Palm Springs Life - 2007

2007 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 2007

Palm Springs Life January 2007

FEATURES
LaBelle of the Ball- Patti La Belle sings from the heart at the annual black-tie gala benefiting Desert AIDS Project. By Joan Page McKenna.

Inside Edition - Revealing never-before-told stories of old and new Hollywood stars and America’s captains of industry, Hollywood Celebrity Playground picks up where a controversial debut left off. By Howard Johns.

Premier Premiere - How does a Hollywood starlet dodge the paparazzi? Even an escape to the Movie Colony Hotel affords her no private time. Photography by Frederick May. Wardrobe styling by Susan Stein.

Best New Restaurants of 2006 - The valley’s finest new restaurants offer the cuisine scene an expansive repertoire. By Pamela Bieri. Photography by Jon Edwards.

Desert Springs Eternal - A landmark Palm Desert resort undergoes a sleek next-generation transformation. By Jan Silver Maquire. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

The Pro Circuit - Pit yourself against famous golfers on their signature desert courses. By Tod Goldberg.

ON THE COVER
Patti La Belle. Photograph by Matthew Mendelsohn/Corbis.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com.

Editor’s Letter

First Takes - It’s party time at the Palm Springs International Film Festival; Under the sun with Palm Springs’ public art; Take 5 with makeup artist Judy Twine; Drinking it in with Pink Martini; Thinking inside the box with artist Brian Biedul; Swinging with Bing at Bing Crosby’s Restaurant and Piano Lounge, Intelligencer and more!

Wheels - Forget the HAL 9000. In the new Mercedes-Benz coupe, MOM takes you there cradled in comfort. By Mark Christensen. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - At M Modern Gallery, the lens turns toward celebrity photography. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wine - The Judd family turns to wine after 150 years of farming. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

Wealth - Fractional jet ownership provides the perks of a private jet with fewer expenses and responsibilities. By Ellen Paris.

Rear View - Desert hoarders preserve our history. By Ann Japenga.

Datebook - Special events and promotions.

Valley Observer - After the Elections. Who was kicked out of bed and who wasn’t. By Hank Stokes.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Optimism Rules the Day. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Home - The kitchens issue. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

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

McCallum Theatre - The season continues at the desert’s premier performing arts venue. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Joan Page McKenna.

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Palm Springs Life February 2007

Palm Springs Life February 2007

FEATURES
Modern Love - Aficionados swoon over the midcentury qualities that prevail in today’s design. By Allison Engel.

The Sweetest Seduction - Far sexier than kelp, this stuff satisfies and keeps you in deliciously good health. By Ellen Kanner.

Heavy Metal - The signature elements in Denise Robergé jewelry cast the renaissance woman a 22K legacy. By Shellie Karabell.

Where Chefs Roam - When they’re free from their own range, culinary professionals enjoy other restaurants. By Pamela Bieri.

A Light From Nowhere - A big, flat sign fades into dusk at the home of National Chloride Co. of America — and art flickers in the darkest desert. By Mark Christensen.

ON THE COVER
Mrs. William Krisel in front of the Alexander Residence, Royal Desert Palms, 1957. Copyright © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive Research Library at the Getty Research Institute.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com.

Letter to the Editor

First Takes - Falconry in the High Desert; customized swimming pools for specialized interests; a new place to stay fit at Mission Hills; and furniture with a higher purpose. By Janice Kleinschmidt, Elizabeth Schmitt, and Lisa Marie Rovito.

Wheels - Carmakers unveil their finest new designs (and a few duds) at the L.A. Auto Show. By Mark Christensen. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - Eberhard Hueckstaedt at The Hart Gallery, Modern masters at Eleonore Austerer Gallery, and Don Kracke at The Wright Image. By Steven Biller.

Wine - Champagne houses make carbon dioxide fun. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wealth - Pass on the ABCs of money management. By Ellen Paris.

Rear View - Once upon a time, a teacher built a storybook house in Snow Creek. By Ann Japenga.

Datebook - Special events and promotions.

Valley Observer - Follies, triumphs, and close calls. By Hank Stokes.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Mercury breaks out. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Home - Children’s Discovery Home Tour of the Desert. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

El Paseo Catalogue - The ultimate guide to El Paseo, Palm Desert’s avenue of elegance.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Joan Page McKenna.

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Palm Springs Life March 2007

Palm Springs Life March 2007

FEATURES
The Hell-Raisers - Shock and awe mark the better part of 50 years of now-iconic work by Dennis Hopper, Frank Gehry, and Ed Ruscha — honorees at Palm Springs Art Museum’s second annual Artists and Legends Gala. By Steven Biller. Photography by Michael Childers.

Cirque Fantastique - Fashion, fantasy, and fine art create an aura of mystique on the eve of Fashion Week El Paseo. Photography by Michael Childers. Wardrobe styling by Susan Stein.

Going Green - Working quietly and almost invisibly, the Desert Mountain Land Trust is acquiring and protecting land for wildlife; Ted Lennon straddles the line between development and open space. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Kyle Martin/Sherrill & Associates.

Keys Open Doors - Classical piano performances inspire young people to greatness. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

ON THE COVER
Dennis Hopper, Frank Gehry (seated), and Ed Ruscha at Ruscha’s studio. Photography by Michael Childers.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com.

Editor’s Letter - Icons and everyday heroes. By Steven Biller.

First Takes - JazzTrax meets the Indian Wells Arts Festival; Cactusberry owners take Al Gore’s warnings about global warming to heart; Narendra Patel’s “sustainable, humanistic architecture”; Wear your art on your sleeve. Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt and Joan Page McKenna.

Wheels - Lamborghini’s open-air Gallardo Spyder offers a new realm of luxury. By Patrick Deveraux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - John Divola points his lens toward the odd and isolated; Ted Gall serves up his worldview in small sculptures; Mazal and Marin fiesta in Palm Desert. By Jude Camillone and Steven Biller.

Wine - Celebrities lend their names, faces, and time to wine. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Mark Davidson.

Wealth - Apply corporate management principles to your personal finances. By Ellen Paris.

Rear View - Eccentric Cabot Yerxa wooed a teacher of metaphysics and symbolism. By Ann Japenga.

Datebook - Special events and promotions.

Valley Observer - Our man in Riverside. By Hank Stokes.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Warmer days enter the equation. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Home - Living green. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

McCallum Theatre Program

Luxe Living - A guide to new residential development in the Coachella Valley.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Joan Page McKenna.

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Palm Springs Life April 2007

Palm Springs Life April 2007

FEATURES
Princess for the People - Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, daughter of Monaco’s Prince Albert and a resident of Palm Desert, writes exclusively for Palm Springs Life about her first humanitarian trip. Photography by Taili Song Roth and Chris McLennan Photography Ltd.

The Serious Side of Shatner - The typecast captain strives to make Earth a better place for others to live. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Destination: Nirvana - Stretch your spa time into a multiday camp, retreat, or resort package. By Arden Moore.

Brushes With Greatness - Palm Springs Life untangled the mass of area salons to reveal the 13 best places for your hair — and your total well-being. By Holly O’Dell. Photography by James Jaeger.

Coachella! - The largest music festival in the West lures bands and fans from around the country. Photography by Richard Renaldi.

Old House, Neu House - In Rancho Mirage, an original Dan Palmer and William Krisel model home bespeaks the peace and tranquility of the desert lifestyle for two Chicago natives. By Lisa Marie Rovito. Photography by David Blank.

ON THE COVER
Jazmin Grace Grimaldi. Fashions by Lloyd Klein, shoes by Robert’s Fine Shoes of Palm Desert, and jewelry by DeLuca Jewelers of Palm Desert. Photography by Taili Song Roth.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online
- News from palmspringslife.com.

Editor’s Letter - Look good, feel good. By Steven Biller.

First Takes - High school musicians play Carnegie Hall; new faces for skin doctors; learn to live better, longer; photographers unite for the second annual Palm Springs Photo Festival; and moving earth at Eagle Falls Golf Course; Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt and Kurt Sipolski.

Wheels - Ride like the wind without an environmental care in the world. By Pat Deveraux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - Form trumps function in Paul Soldner’s genre-busting ceramics. By Steven Biller.

Wealth - If you have a strong stomach, undervalued stocks could yield a feast. By Ellen Paris.

Datebook - Special events and promotions.

Valley Observer - In a refreshing burst of common sense, politics stayed local. By Hank Stokes.

In Store - Who doesn’t deserve a little pampering? Pump up your home spa with soothing style. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Springtime for a moondance. By Sherryl Nova.

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Palm Springs Life May 2007

Palm Springs Life May 2007

FEATURES
All the Home’s a Stage - Residence for sale benefit from a professionally styled ‘lived-in’ look. By Allison Engel. Photography by Taylor Sherrill.

History in the Making - Andalusia at Coral Mountain reflects a Moorish past. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Jim Bartsch.

Piece of Home - The Residence Club at PGAWest becomes the first in the area to offer fractional home ownership. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Hard to Build, Easy to Love. - Golf course designer Tom Doak turned obstacles into assets at Stone Eagle. By Tod Goldberg. Photography by Arthur Coleman.

Playing the Field - Falling for the game of polo means befriending and battling celebrities and professional players — and earning respect. By Pamela Sue Martin.

ON THE COVER
Actress Pamela Sue Martin at a home at Bighorn Golf Club, Canyons Course. Fashions provided by Dani C., Palm Desert. Photography by Taylor Sherrill/ Sherrill and Associates.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com

Letters to the Editor

First Takes - Bill Kobrin of Indio publishes a coffee table book of celebrity photographs; the enduring sound of Johnny Morris; students read 25,000 books in Rancho Mirage; Mládí Chamber Orchestra made its Coachella Valley debut in Palm Springs without a conductor; and more!

Wheels - Bentley GTC raises the bar on topless performance. By Pat Devereux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - Louise Nevelson exhibition draws national attention to art in the California desert. By Steven Biller.

Rear View - Eccentric Sadakichi Hartmann made his mark and disappeared. By Ann Japenga.

Wine - Aficionadoes describe wine in terms of color, aroma, taste, finish — and Robert Parker’s vital rating. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wealth - Risks accompany rewards of owning foreign real estate. By Ellen Paris

Valley Observer - Don’t believe everything you read — that is, if you can read. By Hank Stokes.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Volunteer for a bright future. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Home - Upgrade and enhance your house! Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Joan Page McKenna.

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Palm Springs Life June 2007

Palm Springs Life June 2007

FEATURES
From Padres to Power - Former Major Leaguer Steve Garvey inspires collegiate players in Palm Springs. By Jude Camillone. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Seasons in the Sun - They fell in love and created premier hotels around the world, but Isadore and Rosalie Sharp seek Palm Springs to revel in their shared bright spirit. By Sharon Apfelbaum. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Passport to Morocco - A new Desert Hot Springs inn transports guests to another world. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Elena Ray.

Beating the Odds - Beyond slot machines and card tables, today’s casinos offer dining, A-list entertainment, and world-class spas. By Shellie Karabell.

ON THE COVER
Steve Garvey. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com

Letters to the Editor

First Takes - Two Bunch Palms gets to know its neighbors; “model” citizen helps young talent find credible agents; and indulgence at Paseo Palms Bar & Grill in Palm Desert.

In Store - We show you where to find the brightest ideas in town — and the perfect lamp for your personal style. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Detours - A fine blending of climate, culture, and capitalism distinguishes the new O.C. By Sharon Apfelbaum.

Valley Observer - Earlier-than-ever presidential campaigning has a local effect. By Hank Stokes.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Sign, sign everywhere a sign! By Sherryl Nova.

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Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Joan Page McKenna.

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Palm Springs Life July 2007

Palm Springs Life July 2007

FEATURES
Vision Quest - Annenberg Center for Health Sciences teaches near and far — for 25 years and counting. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Mark Davidson.

Top Doctors - Meet Coachella Valley’s top 73 physicians in 36 specialties as chosen by their peers. By Steven Biller, Lisa Marie Rovito, Janice Kleinschmidt, J. Tracy Hermann, and Trudie Mitschang. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Welcome to Golfland - The newcomers’ survival guide to living in the Coachella Valley without playing its favorite game. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Illustrations by Michael Kirwan.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com

Editor’s Letter - Where to go to feel your best. By Steven Biller.

Psst! - The new B.Y.O.B.; vintage Hollywood comes to Rancho Mirage; Warhol in Palm Springs; and modular structures in steel and glass. Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt and Lisa Marie Rovito.

Style - Project Runway’s Tim Gunn offers advice for the desert; exquisite design and deft craftmanship make Rhonda Faber Green creations keepsakes for life. By R. Christian Anderson and Jan Silver Maguire.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Stars tell us where we’re heading. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Medical Guide - Eat your way to better health; pleasure your feet; beware your meds; superfoods vs. free radicals; connect with nature; how to be a proactive patient; and much more. Plus:More than 1,000 physicians. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

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Palm Springs Life August 2007

Palm Springs Life August 2007

FEATURES
A Brighter Side of Darkness - One of Hollywood’s most notorious killers has found something special in Palm Springs. But can you penetrate his barrier of privacy to see what came from his midcentury mind? By Steven Biller. Photography by John Aigner.

Beating the Streets - Former cop and best-selling author Joseph Wambaugh continues to break new ground in the crime genre. By Tod Goldberg. Photography by Michael Childers.

A Taste of the Southland - Locally grown ingredients star in Chef Jason Shaeffer’s 1500 Ocean recipes. By Sharon Apfelbaum. Photography by Jon Edwards.

Cabins of the Brotherhood - Author Peter Wild delves into the Spartan lives of Palm Springs’ early desert rats. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Mark Davidson.

ON THE COVER
Udo Kier. Photography by Jon Aigner.

DEPARTMENTS
Letters To The Editor

Psst! - The old Pony Express, design-inspired functional sculptures, Slow Food advocates, and The Ageless Secret. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

In Store - Get tasting, sipping, baking, and cooking with these gourmet must-haves. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Rear View - Maynard Dixon, one of the best early California painters, holds ties to the Coachella Valley. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Farewell, lord of the rings. By Sherryl Nova.

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Palm Springs Life September (Hardbound) - Annual Desert Living Edition 07

Palm Springs Life September (Hardbound) - Annual Desert Living Edition 07

FEATURES
In the Swing - Dinner clubs and lounges echo the days (and nights!) of Palm Springs’ famed Chi Chi. By Howard Johns

Legends of the Cahuilla - Passed from one generation to the next, these Native American stories and traditions seem as old as the mountains. By J. Tracy Hermann. Photography by Tom Brewster

Come Fly With Me - As ladylike styles with age-considerate silhouettes return to the fashion scene, you’ll find this season’s looks perfect for a sentimental journey through Palm Springs Air Museum. Photography by Michael Childers Fashion director/producer Susan Stein

Skin and Stones - Organic has a new meaning as magnificent gemstones grace beautiful skin, and nature collaborates with the art of fine jewelry. Photography by Denise George

In With the New - Palm Springs Art Museum and the galleries of Palm Desert will challenge and please novice and seasoned lovers of art. By Steven Biller

Wizards of Ahhs - We’re off to the spas because of the wonderful things they do. By Holly O’Dell

ON THE COVER
The Quarry at La Quinta. Photography by Tom Brewster.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - Point your Web browser to www.palmspringslife.com

Publisher’s Letter - Our 50th season!

Nirvana for Shoppers - Unique destinations distinguish desert retailers

Get in the Game - Fine food and entertainment round out the casino experience.

Horoscope - Goodbye Saturn, hello Earth! By Sherryl Nova

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Palm Springs Life September (07 Softbound) - Annual Desert Living Edition

Palm Springs Life September (07 Softbound) - Annual Desert Living Edition

FEATURES
In the Swing - Dinner clubs and lounges echo the days (and nights!) of Palm Springs’ famed Chi Chi. By Howard Johns

Legends of the Cahuilla - Passed from one generation to the next, these Native American stories and traditions seem as old as the mountains. By J. Tracy Hermann. Photography by Tom Brewster

Come Fly With Me - As ladylike styles with age-considerate silhouettes return to the fashion scene, you’ll find this season’s looks perfect for a sentimental journey through Palm Springs Air Museum. Photography by Michael Childers Fashion director/producer Susan Stein

Skin and Stones - Organic has a new meaning as magnificent gemstones grace beautiful skin, and nature collaborates with the art of fine jewelry. Photography by Denise George

In With the New - Palm Springs Art Museum and the galleries of Palm Desert will challenge and please novice and seasoned lovers of art. By Steven Biller

Wizards of Ahhs - We’re off to the spas because of the wonderful things they do. By Holly O’Dell

ON THE COVER
The Quarry at La Quinta. Photography by Tom Brewster.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - Point your Web browser to www.palmspringslife.com

Publisher’s Letter - Our 50th season!

Nirvana for Shoppers - Unique destinations distinguish desert retailers

Get in the Game - Fine food and entertainment round out the casino experience.

Horoscope - Goodbye Saturn, hello Earth! By Sherryl Nova

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Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

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Palm Springs Life October 2007

Palm Springs Life October 2007

FEATURES
The Influencers - Bright, energetic, and engaged in the community, some of the Coachella Valley’s most influential personalities converge on Desert Springs JW Marriott Resort & Spa for a richly earned moment in the spotlight. By Steven Biller and Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by J. Fredric May, Elena Ray, and Taylor Sherrill.

The Downtown Turnaround - You can hear the buzz: Finally, downtown Palm Springs has a makeover plan to excite anyone disheartened by empty storefronts on Palm Canyon Drive. By Sheila Grattan. Illustrations by Matt Perry.

The Good, The Bad, and the Man in the Middle - Developer John Wessman stands his ground, takes flak, and wouldn’t have it any other way. By Sharon Apfelbaum. Illustration by F. Towne.

The New Contemporary - Blossoming commercial architecture takes cues from modernism and infuses eco-friendly design and amenities. By Ellen Paris.

The Connoisseur’s Eye - With a curator’s passion for richly detailed art and artifacts of California’s Spanish heritage, designer Martin Newman creates allegorical vignettes of Palm Springs history. By Diane Dorrans Saeks. Photography by David Glomb.

ON THE COVER
The corner of Alejo Road and North Palm Canyon Drive transformed by Port Lawrence. Rendering courtesy Port Lawrence.

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmsprings.com.

Editor’s Letter

Psst! - Design Within Reach loves Palm Springs; Segway to architecture; the ultimate trail; palate (and palette) pleasing; the comeback kids. Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

In Store - Retreat with home accents that are soft, comfortable, and good-looking, too. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Wine - Reign of Terroir for winemakers, it’s about time. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Michael Kleinschmidt.

Detours - Visit Mazatlan for natural splendors and civilized pleasures. By Sharon Apfelbaum.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Look back to the future. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL ADVERTISING FEATURE
Women In Business - A celebration of achievement.

PROGRESS FOCUS
Paradise for Progress - With an increasing year-round population, two state universities, and controlled growth, the Coachella Valley is capitalizing on its quality of life. By Bob Marra.

Land of Opportunity - One of the nation’s fastest-growing regions, Riverside County proves its mettle as a great place to live and work. By Bob Marra.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Luxe Living - A guide to new residential developments in the Coachella Valley.

McCallum Theatre Program

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

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Palm Springs Life November 2007

Palm Springs Life November 2007

FEATURES
Precious Time
- Passionate collectors seek a heartbeat and a soul from their finest timepieces. By Jorie Parr. Photography by John Aigner.

Legendary LIZA! - The iconic permformer reflects on “Uncle” Sinatra, finding balance, and the energetic show she’ll bring to the McCallum Theatre. By Holly O’Dell.

Diamond in the Rough - Inspired by the world’s greatest courses, Tom Doak reflects on how he turned rugged, raw land into the spectacular Stone Eagle Golf Club. By Tim Sweeney.

Champions of Charity - Day in and day out, they give with passion, heart, and conviction. By Sharon Apfelbaum. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky and Mark Davidson.

Charity Register & Social Datebook

ON THE COVER
Liza Minnelli. Photography by Nigel Parry/CPi

DEPARTMENTS
PSL Online - News from palmspringslife.com

Editor's Letter

Psst! - The chic Go Motorboard; models for life; fly with The-Jet set; geek cool. Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wheels - The youthful drophead coupé takes a dynamic Rolls-Royce concept car to the street. By Patrick Deveraux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Galleries - William Morris says he has blown his last glass sculpture. Plus: Braldt Bralds, Sharon Okun, and early desert painters. By Steven Biller.

Wine - Socially conscious winemakers give new meaning to drinking responsibly. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wealth - New businesses turn to sophisticated private investors. By Ellen Paris.

Rear View - The magic of Chino Canyons drew luminaries. By Ann Japenga.

Datebook - Special events and promotions.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Signs may mislead. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Home - Interior designs and designers. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

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Palm Springs Life December 2007

Palm Springs Life December 2007

FEATURES
Readers' Choice 2007 - You picked ’em! A survey of Palm Springs Life subscribers reveals the most popular local attractions, restaurants, and more!

Height of Elegance - James Galanos dressed the best with a style rarely seen today. By Rod Stafford Hagwood. Photography by John Aigner.

Shine on Colony Palms - A passion for preservation returns a historic property to its seductive side. By Dawn Moore. Photography by Deborah Anderson.

Welcome Home - Travelers are trading spaces across the world - and in your own back yard. By Lisa Marie Rovito.

Our Top Dentists - Who will you call when you need dental care? Meet Coachella Valley’s top 52 dentists as chosen by their peers.

ON THE COVER
James Galanos at his Palm Springs home. Photography by John Aigner.

DEPARTMENTS
Letters to the Editor

Psst! - Tails of the city; a touch of magic at Gameroom Gallery; sounds like home with Ray and Cheryl Kelley. Plus: Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wheels - The Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series suits the racing crowd. By Patrick Deveraux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Wine - Napa Valley wineries showcase the best in art and architecture. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Rear View - Early prospectors relied heavily on beasts of burden. By Ann Japenga.

Sand to Sea - The social circuit. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - An uncomfortable truth. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Art + Culture - A monumental exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum, fresh paint in the High Desert, and the most comprehensive calendar of visual and performing arts events and venues. Edited by Steven Biller.

Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Lisa Marie Rovito.

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