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Next ICC speaker is Walter Parks: “70 Years of History at...

Walter Parks knows history and is a good story teller. Stanford B.A. and M.B.A. grad, he has long been associated with Idyllwild Arts, from...

Do you know how Suicide Rock got its name?

I received a few responses to last week’s question. First, let’s get this irreverent one out of the way. Jim Marsh, famous as the architect...

Mischief, mayhem and magic on a Saturday Halloween

“Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen, Voices whisper in the trees, ‘Tonight is Halloween!’” -- Dexter Kozen In the small village of Idyllwild, Halloween occupies...

Rick Barker next for ICC Speaker Series: Explores the future of...

Richard Barker is not a painter or a visual artist. But he has developed a theory about how art can influence and shape us....

Awards ceremony spotlights film fest maturity

The seats were filled at the Rustic Theatre. The graphics had sheen. The trophies sparkled. Presenters hit their marks. After their names were called,...

Kuscher tackles Art & Wine Walk

More wineries, more wine stations, more music venues planned ...

Bald eagle chicks hatch at Big Bear Lake

With all eyes glued to a live-streaming “nest cam” — visit www.iws.org/livecams.html and select Big Bear Eagle Cam, Big Bear Lake) — viewers from...

Education, passion fuel therapeutic collaboration

Inspired by Idyllwild’s natural synergy leads many residents to the precious conclusion that joy, tranquility and fitness go hand in hand. How else can...

Idyllwild’s business profile changes often

The ledger of Idyllwild businesses changes often. Off-Hill visitors come to the Hill, fall in love with the village shopping district and decide to...

Dore’s Mountain Art Garden comes alive

The Art Garden was the setting for an “End of Summer Art Fair,” which saw dramatic works of art on display.
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