Bronwyn Jones, Idyllwild Community Fund (ICF) co-chair, presents Hubert Halkin, owner of Café Aroma, with a beautiful bouquet of flowers in thanks for the Café’s continued financial support of the fund. In 2011, ICF gave $12,948 in grants to nine local nonprofit organizations. As the fund grows, so does its ability to give to the community each year.
Category: Art & Culture
Idyllwild resident Dick Halligan, original member and principal arranger of the iconic, critically acclaimed horn band, Blood Sweat and Tears (BS&T), presents his one man musical biography “Man Overboard,” at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, on the Idyllwild School (IS) stage. First performed in Italy, where Halligan and wife live part time, this will be […]
In 1991, Keith Froehlich and his late wife Bonnie founded the Idyllwild chapter of PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians, Gays) in support of their gay son Ted. Froehlich opens this season’s Idyllwild Community Recreation Council (ICRC) Speaker Series with a talk titled, “The Power of One.” Froehlich reflects on the challenges in founding […]
Artist and ceremonialist David Reid-Marr undertakes a second 24-hour performance piece, “Solodium,” beginning at 7 p.m. on 11/11/11 at Om Sweet Aum yoga studio, 26120 Ridgeview Drive. Last year Reid Marr, recent creator of the line of ceremonial cairns at Idyllwild Arts, completed a 24-hour drawing ritual in the forest. “At two in the morning, […]
“We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.” — Anne Frank A free film series, “Seeing Diversity,” featuring five Academy Award-winning feature films and a moving and thought-provoking documentary is being presented at the Rustic Theatre beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. The genesis […]
Holly Bratten stunned the judges at the Southern California Fair at the Perris Fairgrounds with her recipes and submissions in the food and baked goods categories. Bratten, who has submitted every year since 1992 at the SoCal Fair (previously the Farmer’s Fair), took home Best of Show for her pickled onions, 25 1st place awards, […]
It has been selected as one the world’s best films (regardless of category). It has been compared with the best efforts of any past literary endeavor (again, regardless of genre). It has been bent, spindled, folded, mutilated, diced, sliced, and spliced by the likes of everyone from Abbott and Costello to Andy Warhol in all of its 80-year existence, and has more than endured those and other tests of time.