November 1984

Special Interest
51After The Spotlight: Local Stars Discuss Life After Fame / By Renee Espar
58State Of The Arts: A Roundtable With Our Desert Cultural Leaders / By W.h. Bowart
61Pinky Con Brio: Violinist Pinchas Zukerman Brings His Strings To Palm Springs / By Virginia Kelly
89Indio Magazine The Complete Book On The Valley's Rising Star
192The Commuters: A Little Travelin' Makes Palm Springs Home / By Sally Crawford
Regular Features
33Publisher's Letter: The State Of The Arts / By Milton W. Jones
35Comment: September Songs
36Perspective: The Retreat Syndrome / By Herb Pasik
38The Sporting Life: Nearly-global Skiing / By Paul Lasley & Elizabeth Harryman
41Psl Informant: Zeroing In On Business
46Closeups: Newsworthy Profiles
65Fashion: The Catchy Monterey Dress Of The Day / By Maggi Miller
83Art: Silverio / Master Of Floats And Flowers
137Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide: Harvey Korman Golf And More / By Patricia Curry
185Books & Authors: God Knows: Joseph Heller / By Roy Newquist
189Tax Talk: Last-minute Tax Savings / By Howard Gordon, Cpa
191Gallery Scene: The Desert Season Is Under Way
195Around Town: Palm Springs Desert Museum Grandly Reopens / By Pamela Bieri
207Shopper's Bazaar: Stores To Be Thankful For

ABOUT THE COVER: "Primary" Ballerina Nina Pronobis represents our theme issue, Arts and Culture, to its angelic highest. Dance wardrobe courtesy of the Red Carter, Palm Springs. Photo by Joseph Pronobis, Nina's proud Pop and PSLs director of photography.

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