Palm Springs will be alive with the spirit of Edith Head when actress Susan Claassen brings the doyenne of costume design to life in her one-woman, award winning show, “A Conversation with Edith Head.”
Watching Diane Schuur listen to some of her favorite music- — the way she rocks back and forth, her fingers in constant motion, the broad beaming smile that lights up her face — is nearly as delightful as the music itself.
While Palm Springs wonders if the famed Marilyn statue will return to its rightful place in the downtown area, a Coachella Valley contingent is trying to bring Marilyn Monroe’s story to the city's theatre venues.
From the international musical juggernaut known as Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival to intimate poetry readings, the many stages in Greater Palm Springs serve up an incredible menu of entertainment all year.
Ask a film lover to describe the moment cinema changed his life, and you’re likely to get an enthusiastic response. For Darryl Macdonald, executive director of the Palm Springs International Film Society, that moment came when his parents took him to see Bonnie and Clyde.
Miller's Crossing will return to the big screen as the opener to the 16th Annual Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival on May 14, and with it will be actor Jon Polito, who gained his first role in a Coen Brothers-directed film.
After decades of singing backup for such legends as Elvis Presley, Dionne Warwick, Marvin Gaye, The Righteous Brothers, and Tom Jones, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love — now 73 — is busier than ever.
Mitch Gershenfeld’s successful track record in booking shows audiences love led him to establish “Mitch’s Picks” to showcase artists the public may not be familiar with appearing at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert.
Celebrate the Coachella Valley’s most dynamic women in business at the May 12 luncheon featuring keynote speaker Laura Schwab, President, Aston Martin The Americas. The luncheon takes place at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage.