Murder, deception, fear and guilt are the ties that bind Middelton University Professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) to her long-time associates Frank Delfino, Bonnie Winterbottom and her students. But as the group struggles to move on with their lives and focus on their clients, their past continues to haunt them, as Annalise and her inner circle struggle to keep their secrets from getting exposed. Relationships will be fractured, lies will spin out of control, and shocking, new mysteries upend their entire lives.
The Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan is a wonderfully large and blended family with Jay Pritchett (Ed O’Neil) sitting at the head. By his side is his vivacious, younger second wife, Gloria (Sofia Vergara), and together they are navigating life with their youngest son, Joe, and Gloria’s son, Manny (Rico Rodriguez), who is heading off to college to explore the world on his own terms. Meanwhile, Jay’s grown daughter, Claire (Julie Bowen), and her husband, Phil (Ty Burrell), are learning to navigate life as empty-nesters with the youngest, Luke (Nolan Gould), now out of high school and looking to his next move; middle daughter Alex (Ariel Winter) is learning how to balance academia and a social life, and eldest Haley (Sarah Hyland) is still living at home as she pursues a career and love. Then there’s Claire’s brother and Jay’s grown son, Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), and his husband, Cameron (Eric Stonestreet), who are about to enter the dreaded middle-school years with their newly discovered, gifted daughter, Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons). These three families are unique unto themselves, and together they give us an honest and often hilarious look into the sometimes warm, sometimes twisted, embrace of the modern family.
Like any parents, Andre “Dre” (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) Johnson want to give their children the best. But their offspring’s childhood is turning out to be much different than theirs. They now realize at least two things: there is a price to pay for giving their children more than what they ever had, and these loving parents are totally unprepared for the fallout.
Enjoy even more sizzling salsas, sambas and spray-tans as a brand new cast vies for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy on Dancing with the Stars returns for Season 25!
There’s a restaurant that offers world cuisine from an international chef here in Central Oregon, but you’ve only got a few more weeks to try the menu. For this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us to Camp Sherman to meet the chef behind the Kokanee Cafe.
Thanks to everyone at the Kokanee Cafe and a special thanks to our Destination Oregon sponsor, Robberson Ford, for giving us the time and resources to take you to some of our state’s most beautiful and interesting locations every Thursday night on Central Oregon Daily.
Brad Porterfield from the Latino Community Association invites everyone to the 2017 Festival of Cultures Saturday, September 23 at Redmond’s Centennial Park. This free family event offers cultural booths and performances along with live music, diverse food offerings and a cultural trivia contest.
Source Weekly’s Nicole Vulcan suggests Jim Avett (father of the famous Avett Brothers) in concert at McMenamins Monday, September 18th in this week’s Picks along with American Idol Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips at the Athletic Club of Bend on Tuesday, September 19th. Other Picks include Bend Oktoberfest and Bend Open Streets.
We all know home prices in Bend continue to rise and for the average household income it’s near impossible to afford the median price of homes in Bend. Each week Jack Church searches to see what the average income can purchase in Bend while also comparing this to cities of similar size in other states around the country. This week our comparison city is Duluth, Minnesota with a population close to the same as Bend.
A new gun law is set to take effect in January of 2018 with the goal of preventing shootings like the one that happened at an Eastern Washington high school on Wednesday. The law will allow authorities to take the guns of anyone deemed a threat to themselves or others.
Central Oregon Daily’s Lisa Carton looks at a new effort to put the issue before voters on the ballot and get rid of a law that critics say could be misused.