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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 […]

Stratford Players perform Valentine’s shows

Stratford Players perform Valentine’s shows

“The Elizabeth Chronicles” follows five Elizabeths through the trials and tribulations of relationships spanning 110 years. The staged reading explores a hex leveled at the first Elizabeth by a jilted spinster in 1904 which can only be lifted by true love, a perfect theme for a Valentine’s Day celebration …

New under $100 art fair coming to town

The Art Alliance of Idyllwild will kick off its “Under $100 Art Faire” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at Town Hall. Artists will display their work and all items will be priced at or under $100. Donna Elliot and Neil Jenkins, organizers of the event, have pulled together a list of […]

Artist Les Walker rides a wave of success

Artist Les Walker rides a wave of success

It’s difficult to imagine a beach guy like artist Les Walker being content without wet sand curling over his toes or giant waves crashing at his feet, but boy is he …

Art Alliance cooking in 2014

Art Alliance cooking in 2014

In a departure from traditional Art Alliance of Idyllwild meetings, the group hosted a social Friday, Jan. 24, that attracted about 70 attendees eager to hear the organization’s plans for 2014. Shanna Robb organized the social and served as “timer” for the unique meeting that she compared to creating a “soup.” “Tonight we are not […]

Documentary reaches funding goal

Documentary reaches funding goal

“The Herd Gathering,” a documentary film project local filmmaker Scott J. Foster launched on Kickstarter.com, a crowd-funding website, reached its goal of $28,000 in funding by the Sunday, Jan. 19, cutoff date. By 9 p.m., $25,055 of the $28,000 needed to go forward with the project had been raised. With only hours to go, a […]

Dore Capitani — industrial mechanic turned artist

Dore Capitani — industrial mechanic turned artist

Dore Capitani has a wonderful sense of humor that is no more evident than in his “OUCH!” sculpture …

Idyllwild 2015: plans to expand next film fest

The 2014 Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (“Idyllwild 2014”) is barely over with visions of favorite actors and rolling scenes still fresh in movie-goers minds. But Festival Director Stephen Savage is not bathing in his most recent success. Plans for an even bigger Idyllwild 2015 are already percolating. Potential changes for 2015 start with the […]

Junior arts exhibit opens at Idyllwild Arts

Junior arts exhibit opens at Idyllwild Arts

‘Pretty Rosebud’ wins big at film festival

‘Pretty Rosebud’ wins big at film festival

The Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema wrapped on Saturday, Jan 11, with an awards ceremony at the Rustic Theatre. “Pretty Rosebud” was a big winner with awards for Best Screenplay, Chuti Tiu; Best Director, Oscar Torre; Best Actress, Chuti Tiu; and Best Cinematography, Tarina Reed. Torre and Tiu, in addition to being creative partners, also […]

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