The country of Africa was the next topic in a series of cultural presentations to youngsters at the Idyllwild Library Summer Reading Program.
The popular band “City Beat’ brought its hard-hitting sound to the Hill on Thursday, July 21 as part of the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series. Locals, visitors and friends crowded onto the dance floor to dance to City Beat’s playlist of Chicago, Tower of Power, Blood Sweat and Tears and other favorites.
When it comes to covering the musical spectrum, Keith Droste has “played it all.” This year, Chicago native Droste plans to cover it all ...
The Patron’s Dinner begins the Aug. 26 weekend festivities in Idyllwild commonly known as the 18th Annual Jazz in the Pines. Chris Maxson, owner...
"Café Aroma hosted “Burlessence” Friday night, July 15. It featured several choreographed dances.
Jeff Stover and Chris Gore combined their respective bands, All Star Big Band and Jackson Garrett, to produce the Mixed Bag Orchestra (MBO), which...
Colin Wenhardt and his Bossa Nova Quintet provided Brazilian samba and bossa nova music during last week’s Summer Concert Series produced by Ken Dahleen.
In five weeks, Idyllwild will be pulsating.
“Nunsense,” the durable musical that has spawned either four or eight sequels, depending on your math, returns to Idyllwild as “Meshuggah-Nuns!”
Award-winning Mohican composer Brent Michael Davids (wearing the top hat), taught four local native American youth how to compose a string quartet, which was played by a 12-piece ensemble Friday at Idyllwild Arts.