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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

Business Changes: Village Market and Town Baker …

The Johnsons, Jay, Jason and Steve are again operating Village Market, having taken it back as a result of the default of previous business...

Even with rain, Hill free of major traffic incidents

Even with heavy weekend rains, Hill roads were relatively free of traffic collisions. Even so, the two incidents reported by California Highway Patrol produced...

Casey Abrams brings his brand of improv to Jazz in the...

Idyllwild Arts alumnus and American Idol veteran Casey Abrams is bringing his brand of jazz and pop improv to the 2015 Jazz in the...

Artist Richelle Gribble explores art, intellect and networks

If Idyllwild is a top-100 art town, Richelle Gribble, raised in Idyllwild, is the poised and precocious product of that milieu. At 24, she...

Idyllwild Actors Theatre does Durang

Actor and playwright Christopher Durang writes comedy — satire, dark comedy, parody and absurdist. The Idyllwild Actors Theatre next presents a full stage, al...

Caltrans project on Highway 371 creates significant delays

Caltrans is widening shoulders to 4-foot widths on Highway 371 in a 5-mile stretch from Cary Road to Kirby Road. During the project, only...

Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers bring cowboy swing

The Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers, Arizona imports, are award-winning practitioners of Western music — the music of the American West, composed by and about...

One summer becomes a lifetime: Bill Lowman concludes Throwback Summer Lecture...

In 1965, 16-year-old Bill Lowman came to Idyllwild to sing in Robert Holmes’ celebrated choir as part of the Idyllwild School of Music and...

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program launches Writers Week

For many years, the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program has been known as a gathering place for some of the country’s finest poets and writers....

A trip to the ‘40s with Bill Tole and the Jimmy...

What could be better than an outdoor summer concert with the big band hits of the Dorsey Brothers and vocals made famous by the...
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