Palm Springs Life helps plan out your weekend in Palm Springs and the desert resort cities with concerts, events, restaurants, nightlife, clubs and the world of entertainment only found in the desert.
The news hit like a roundhouse to the gut: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies will end its inspired run after 23 seasons
Whether it’s retro chic or traditional dining and dancing you seek, make the last moments of 2013 memorable and usher in the new year with flair.
Palm Springs Art Museum celebrates its anniversary by honoring the past and charting a course for the future
Driven by passion and a pursuit of quality, Justin Baldwin has amassed an art collection as big and bold as his 32-year-old winery
Sixty galleries from around the country will exhibit their artists’ best work Feb. 13-16, 2014, at the third annual Palm Springs Fine Art Fair
The California Desert Chorale’s 20th anniversary season opens this month with Handel-ing the Holidays, featuring arrangements of carols and 30 minutes of G.F. Handel’s Messiah.
HDTS has expanded into a 10-day festival across thousands of miles of open desert and two-lane highway, from its headquarters in Joshua Tree (where permanent sites welcome visitors and host activities)
Philip K. Smith III’s Lucid Stead is a remote and ephemeral monument to light in all its shifting, blinding, beckoning, alienating, meditative, magical, natural, and artificial splendor.
Grateful for the magic of his surroundings, Forrest Moses deconstructs the details and paints his truth
Director Stanley Kramer would have turned 100 this year, but his legacy of cutting-edge movies lives on thanks to the inaugural Stanley Kramer Film Festival, Nov. 15-17, in Palm Springs.
The inaugural "Top Rock" show begins a monthly series at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs called “The Edge”, which combines Broadway with rock ‘n’ roll.
Diebenkorn, one of California’s - and America’s - most significant postwar artists, depicted landscapes and figures with the flair of the Abstract Expressionists.
"Would you like me to read to you?" "Life," he begins, "is the greatest show on Earth …" His voice, deep, his charm, on, he draws you in.
On the eve of his 10th McCallum Theatre performance, Jack Jones reflects on his life and career in and out of the desert
The saucy novelist spills the latest Hollywood gossip at an exclusive dinner benefitting AIDS Assistance Program
Top-notch comedy and drama come to Palm Canyon Theatre this month with performances of two critically acclaimed productions: Avenue Q (Nov. 8-17) and Other Desert Cities (Nov. 22-24).
David Erickson, the executive chef and co-owner of Carousel Catering, has planned an eclectic menu for the The Desert Cancer Foundation's Halloween Gift of Life Celebration.
The Stanley Kramer Film Festival will include special screenings of six of the director's best-known films, and special appearances from his widow, Karen Sharpe Kramer, and his daughter, Katharine “Kat” Kramer.
La Quinta Museum will come alive starting Oct. 10 with "Creativity in La Quinta Take II" featuring 31 Coachella Valley artists.
Harry Wayne Casey, aka KC, founder of KC and the Sunshine Band, lives like a rock star in the desert — but without the star trappings.
Tension between established structure and the need for change permeates our lives, and we must deal with this energy. We are called to put out fires in our personal environment.
“Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago”, chosen as the American Documentary Film Festival's "Best of the Fest" Highlight Screening Series in April, is returning for a special screening Oct. 10.
Autumn in the desert, with its kaleidoscope of colors and textures, sets the stage for the season’s first art event. The 13th annual Rancho Mirage Art Affaire.