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Lemon Lily Festival forges ahead

The Lemon Lily Steering Committee met Wednesday, June 5, as plans for the fourth Lemon Lily Festival firm up. The festival will be the weekend of July 13 and 14 at the Nature Center. In Dave Stith’s absence, Sue Nash gave an update on the Lemon Lily plants, which should be blooming during the festival. […]

A June weekend of New Orleans sounds

A June weekend of New Orleans sounds

This weekend, the 10th-annual Aroma Spring Jazz Festival will be a tribute to New Orleans jazz and food, according to Paul Carman, festival producer. Carman, local saxophone and bass musician, usually goes to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. “This year I wasn’t able to go, so I decided to bring the music here,” […]

Diana Wagman next at authors series

Diana Wagman next at authors series

Diana Wagman, the next author at Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild Author Series, explores how an unexpected event in an ordinary day can alter a city’s landscape and the course of a woman’s life. In her fourth novel, “The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets,” Wagman’s central character, Winnie, is a 38-year-old woman who, after a divorce, […]

Dixieland combo swings Fourth with first summer concert

Ken Dahleen opens season 14 of the Idyllwild Summer Concert series with a Dixieland combo in the Fourth of July Parade and his Big Band Staff on the concert stage that night at the Idyllwild Community Center. “It’s the first time we’ve opened the series on the Fourth of July,” said Dahleen. His Dixieland six, […]

Throw the Goat performs locally, PIE served first

Throw the Goat performs locally, PIE served first

This week, two local groups — Throw the Goat and PIE — and a third, CPA, a Hemet band led by Idyllwild native Paul Teel, will perform at the Rustic Theatre …

PHOTOS: "Clue" is a hit

PHOTOS: “Clue” is a hit

Bagpipers plan concert in gardens

Pipes in the Pines, featuring the University of California, Riverside, Pipe Band, returns to Idyllwild, Wednesday, July 3. The evening event was sold out last year and this year’s return engagement is also quickly selling tickets. The Pipe band will present an evening of Celtic entertainment from shortly after the gate opens, at Gary Parton’s […]

Author and activist Michael Kearns is next author speaker

Author and activist Michael Kearns is next author speaker

Michael Kearns, actor, writer, producer, teacher and gay activist, is prolific, having built an astonishingly deep resume of work over a 40-year career in Hollywood. He will talk about his career, political activism and book, “The Drama of AIDS: My Lasting Connection With Two Plays That Survived the Plague,” as part of Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild […]

A board game that sings and dances: ‘Clue, The Musical’

A board game that sings and dances: ‘Clue, The Musical’

Just as Marvel Comics spawned blockbuster action movies and a theme ride at Disneyland gave us Capt. Jack Sparrow, Parker Brothers’ board game “Clue” has grown human bodies that sing, dance and act. First produced Off Broadway in 1997, “Clue, The Musical” has become a popular musical comedy staple for schools and community theaters. With […]

Idyllwild Garden Club’s 2013 Mountain Garden Tour

Idyllwild Garden Club’s 2013 Mountain Garden Tour

Discover Idyllwild’s botanical wonderlands, a treasure of delightful gardens normally hidden from view. They are all yours during this year’s Idyllwild Mountain Garden Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 22. On this self-guided tour, learn how mountain gardeners planted attractive native plants with popular garden varieties for year-round flowering and gorgeous foliage. […]

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