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Marshall Smith has been a general assignment reporter for Idyllwild Town Crier since 2005. His favorite quote is: "Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not." Email: marshall@towncrier.com

Santiago author series; year three, new venue

Eduardo Santiago presents an exciting and varied lineup of authors for the third year of his popular Idyllwild Author Series. This May through July, the series will be held at Café Aroma, a change of venue from the previous two years. PEN Center has increased its funding to the series to include advertising and a […]

Soroptimist Celebration of Women event features Idyllwild Arts grad Maya Lea

Soroptimist Celebration of Women event features Idyllwild Arts grad Maya Lea

For the second year, Idyllwild’s Soroptimists’ Celebration of Women and Arts event focuses on human trafficking, one of the key missions of the international organization. The event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18, takes place at the Rainbow Inn. This year, 2005 Idyllwild Arts theatre graduate Maya Lea Osterman performs her one-woman show “For Sale,” […]

Goldspotted oak borer private land inspections begin

Goldspotted oak borer private land inspections begin

Invasive insect may be established in Pine Cove …

Idyllwild's Mayor Max dies after battle with cancer

Idyllwild’s Mayor Max dies after battle with cancer

Mayor Max of Idyllwild, also known as Maximus Might-Dog Mueller, passed away quietly in his sleep on Tuesday, April 2, after a three-year battle with cancer. No one who met and experienced this loving spirit, even in the most recent weeks, could have know that his health had been a serious issue for the last […]

Hill crime review reveals surprises: Burglaries continue, violent crime increasing

Hill crime review reveals surprises: Burglaries continue, violent crime increasing

Residential burglaries were reported to have decreased after Hemet Station Sheriff’s deputies conducted a weeklong Idyllwild crime sweep in August 2012 …

Ken Young as Seurat makes last Idyllwild appearance

Ken Young as Seurat makes last Idyllwild appearance

Retired arts educator Ken Young, popular with Idyllwild audiences for his portrayals of famous painters, makes his last Idyllwild appearance as French pointillist Georges Seurat at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at Rainbow Inn …

Quik Stop opens

Quik Stop opens

Jim and Sandi Fulcher, owners of Country Farms on Highway 243, recently opened their second Idyllwild store, the Country Farms Quik Stop near the Rustic Theatre. “We opened on the 15th [Friday, March 15],” said Jim, proudly showing off his lighted menu board. Although small in square footage, there are many edible delights to choose […]

Anza quake felt over large area: Normal for says earthquake expert

The March 11 Anza earthquake, at magnitude 4.7, was classified as “moderate,” and was felt over a wide area as far as Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County. Kate Hutton, Caltech seismologist, said the granite composition around the Anza area epicenter slows down or attenuates seismic waves less than other materials, thereby enabling those […]

Comedy troupe forming: To play Friday nights at the Rustic

Comedy troupe forming: To play Friday nights at the Rustic

Comedy improv night at the Rustic Theatre joins a busy summer schedule of festivals, concerts and an author series. “What’s the Worst that Could Happen,” local entertainment entrepreneur Scott Foster’s tip of the hat to famous improv progenitors Kentucky Fried Theatre and Saturday Night Live, will inaugurate what Foster and Rustic owner Phil Calderone plan […]

Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

After a one-year hiatus, the 20th annual Idyllwild Easter Egg Hunt is back in private hands …

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