ZZ Top guitarist and vocalist Billy F Gibbons may be the leader of one of the most famous and most successful little ol’ rock bands from Texas, but he’s also planted some deep, deep roots in Palm Springs.
For a wholly serene day or weekend trip, take a mere 90-minute drive from Palm Springs to the historic retreat of La Casa del Zorro in Borrego Springs, reopened in 2013 with a $13 million makeover after a three-year closing.
Whether you’re a longtime Palm Springs resident, a new or a returning visitor, the Palm Springs Historical Society Walking Tours can educate, surprise, and entertain you with a lively, specially-curated jaunt through various sections and neighborhoods of Palm Springs.
Innovator Robert Drew changed the world with his vision for a “portable camera with sync-sound,” and his pioneering film, “Primary,” will screen during the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30, in Palm Springs.
Fresh from rocking Coachella audiences last year, Fishbone is back in Indio along with Slightly Stoopid and Ozomati as a trio of headliners at the Fourth Annual Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience Feb. 28 at the Empire Polo Club.
Known for his signature art pieces featuring his prized Weimaraner dogs, William Wegman will be a featured artist at the 2015 Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Feb. 12-15, at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
Guest interior designer Sean Gaston will transform the entry of The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five into a look all his own for a limited time and in conjunction with the kick off of Palm Springs Modernism Week.
The Mission Inn’s "Festival of Lights" is an annual gift to the community from Duane and Kelly Roberts, who saved the historic landmark from destruction in 1992. Now more than 250,000 visitors come each year.
With a freshly renovated 4,500-square-foot space, a new website, and exciting additions to the gallery roster, 2015 is off to a banner start for Josh Otten and Josh Paquette, owners of J. Willott Gallery on El Paseo in Palm Desert.
Eye on Design: Andrea Zittel's Aggregated Stacks and the Collection of the Palm Springs Art Museum opens in January at the new Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion in downtown Palm Springs.
Theater is coming of age in the Coachella Valley by attracting celebrated talent, award-winning stories, critically acclaimed playwrights, and inspiring directors as the 2014-2015 season takes the stage.
A new era begins on El Paseo in Palm Desert for the mother-daughter design duo of Marie and Kelly Gray, who return to open Grayse in a shopping district that has been a huge part of their fashion careers.
Ed Asner and Mark Rydell last worked together during the 1960s TV series, The Virginian, but some 50 years later, the duo have found a unique chemistry in a film and play on display at this weekend's AMFM Fest in Cathedral City.
Infusing character and paying homage to the community’s dedication to creativity, sculptural gardens play a major role in the desert outdoor experience. Here, we highlight three unique spaces that shine under our resplendent sunny skies.
Black Joe Lewis comes to this weekend's Joshua Tree Music festival brandishing a recent new album, Electric Slave, an artistic commentary on the effects technology and social media have on the world today.
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.
Turn off the lights at Fantasy Springs Bowling Center at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, and one of America’s oldest recreational sports literally illuminates a whole new persona - laser bowling.
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.