The life of Bernstein in six lectures

The year 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of a substantial and somewhat controversial force in American cultural life, that of Leonard...

Wolves in Idyllwild on Friday the 13th

“I’d rather sing one wild song and burst my heart with it than live a thousand years.” — Jack London On a very dark night on...

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...

Rob Roberge next in series

Rob Roberge writes gritty, lean and powerful prose, drawing on his own struggles with alcohol and drug addiction, and the difficulty of balancing a...

Ember mug’s spark began at Idyllwild Arts

Drop into a Starbucks and there’s a pretty good chance you’ll run across something invented by Clay Alexander, who graduated from Idyllwild Arts Academy in 1994. Nearly 4,600 Starbucks stores carry the temperature-controlled Ember Ceramic Mug (named by Time magazine as one of the best inventions of 2017), and about a thousand stores carry the Ember Travel Mug.

Idyllwild Arts ‘Company’ performs for full house

“The Company” of the Idyllwild Arts Theatre Department opened and closed its Musical Theatre Fall Cabaret with a hearty rendition of “Another Op’nin’, Another Show” and in between students performed 16 songs to a standing-room-only audience at Rush Hall on Sunday, Oct. 16. Performing “I’m Not” from the Broadway musical “Little By Little” is Idyllwild Arts student Paulina Kurtz. Photo by Cid Castillo

ICC partners with Idyllwild Arts on this year’s speaker series

The popular and longstanding Idyllwild Community Center Speaker Series has a new producing partner. The Idyllwild Arts Academy will work with ICC to present...

PHOTOS: Easter on the Hill

Luke Olivier, 3, darts out to get a head start on Saturday’s Community Easter Egg Hunt at the Idyllwild Community Park.

Wine and tapas at Creek House

With two wine bars, both upper and lower decks were filled. Multiple wines and tapas were served throughout the event Saturday.

Looking back at an Idyllwild pioneer

Gladys Humphreys File photo Editor’s note: This feature ran in the Town Crier on Nov. 4, 1976. Gladys Humphreys...