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Isis presents 'It's Complicated'

Isis presents ‘It’s Complicated’

Nordella, Sparks shine in 'It Had to be You'

Nordella, Sparks shine in ‘It Had to be You’

Idyllwild film fest expands to Hemet

Idyllwild film fest expands to Hemet

Reinforcing his promise to grow the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema, founder and director Stephen Savage has signed a deal to bring Idyllwild 2015 to Hemet next January. During the first, week-long festival, from Monday, Jan. 5, through Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, Savage plans to show films at the Hemet Theatre three nights, Thursday through […]

ICC Speaker Series hosts Gee

ICC Speaker Series hosts Gee

Dr. Jennifer Gee, director of the James San Jacinto Mountain Reserve, will discuss “Love in the Mountains, the Mating Behavior of Quail” at the second 2014 installment of the Idyllwild Community Center Speaker Series. The Idyllwild Nature Center at 25225 Highway 243, will host the series at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb.15; the Friends of the […]

Craft beers and Mexican cuisine

Mexican food is, in my opinion, the quintessential food to pair with beer. The complexity of spices in traditional Mexican dishes lends itself perfectly to the array of flavors in beer. The heavy amount of citrus and chocolate used in the cuisine also highlights the pairing.

Meteors fascinate lecturer

Meteors fascinate lecturer

Dr. Stephenie Slahor saw her first meteor there while on a visit from Chicago …

Author Santiago wows book club

Author Santiago wows book club

Eduardo Santiago was the guest author at the Jan. 30 meeting of the Idyllwild Community Center Bookclub, held monthly at the Creekstone Inn. Santiago’s new novel, “Midnight Rumba,” had been chosen as the club’s book for January, and the novelist was gracious enough to agree to attend the discussion.

The ever-colorful Marcia Gawecki

The ever-colorful Marcia Gawecki

Never one to enjoy the spotlight, artist Marcia Gawecki is a conundrum …

At 80, artist Glasheen keeps reinventing himself

At 80, artist Glasheen keeps reinventing himself

At the ripe young age of 65, Gary Glasheen found himself tired of watering the plants in his Japanese garden in San Diego, so he put down the hose, picked up a paintbrush, and began a celebrated career as an artist. After all, according to Glasheen, his brother had drawn a picture that he liked; […]

Stage play benefits ICC, Idyllwild Middle School

Stage play benefits ICC, Idyllwild Middle School

Leg Up Theatre Company performs the romantic comedy, “It Had to Be You,” at the Idyllwild School Gym at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14 to Monday, Feb. 17. The play, written by Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor, follows the antics of an aspiring actress who “sort-of” kidnaps the producer from an audition she attends. “She’s […]

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