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PCT 'thru hiker' gives concerts along the way

PCT ‘thru hiker’ gives concerts along the way

Mark Votapek, assistant professor of cello at the University of Arizona, is an accomplished cellist with a distinguished resume. A graduate of Indiana University’s prestigious Jacobs School of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music, Votapek has served as associate principal cellist with the St. Louis Symphony, principal cellist with the Honolulu, Oregon and […]

Idyllwild Arts now has a jazz choir

Idyllwild Arts now has a jazz choir

As cross discipline cooperation continues to expand at Idyllwild Arts. One of those opportunities is the relatively new jazz choir …

Soroptimist event raises $2,500 for Operation Safe House

Soroptimist event raises $2,500 for Operation Safe House

Isis presents ‘The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later – an Epilogue’

“The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later – an Epilogue” will be Isis’s next 2013 production. Idyllwild’s Howard Shangraw directs this provocative and insightful piece that reverberates beyond Laramie. On Nov. 6, 1998, gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard left the Fireside Bar with Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson. The following day he was discovered […]

Ken Young portrays Seurat at his last performance

Ken Young portrays Seurat at his last performance

Retired arts educator Ken Young, popular with Idyllwild audiences for his portrayals of famous painters, made his last Idyllwild appearance as French pointillist Georges Seurat Thursday night at the Rainbow Inn. The Friends of the Idyllwild Library and Idyllwild Community Recreation Council co-sponsored the event.

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Arts Gala 2013

PHOTOS: Idyllwild Arts Gala 2013

'The Miss Firecracker Contest' opens Friday at Idyllwild Arts

‘The Miss Firecracker Contest’ opens Friday at Idyllwild Arts

The Idyllwild Arts Theatre Department cast of “The Miss Firecracker Contest, written by Beth Henley and directed by Jeannette Knight is seen here in a celebratory moment. From left, Michelle Belain, Galen Patterson, Dakota Shapiro, Maia Alexander, Omid Yaldai-Albir and Samantha Son-Dokadis. The comedy opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 19 at the IAF Theatre.

The Idyllwild Arts Theatre Department cast of “The Miss Firecracker Contest, written by Beth Henley and directed by Jeannette Knight is seen here in a celebratory moment. From left, Michelle Belain, Galen Patterson, Dakota Shapiro, Maia Alexander, Omid Yaldai-Albir and Samantha Son-Dokadis. The comedy opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 19 at the IAF Theatre.

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 […]

The truth about America’s favorite style of beer

By Jared Dillon 1842 is an important year in the world of beer. In the small Bohemian village of Plzen, Josef Groll would create the style of beer which we call Pilsner. Groll had been contracted by a group of unhappy brewers who did not like the style of beer they were drinking and producing. […]

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,” […]

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