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Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s summer kickoff takes artists outdoors

Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s summer kickoff takes artists outdoors

The Art Alliance of Idyllwild is welcoming summer 2013 with a weekend celebration of art in the great outdoors. It’s the AAI’s Annual Plein Air Festival, which takes place June 7, 8 and 9. The free event brings artists and art lovers together in the scenic mountain town of Idyllwild. On Friday, June 7, the […]

Exploring the commonality of the dark side

Exploring the commonality of the dark side

Author Lisa Teasley, the third in this season’s Idyllwild Author Series, has been called fearless, unafraid to inhabit and explore her characters’ dark psyches and discover what each of us has in common with those whose wounds are gruesome and raw. She’ll discuss her debut novel, “Dive,” the story of a love affair between two […]

Local artist to honor LA artist, children’s author

Local artist to honor LA artist, children’s author

Local artist John Cook’s transition to mosaic art from stain glass was serendipity. But his new talent will honor Leo Politi, renowned Los Angeles artist and children’s author. Cook’s mosaics, patterned after Politi’s sidewalk mosaics, will be placed in the Leo Politi Garden outside the Henry Madden Library at California State University, Fresno. Politi, whose […]

Hamilton leads hikes during Wildflower Festival

Hamilton leads hikes during Wildflower Festival

Hamilton led some informative interpretive walks in the Idyllwild Nature Center forest during the Wildflower Festival over Memorial Day weekend …

PHOTOS: Memorial Day weekend in Idyllwild

PHOTOS: Memorial Day weekend in Idyllwild

Reyna Grande recounts her immigration odyssey at author series

Reyna Grande recounts her immigration odyssey at author series

After a well-attended successful launch of his third annual Idyllwild Author Series, Eduardo Santiago next presents Reyna Grande, author of “The Distance Between Us” (Atria Books, 2012). Grande recounts in her memoir how, when she was two, her family life was devastated by the departure of first her father, then her mother, as undocumented immigrants […]

Isis presents ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’

Isis presents ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’

Isis Theatre Company will reprise its March production of “Love, Loss and What I Wore” …

PHOTOS: Idyllwild's 24th annual Earth Fair

PHOTOS: Idyllwild’s 24th annual Earth Fair

Lucky Lisa Glynne, young resident of both La Jolla and Idyllwild, has four Monarch Butterflies checking her out …

Memorial Day honors American war dead

Memorial Day, formerly known as Decoration Day, honors men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. At 11 a.m. Monday, May 27, American Legion Post 800 holds its annual honor guard ceremony, the emotional centerpiece of the Memorial Day weekend. The tradition of a solemn spring ceremony began after the […]

Cheryl Crane, Lana Turner’s daughter, discusses her life and book

Cheryl Crane, Lana Turner’s daughter, discusses her life and book

Cheryl Crane, Lana Turner’s only child, opens Eduardo Santiago’s third Author Series. She’ll discuss her autobiographical book, “Detour: A Hollywood Story” (Arbor House, 1988). The book offers a look inside her storybook youth as the child of one of the biggest stars in Hollywood and a single incident that dramatically changed the story. Crane remembers […]

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