"With our dry weather conditions on top of the wildfires burning a lot of the backcountry, well, bears are still going to be hungry. That doesn't change. I'm afraid we're going to have more bears in town in the weeks to come until they go to hibernation."
"I think African American leadership needs to start thinking about that hope that Martin Luther King gave us, instead of trying to get the community to think that everything is hopeless and without a future."
Although Beth and Tate Mason from Americana group Idyltime and Storie Grubb delivered strong performances, The Fiddle Junkies' Austin Clark won the show's grand prize: five hours of free recording time at Tonic Room Studios.
Will Ferrell gives Donald Trump some fashion advice; another airline roughs up customers; pass the potatoes please, Mr. Zuckerberg; a big draft day for two Boise State Broncos; and a rare reunion of the surviving stars of The Godfather.