The Hill at the time of the Lemon Lily

As the end of the 19th century approached, Strawberry Valley (“Idyllwild” didn’t officially exist until 1901) was a far different place from anything we can readily picture today.

Samba sounds at Idyllwild Summer Concert series

The summer sounds of Brazilian samba and bossa nova will waft over the community center meadow on Thursday, July 14

A very Idyllwild Fourth of July

Many local community groups participated in the 2011 Fourth of July Parade. A few are pictured here.

Noel Alumit visits Idyllwild authors series

Noel Alumit, author of “Talking to the Moon” and “Letters to Montgomery Clift,” talks with Idyllwild Authors Series host Eduardo Santiago at 2 p.m....

Why “Our Town” endures

Isis Theatre is presenting Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” starting Friday July 8 through Sunday July 10 at the Caine Learning Center. It is a full production that director Emily Heebner has crafted to enhance the spare staging and terse text that are hallmarks of “Our Town.”

Altschul’s “Deus Ex Machina” savages media

Andrew Altschul, according to reviews, has applied a devilish wit to what he observes as a growing societal fascination with reality TV, in his...

Santana tribute band, Bohemio, opens Summer Concert Series

Bohemio, a sizzling Latin jazz and Santana tribute band from the Coachella Valley jump-starts Ken Dahleen’s popular community event, the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series....

Idyllwild’s Fourth of July

Parade blossomed from small-town patriotism ...

Nature Center’s Junior Naturalist programs in full swing

The Idyllwild Nature Center has announced the topics for its summer Junior Naturalist Programs. Children, ages 7 to 11 years, can engage in a...

Emax, art and Idyllwild

Ernie Maxwell, Idyllwild Town Crier newspaper founder with his wife Betty, discovered an environment in Idyllwild in which to express his many talents, impressing his spirit permanently on the community.
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