Back at Idyllwild Summer Concert Series with its winning formula of hard-hitting horns and pulsating power blues …
Category: Art & Culture
The community is invited to a potluck where the children will perform and show off their artwork …
Renowned guitarist Kenny Burrell will perform at the 19th Annual Jazz in the Pines. Burrell will appear in the Holmes Amphitheatre at 1:30 p.m, Saturday, Aug. 25, the first day of the festival. Burrell has been a popular and great jazz guitarist since the 1950s. For 60 years, he has entertained jazz fans across […]
City Beat returns to the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series to enforce the laws of pop, rock, rhythm and blues. City Beat, a hard-hitting horn band composed of serving and retired law enforcement personnel, bullhorns its percussively persuasive arrangements of Chicago, Tower of Power and other brass-heavy pop bands to the far reaches of the […]
Lanny and Lorraine Hardy celebrate their one-year anniversary of their ownership of The Creek House restaurant with Chris and Melody Johnston of Middle Ridge Winery, Temecula, on Saturday afternoon. Middle Ridge Winery held a wine tasting on the deck in celebration of the anniversary.
Idyllwild jazz icon Marshall Hawkins, one of the founders of Jazz in the Pines, now in its 19th year, is adding venues and artists to his second jazz festival creation — Town Jazz. Entering its second year, Town Jazz is Hawkins’ effort to bridge a division between the Idyllwild Arts location of Jazz in the […]
It was standing room only for the final author in the second year of Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild Authors Series. “We were scrambling trying to find chairs,” said Santiago of the attendance at Amy Wallace’s Sunday, July 22 appearance at INK Book Gathering. Wallace, daughter of Irving Wallace, and author of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice: […]