Theatre, Music + Nightlife 

Photography Exhibit on the Salton Sea at E. Stewart Williams’ Last Residential Project

Architect E. Stewart Williams’ last masterpiece, the Graff-Radford residence in Rancho Mirage, will be the backdrop for a photography exhibition by Vincent Ri-cardel titled: Oasis Lost? The Salton Sea, on Oct. 12.

Nadia G. Explores Palm Springs Cuisine With New Cooking Channel Show

Nadia G.'s favorite ingredient in cooking is comedy and her new Cooking Channel show recently came to Palm Springs to explore unique cuisine and have a few laughs.

The Man Behind Coachella

15 years ago, Goldenvoice’s Paul Tollett launched a music festival that reinvented the valley’s youth tourism market.

Visionary - Jeff L. Grubbe

Philanthropy Visionary - As chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, Jeff L. Grubbe is one of five council members who oversee all tribal business.

Visionary - Joshua Otten

Arts, Media & Entertainment Visionary - Otten notes that the area is an ideal place for companies looking to relocate. “There’s a great appreciation for hard work here.

Palm Springs Modern Committee to Host Annual Preservation Awards

Palm Springs Modern Committee’s Annual Preservation Awards Gala on Oct. 4 will honor contributions in preservation, restoration, renovation or adaptive reuse of a midcentury modern residential or commercial property.

10 Reasons to Attend Modernism Week Fall Preview

Here are 10 reasons to attend Modernism Week's Fall Preview in Palm Springs over the Columbus Day holiday weekend, Oct. 10-13.

What to Do Labor Day Weekend in Greater Palm Springs

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.

"Top Rock" Commands Stage at Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

"Top Rock" brings a brash, rockin' musical tribute to the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs on Friday and Saturday nights through September.

Palm Springs Horoscope - August 2014

Just persevere through these tough times, and know that the hard way will become the right road in 2015.

Palm Springs Horoscope - July 2014

Entering Leo on July 16, Jupiter ramps up the social calendar. There will be more summer parties than last year — expect an overbooked schedule.

Star Power

The Palm Springs Walk of Stars honors philanthropic superhero Lynda Carter for shattering stereotypes and blazing new paths for generations of women.

Golden Eye

Capitol Records music video producer and desert resident Danny Lockwood lends his Midas touch to top artists.

A Climate for Culture

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.

Palm Springs Horoscope - June 2014

Mercury goes retrograde June 7, a seemingly backward motion the planet makes through the sky.

Palm Springs International ShortFest Posts Online Films

The 2014 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market has chosen the first 10 films chosen to represent the ShortFest Online Film Festival.

Restaurant Week Kickoff Creates Record-Breaking Excitement

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.

Hot Tickets

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 Sets Acting Retreat at Palm Springs Hilton

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 Take Cues from Musical Inspirations

The Howlin' Brothers are about to release their second album, TROUBLE, on the heels of appearing at Stagecoach Music Festival.

LeAnn Rimes Tackles Raw Honesty in Her Music

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 Maintains Busy Concert Schedule

Earth Wind & Fire continues to maintain a busy concert schedule thanks to a musical sound that has touched five generations of fans.

The Wailin' Jennys Find Right Combination as Trio

Since bringing on Heather Massey seven years ago to join Ruth Moody and Nicky Mehta, The Wailin' Jennys have forged fan bases in Canada and the U.S.

Transcendent Tunes

The high desert reverberates with inspiration and creativity during the Joshua Tree Music Festival in a fusion of dance, music, and art.

¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the day in 1862 when the Mexican army defeated French troops at the Battle of Puebla.

The Art of Romanticism

Gallerist Jorge Mendez brings Latin American works to Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District

Palm Springs Horoscopes - May 2014

Taurus (April 20–May 20) - Bulls are excellent assessors. Time to update the valuation on relationships. It takes a lot to rile you, and your loyalty is beyond measure.

Lifestyles of the Local and Famous

For almost a century, the desert’s magical allure has seduced Hollywood celebrities and business titans looking for the perfect getaway to call “home”

Stagecoach: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ashley Monroe, Crystal Gayle

Day Two of Stagecoach Music Festival brought several familiar faces for country music fans, like Crystal Gayle and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Michael Childers Unveils Latest Work at El Paseo Gallery

Michael Childers, renowned photographer and Rancho Mirage resident, will show his latest series of work, Fusions, April 27 in Palm Desert.

White Hot

Jeffrey Sanker ups the ante in celebration of his annual White Party Palm Springs’ silver anniversary.

One11 Band Seizes Tachevah Block Party Opportunity

One11 plays Tachevah: A Palm Springs Block Party April 16 in what could be a launching pad for this talented La Quinta-based band.

McCallum Theatre Has Always Felt Like Home to Stage Manager

As stage manager at McCallum Theatre for the past 16 years, Joanna Fookes oversees the production of Open Call, a local talent show set for April 17-19.

Michael Bolton Relishes Singing in Desert Symphony's 25th Anniversary Concert

Michael Bolton is a big fan of the Palm Springs area, but will derive even greater enjoyment from connecting with his audience April 12 during the Desert Symphony's 25th anniversary gala.

Coachella-Bound?

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is one of the greatest festivals on earth, drawing people from all parts of the globe to experience its magic.

Turn On, Tune In, Rock Out

From street performances to poolside parties and live music shows, the Coachella Valley is prime stomping ground for new and established acts.

Sherryl Nova

“Is this bad or good?” is by far my most frequently asked question. My response is there is no “bad” or “good”; there is only a reaction to the situation.

Where the Trees Have No Name

U2 found creative inspiration in the high desert for their 1987 album, The Joshua Tree.

Pioneers of the Honky-Tonk

Harriet Allen Lefevre, one of the original owners of Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace, reminisces about the famed roadhouse’s rootsy beginnings.

A Desert Soundtrack

From the rat pack to modern-day indie rockers, musicians have been finding inspiration in the Coachella Valley since the 1950s.

Promotions + Contests

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.
Enter to Win A Celebrate Dance Experience!

Enter to Win A Celebrate Dance Experience!

Enter just once for a chance to win tickets to one of the second annual Palm Desert International Dance Festival performances.
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