Every artist has a vision, and Gray Malin’s photography of the Parker Palm Springs reflects his sunny-go-lucky joie de vivre by taking idyllic settings for dream vacations and kicking them up a dozen notches.
The Desert Riviera Hotel in Palm Springs has been chosen the No. 1 hotel for exceptional service by TripAdvisor, while two other Palm Springs hotels, Hotel California and La Maison, also finished in the top five.
It requires little more than a glance at a Coachella Valley map to see that the City of Rancho Mirage occupies an enviable spot. If a gigantic bull’s-eye were to be placed over the center of the valley, Rancho Mirage would easily rest inside.
In the past year, the City of La Quinta has experienced a resurgence in economic development activity — demonstrating that the Gem of the Desert remains a prime destination for work, play and quality of life.
Palm Springs reigns supreme when it comes to welcoming pets. Whether your four-legged companion prefers being pampered, playing sports, or just tagging along for a night out, the desert is full of pet-friendly hot spots.
Palm Springs Life’s Desert Guide is back with the popular and successful
90 Days of Summer editorial offering: 90 things to do, places to stay, shop
and eat — distinguishing Palm Springs Desert Resorts as a unique getaway.
The target audience is the Southern California visitor drive market and all
People to our east may have the Grand Canyon, Gateway Arch, and Broadway, but they also have intolerant immigration rules, tornadoes, and stressful traffic. People to our west may have Pacific Ocean beaches and Sunset Boulevard, but they also have fog and stressful traffic.
Leave behind modern Palm Springs and enter the lost world of Cahuillaland. Here, the rocks have names, and tricksters and shapeshifters dart around you. A kind of power — one anthropologist calls it “electricity” — abounds in objects we think of as inanimate.
Charles Phoenix flips through hilarious and sometimes bizarre slides of strangers and their homes and cars and families, taking a standing-room-only audience at Palm Springs Art Museum’s Annenberg Theater through a rip-roaring Technicolor look at yesteryear.
If you have been thinking you’re in an urban nexus with some fetching mountains on the fringes, what we’re about to tell you may be unsettling. Here in the greater Palm Springs area, you’re actually on an island — a puddle of urbanity surrounded by wildlands.
Cabot Yerxa, who worked on his homestead from 1913 until his death — chronicled the lives of those who dug wells, contended with rattlesnakes, and built the cabins and roads that became Desert Hot Springs