Paula Priamos, the next author for Eduardo Santiago’s Idyllwild Authors Series, examines whether a shyster defense attorney, disbarred for embezzlement, can also be a good father. The father in this case is hers, and her memoir “The Shyster’s Daughter” chronicles her father’s peccadillos and unsavory professional practices and at the same time credits his attentiveness and firm hand in raising her.
Category: On The Town
Panelists spoke on Sunday night at the Krone Library at Idyllwild Arts during “Considering the Life and Legacy of Katherine Siva Saubel Through Her Many Collaborations” to discuss and share stories about the Native American tribal leader’s collaborative contributions that helped preserve Cahuilla language, culture, ethnobotany and more.
The Creek House celebrated the grand opening of its Backyard Stage on the 4th of July with jazz musicians playing to a full house in the garden along Strawberry Creek. Jazz musicians shown above (from left) are Marshall Hawkins on bass, Dave Hitchings on drums, Paul Carman on saxophone, and Bob Boss on guitar.
A small, but enthusiastic crowd showed up for Town Hall’s first outdoor movie night Friday evening. The sign painted by the kids and staff at Town Hall advertised the movie, “The Adventures of Tin Tin.” Next month the movie will be “African Cats.”
Amy Finley, joining the Idyllwild Author Series, entertained her audience Sunday afternoon with stories of Parisian and French cooking. Her 2011 book, “How to Eat a Small Country: A Family’s Pursuit of Happiness One Meal at a Time,” was the topic of her visit to INK.
University of California at Riverside’s Pipe Band once again joined Idyllwild’s Fourth of July Parade. The Band also performed at several other events during the week, including a service at the Rustic Theatre Saturday commemorating Maggie Morphett …