Fleener said she appreciates the general cultural shift away from dieting and “getting fit” toward “being well.”
“We always want to be doing something that gives back to the community,” Blaschke said, “and in a way where everyone can participate.”
If you’re buying general admission tickets, it’s advisable to arrive early. Even with an event pass, it’s advisable to arrive early.
“What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than with beer, bacon and breakfast for Dad?” Adams said.
“To be among some of the names honored in the past … I feel very undeserving,” Freihofer said. “But I am so appreciative.”
Yousef Kazemi has worked for years assisting filmmakers in the state but had never helmed his own project until this year’s short, Yes, We’re Open.
It becomes a win/win for our local film and music industries because more local musical talent, crew, support services and facilities are being used, which creates a bigger economic impact in the state.
“Lance was like, ‘Have you ever written a movie?’ And I was all like no,” Hicks said.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial screens Friday as the festival’s Flashback Friday feature.
Music from Sugar Free Allstars, Spaghetti Eddie, Matt Stansberry & The Romance and Beau Jennings & The Tigers will highlight family-friendly Peace, Love & Goodwill Festival.