Palm Springs Life - 2005

2005 Palm Springs Life, California's Prestige Magazine.

Serving the needs of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts, Palm Springs Life covers business, culture, home, and trends in the Coachella Valley. Both visitors and residents look to Palm Springs Life to discover the luxuries of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts.

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Palm Springs Life February 2005

Palm Springs Life February 2005

ON THE COVER —Influential women of Coachella Valley go red to raise awareness of heart disease.

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Heart & Soul
The desert’s brightest and most beautiful women share their love of life.

Luxurious Love Shacks
When it comes to romance, Mae West had it right: Too much of a good thing can be wonderful. If you’d like to wow a special someone this Valentine’s Day — or any day (or night) — these romantic valley venues will certainly melt your sweetie’s heart.

Romancing the Stones
Colored gems in organic settings glimmer with casual elegance.

Puppy Love
The famous photographer of Weimaraners turns a supersized lens on the dogs of desert art lovers.

Preserving the Past
Palm Springs Historical Society’s film restoration initiative highlights its 50th anniversary celebration.

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Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert Home Tour.

El Paseo Catalogue
A guide to Palm Desert’s world-class shopping boulevard.

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Palm Springs Life March 2005

Palm Springs Life March 2005

ON THE COVER — Grace Park on course for a swinging spring.

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Grace Under Pressure
This month’s Kraft Nabisco Championship launches Grace Park’s effort to unseat Annika Sorenstam as the world’s No. 1 woman golfer.

The Legacy of the Salton Seafarers
Salty explorers spun tales of ghost ships until Navy vessels dropped anchor in the improbable Salton Sea. By Ann Japenga.

The Shrinking Sea
Is cutting California’s largest lake in two the way to save it?

A Park in Peril
Joshua Tree makes the ‘most endangered’ list — again!

Respecting the Greens
Balancing recreation and preservation, Stone Eagle’s developer elevates golf club living to an enlightened high.

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Outdoor living.

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Palm Springs Life May 2005

Palm Springs Life May 2005

ANNUAL REAL ESTATE ISSUE

ON THE COVER — Living on the green at The Vintage Club. Photography by Jim Bartsch.

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How Much for Your Home?
With low interest rates, acreage to spare, and a lifestyle beyond compare, Coachella Valley boasts some of the hottest real estate in the land. By Jan Silver Maguire.

à Votre Santé!
Comparable to the taste of an elegant Bordeaux, life at The Vintage Club — now in its 25th year — is an experience genuinely savored. By Jan Silver Maguire. Photography by Jim Bartsch and Taylor Sherrill.

Crossing Miles
A new mixed-use development in Indian Wells promises a five-star condominium hotel and first-class, open-air restaurants and shopping. By Ellen Paris.

Beauty and Spirit
Embracing Aqua Caliente culture with its curvaceous design, the $10 million tribal building near the Indian Canyons reveals reverence for the land — but not the mystery of its proceedings. By Ellen Paris. Photography by David Glomb.

Masters of Muscle
These powerlifters prove that your neighbor may be stronger than you think! By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Denise George.

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Annual home improvement issue. Edited by Peggy Horkan.

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Palm Springs Life June 2005

Palm Springs Life June 2005

ON THE COVER — Photography by Cynthia Smalley.

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Root, Root for the Home Team
Palm Springs’ boys of summer warm up the Powerhouse. Photography by Taylor Sherrill. Wardrobe styling by Michele Blanchard. Text by Steven Biller.

The Deals of Summer
With tourists and part-time residents gone to cooler climes, those of us who endure the heat of summer enjoy the luxurious rewards of full-time residency. By Tod Goldberg.

Mommie Dearest?
The story of the late starlet Gladys Walton — one-time girlfriend of Al Capone — is either the stuff of hearsay or folklore. Luxurious Two Bunch Palms holds the secret. By Tod Goldberg.

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Palm Springs Life July 2005

Palm Springs Life July 2005

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Our Best Doctors
Meet Coachella Valley’s top 70 physicians in 35 specialties as chosen by their peers.

Pool Cool
How we chill out in the world of 10,000 pools

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MEDICAL GUIDE
Overcome stress and pain, embrace the new food pyramid, update your knowledge of common medical conditions, and much more. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt.

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Palm Springs Life August 2005

Palm Springs Life August 2005

ON THE COVER — White pants and jacket by Dusan, turquoise blouse by Real Clothes both from Saks Fifth Avenue, The Gardens on El Paseo; white button shell shoes by Isaac Mizrahi. Photography by Cynthia Smalley..

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The Edge of Schlesinger
A year after Oscar-winning film director John Schlesinger died, biographer and novelist William J. Mann agreed to write the filmmaker’s authorized biography — under one condition: that it be a work of journalism rather than a vanity piece. In this exclusive excerpt from Edge Of Midnight: The Life Of John Schlesinger, Mann drops you smack into Schlesinger’s wild journey.

24-Hour Party Pooches
With dog-friendly amenities to please any pup, the desert is seeing a new breed of party animal. We take you where the dogs are and serve up doggie party games from a new book by a regular Palm Springs Life contributor. By Arden Moore. Illustrations by Buck Jones

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Palm Springs Life October 2005

Palm Springs Life October 2005

2005 ANNUAL PROGRESS ISSUE

ON THE COVER — Photography by Gene Kiegel. Gowns courtesy Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Desert.

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The Incredibles
It was the height of summer. The McCallum Theatre was dark, the stage crew nowhere in sight. In a singular burst of action, 20 of the most dynamic women leaders of the Coachella Valley assembled for a richly earned moment in the spotlight. Story by Roxanne Jones and Steven Biller. Photography by Gene Kiegel.

Thirteen Signs of Progress
“Forward movement” or “gradual betterment” — this is how our dictionaries define progress and how Palm Springs Life identified these 13 signs of brighter days ahead. By Rick Davis.

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Annual Design Issue.

Palm Springs International Airport:
Progress Update

Women Leaders Forum

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Palm Springs Life December 2005

Palm Springs Life December 2005

ON THE COVER — Emily Procter of CSI: Miami. Photography by Gilles Toucas.

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Fleeing the Scene
Off the big-city set of CSI: Miami, actress Emily Procter retreats to the desert for peace and “earthy simplicity.” Story by Craig Stephens. Photography by Gilles Toucas.

A Passion for the Holidays
C Group Design brings lush, luxurious textiles to its annual Christmas in October fundraising event. Story by Roxanne Jones. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

Developing Roles
Using photography as a language, David Glomb has composed the story of his life in brilliant color. Story by Veronica Fernandez.

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