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December 29, 2015 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Make a Style Statement: Top Interior Design Trends to Try in 2016 Year In Review Trump, Williams, Jenner Among TV’s Most Eye-Popping Moments In 2015 BY FRAZIER MOORE AP Television Writer NEW YORK — It’s been a year of shifting sands in late night. A year of broken trust in two vastly different TV personalities. And a year when presidential debates became must-see TV. Here’s a rundown of 10 big television happenings in 2015: SAY ‘GOOD NIGHT’: Late-night TV’s transformation began in January, when Larry Wilmore’s new “Nightly Show” claimed the Comedy Central slot previously held by Stephen Colbert’s “Colbert Report.” Then in February, Jon Stewart announced he was leaving Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” and, in July, he did. In March, James Corden took over CBS’ “Late Late Show” and Trevor Noah was declared the incoming host of “The Daily Show,” debuting in September. In May, David Letterman retired from CBS’ “Late Show” and, in September, Colbert arrived as its new host. RATINGS EMPIRE: Fox’s “Empire” premiered in January and quickly became a rip-roaring success. Its audience grew every week through its May season finale — a virtually unprecedented feat — and it launched Taraji P. Henson’s fearless, outrageous Cookie as the year’s breakout character, complete with a real-life fashion line. Meanwhile, stars from Mariah Carey and Cuba Gooding Jr. to Pitbull and Marisa Tomei were lining up to guest on the show. All in all, a rare case of a broadcast-network drama truly shaking things up. STREAMS GLEAM: Streaming was where the TV action was this year as an increasing number of viewers gleefully cut the cable cord (or at least fantasized about it) while plugging into outlets like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, which all upped their stake in original content. Newcomers kept viewers’ heads spinning, including the ANCHOR AWAY: Trusted NBC “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams, who reported so credibly on wars for NBC News, got caught fudging his own stories as a guest on “Late Show” and elsewhere. His was a precipitous fall from grace (and the top tier of NBC News) as he was benched and replaced by Lester Holt. Though he would continue to be banned from NBC, he was eventually deemed sufficiently trustworthy to play on second-string MSNBC, where he quietly emerged from hiding in September. TRANSITIONING INTO NEW INSIGHT: Gender reassignment was a conspicuous theme in 2015. Amazon’s award-winning scripted series “Transparent” entered its second season. In June, “Becoming Us” premiered on ABC Family as an unscripted series focusing on an Illinois teen whose father was becoming a woman. July brought “I Am Jazz,” a TLC unscripted series about 14-year-old Jazz Jennings, who was born male but at 2 years old knew she was a girl. And also in July, the docuseries “I Am Cait” arrived on the E! network to chart the former Bruce Jenner’s transition to Caitlyn Jenner as part of a highly orchestrated comingout campaign that included an April interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer and a Vanity Fair cover. A COKE AND A SMILE: May marked the end of “Mad Men,” a drama that made its network, AMC, golden while helping certify television as the artistic equal of film. After seven seasons plotting the style, agita and misbehavior of the ‘60s whitecollar class, it concluded in properly shrewd fashion: Don Draper (series star Jon Hamm), who had dropped out of the ad game in despair, was struck with his own brand of consciousness-raising while he meditated at a yoga retreat, then returned home armed with a New Age epiphany for a classic Coke commercial. (Another beloved series, “Downton Abbey,” was winding down for its final season in early 2016.) HUGER THAN EVER: Donald Trump has long been a familiar face on TV, especially since 2004, when he debuted as host of NBC’s “The Apprentice.” That relationship abruptly ended last June, not long after Trump’s incendiary remarks about Mexican immigrants made while announcing his GOP presidential candidacy. In his new role, he scored an even better TV gig. He became a sought-after guest on talk shows, newscasts and as host of “Saturday Night Live,” and ‘19 KIDS’ DOWN FOR THE COUNT: Trouble hit the long-running TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting” after the oldest of the Duggar brood, 27-yearold Josh, became the subject of revelations that, as a teenager, he had fondled four of his sisters and a baby sitter. A Job Hunting? Buy • Sell • Trade Brian & Jean DeGroot, Owners 802 Broadway, Yankton, SD proved to be a ratings magnet for presidential debates (see below). Trump’s typically (StatePoint) Each January, people make vows to eat right measured self-assessment: and save money. But what goals are set for their homes? “Nobody gets ratings like “The New Year brings fresh perspective and is the perfect me.” time to experiment with décor,” says Taniya Nayak, interior NO DEBATING, THEY’RE A HIT: designer and DIY television personality. Presidential debates were Here are six home décor trends Nayak predicts will be fillbig draws and big business for ing your Pinterest feed in 2016. the networks that presented them in 2015 — at least, when Nature’s Patterns Donald Trump was involved. For clean interior spaces with lots of detail, try simple The first Republican debate designs inspired by nature, such as honeycombs, florals and was watched by 24 million leaves. viewers, the highest-rated “Pair these with neutral colors for a soothing atmosphere, broadcast in Fox News Channel’s history. The second or blow them up and paint them in a bright color for a bold debate, with nearly 23 million statement,” says Nayak. viewers, made similar history You can also integrate natural patterns through accent for CNN. The third debate, pieces, such as light fixtures that have reflective metals to seen by 14 million viewers, mimic sparkling water, or a textured jute rug. broke records for CNBC. And with the fourth debate, Fox Presswork Palette Business Network landed Generate conversation and set the tone for your space by its biggest-ever audience, incorporating text into your décor -- think monograms, family 13.5 million viewers. (The names or inspirational quotes. first Democratic presidential debate, deprived of Trump or “Use various fonts and sizes to create different moods,” any other fireworks, delivered says Nayak. “Letters can be sharp and defined to create a a paltry 8.5 million viewers to contemporary and stylish aesthetic, or soft and casual for an CBS.) elegant and timeless feel.” HORRIBLY ROUTINE: Digitally Defined From TV’s eyes in the sky “Geometric shapes and angles have become associated while the horror transpired to plundering the shooters’ with technology; evoking creativity and innovative design,” home, TV news was there in says Nayak. San Bernardino, California. It Incorporate this trend with geometric floor tiles in difwas there in Colorado Springs, ferent colors. Or use pixilation for a modern, clean look. Colorado. And Charleston, Pixelated artwork made up of monochromatic cubes can be South Carolina. And, of simplistic and versatile. course, Paris. And so many more. The grim, graphic visuFresh and Fab als from these repeated mass Multiple bright colors mixed together elevate the mood shootings began to harden in any space. Paint a bold accent wall for an eye-catching into ritual for viewers and even correspondents covering statement. Or brightly paint a piece of antique furniture for an them. One tragedy after anunexpected combination of modern and traditional. other, it was raw repetition of “When it comes to painting an accent wall or furniture, one something out of control, with of the most important tools you need is a premium painter’s no end in sight. tape, like FrogTape brand painter’s tape,” advises Nayak. ——— Treated with PaintBlock Technology, FrogTape brand EDITOR’S NOTE — Frazier Multi-Surface and Delicate Surface tapes can be used on Moore is a national television a variety of surfaces and help deliver sharp lines, so your columnist for The Associated handiwork looks professional. Press. He can be reached at fmoore@ap.org and at http:// Textured Terrain www.twitter.com/tvfrazier. Past stories are available at http:// From transformed wood pallets to worn leather or tin ceilbigstory.ap.org/content/frazier- ings, aged raw materials offer texture and help give a space moore dimension. “Incorporate it into an application where you wouldn’t typically think to use the material,” suggests Nayak. “For example, use concrete on a wall instead of the floor.” Home décor items can easily be made to look aged by adding paint and other finishes for a distressed look. portrait of wholesome family life, “19 Kids” had been TLC’s most-watched series, averaging 3.2 million viewers, until it was pulled from the air in May, then officially canceled in July. In August, Josh publicly apologized for a pornography addiction and cheating on his wife, and, in November, he was sued by an adult-film actress who claimed he assaulted her when consensual sex turned rough. None of that kept TLC from producing three specials featuring two of the sisters victimized by Josh for airing in December. Spanish-language Univision Now channel and, now in beta, the comedy channel Seeso. Meanwhile, CBS’ All Access streaming-video service grabbed viewers’ attention by announcing that early in 2017 it would be the exclusive U.S. home for a brand-new “Star Trek” series. The Help Wanted section can help. Quality... USED Cars, Global Style Create a warm, friendly space with a parade of patterns from different cultures. “Don’t be afraid to mix multiple prints within a space,” says Nayak. “Tie these patterns together by carrying a similar color throughout each element in the room.” “When trying a new trend, make sure it accurately represents your style -- and remember you don’t have to go all out,” adds Nayak. “Any concept can be incorporated as little or as much as you’d like.” This New Year, update your home and accomplish your resolution in style. 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Wetland determinations are not complete. 7 6 2 9 1 3 5 4 8 FSA INFORMATION: Farm Program ARC-co - Cropland 207.82; Corn 5 1 3 8 6 4 7 2 9 Base 80.3, Yield 108 Bushels; Soybean Base 17.2, Yield 36 Bushels WELL INFORMATION: Registration No. G002374; Well ID - 5958; Sudoku #3 Acres - 227; Gallons Per Minute 500; Completion Date 11/1/56. This 5 7 8 2 6 4 1 3 9 well has not been used for several years. No Warranties. 2 6 3 8 1 9 7 5 4 TAXES: $6,137 Estimate. 2016 Taxes Paid By Purchaser 4 9 1 7 5 3 2 8 6 POSSESSION: March 1, 2016 9 4 7 6 8 5 3 1 2 • PARCEL #2: 11.01 ACRES • 8 5 2 3 9 1 4 6 7 PROPERTY LOCATION: 87931 543rd Ave. Bloomfield. From Highway 1 3 6 4 7 2 5 9 8 84 West of Bloomfield, go 1 3/4 mile South on 543rd Ave. (Airport 7 1 5 9 2 6 8 4 3 Road). © 2008 KrazyDad.com 6 EASY5 3 7 9 2 1 8 4 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: A tract located in NE 1/2 of SE 1/4, Section 16, 3 2 9 1 4 8 6 7 5 Township 30 North Range 3 West of 6th p.m. Knox Co. NE. 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