The tables were turned on Eduardo Santiago, Idyllwild resident and author of “Tomorrow They Will Kiss,” Sunday when actress Karen Black interviewed him in the last of this year’s Idyllwild Authors Series.
Category: Art & Culture
Cajun fiddler Lisa Haley and her Zydekats arrives in Idyllwild with the force of a major weather front …
Brian D. Cohen became president of Idyllwild Arts Academy (IA) on July 1. One of his stated goals is to expand outreach to the Idyllwild community and create more avenues of cooperation and connection between town and gown. “The town’s [residents] are welcome here and I hope they take advantage of it,” he said. Cohen […]
Imagine being up close and personal with a butterfly! It’s all about the monarch during Idyllwild Nature Center’s Butterfly Daze, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13. During the day, a butterfly pavilion will be erected on the grounds. Before entering the pavilion, everyone can buy a piece of watermelon for 50 cents. The […]
Chris Johnston has put Idyllwild on the wine map with his award-winning Middle Ridge varietals.
Café Aroma served as a gathering place for a group of residents and friends originally from Idyllwild. Seated, from left, R.J. Owens and Gracie Everhart, Tracy Apple Rogers, Anna and Lynn Johnson, Reunion Coordinator Adrienne Hayden, Kim Payne and Kannyn MacRae.
The Hill’s elusive “Idyllbeast” and his lovely companion held center stage at Mountain Restaurant where they were “roasted” during the Mountain’s first “Improv Comedy Night,” slated to take place on Thursday evenings.
Reed man, bandleader and Idyllwild Summer Concert Series (ISCS) producer Ken Dahleen returns with his Big Band Staff in the series’ penultimate position
Seven films comprised the Filmmaker’s Screenings held at the Rustic Theatre on Saturday, July 30. Under the direction of Ira Abrams, the films were written, directed and produced by students in the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program. After the screenings, writers, cinematographers, editors, actors and key personnel in each film took the stage for a bow.