Category: On The Town
It’s spring, Hill daffodils are beginning to emerge and dance in the warmth of the sun, and the Idyllwild Master Chorale is presenting a spring musical confection designed to inspire and entertain. IMC Director Dwight “Buzz” Holmes reprises the successful pairing from last spring of classical and Broadway that played to standing room only audiences. […]
In my personal experience, Belgian beers are often regarded as the finest of their craft. Many people have romanticized ideas of monks crafting ales in the walls of monasteries across Belgium. When talking to those involved in the Belgian brewing community, I found a startlingly different opinion. Many craft brewers in Belgium feel the same way many craft brewers in America feel.
Margarat Nee will speak about nutrition and feeding options for pets as the next speaker in the ARF series. But she touts a resume filled with many other pet treatments and health options in which she is trained as part of her lifelong interest in animals. Nee states her objective in her work as a […]
Ted Belden, son of Pinecraft Furniture originator Charles Selden Belden, headlines the Idyllwild Community Recreation Council’s popular series on Friday, March 15. This is a not to be missed opportunity for anyone interested in Idyllwild’s history from the 30s through the 60s, and for devotees and collectors of the Pinecraft Furniture line, which Selden began […]
The upstart school from the West has made it three in a row at the annual Berklee High School Jazz Festival in Boston …
“Love, Loss and What I Wore” will be Isis’s initial 2013 production. The Ephron sisters — well-known Nora and Delia — wrote a series of monologues based on Ilene Beckerman’s 1995 book of the same title. The subjects range from relationships to wardrobes, and women’s clothing serves as a time capsule of her life. Nora […]