of the Miss Indian America Pageant at the Historic Sheridan Inn at noon on Thursday, led by local historian Judy Slack. Tickets are on sale now through the WYO Theater box office for $20. The first Miss Indian America pageant was held in Sheridan in 1953 as part of All American Indian Days held during Rodeo Week. The festival came about after the selection of Lucy Yellowmule in 1951 as Queen for the 1952 Sheridan WYO Rodeo. Local residents and Indian leaders then decided that a new Indian woman should be chosen each year to represent the Indian people as Miss Indian America. Sheridan hosted the pageant until The reunion event schedule is as follows: July 9 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Native American Art Market, Sagebrush Community Art Center Noon to 3 p.m., luncheon and meet and greet with Miss Indian America delegates followed by educational program, Historic Sheridan Inn, $20 5:30-7:30 p.m., Miss Indian America Invitational Art Exhibition reception, Sagebrush Community Art Center July a.m., Miss Indian America delegates ride in Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade
3 SCENE JULY 9-16, 2015 THE SHERIDAN PRESS 3 8 DAYS A WEEK THURSDAY, JULY 9 9 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo slack, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Western and Native American Arts and Crafts Fair, Sagebrush Community Art Center, 201 E. Fifth St. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Native American art market, Sagebrush Community Art Center parking lot, 201 E. Fifth St. noon, Miss Indian America reunion lunch, Historic Sheridan Inn, 856 N. Broadway St., $20 1 p.m., Flying H High Goal polo games, Flying H Polo Club, 280 Bird Farm Road, Big Horn 3 p.m., Native American Powwow, Historic heridan Inn, 856 Broadway St. 5 p.m. to midnight, Sheridan WYO Rodeo carival, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoia St. 5-7 p.m., Farmers Market, Grinnell Plaza 5:30-7:30 p.m., Miss Indian America Invitaional art exhibit reception, Sagebrush Commuity Art Center, 201 E. Fifth St. 6:30 p.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo and Indian elay Races, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 ictoria St. RIDAY, JULY a.m., Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, Grinnell laza, $5 adults, $3 kids 12 and under 8 a.m., Sneakers and Spurs Rodeo Run, Main treet, $20 pre-registration, $25 Thursday and riday registration 9 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo slack, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St. 9 a.m., Beds Along the Bighorns race, Main treet 10 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo parade, Historic owntown Sheridan 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Native American art market, agebrush Community Art Center parking lot, 01 E. Fifth St. noon, First People s Powwow and Dance, Hisoric Sheridan Inn, 856 Broadway St. noon to 5 p.m., Western and Native American rts and Crafts Fair, Sagebrush Community Art enter, 201 E. Fifth St. 1 p.m., Kiwanis Duck Race, Kendrick Park, $5 a uck 5 p.m. to midnight, Sheridan WYO Rodeo carival, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoia St. 6:30 p.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo and Indian elay Races, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 ictoria St. 7 p.m., Tongue Riverpalooza Family Outing, onnor State Park 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo Street ance, Main Street, $5 per person ATURDAY, JULY 11 9 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo slack, Sheridan ounty Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Western and Native Amerian Arts and Crafts Fair, Sagebrush Community rt Center, 201 E. Fifth St. 1 p.m., Flying H High Goal polo games, Flying H olo Club, 280 Bird Farm Road, Big Horn 5 p.m. to midnight, Sheridan WYO Rodeo carival, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoia St. 6:30 p.m., Coronation of the 2016 Sheridan YO Rodeo Royalty, Sheridan County Fairrounds, 1753 Victoria St. 6:30 p.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo and Indian Relay Races, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St., $20.50 adults 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sheridan WYO Rodeo Street Dance, Main Street, $5 per person SUNDAY, JULY a.m., Bob King Memorial Team Roping, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Western and Native American Arts and Crafts Fair, Sagebrush Community Art Center, 201 E. Fifth St. 1 p.m., Polo game and tailgate party, Big Horn Equestrian Center, 352 Bird Farm Road, Big Horn MONDAY, JULY 13 All day, Wyoming Theater Festival, wyomingtheaterfestival.com for specific times, titles and locations TUESDAY, JULY 14 All day, Wyoming Theater Festival, wyomingtheaterfestival.com for specific times, titles and locations 1 p.m., Polish Immigration to Sheridan County, presentation, Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, 335 W. Alger St. 6 p.m., Longmire Country evening, Historic Sheridan Inn, 856 N. Broadway St., $20 in advance, $25 at the door 7 p.m., Polish Immigration to Sheridan County, presentation, Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, 335 W. Alger St. 7:30 p.m., Concert in the Park, band shell, Kendrick Park WEDNESDAY, JULY 15 All day, Wyoming Theater Festival, wyomingtheaterfestival.com for specific times, titles and locations All day, deadline to submit comment on Travel Management Rule 10 a.m., Wyoming Wednesday, Wyoming Welcome Center, 1517 E. Fifth St. 12:10 p.m., ParkFit, capture the flag, Sheltered Acres Park 5 p.m., Wyoming Senior Olympics Summer Game, see for times and locations 5:30 p.m., Public meeting on Brownfield Assessment Project, Sheridan Senior Center, 211 Smith St. 7:30 p.m., "The New Vaudevillians" variety show, WYO Theater, 42 N. Main St., $12 for adults and seniors, $6 students THURSDAY, JULY 16 All day, Wyoming Theater Festival, wyomingtheaterfestival.com for specific times, titles and locations All day, Wyoming Senior Olympics Summer Game, see for times and locations 1 p.m., Flying H High Goal polo games, Flying H Polo Club, 280 Bird Farm Road, Big Horn 5-7 p.m., Sheridan Farmers Market, Grinnell Plaza 5-9 p.m., Third Thursday Street Festival, Historic Main Street and Grinnell Plaza 6-9 p.m., Sheridan Cowgirls Rodeo, Sheridan County Fairgrounds, 1753 Victoria St., 6:30-8:30 p.m., Montana Shakespeare in the Parks Cyrano de Bergerac, band shell, Kendrick Park New Vaudevillians return to WYO Theater July 15 FROM STAFF REPORTS SHERIDAN The New Vaudevillians will be back on the WYO Theater main stage and they are seeking musicians, magicians, comedians, jugglers and more. Ron Kensey is back as emcee, along with Kathy McNickle and the New Vaudevillians Band. The group is seeking performers for one or more of the New Vaudevillians' summer shows. Shows are July 15, 22 and 29 and Aug. 5 and 12, at 7:30 p.m. Vaudeville is a series of "up to five minutes" upbeat, high energy acts such as singing, dancing, magic, standup comedy, sketch comedy, animal acts, tightrope walking, acrobatics and unusual circumstances. The more outlandish the performance, the better. If the organizers haven't seen your act before, they might need a simple audition to help plan the lineup. Contact Kim Detmer at to set this up. Transition times and props need to be kept to a minimum. Some of the most successful acts will combine two or more entertainment elements, like singing with dance, comedy with song, magic with comedy or sketches with costumes, props or classic comedy sketches. Singers/instrumentalists are asked to use the stage band and supply the sheet music to McNickle, preferably by Monday prior to the show. If you'd like to participate, contact Detmer at Mc- Nickle at or or Kensey at or
4 4 JULY 9-16, 2015 THE SHERIDAN PRESS SCENE ENTERTAINMENT itunes TOP 10 TOP 5 READS TOP SONGS 1. Cheerleader, by Omi 2. Can t Feel My Face, by The Weeknd 3. Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae), by Silento 4. Fight Song, by Rachel Platten (feat. Remy Boyz), by Fetty Wap 6. Honey, I m Good., by Andy Grammer 7. Bad Blood (feat. Kendrick Lamar), by Taylor Swift 8. Good for You (feat. A$AP Rocky), by Selena Gomez 9. Shut Up and Dance, by WALK THE MOON 10. All Eyes On You (feat. Chris Brown), by Meek Mill itunes TOP 10 TOP PAID IPHONE APPS: 1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang 2. Heads Up!, Warner Bros. 3. Lifeline, 3 Minute Games, LLC 4. Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations 5. THE GAME OF LIFE Classic Edition, Electronic Arts 6. Facetune, Lightricks ltd. 7. Akinator the Genie, Elokence 8. Afterlight, Afterlight Collective, Inc 9. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games AB 10. Scholly: Scholarship Search, Scholly, LLC AT HOME Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library 1. Dry Bones by Craig Johnson 2. Solitude Creek by Jeffery Deaver 3. Robert B. Parker s Kickback by Ace Atkins 4. From a High Tower by Mercedes Lackey 5. Gray Mountain by John Grisham Sheridan Stationery, Books and Gallery 1. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman 2. Hiking Wyoming's Cloud Peak Wilderness by Erik Molvar 3. The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown 4. Stone Cold by C.J. Box 5. Shots Fired by C.J. Box The Associated Press itunes top 10 selling singles and albums of the week. TOP ALBUMS 1. Dreams Worth More Than Money, by Meek Mill 2. Wildheart, by Miguel 3. Magic Mike XXL, by Various Artists , by Taylor Swift 5.. x, by Ed Sheeran 6. Dark Before Dawn, by Breaking Benjamin 7. Pageant Material, by Kacey Musgraves 8. Unbreakable Smile (Bonus Track Version, by Tori Kelly 9. Teen Beach 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), by Various Artists 10. VHS, by X Ambassadors From The Associated Press itunes top 10 Paid and Free IPhone Apps of the week. TOP FREE IPHONE APPS: 1. Messenger, Facebook, Inc. 2. Facebook, Facebook, Inc. 3. YouTube, Google, Inc. 4. Instagram, Instagram, Inc. 5. Snapchat, Snapchat, Inc. 6. Pandora Radio, Pandora Media, Inc. 7. Layout from Instagram, Instagram, Inc 8. musical.ly - add music & sound effects to your videos with fast motion, slow motion, dub and share on Instagram, Jun Zhu 9. Google Maps, Google, Inc. 10. Meek Mill Presents Bike Life, Chris Mcmillian NATIONAL Fiction 1. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr 2. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins 3. In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume 4. Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf 5. Finders Keepers by Stephen King Nonfiction 1. The Wright Brothers by David McCullough 2. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo 3. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari 4. Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson 5. The Road to Character by David Brooks The national statistics are compiled from the American Bookseller Association s indie best-seller lists. Submit SCENE news to Escape into the landscape Each morning last week on my way to the Jentel office, I paused to watch one of the residents, standing out in a pasture, fully engaged 'en plein air' (in the open air) painting. A 3-by-4-foot sheet of Masonite was propped up on a rickety wooden easel and weighted down by an Albertson's bag full of books. Ah! The wind does add a challenge to painting outdoors. A long sleeve shirt to ward off the deer flies and a T-shirt wrapped turban-like around his head as protection from the sun added a curious touch to his ensemble. Sam's head turned back and forth from landscape to Mary Jane Edwards Guest columnist painted surface, then his arm moved up and down as his brush transferred just enough of the desired color of oils from his palette to the painting. Knee-high grass all around him, he had managed to find a good spot to set up for the morning's work. I remembered that only a few days ago, this Brooklyn apartment dweller had driven up in his sister's Jeep. After a flight to San Francisco to secure the wheels and two days on the road, I think that maybe he has had enough time and space to leave the concrete canyons behind and forget about the car alarms, emergency vehicle sirens and simply the constant undertone of city traffic. He seemed quite content to trade the Jeep for the morning walk out to the nearby pasture. Each month another group of six arrives at Jentel to work on a project, take in the landscape, check out town with jaunts around the county and to engage as a community. But it is their response to the landscape that always fascinates me. With these monthly reminders, I will never become complacent about where I live. On the weekly ride into town or crossing paths on the way to the mailbox, I listen to their impressions of the landscape, see their images, hear their words folded into an essay or gleaned down for the desired scarcity in a poem at Jentel Presents. I marvel at what catches their attention, speaks to their souls, sings in their hearts. Do the Bighorns merely form a backdrop or a directional clue for our daily comings and goings? Do we wait to run up on a weekend or spend a day stretched out in a meadow of spring wild flowers, or teasing one more Brown to the surface to look at a choice dry fly, or snowshoeing while the Labs chase each other in the dry white powder? Or do we pause after a hectic day to watch the sunset or patiently linger for the glow along the edge of the mountains? Maybe over the steering wheel at a stop light on Fifth Street, our view brings a melody to mind. Or we may think about words to describe the strong blue grey sagebrush amidst the fields of brilliant yellow sweet clover on our way past Sheridan College. Yes! And what an intoxicating fragrance. (My apologies to all of you with allergies.) Is the landscape powerful enough to stop for even a moment the flood of concerns that may be burdening our day? Shift the importance of the errands that fill our calendar? Provide relief after a meeting? What is our response? Have we tried to squeeze it into a camera or iphone frame? Have we tried to describe a sunset in a text or telephone conversation with someone back East? Has a series of melodic sounds emerged from our subconscious? For decades and even now centuries we have the petroglyphs and art work of 19th century adventurers and 20th century urban dwellers who have come to capture our landscape. What moved them? What questions did they pose? What inner search inspired their expressions? Did they stop on the trail in awe of the landscape long enough to forget their daily concerns and to salve the homesick longing for friends and family? How does the landscape nourish our spirits? Minds and bodies are certainly renewed through recreation and reflection in nature. For some wildness becomes church. Others may be inspired and drawn closer to their creator when in nature. For the artist, the physical properties may draw them into capturing the starkness of a winter scene. The evidence of humankind's impact on the landscape poses another point of reflection. The rich history of settling and preserving may be of interest. While the ancient rock formations and geology of the mountains provide a witness to dynamic forces before human record, the artist may look to the distant past. How can weather patterns along the Bighorns be ignored in contrast to the more subtle changes brought by wind and water? Through seasonal cycles, the light and spatial beauty unfolds day after day with seemingly never a repeat. The feelings that stir inside, the thoughts that flood the memory, the facts that challenge a sense of security or the dreams that bring fleeting impressions through the subconscious to the surface may all be points of departure and sources for interpretation for the artist. The actual materials and forces found in nature may also test the artist's imagination to explore ideas that may reflect the transitory or ephemeral nature of the landscape. Come to Jentel Presents to see what Sam has discovered from his month of mornings in the Wyoming landscape. You and your friends are invited to Sagebrush Community Art Center on Tuesday evening, July 7, from 5:30-7 p.m. Sam and the five other residents will present readings and share their work. To experience two very different approaches to landscape, head out to see the current exhibitions at the Ucross Foundation and The Brinton Museum. As a bonus, the newly opened Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at The Brinton offers architecture at its most imaginative, a sculpture integrated into the landscape and a magnificent rammed earth wall well worth careful examination. Enjoy!
5 SCENE JULY 9-16, 2015 THE SHERIDAN PRESS 5 This week s films at Centennial Theatre Magic Mike XXL (R) Daily - 7, 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 1:50 p.m. Picking up the story three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, the film finds the remaining Kings of Tampa likewise ready to throw in the towel. But they want to do it their way: burning down the house in one last blowout performance in Myrtle Beach, and with legendary headliner Magic Mike sharing the spotlight with them. On the road to their final show, with whistle stops in Jacksonville and Savannah to renew old acquaintances and make new friends, Mike and the guys learn some new moves and shake off the past in surprising ways. It is rated R for strong sexual content, pervasive language, some nudity and drug use. It has a running time of 2 hours 5 minutes. Jurassic World (PG-13) Daily - 4:15, 6:50, 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 1:30 p.m. Steven Spielberg returns to produce the longawaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a draft of the screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley join the team as fellow producers. It is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sciencefiction violence and peril. It has a running time of 2 hours 15 minutes. Minions (PG) Special premier showing July 9 at 7 p.m. Daily - 4:30 (2-D and 3-D), 7:10, 9:20 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 2:15 p.m. The story of Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment s Minions begins at the dawn of time. Starting as single-celled yellow organisms, Minions evolve through the ages, perpetually serving the most despicable of masters. Continuously unsuccessful at keeping these masters from T. rex to Napoleon the Minions find themselves without someone to serve and fall into a deep depression. But one Minion named Kevin has a plan, and he alongside teenage rebel Stuart and lovable little Bob ventures out into the world to find a new evil boss for his brethren to follow. The trio embarks upon a thrilling journey that ultimately leads them to their next potential master, Scarlet Overkill (Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock), the world s first-ever female super-villain. They travel from frigid Antarctica to 1960s New York City, ending in modern London, where they must face their biggest challenge to date: saving all of Minionkind...from annihilation. It is rated PG for action and rude humor. It has a running time of 1 hour 35 minutes. Max (PG) Daily - 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 2 p.m. A precision-trained military dog, Max serves on the frontlines in Afghanistan alongside his handler, U.S. Marine Kyle Wincott. But when things go terribly wrong on maneuvers, Kyle is mortally wounded and Max, traumatized by the loss of his best friend, is unable to remain in service. Shipped stateside, the only human he seems willing to connect with is Kyle s teenage brother, Justin, so Max is adopted by Kyle s family, essentially saving his life. But Justin has issues of his own, such as living up to his father s expectations for him; he isn t interested in taking responsibility for his brother s troubled dog. It is rated PG for action violence, peril, brief language and some thematic elements. It has a running time of 2 hours 5 minutes. Terminator Genisys (R) Daily - 4:15, 6:50, 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 1:40 p.m. When John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance, sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and safeguard the future, an unexpected turn of events creates a fractured timeline. Now, Sgt. Reese finds himself in a new and unfamiliar version of the past, where he is faced with unlikely allies, including the Guardian (Arnold Schwarzenegger), dangerous new enemies, and an unexpected new mission: To reset the future It is rated R for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and gunplay throughout, partial nudity and brief strong language. It has a running time of 2 hours 5 minutes. Inside Out (PG) Daily - 4:30, 7:10, 9:20 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 2:15 p.m. Disney-Pixar s Inside Out ventures inside 11-year-old Riley s mind, where five Emotions are hard at work in Headquarters, led by optimist Joy, whose mission is to keep Riley happy. Fear heads up safety, Anger ensures all is fair and Disgust prevents Riley from getting poisoned physically and socially. Sadness isn t quite sure what her role is. When Riley's family relocates to a big city, the Emotions help guide her through the bumpy transition. Suddenly, Joy and Sadness are swept into the far reaches of Riley s mind, and Fear, Anger and Disgust are left in charge of Headquarters. Joy and Sadness must venture through unfamiliar places Long Term Memory, Imagination Land, Dream Productions to get back to Headquarters, and Riley. It is rated PG for mild thematic elements and some action. It has a running time of 1 hour 45 minutes. sheridanmovies.com Miss USA contestants dismiss Trump comments, show must go on BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Controversy continues to surround presidential candidate Donald Trump s comments painting Mexican immigrants as criminals. But the women taking part in the upcoming Miss USA pageant Trump co-owns say the show must go on. Several Hispanic candidates and one immigrant from Albania taking part in the contest sat down with The Associated Press to discuss the pageant. They said everyone has a right to their opinions but distanced themselves from Trump s comments on immigrants. They said they re proud of their roots and hoped the upcoming pageant would shed light on the contributions of immigrants. Natasha Martinez s mother emigrated to the United States as a young girl from Nicaragua. She said Trump s comments were hard to hear and that it s important to understand that immigrants come here looking for a better life. Lady Gaga s stylist to show at New York Fashion Week NEW YORK (AP) Brandon Maxwell, Lady Gaga s longtime stylist and a designer in his own right, will show his first full ready-to-wear collection at New York Fashion Week in September. Maxwell has created numerous looks for Gaga over the years, including a silver gown with a plunging neckline and high slit for this year s Grammys and a majority of the outfits she has worn for her Cheek to Cheek tour with Tony Bennett. Known for a bold but glamorous aesthetic, Maxwell is listed in The Hollywood Reporter s Top 25 most powerful stylists in Hollywood. His fashion week debut was announced Monday. Fla. lawyers found guilty of arranging opponent s DUI arrest TAMPA, Fla. (AP) A Florida judge has ruled that three lawyers deliberately and maliciously set up the DUI arrest of an opposing attorney in a high-profile trial involving two radio DJs. A Pinellas County judge appointed as referee by the Florida Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Stephen Diaco, Robert Adams and Adam Filthaut violated Florida Bar rules by setting up their opponent with the help of a paralegal and a Tampa police officer. The lawyers could face sanctions, including disbarment. A hearing will be held Aug. 6 to determine their punishment. Lawyer Phil Campbell was arrested for DUI in 2013 in the middle of a trial. Campbell was representing radio shock jock Todd MJ Schnitt, who was suing another DJ, Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, for slander. Clem was being represented by the Adams and Diaco law firm.
6 6 scene: July 9-16, 2015 DAYTIME Regular Programming (cont.) (220) Dr. Phil 9 KTLA 5 Morning News at 7 (2 hrs.) 4 Joseph Prince H53 Walker, Texas Ranger 0 Maury < TV Guide (3 hrs.) F Weather Center Live 7 Gregg Ritz s Hunt Masters (Thu) (Fri) (Mon) (Tue) 8:30 ION Through the Bible With Les Feldick & Clifford the Big Red Dog % Are We There Yet? )* Judge Judy `$(77): Daniel Tiger s Teen Mom 2 (Thu) (1 hr., 5 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (Mon-Wed) T(46) Jail (Mon) 7 EWTN Religious Catalogue (Thu) (Fri) ; PGA Tour Golf (Mon) Web.com: Albertsons Boise Open, Final Round. (1 hr., 30 min.) GQ The Amazing World of Gumball HR Team Umizoomi JP Mickey Mouse Clubhouse NM Sarah Sees Potential (Tue) TE The King of Queens YL Pawn Stars (Thu) *28& Jack Hanna s Animal Adventures 4 This Is Your Day 7 Eastman s Hunting TV (Thu) (Fri) (Mon) (Tue) 9:00 ((7)) The Price Is Right & `$(77): Sesame Street (1 % The Steve Wilkos Show ( 6 Today )* Judge Mathis *%(51)W The View +,(12), Live! With Kelly and Michael?X Candidly Nicole (Thu)?X Basketball Wives LA (Mon)?X Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (Tue)?X Saturday Night Live (1 hr., 30 Awkward. (Mon-Wed) T(46) Bar Rescue (Thu, Wed) T(46) Gangland (Fri) T(46) Cops (Mon) T(46) Ink Master (Tue) 7 Women of Grace 98(44) SportsCenter (Mon-Wed) (N) (Live) = 2015 Tour de France (Mon) Stage 9. (3 hrs.) E= NewsNation A> Squawk Alley C: At This Hour With Berman and Bolduan GQ The Amazing World of Gumball HR Bubble Guppies JP Miles From Tomorrowland (Thu, Mon-Wed) (Fri) K[ Destination Truth (Tue) NM I Brake for Yard Sales (Thu) NM Extreme Homes (Fri) NM Property Brothers (Mon) (1 NM Sarah Sees Potential (Tue) NM Income Property OK Criminal Minds (Thu-Fri, Tue- Wed) OK Dog the Bounty Hunter (Mon) Summer of the Shark (Thu) Rogue Sharks (Fri) Misfit Garage (Mon) I (Almost) Got Away With It (Tue) Alaska: Ice Cold Killers QA My 600-Lb. Life: Where Are They Now? (Thu, Mon-Tue) QA 900 Pound Man: The Race Against Time (Fri) QA 627 Lb. Woman: Jackie s Story SU Keeping Up With the Kardashians (Thu, Mon-Wed) SU New Money (Fri) TE The King of Queens UF Supernatural VN Frasier (Thu, Mon-Wed) VN Unsolved Mysteries (Fri) (1 XG Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Thu, Tue-Wed) XG NCIS: Los Angeles (Fri) XG NCIS (Mon) YL Pawn Stars (Thu) YL Search for the Lost Giants (Fri) YL Swamp People (Mon) YL Ancient Impossible (Tue) (1 YL American Pickers (1 ZI Gilmore Girls [C Mysteries at the Museum (Thu) [C Case Files: National Parks (Fri) [C The Layover With Anthony Bourdain (Mon-Tue) [C Big Crazy Family Adventure ) Rachael Ray * America s Court With Judge Ross *28& The 700 Club (220) Dr. Phil 4 Kenneth Copeland H53 Walker, Texas Ranger 0 Jerry Springer 7 The Fowl Life With Chad Belding (Thu) (Mon) (Tue) 9:30 ION International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (Tue) T(46) Cops (Mon) 7 The Holy Rosary With Mother Angelica = NASCAR Racing (Fri) Sprint Cup Series: Quaker State 400, Practice. (N Same-day Tape) (1 hr., 30 min.) = 2015 Tour de France (Tue) Stage 10. (2 hrs., 30 min.) GQ Teen Titans Go! HR Bubble Guppies (Thu, Mon- Wed) (Fri) JP Mickey Mouse Clubhouse NM Sarah Sees Potential (Tue) TE The King of Queens VN Frasier (Thu, Mon-Wed) YL Pawn Stars (Thu) V Two and a Half Men (Thu-Fri, Tue-Wed) * Justice With Judge Mablean 4 Unfolding Majesty With Dean & Mary Brown (Thu) (Mon) 4 Best of Praise the Lord (Fri) (1 hr., 30 min.) 7 The Flush (Thu) (N) 7 Beyond the Hunt (Mon) (Tue) 10:00 ((7)) Let s Make a Deal ION Blue Bloods (Thu) ION Ghost Whisperer (Fri, Wed) ION NUMB3RS (Mon-Tue) & Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood % Cheaters ( *%(51)W Live! 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