June 1999

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The 1999 Palm Springs Life Guide to Desert Real Estate In a most thorough and accurate manner, Hans and Mary Sue accumulated the material in this package. It includes listings of every development, as always, but this year notice the addition of the retail and industrial information.

Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide
Read why this is the only guide in the desert that has the stamp of approval from the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Bureau. All of the information anybody could need to make the most of May in the Coachella Valley.
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The Great and the Beautiful

by Howard Johns. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky. For nearly a half-century, Anne and Kirk Douglas have graced our desert with their presence, bringing with them a love of art, tennis and philanthrophy. Now family concerns may force them to move to Montecito. Will they pack up?.

Y2K: Is the Desert Ready?

by Arthur Lyons. Photography by Peter Arnold. The doom-and-gloomers are predicting world chaos when the clock strikes midnight on December 31, 1999. Our most skeptical reporter looks at the facts, interviews the honchos and comes up with some surprising answers. Includes some helpful hints to prevent a personal or business Y2K catastrophe.

An Artful Latitude

by Joyce Sunila. Vendome Editions, Palm Springs' gift to the world of reproductions, is profiled. Includes the stunning work of Gao Xiao-Hua.

The Springs

How it all began in Palm Springs for Anne and Kirk Douglas
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