Labor Day Weekend marks the symbolic close to summer, but it's also a long weekend filled with music, food, and a host of activities in Greater Palm Springs.
Santa Cruz Island is a hiker’s haven, offering diverse terrain and trails that wind through the interior grasslands and along scenic coastal cliffs.
The Palm Springs area is filled with resorts offering packages in the summer months to help people unwind and have fun.
No longer just for “man,” yappy hours at local restaurants, hotels, and resorts now invite your pooch to tag along.
"Top Rock" brings a brash, rockin' musical tribute to the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs on Friday and Saturday nights through September.
When the mercury remains in the hundreds for months at a stretch in the Palm Springs area, a relaxing oceanside escape can really hit the spot.
You dress, dine, and sleep in style — and so should your pet. From such summer necessities as a life jacket and an outdoor bed to party-appropriate vests and collars, these local pet boutiques have your furry friends covered.
Just persevere through these tough times, and know that the hard way will become the right road in 2015.
Rocket Fizz has moved to downtown Palm Springs,recreatings the candy store once the epicenter of every child’s sweet dreams.
Friends of the Desert Mountains has begun a series of hikes around the area that keep you cool and give a closer look at the great outdoors.
The Great Wall of Cash at Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, a 45-foot-long replica of the Chinese landmark, allows guests to score free money.
Following the opening of the Hacienda Cantina & Beach Club in South Palm Springs, interior designer Christopher Kennedy will open a retail store and design studio just a block away.
Entering Leo on July 16, Jupiter ramps up the social calendar. There will be more summer parties than last year — expect an overbooked schedule.
The Palm Springs Walk of Stars honors philanthropic superhero Lynda Carter for shattering stereotypes and blazing new paths for generations of women.
Slip one of these recent summer reading releases into your pool tote or carry-on – and get lost in literature.
Constructed from repurposed milk jugs, the Lollygagger outdoor furniture line by Loll Designs lends a sleek, modern aesthetic to a poolside landscape.
The hottest trends this season will keep you looking cool, from breezy frocks and tie-dye knits to red-haute shades and weightless accessories.
From mapping your moods to measuring steps, these popular apps — used alone or together — offer all that’s needed to inspire and support personal mind and body health and fitness goals.
The Parade of Planes is back as part of the 2014 Aviation Summit, Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
An independent firm selects 70 Coachella Valley attorneys in 18 specialties
Capitol Records music video producer and desert resident Danny Lockwood lends his Midas touch to top artists.
Whatever your idea of idle recreation, you can shine in swimwear and comfortable, chic clothing to keep you looking hot.
It may be 100-plus degrees outside, but it’s always a cool 75 inside Palm Springs Art Museum and its sister Palm Desert location, The Galen.
Mercury goes retrograde June 7, a seemingly backward motion the planet makes through the sky.
The creative force behind Palm Springs–based menswear label Mr. Turk is not, in fact, “Mr. Turk.” He is Jonathan Skow, husband of designer Trina Turk.
Ducati Motor Holding and Tudor Watch Co. have collaborated to create a men’s timepiece that exudes strength, virility, and supreme reliability.
For the past six years, vintage jewelry guru Matt Burkholz’s Palm Springs store, Route 66 West, has been the “it” destination for collectors from around the world.
The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies, which closed for good May 18, can’t say good-bye quite yet without a memorabilia sale June 13-14 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
The 2014 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market has chosen the first 10 films chosen to represent the ShortFest Online Film Festival.
Bermuda Dunes native Doug Finley enters his third summer with the Palm Springs Power where he has become more aggressive from the mound.
When Dann Foley began his own interior design business while still in college, the Palm Springs resident's long-range vision is now coming into complete focus.
If the food and the crowd at the Restaurant Week kickoff at Pirch are any indication, this year’s 10-day promotional event, May 30 to June 8, is likely to break records.
David Quintanilla's bold and colorful portrait photography will be part of a Palm Springs fundraiser to aid the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center.
With many sportswear lines adopting savvy street styles, there’s no need to sacrifice fashion for function.
This month, the play’s the thing in the desert. From epic drama to camp comedy, there’s no better time to see some of the Coachella Valley’s most talented performers.
Lindsay Wagner, best known for her starring role on The Bionic Woman, will offer a week-long advanced acting retreat, July 13-19, at the Hilton Hotel in Palm Springs.
The Howlin' Brothers are about to release their second album, TROUBLE, on the heels of appearing at Stagecoach Music Festival.
LeAnn Rimes makes a stop at Spotlight 29 Casino on the cusp of a reality TV show appearing on VH1 and sharing a more raw honesty in her music.
Earth Wind & Fire continues to maintain a busy concert schedule thanks to a musical sound that has touched five generations of fans.
The Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival celebrates black and white classics, like 'Sunset Boulevard', which continues to make a cultural impact.