Palm Springs Life - 2006

2006 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 January 2006

Palm Springs Life January 2006

ON THE COVER — Shirley MacLaine. Photography by Sidney Baldwin.

14 Best New Restaurants
Our epicurean adventurer set out to a wide field of restaurants that opened in 2005. Following her gastronomic endeavor, Palm Springs Life asked her to recommend the best. Story by Pamela Bieri. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

Roll Out the Red Carpet
You might need a limousine to get around in these made-for-Hollywood fashions. Photography by Jonathan Exley. Styling by Susan Stein.

Floating Along
Shirley MacLaine takes a relaxed view of her Palm Springs International Film Festival lifetime achievement award. By Keith Bush.

On a Roll
The Palm Springs International Film Festival program aims to expand its audience. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Coming Attractions
Festival brings film lovers together for 10 days. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Natural Beauties
Photo contest entries capture the scenic wonders of the desert mountains.

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The kitchens issue. Edited by Holly Andren.

Golf Guide
The Classic Club joins the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic rotation; Pete Carlson celebrates 25 years in the desert; and listings of more than 120 Coachella Valley golf courses. Edited by Rick Davis.

Dine Out!
A visually enticing look at many of the desert’s best dining destinations. Edited by Donna Curran.

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Palm Springs Life March 2006

Palm Springs Life March 2006

ON THE COVER:
LPGA star Paula Creamer. Gown by Kevan Hall, signature designer for the inaugural Fashion Week El Paseo (March 20-23, 2006). Jewelry by Tiffany & Co. Photography by Robert Adamo.

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The Return of the Pink Panther
Paula Creamer, the LPGA’s rookie phenom, intends to cut her way through the “quick and thick” and plunge into Champions Lake at the 35th annual Kraft Nabisco Championship at Mission Hills. Story by Arden Moore. Photography by Robert Adamo.

RETROspective
Coco Chanel knew what she was talking about when she said that fashion is made to become unfashionable. The look this spring revisits and refreshes the past — fresh, colorful, and feminine! Photography by Jay Morel.

How Desert Are You?
With a 100-megawatt sun and a variety of lizards and critters, this is no place for wimps. Take this test and see how you have adapted! By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Good Steeds
Former racing and polo horses help the handicapped. Story by Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Denise George.

An Affair With Chocolate
Les Dames d’Escoffier brings together the desert’s best pastry chefs to keep romance alive for a worthy cause. Story by Donna Curran. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

Sea of Wonders
The state’s largest lake harbors an otherworldly landscape — a Salton Sea that will surprise especially those who hold their nose when the ill wind blows. Story by Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Tom Brewster.

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Palm Springs Life April 2006

Palm Springs Life April 2006

ON THE COVER - Pucci print top and pants from Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Desert. Pearls from Pearls by Beah, Rancho Mirage. Photography by Jay Morel.

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A Taste of Something New
Nick Faldo, possibly the best golfer in European history, swings off-course with a fine dining entry in Palm Desert. Story by Tod Goldberg. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Kick Off Your Shoes
After being bundled up in winter wear, we welcome free-flowing fashions that bloom like wildflowers in springtime. Photography by Jay Morel.

To Show Strong Spirit
When the pressure’s on, a Shotokan workout will clear your mind, strengthen your body, and enhance your all-around health. Story by Steven Biller. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

The Friend Trend
Spas have come full circle as social settings. Story by Pamela Price. Photography by Jon Edwards

A Date with Destiny
Chefs from around the world thow caution to the desert wind when the annual California Date Chef Competition rolls around. Story by Donna Curran. Photography by Arthur Coleman.

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The Architecture Issue. Edited by Holly Andren.

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Palm Springs Life May 2006

Palm Springs Life May 2006

ANNUAL REAL ESTATE ISSUE

ON THE COVER — Mountains Course home at bighorn Golf Club. Photography by John Waggaman.

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Home Wie Home
Michelle Wie, pro golf’s youngest star, takes up residence in Palm Desert. By Arden Moore.

Our Best Neighborhoods
Palm Springs Life assessed communities throughout the Coachella Valley, measured them for their qualitative and quantitative attributes, and identified 43 of the best -including the perfect one for you! By Shellie Karabell.

Encore!
At 80, Merv Griffin still plays a role in entertainment, but his first love — thoroughbred horses — inspired his new residential community in La Quinta. Story by Roxanne Jones. Photography by Denise George.

Home for the Horses
Griffin Ranch, the desert’s first upscale equestrian community, includes The Saddle Club’s two arenas, dressage areas, and air-conditioned boarding for 78 horses.Story by Roxanne Jones. Photography by Denise George.

Shifting Strategy
As the real estate market comes to a level point, homebuyers and sellers revise their game plans. By Ellen Paris.

A Classic Story
Paul Gregory’s Night of the Hunter has been grabbing attention the last 50 years - 10 years after it was made. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

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Annual home improvement issue.

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Palm Springs Life June 2006

Palm Springs Life June 2006

ABOUT THE COVER — The valley’s best lawyers, according to their peers, specialize in trusts and estates, personal injury litigation, and workers’ compensation.

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Wearable Architecture
Inspired by the design of his buildings,Frank Gehry teams with Tiffany & Co.to create a signature jewelry collection.

Bring Them Home!
For these boys of summer, home is more than a place to go after third base. Plus: Palm Springs Power schedule. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

The Four Tops
The Palm Springs areas best lawyers, according to their peers, specialize in trusts and estates, personal injury litigation, and workers’ compensation.

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Palm Springs Life July 2006

Palm Springs Life July 2006

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Night and Day
Downtown Cathedral City grows into a round-the-clock destination. By Keith Bush. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Our Best Doctors
Meet Coachella Valley’s top 73 physicians in 40 specialties as chosen by their peers. Did yours make the cut?

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Medical Guide
Exercise your mind, tailor your diet, sharpen your focus, read your fingernails, and understand new studies. Plus listings of more than 1,000 doctors in the Coachella Valley. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt.

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Palm Springs Life August 2006

Palm Springs Life August 2006

ON THE COVER — Taylor Handley at Movie Colony Hotel. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

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A Fresh Face
Taylor Handley stands to bring a youthful focus to Palm Springs. By Tod Goldberg. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

Lost and Found
Steve Maloney parlays contraband from airport security checkpoints into colorful constructions that capture a moment in history. By Alan W. Petrucelli. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Long on Shorts
Young filmmakers invigorate Palm Springs’ weeklong summer festival of short films. By Rick Davis.

Drink it In
A home developer serves up modernism with a well-measured twist of history. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

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Palm Springs Life October 2006

Palm Springs Life October 2006

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ANNUAL PROGRESS ISSUE

ON THE COVER - k.d. lang

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Palm Springs Life December 2006

Palm Springs Life December 2006

ON THE COVER —Stone Eagle Golf Club, Palm Desert. Photography by Arthur Coleman.

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Readers’ Choice 2006
Palm Springs Life subscribers selected the Coachella Valley’s best attractions, restaurants, spas, festivals, art galleries, specialty retail, nightlife, vistas, golf courses, services — even doggie day care. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt and Joan Page McKenna.

See It, Feel It, Touch It
The Da Vinci Experience stimulates all the senses at Palm Springs Air Museum, which transformed a hangar into 15th century Italy for the exhibition’s U.S. debut. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Celebrating Georgia O’Keeffe
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum commemorates its 10th anniversary and unveils its expanded collection of one of America’s most famous artists. Now, more than ever, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum should not be missed. By John Villani.

Backstage at The Santa Fe Opera
A festive spirit prevails behind the scenes at The Santa Fe Opera, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this season. PSL went backstage and found elegance in style and fashion. Photography by Peter Ogilvie.

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