PALM SPRINGS 75TH ANNIVERSARY - Some of Palm Springs’ lesser-known residents have made a big impact on entertainment, politics, and business
Everyone knows the names of the famous people who have lived in Palm Springs. Many others, the city boasts countless residents who have labored on the edge of fame and seldom gained recognition for their achievements.
Homeless and in his twilight years, a Rottweiler finds love and happiness after a fateful moment in the spotlight
Max’s road to happiness was long and rough. In fact, he was to be euthanized at a shelter last year. He had sat for weeks waiting for a new home, and he had several strikes against him — and his time was up.
Jupiter in Cancer portends positive changes in the food and real estate industries. Home values will stabilize, accompanied by a mild building boom. It’s a great time to rehab properties and repurpose unused space.
From spas to fine restaurants, Greater Palm Springs is for pet lovers
Palm Springs reigns supreme when it comes to welcoming pets. Whether your four-legged companion prefers being pampered, playing sports, or just tagging along for a night out, the desert is full of pet-friendly hot spots.