Box Canyon Road gives short film its big picture feel
Box Canyon Road in Mecca became more than just a backdrop for the short film, 'The Charlatan', but an integral part to its story. The film premieres June 22 at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.
For more than 40 years, Judi Sheppard Missett has kept Jazzercise a distinctive lifestyle
Instead of the traditional landscaping you might expect to see on a road lined with corporate-like buildings in a seaside resort city like Carlsbad, the front entrance to Jazzercise’s corporate headquarters has desert plants complete with cactus.
Writers' Forum has Alexi Hawley of ABC's 'Body of Proof', Katherine Lindberg of ABC's 'Tomorrow'
Starting June 21, prominent film industry figures and other organizations will participate in three days of Palm Springs ShortFest forums and events covering emerging trends and new practices in the global film community.
Key indicator suggests Fed sensitivity to the housing recovery
Home prices are higher, but there is concern that the Fed’s Quantitative Easing program might create another price bubble or that rising mortgage rates of the last few months will stop the housing recovery.
Documentary captures fervor over Palm Springs High School Marching Band's participation in Gay Pride Parade
The appearance of the Palm Springs High School marching band in the Palm Springs Gay Pride Parade created a fervor captured in a documentary film featured in this week's Palm Springs International ShortFest.
Idyllwild Arts Academy student starts with her own gay Dad
Eighteen-year-old Katherine Kearns is already an accomplished film director whose short documentary, 'A Family Like Mine', will screen at the highly regarded Palm Springs International ShortFest, which runs June 18-24.
Live theatrical concert experience honors the music from director's movies
The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs will honor director Robert Zemeckis with its “For The Record: Zemeckis”, which takes the music from the his movies and transforms them into a live theatrical concert experience.
June 15 event may coincide with U.S. Supreme Court decision on Prop 8
This year’s fifth annual Joshua Tree Gay Pride Festival on June 15, which carries the theme “A Celebration for Progress”, comes as the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule on the validity of Proposition 8.
Fatherhood theme helps to dispel myth of men's role in families
Sandra Austin recreated a version of 'Juneteenth' with an 'honoring ceremony' to celebrate African American culture and heritage in the Coachella Valley, and benefit the Family Heath & Support Network's foster care program.
Tour celebrates those unmistakable harmonies at Morongo Casino
The Beach Boys are back, and better than ever, satisfying fans with new material and greatest hits. Teens, adults, and even parents of adults must celebrate the return of this Southern California treasure.
Beats out San Francisco based on specific measures by NerdWallet website
Palm Springs has been chosen the No. 1 gay friendly city in the country – ahead of San Francisco - by nerdwallet.com, based on based municipal laws, community and peer support, and safety and tolerance.
Each month, a first place winner will be selected to win a fabulous Palm Springs weekend!And, each month, three additional runners up will be selected to win a wonderful Palm Springs area Dining certificate!