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Category: Art & Culture

Public art project extended to Pine Cove

Public art project extended to Pine Cove

The Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s ambitious project to install public art in Idyllwild and Pine Cove moved from page to reality when 22 nearly life-size aluminum deer arrived at Forest Lumber Wednesday, June 12. Twenty-three mostly local artists and representatives of the Idyllwild School smARTS program began picking up deer assigned to their creative care […]

A poet takes the platform at Idyllwild Author Series

A poet takes the platform at Idyllwild Author Series

Steven Reigns, poet and next presenter at Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild Author Series, is from St. Louis. And although place of birth does not necessarily define one, it can inform one’s choices and determine how one navigates the world. Reigns’ poetry has been called plainspoken. In fact his poems, though difficult of subject matter, are sparse, […]

PHOTOS: Aroma Jazz festival

PHOTOS: Aroma Jazz festival

Washboard Joey and The Muddy Boots played traditional jazz Saturday night at Cafe Aroma …

PHOTOS: Spirit Mountain Retreat celebrates Summer Solstice

PHOTOS: Spirit Mountain Retreat celebrates Summer Solstice

The occasion was celebrated with Local Color, dance, poetry, song, prayer, reverence for Mother Earth, humanity, and the light of the Sun.

Big band blasts Fourth

Big band blasts Fourth

Ken Dahleen and the Big Band Staff open this year’s Summer Concert Series on July 4 …

PHOTOS: Throw the Goat sells out the Rustic

PHOTOS: Throw the Goat sells out the Rustic

Throw the Goat brought in a sold-out crowd to the Rustic Theatre on Friday night …

Soroptimists revive beehive

The Soroptimist International of Idyllwild’s current fundraiser is Beehive Hairstyle on the Hill. The contest will be held during the Lemon Lily Festival, July 13 and 14. All contestants will be introduced at the bluegrass stage during the festival. “We are searching for the most outrageous, outstanding, elaborate, extraordinary, elegant, extravagant, exaggerated, fanciful, flamboyant, grandiose, […]

Lemon Lily Festival forges ahead

The Lemon Lily Steering Committee met Wednesday, June 5, as plans for the fourth Lemon Lily Festival firm up. The festival will be the weekend of July 13 and 14 at the Nature Center. In Dave Stith’s absence, Sue Nash gave an update on the Lemon Lily plants, which should be blooming during the festival. […]

Lecturer to discuss women authors

Penelope Engard, history buff and educator, will give a free lecture on American women authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22, in the Idyllwild Library Community Room. The authors include Louisa May Alcott, Maya Angelou, Pearl Buck, Emily Dickinson, Edna Ferber, Helen Hunt Jackson, Harper Lee, Toni Morrison, Harriet […]

A June weekend of New Orleans sounds

A June weekend of New Orleans sounds

This weekend, the 10th-annual Aroma Spring Jazz Festival will be a tribute to New Orleans jazz and food, according to Paul Carman, festival producer. Carman, local saxophone and bass musician, usually goes to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. “This year I wasn’t able to go, so I decided to bring the music here,” […]

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