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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

Tod Goldberg wraps up Idyllwild Author Series

Tod Goldberg is a much-lauded novelist with a wicked sense of humor. He returns to wrap up Eduardo Santiago’s fifth-annual Idyllwild Authors Series on...

From teacher to iconographer, Nancy Borchers just gets it done

Nancy Borchers of Pine Cove is accomplished, in many art media and in many career incarnations. And she is modest. As she likes to...

Idyllwild Arts announces major management changes: IA faculty member Heather...

Idyllwild Arts Foundation President Pamela Jordan announced a number of new hires for key management positions including film chair, music chair, chief development officer...

IAF president announces Chris Reba as new music chair

In announcing Chris Reba as the new Idyllwild Arts Academy music chair, Idyllwild Arts Foundation President Pamela Jordan touted Reba’s versatility across multiple musical...

Art Alliance stages successful combo event

With a short window to prepare as a new board, the Art Alliance of Idyllwild staged a successful public art celebration that combined two...

Cal Fire crews conduct trail abatement in Poppet Flats

  Fuel abatement in historical burn areas is an ongoing responsibility of firefighting management and crews. Wednesday, June 3, Cal Fire and Riverside County Fire...

Two vehicle fatalities

Travis Glauser, 37, of Palm Desert, was traveling eastbound on Highway 74 at about 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 4, when he lost control of...

Ken Dahleen announces lineup for summer concert series

Ken Dahleen’s Idyllwild Summer Concert Series arrives with heat at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 2. The diminutive Lisa Haley bows the first electric notes...

Award-winning author Deanne Stillman next for author series

Called one of the foremost chroniclers of the desert Southwest, Deanne Stillman writes of the inestimable beauty of the desert and of the madness...

Lake Hemet Water Park opens

The day could not have been more beautiful. A few clouds danced through an otherwise brilliant sky, a light wind ruffled the lake surface,...
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