Geri Peterson plays pool. She plays pool extremely well.
Category: Art & Culture
The crowd was estimated at “almost 1,000,” however locals interviewed simply said that all their neighbors and friends attended …
“Despicable Me” was shown on a giant screen at Town Hall on Friday, Sept. 23 to about 100 residents. Prior to the showing, Town Hall Director GeGe Beagle interviewed actress and Idyllwild native Elsie Fisher, who was the voice of the youngest sister, Little Agnes, in “Despicable Me.”
Photographer Erin O’Neill, left, speaks with Georgine Brause at Honey Bunns & Joe Bakery. Photo by Cid Castillo
A stream of cars — from vintage VW buses to shiny Mercedes sedans and everything in between — will begin arriving on the Hill this Friday for the annual Whole Being Weekend (WBW). This three-day Southern California tradition, first held in the mid-‘80s, brings together people from all walks of life, people who look forward […]
At 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at Community Presbyterian Church, children’s author Dr. Seuss will be portrayed in a heart-warming and humorous way by Broadway and film actor Duffy Hudson, who will share the story of Dr. Seuss in the first person and will perform “Horton hears a Who,” “And to Think I Saw It […]