Idyllwild Arts Foundation celebrates 70 years in 2016

Editor’s note: throughout the year, we will cover events and write articles celebrating IAF’s 70th anniversary. Idyllwild Arts began in the early 1940s with one...

The Desert Art Center reopens in Palm Springs

  The Desert Art Center, a nonprofit cooperative art gallery, has 138 juried artists displaying numerous works of art in a spacious 2,000-square-foot gallery. Located...

Pam Jordan looks forward as IAF begins yearlong celebration: ‘You cannot...

When Max Krone, a University of Southern California professor, dreamed of an Idyllwild campus to educate artists, it was a vision inspired by Idyllwild...

19th-annual Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow: A celebration of cultures, values and...

The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians invites the community and public to the 19th-annual Payomkawichum Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow set to take place from...

Photos: Last week in Idyllwild: September 10, 2015

                           

Past Tense: September 10, 2015

65 years ago - 1950 A new attraction at the Labor Day carnival was Zeke’s hayride. A team of six horses pulled the wagon and...

Creature Corner: September 10, 2015

By Mimi and Hootch ARF has kittens! Introducing Atticus and Bo, the newest kitty additions to the ARF cattery. Atticus, the orange and Bo the...

Tramway closing two weeks for annual maintenance

The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway will close for its annual maintenance beginning Monday, Sept. 14 with a tentative reopening date of 8 a.m. Saturday,...

Journal from the James: Sky islands continued …

By Assistant Director John Laundré In the last “Journal from the James,” I pointed out the uniqueness of mountainous sky islands such as the San...

Off the Main Roads: Trail etiquette tips …

Sitting on a trailside rock, eating my lunch and throughly enjoying the cool breeze, I happened to witness an encounter that reminded me of...
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