Friday, January 6, 2012

Briefs


Pick of the flicks

The Express is inviting readers to submit a list of their top five favorite films of the year, as well as ones they deem the worst.

Entries should include a sentence about why No. 1 on your list is your favorite, as well as what made the worst movie so bad.

Send entries to jliebrum@mtexpress.com with "Top 5 movies" as the subject line by Jan. 18.

Christmas tree pickup benefits band

Call a member of the Wood River High School Band to come take away your tree Saturday, Jan. 7, for a small donation and help send band students to the spring Heritage Festival in Anaheim, Calif.

Last year's band members swept the competition.

Call 481-0389. The fee is $10 for trees up to 8 feet and $20 for trees more than 8 feet tall. The trees will go to the recycle center in Ohio Gulch.

Full moon snowshoeing

Sun Valley Nordic Center will be open until 10 p.m., Monday, Jan. 9 for the full moon. Guided snowshoe tours start at 6 p.m. and cost $15. Reservations are needed—call 622-2250.

Hot soup, hot chocolate and cider will be available for $5 at the lower level of the club house and a reservation-only dinner will be held at the Sun Valley Club restaurant.

The Kids on Skinny Skis program for ages 6-10 starts Saturday, Jan. 7.

Plum TV files for bankruptcy

Plum TV, a network of local cable channels serving upscale resorts from Aspen to Miami, announced Tuesday that it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York.

Plum TV airs programming through affiliate cable station 13 in Blaine County, but suspended local productions in September, laying off five local employees.

The Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing allows for company officials to retain control of the company as it reorganizes debts and sells assets, under the supervision of a U.S. bankruptcy court.

Greenwich, Ct.,-based ForesightLab and New York City-based Media Ventures Group submitted agreements to the court that they plan to buy Plum TV's assets and provide financing for future operations.

"We want to reassure our audiences and advertisers that Plum TV remains in business and will continue to provide our daily programming throughout this process," said Tom Scott, Plum TV founder and chair in a prepared statement.




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