Wearing a perfect emerald/teal jacket from her own clothing collection, Nina McLemore says experience taught her the importance of visuals and how they relate to the woman's place in the business world.
Talented producer/photographer Michael Childers presented his eighth annual “One Night Only,” a sizzling musical salute to the 1960s, on April 22 to benefit Jewish Family Service at McCallum Theater in Palm Desert.
Presented by Mike McDonald and Vic Cooper of Market Watch in conjunction with Peggy Sue Lane the 100 plus attendees learned the most up-to-date statistics in the Coachella Valley housing market with an emphasis on the high-end market.
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, The Galen and Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden hosted a reception to launch a temporary installation by Zoe Crosher in collaboration with LAND’s The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project Chapter 9 installation.
The Palm Springs Desert Cities Chapter of the Women’s Council Of Realtors (WCR) will roll out the red carpet for its Seventh Annual Boutique Fashion Show and Luncheon on May 8 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa in Indian Wells.
The show highlighted the works of three acclaimed photographers; featuring large format color work by Jaime Kowal, black and white photography by Axel Breutigam and monotone and color images by Gary Gardner.
Celebrated photographer Douglas Kirkland brought stories to go with the photos he shot 53 years ago of famed designer Coco Chanel during a recent book tour stop at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert.
It was the ultimate Sunday Funday at The Music Lounge presented by MUDD and Ocean Pacific (Op) where celebs ended Coachella Weekend One with brunch and a pool party at the Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs.
The car show is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Sebastian George co-founder of Desert Cancer Foundation, who was a nationally-prominent cancer researcher and locally-beloved oncologist who often worked for free to help patients who could not afford medical care.
Most brides and grooms who choose Greater Palm Springs to host their big day say that planning their wedding here didn’t feel like planning at all: It felt like anticipating an exciting and romantic once-in-a-lifetime vacation.
The first-ever Cathedral City LGBT Days opens April 3 as part of a three-day celebration that includes an opening-night party, pool parties, dance parties, an Easter egg hunt for kids, and a costume-themed charity race.
Just one year after its 1980 debut, the Mountain Course hosted the inaugural Vintage Invitational. The event attracted the likes of Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, and Byron Nelson. In short time, The Vintage Club catapulted to international prominence.
Past PGA and LPGA stars took to the golf course to help at Toscana Country Club members raise money for the Toscana Employee Scholarship Fund, which provides college scholarships for Toscana employees or children of employees.
This year Palm Valley School continues to raise funds to support their financial assistance program - providing over one million dollars to families with children driven to achieve in school, the art and on the athletic field.
More than 125 industry professionals representing the new home housing and related fields gathered for a festive networking evening at the beautiful Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Design showroom in Rancho Mirage.
The new home plans – Coralstone, Greystone and Santa Rosa – are the three largest homes in Andalusia’s collection ranging from 4,184 to 5,131 square feet. Andalusia also has three all-new plans ranging from 3,280 to 3,612 square feet.
The Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Council’s annual fundraiser took revelers back to 1961 as the Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion was transformed into an outdoor time machine on Feb. 21.
"The Desert Modernists: The Architects Who Envisioned Midcentury Modern Palm Springs" is a joint book effort between Modernism Week and Palm Springs Life covering groundbreaking architects and their influential works.
The Jam Session at Patrick Warburton's Celebrity Golf Tournament Weekend turned into a sing-a-long as stars from the past, like the Eagles' Don Felder and Little River Band's Wayne Nelson, sang songs everyone knew.
Film photography is expensive, laborious, and requires intense focus, but it also happens to be wedding photographer Katie McGihon’s preferred medium for the timeless images it produces in the Greater Palm Springs area.
A warm desert welcome for the Patrick Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament has seen it grow and evolve into a four-day event to create greater exposure for its benefactor - St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
Attendees were thrilled at the fun time they had at the Red Carpet Oscar Night at Vicky's of Santa Fe. The best part of this evening was that 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to Variety, The Children's Charity.
The Shops on El Paseo hosted a Red Carpet Gala 2015 Academy Awards Viewing Party on February 22 at dedicated space within The Shops on El Paseo upscale stores. The event was a benefit for Palm Springs Women in Film and Television.
If the recent 10th edition of Modernism Week in Palm Springs gave you a greater appreciation for midcentury architecture, it’s not a stretch to take those thoughts a step further and think modern wedding.
Nearly 1,000 classic cars filled the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on Saturday February 14th for the 13th annual Dr. George Car Show benefiting the Desert Cancer Foundation. Attendees also enjoyed more than 80 vendors, a silent auction, live entertainment, raffles and a beer garden.
Artist Josh Agle, better known to most as SHAG, whose artwork captures the essence of Palm Springs living and a modern lifestyle in his vividly-colored and sharply-rendered panels, was the featured guest at a dinner for more than 65 fans and collectors.
In this series of exhibitions, Melissa Morgan Fine Art presents the newest body of work by highly sought-after painter, Andy Moses. The abstract works of sculptor, Brad Howe, will be featured along with the intricate, theatrical sculptures of Rondle West and the expressive mixed media works of Michel Tabori.
Modernism Week kicked off its 10th anniversary with a fun, electrifying party Feb. 12 at Community and Meeting Place (CAMP), the festival’s new 30,000-square-foot headquarters on Palm Canyon Drive in the heart of Palm Springs.
In support of the 10th Anniversary of Modernism Week, Colin Fisher Studios again pays tribute to this much loved and respected era in design by showcasing the artwork of two highly regarded and respected upper-desert artists.
As Greg Louganis is about to be honored by OperaArts Palm Springs, the former Olympic diving champion has found new relevance in the LGBT community with the release of his documentary, "Back on Board."
International fashion icon and star of E! Entertainment’s "Fashion Police," Kelly Osbourne has been named as the 2015 “Queen of White Party,” the largest gay dance music festival, April 24-27, in Palm Springs.
Before Bill Haas walked away with the championship of the 2015 Humana Challenge, one of professional golf’s top players took to the fairways at Toscana Country Club to help raise fund for college-bound students.
With music playing in the background and abundant ambiance inside and out, Colin Fisher Studios resembled the likes of either a New York auction house, maybe a mini art Basel or just a chic place to be if you have appreciation for art.
Nearly 700 museum supporters, runners, walkers from toddlers to seniors, and even family pets, signed up to join title sponsor Helene Galen to raise money for the Palm Desert museum education programs.
Choice is the big word for 2015 Weddings, a year that promises couples the freedom — and the rental inventory — to blend genres, mingle eras and curate a party landscape that’s more out of the box than inside a mold.
Decorated actor Robert Duvall will receive the Icon Award and Academy Award-nominee Alejandro G. Iñárritu will be presented with the Director of the Year Award for "Birdman" at the 26th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival's annual Awards Gala on Jan. 3.