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Marshall Smith has been writing for the Town Crier since 2005. His favorite quote is: '"Some men see things as they are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were, and ask why not." Robert Kennedy quoting George Bernard Shaw

Proposition 12 proposes to change commercial animal confinement regs

A ‘do over’ of 2008’s Proposition 2 Proposition 12, backed by the Humane Society of the United States, proposes to revise commercial animal-confinement standards previously...

Major business changes in Idyllwild

Grand Idyllwild Lodge sells, Rustic Theatre changes hands, new restaurant in the Fort Major changes are happening in Idyllwild’s commercial business profile. The Grand Idyllwild...

Year six of Stratford’s Shakespeare scenes

Stratford Players, Idyllwild’s classical company dedicated to keeping Shakespeare front and center, presents “Will in the Woods” season six, “Lovers and Scoundrels.” On the bill...

Air conditioning units stolen from roof of Village Market

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of two heavy air-conditioning units from the roof of Village Market on the weekend of...

College counseling at Idyllwild Arts in the Spotlight

College counseling at Idyllwild Arts Academy is the subject of the next Spotlight on Leadership talk on Sept. 10. Molly Newman, director of college counseling,...

Stratford Players present a fun-filled Shakespeare primer

Rob Crisell’s one-man show makes Shakespeare delicious, not daunting “It’s a prequel to “Will in the Woods,” said Stratford Players founder and artistic director Marsha...

Helen Hixon buys working studio Mountain Pottery

Two weeks into her ownership of Mountain Pottery, Helen Hixon could not be happier or more enthusiastic. The working studio offers ceramic classes, including all...

From kindergarten student to sixth-grade teacher

Nicole Picchiottino returns to her K-6 alma mater Nicole (Hoffman) Picchiottino, along with other first- and second-grade students at Idyllwild School, used to slide her...

Ginger and Her Hoosier Daddys send up tunes that are the...

Danceable music of the 1920s and 1940s Editor’s note: This band was originally scheduled the week of the Cranston Fire. The Idyllwild Summer Concert Series...

Blue Breeze returns with their Motown ‘A game’

Harold Wherry returns to the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series with his Motown, R&B and soul band Blue Breeze. A favorite of ISCS audiences, especially the...
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