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Organizers add to 19th annual jazz fest

Organizers add to 19th annual jazz fest

Besides great jazz, Bubba Jackson, artistic consultant for the 2012 Jazz in the Pines Festival, promises a two-day immersion in a jazz seminar …

Long legs at Nature Center

Long legs at Nature Center

Idyllwild Nature Center Volunteer, Nancy Salvatierra, left, introduced Candyce Waters, right, who was showing off her pet spider. The spider was part of the daddy long leg species called a harvest man spider.

Art Alliance seeks future leadership

Business leaders with an interest in promoting the arts and gaining recognition for Idyllwild as an art lover’s destination are sought by the Art Alliance of Idyllwild. “We are working to establish officers for this coming year’s board of directors,” offered Lea Deesing, current AAI president, adding, “I have a strong interest in the arts, […]

Coachella Valley Symphony brings Broadway

Coachella Valley Symphony brings Broadway

Broadway conductor and pit band veteran Wayne Abravanel is the new maestro of the Coachella Valley Symphony, appearing next for the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series.   For his first season as the symphony’s principal conductor, Abravanel tapped into his Big Apple roots. Those included 25 years in Broadway musical pit bands, on piano, for the […]

Castaneda confidante next at Idyllwild Author Series

Castaneda confidante next at Idyllwild Author Series

Amy Wallace, daughter of author Irving Wallace, met Carlos Castaneda on her father’s recommendation when she was 15. “You would love him,” he said. And eventually she did. Wallace had already established herself as a successful writer when, pursued and seduced by Castaneda’s stories, charisma and promise of marriage, she joined him in Mexico only […]

Marine band; different band, different day, different format

Marine band; different band, different day, different format

The Marine Band is an 18-piece jazz ensemble led by Gunnery Sgt. Jonathan Bley …

Native American Arts Festival featured Jock Soto

Native American Arts Festival featured Jock Soto

On Thursday and Friday, July 13 and 14, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program’s Native American Arts Festival paid tribute to Soto, a much honored principal dancer of the New York City Ballet.   On Thursday the festival screened “Water Flowing Together,” a PBS/Independent Lens documentary. Gwendolen Cates directed the film that follows Soto as he […]

Architectural students build for the Navajo

Architectural students build for the Navajo

The Idyllwild Arts Native Arts Week speaker, architect Hank Louis, gave a new and refreshing perspective on architectural training and education. Louis’ presentation was entitled “Building with Empathy: Homes on the Navajo Reservation.”

Heller discusses 'Lucky Kellerman' at Idyllwild series

Heller discusses ‘Lucky Kellerman’ at Idyllwild series

Steve Heller (right) joins Eduardo Santiago at the INK Book Gathering for the Idyllwild Author Series on Sunday afternoon. Heller talked about his writing and teaching life and discussed his book, “Lucky Kellerman,” which he wrote in 1987. He is currently writing a follow-up to that book, called “Return of the Ghost Killer.”

3rd Lemon Lily Festival starts Thursday in Idyllwild

3rd Lemon Lily Festival starts Thursday in Idyllwild

The 3rd Annual Lemon Lily Festival festivities begin …

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