The Palm Springs area is filled with resorts offering packages in the summer months to help people unwind and have fun.
When the mercury remains in the hundreds for months at a stretch in the Palm Springs area, a relaxing oceanside escape can really hit the spot.
The Great Wall of Cash at Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, a 45-foot-long replica of the Chinese landmark, allows guests to score free money.
The Parade of Planes is back as part of the 2014 Aviation Summit, Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
The Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival celebrates black and white classics, like 'Sunset Boulevard', which continues to make a cultural impact.
ZZ Ward's third trip to Coachella 2014 gave the artist a chance to showcase the blues roots in her music.
Sculptor Kay Henkel's clients have included Lucille Ball, Sonny Bono, and Gene Hackman, a far cry from her penniless days in Rio de Janiero.
Despite inclement weather, Stagecoach Music Festival fans warmed up to the headliner act of Eric Church and many others.
Participants can view a variety of desert landscapes during the Desert-Wise Landscape Tour, which includes up to 24 homes.
Blasting Echo, despite missing the Tachevah Block Party 2014, continues to refine its sound as one of the top local bands in the Coachella Valley.
Four Rancho Mirage artists will open the doors to their home art studios April 12 during the Rancho Mirage Cultural Festival.
In less than two years, the Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert is gaining ground with its cutting edge art exhibits and its “urban oasis” sculpture garden.
Costa Mesa offers world-class fashion at South Coast Plaza, a palette of award-winning performances at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, exquisite dining and endless relaxation at an exceptional selection of hotels.
Car lovers like Coachella Valley residents Bill Sheffler and Len Saichaie will unite at the March 30 Desert Concorso, which makes it SoCal debut in Palm Desert.
Rabbi Yonason Denebeim's small, wooden booth with its black cloth cover and simple sign that reads, Ask the Rabbi, has become a staple of the Palm Springs VillageFest on Thursday nights.
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum covers an impressive 5,000 square feet, divided into 35 rooms, and adorns 150 windows and 65 doors. No two doors or windows are alike.
Nightfall can bring out the best of the holiday season in the Greater Palm Springs area. We've put together a list of venues that make viewing holiday lights a night out with the whole family or your significant other.
The high desert is dotted with horse ranches, but word on the reservation led me to Crazy Horse Ranch in nearby Morongo Valley.
“Greater Palm Springs — a brand-new day,” the brand message that unifies the marketing of nine desert cities, underscores the refreshing excitement in the area’s robust tourism sector.
If you’re looking to sample a few of the best brews San Diego has to offer, don’t miss the upcoming Stone 17th Anniversary Celebration & Beer Festival, Aug. 16-17, at Stone Brewing Company’s San Marcos location.
If you’re looking for a way to beat the desert heat this summer, the handful of theme parks within driving distance might be calling your name.
For a mere $18,000 (OK, it’s actually a mere $17,999), you and your beloved can enjoy a romantic getaway on a private Caribbean island accessible only by boat or helicopter.
When another day by the pool suddenly feels small-minded, daydreams turn toward afternoons at the ocean’s edge. July. It’s time to revisit the Orange County coast.
The best place to live may not be New York, Monte Carlo, or Dubai, but rather and Dubai.