Archive - May 2012 - Entertainment News Article
Local author David Pageâ€™s award-winning guidebook packs a surprise on every page
David Page is one of those true Mammoth iconoclasts. Heâ€™s a big-name writer and world travelerâ€”living deep and quiet right here in our backyard. Heâ€™s written for national publications and media, including the Discovery Channel, Men's Journal, Skiing, Backcountry, The New York Times, Hemispheresâ€”and for locally produced media, such as Eastside magazine.
Fido says we should have a “Fantasy Dinner Party.”
There’s a new book about the Eastern Sierra, written by someone every Mammoth Times reader already knows.
Mules have not exactly been red-carpet material, but that may change next week when “Mule Days: The Documentary” premiers in Bishop during the annual hee-haw weekend.
"I guess I'm just as much an artist as any other dog around here,"
Fido said. "But I'm missing out."
“Love Letters,” a two-character play by A.R. Gurney, will open an extensive Eastern Sierra run next Friday, beginning at Edison Theatre in Mammoth.
“I’m Dog Armstrong! Pass the Hammer Gel!”
First, to all the mothers out there: THANK YOU! ..
The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, in conjunction with the Inyo National Forest, will be conducting an art competition as part of the Grand Opening Celebration for new Bristlecone Pine Forest Visitor Center.
The Sierra Summer Festival (a nonprofit 501(c3) organization) is currently seeking donations of housing for its orchestra.
Shira Dubrovner, artistic director of the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, this week was accepted into the well-respected Directors Lab West.
Fido doesn't know from wildlife.
"What the heck?!?" Fido said.