April 1998

In-Stock $6.50
Too Much of a Good Thing is.... Wonderful! The Casa de Liberace remains one of the most lavish examples of Palm Springs
libertine architecture. And a heck of a party house. Until this month, few ousiders got in for a peek.


Suited to Danger
Photography by Richard Reinsdorf, Winston West. How much excitement can swimsuits stand? We put them to the test in this armedand dangerous fashion layout.
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Articles

About The Cover:

Can just one image sum up 40 years of extraordinary publishing ? We didn't think so, either. We asked Palm Springs computer artist Hal lester (last seen in the October 1997 issue) to weave some of our more famous covers into an in-your-face celebration. He chose this 3-D imagery, a way to look forward and backward at the same time.

You Saw It In Palm Springs Life

Take a nostalgic trip through four decades of ultra lifestyle. We've culled some of the best photos, most relevant stories and proudest moments and created a mosaic we hope stirs memories.

Palm Springs Life's exciting 40th Anniversary Year

includes a special keepsake photography issue in April of 1998. Don't miss our definitive photo history of Hollywood at play, a gallery of our most cherished covers from Bob Hope to Sharon Stone plus society photos, stunning historical homes and fashion from the 50's to the 90's.
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Promotions + Contests

2014/15 Best of the Best

2014/15 Best of the Best

Palm Springs Life’s annual Best of the Best. Readers tell us who their choice is for the “Best of the Best” of the Coachella Valley in over 40 categories.
GuestLife Magical Monterey Bay Experience

GuestLife Magical Monterey Bay Experience

Pets on Parade 2015 Photo Contest

Pets on Parade 2015 Photo Contest

Enter your “Cutest Pet” photo in the Pets on Parade 2015 Photo Contest. Online users will be able to like the Cutest Pet photos from six (6) categories.
Cartoon Caption Contest

Cartoon Caption Contest

Each month, we provide a vintage 1950’s cartoon illustrated by Alice Rovinsky. You are invited to submit a caption or vote for your favorite caption.