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Despite fire, the show must go on
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Despite fire, the show must go on

Jazz in the Pines festival celebrates 25 years ■ Chronicle News Staff One of the most festive jazz experiences in the city of Idyllwild will be celebrating a quarter century of success. Despite being temporarily evacuated due to the Cranston fire, Jazz in the Pines will be hosting its celebratory event up in the mountain area from Aug. 10-12. The show must go on! The jazz festival held for Idyllwild Arts scholarships kicked off in 1994 and has only prospered since then. “Just the fact that we’ve survived 25 years speaks for itself,” says Marshall Hawkins, co-founder and music director of Jazz in the Pines who has worked with the likes

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