Contemporary pop artist Todd Gray celebrates “Love Always Wins” with both an outdoor mural and an indoor exhibit at Coda Gallery.
As Riverside County moves into the red tier, here are a mix of things to do virtual and live to help plan your week in Greater Palm Springs.
Rain or shine, this weekend’s taste test comes at the Rancho Mirage Wine and Food Festival, while indoors it’s The Beach Boys and local theater.
Making plans for February? We have 70 Things to Do in Greater Palm Springs highlighted by Desert X art installations and Modernism Week.
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Unmistakable cast-iron cookware by Le Creuset has created a new shade, Agave, in a brilliantly enameled first with Champagne-gold knobs.
The Palm Springs International Dance Festival has adapted to the pandemic by bringing in fine arts, film, and photography into the 2021 event.
I became a birder after the shutdown. I wasn’t alone: Thousands of people picked up binoculars and downloaded bird identification apps.
Hollywood designer Helen Rose knew women all over the world wanted to dress like silver-screen starlets.
Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” will open the Palm Springs International Film Festival Jan. 4 and “The Last Movie Star” directed by Adam Rifkin will close it Jan. 14.
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