Although the town has a population of under 5,000 residents, Idyllwild restaurants make it worth the trek up the mountain. Here are 5 to get you started.
Glen Wexler returns to his native Palm Springs in May to show images from his latest photography book, “The ’80s Portrait Sessions” at Janssen Artspace.
The Palm Springs Public Arts Commission marks 30 years of accumulating and maintaining public art pieces with two October events.
Jazz in the Pines marks a 25-year milestone while maintaining its goal to keep it about the music in the pristine setting of Idyllwild.
Charles “Chip” Shelley dons his Uncle Sam costume to help give the Idyllwild Fourth of July parade its All-American appeal.
Tysen Knight and his “The Art of Hustle” film traces his roots as a street artist to becoming a regular gallery contributor set to screen at the upcoming American Documentary Film Festival.
It wasn’t competition that led to moving the Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema from its traditional January run to early March, but Mother Nature.
David Salk, a ceramicist and an art gallery owner in Palm Springs and Idyllwild, may be one of the longest running artists at the La Quinta Arts Festival, which runs March 1–4.
Palm Springs native Craig Deman has combined his photography skills with those of Julia Curylo, a painter from Poland, in a desert-based art project.
The walls of Darleen Wilkerson’s home are filled with her colorful batik artworks, which can be seen during the La Quinta Artist Studio Tour Dec. 3.