Bobbie Eakes is doing her part to keep the resurgence in Palm Springs going with live stage appearances and her own boutique, Studio BE, opening soon.
Andy Grammer, who will appear Aug. 31 at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs, is a rare specimen in today’s world of manufactured pop stars backed by small armies of songwriters and stylists.
Step inside Desert Fencing Academy in Palm Desert and you will understand why it's a lifetime sport with students ranging in age from 7 to 83.
As the lazy days of summer come to a close, splurge on a unique ice cream “shoppe” experience in The Greater Palm Springs area.
The next time you find yourself stuck in traffic on U.S. 101, take a worthwhile detour to the artsy, eclectic hillside beach town of Summerland, California.
Rather than tell his kids to find something to do this summer, Jody Erdahl actually created that something: Rock’n’Roll Mini Golf in La Quinta.
Some of the most unique and interesting places to visit are within an easy drive of the Greater Palm Springs area.
August in the Palm Springs area means some restaurants close, but which ones remain open? We've put together a list of a dozen with a table waiting for you.
Evan Christopher will return to one of his musical homes in Idyllwild when he headlines the 21st annual Jazz in the Pines, Aug. 16-17.
New music, new dance numbers and special effects highlight the return of the "Top Rock" musical tribute show to the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs.
Jeremiah Clark prefers to travel by train, giving him a chance to see the country and bring those experiences into his music.
Belinda Carlisle splits her time between the U.S. and France, loves yoga, and oh, she just also happens to sing six weeks a year with her pop/rock band, The Go-Go’s.
Palm Springs is not only a second home for singer Cameron Neilson, it's also a source of inspiration for his hit, 'All Equal on the Dance Floor'.
Tessanne Chin's life has gone to hyper drive since her dramatic win of Season 5 of NBC’s singing competition show, The Voice.
For more than a decade, the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway has set aside the month of July to pay tribute to military personnel – active and retired.
Amy Armstrong and Freddy Allen, who have shared a musical marriage on stage for 18 years, will take on new roles when Freddy marries his partner and Amy officiates the wedding.
Summer school has never been a good reason to celebrate until the Ace Hotel & Swim Club fashionably borrowed the name for its upcoming art and music collaboration in Palm Springs.
Lou Cutell, a regular on Betty White's 'Off Their Rockers', was once self-conscious of his English skills but has become prolific on and off stage late in his career.
Comedian Theo Von is a scrap-booker, and he's had plenty of mementos to collect during his meteoric rise on TV to working with Howie Mandel on the game show, "Deal With It".
The true potential of Mexican cooking and how it can enhance even traditional Fourth of July items like hamburgers and hot dogs can be found at Tacos & Tequila at the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa.
Reputed to be among the longest par-3 golf courses in the country, the Indio Municipal Golf Course is the only track in the desert to be lit at night.
Ross Mathews has felt at home in Palm Springs since his first visit, and the talk show host will return to introduce drag superstar Jackie Beast to desert audiences.
The temperature may be rising, but that doesn’t mean there is a lack of things to do for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
The thermostat isn’t the only thing surging come summertime in the desert. Concurrent to triple-digit temps, opportunities for excellent golf rates and playing pace rise in kind.
Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs will begin a new “Dinner and a Movie” Film Series, opening with the 1975 thriller, JAWS, on June 28.
Jen Kirkman is happy and single at age 40, but no one will believe her, which provides excellent fodder for her comedic act.
Alix Korey has found a sense of success since moving to the Palm Springs area, and now she's sharing her talents in a cabaret theater setting.
Unlike a majority of the directors of films set to screen at the Palm Springs International ShortFest, actor Taylor Kitsch’s film, Pieces, has already had an offer to be made into a full-length feature.
Performer Lynda Kay pays homage to her favorite era, midcentury modern, every time she takes stage from her big hair, sultry voice, and sparkly costumes.
YouTube transformed Christina Bianco into an overnight sensation, and her act gives audiences a taste of her own voice along with her impressions of others.
Middle Ridge Winery will introduce a special wine label series to commemorate the Idyllwild Deer Sightings and benefit the Art Alliance of Idyllwild.
Dana Leong will bring a sound that fuses electronic hip-hop, funk rhythms, and rock propulsions with classical cello and trombone to McCallum Theatre Institute's Summer Session.
Poolside’s debut album in 2012 ushered in a new genre of electronica that was a soothing alternative to the dubstep sound dominating DJ sets.
Her personal presentation can be considered stereotypically more masculine, but lesbian comedian Julie Goldman doesn't care. She is happy being herself.
While the kids may be set to purchase traditional Father’s Day fare, we’ve assembled a unique assortment of fun experiences and gift items.
'Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story' reveals both the talents and struggles of the late great saxophonist set for its world premiere at the LA Film Fest.
For practically every painting he creates, artist Fariad will film it, add original music and posts the videos on YouTube.
Since the Gallardo family took over last fall, the Three Sixty North Bar & Grill in Palm Springs has done a 180 and is participating in Restaurant Week.
The incredibly hilarious and sharp-tongued comedian Kathy Griffin is coming to town after becoming the first female comedian since 1986 to win a Grammy for Best Comedy Album.
America's Dewey Bunnell recalls the name for the group came after watching Chicago name their band after a city. “We thought, ‘We could be the country’.”