Category: On The Town
Retired arts educator Ken Young, popular with Idyllwild audiences for his portrayals of famous painters, makes his last Idyllwild appearance as French pointillist Georges Seurat at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at Rainbow Inn …
Comedy improv night at the Rustic Theatre joins a busy summer schedule of festivals, concerts and an author series. “What’s the Worst that Could Happen,” local entertainment entrepreneur Scott Foster’s tip of the hat to famous improv progenitors Kentucky Fried Theatre and Saturday Night Live, will inaugurate what Foster and Rustic owner Phil Calderone plan […]
With the last winter storm remnants still melting away, we welcome the warm afternoon sunshine and the friendly reminders of spring all around. Easter reminds us of rebirth, renewal and rejuvenation. We need to remind ourselves that not only is Easter spiritually present in our lives, but physically as well. We need to get out […]
Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, which began in 1950, returns June 16 for its annual eight-week session …
It’s spring, Hill daffodils are beginning to emerge and dance in the warmth of the sun, and the Idyllwild Master Chorale is presenting a spring musical confection designed to inspire and entertain. IMC Director Dwight “Buzz” Holmes reprises the successful pairing from last spring of classical and Broadway that played to standing room only audiences. […]
In my personal experience, Belgian beers are often regarded as the finest of their craft. Many people have romanticized ideas of monks crafting ales in the walls of monasteries across Belgium. When talking to those involved in the Belgian brewing community, I found a startlingly different opinion. Many craft brewers in Belgium feel the same way many craft brewers in America feel.