Palm Springs Life - 2011

2011 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 Magazine January 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine January 2011

FEATURES
An Honest Man - Javier Bardem turns in a compelling performance in Biutiful and accompanies the film to the Palm Springs International Film Festival. By Joan Page McKenna.

As Time Goes By - Plenty of work takes place behind the scenes of the Palm Springs International Film Festival gala — on that you can rely. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Gregg Felsen and John Shearer/Getty Images.

Before The Hope - In the 1950s, celebrities and pro golfers served up the razzle-dazzle at the Thunderbird Invitational, which grew into today’s five-course ‘classic.’ By Judd Spicer. Photography courtesy Robert Windeler.

The Most Brutal Hike - A photographer meets his match in mysterious Martinez Canyon. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

The Finest Vintage - Its location is breathtaking, its timeless elegance the envy of the world’s leading resorts. But the heart and soul of this exclusive community lie in the members who call it home. By Jan Silver Maguire. Photography by Jim Bartsch Photography and Marc Glassman.

ON THE COVER:
Javier Bardem. ©2010 CTMG.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Roll out the red carpet! By Steven Biller.

PSST! - A cool way to keep wine, Fox Sports’ David Hill, film fest focus points, and more. By Kathy Strong and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Galleries - Modernism and Impressionism exhibition spans the historical avant-garde. By Carol Cheh.

Wheels - Jaguar’s new XJ packs power, comfort, and pizzazz in a lighter, brighter design. By Pat Devereux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Wealth - Money managers shift strategies when the market runs astray. By Ellen Paris.

Wine - What’s in your glass may outweigh what’s on your plate. By Adam Zack.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - In the New Year, take risks for progress. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Dine Out - Profiles and listings of the desert’s dining destinations. Plus the Best New Restaurants. Edited by Donna Curran.

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

Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine February 2011

FEATURES
The Quiet Elegance of Donald Wexler - A museum retrospective celebrates the classicism of a Palm Springs midcentury architecture pioneer. By Morris Newman.

Retro Casual - The colorful, modern designs of the late-’60s Pucci flight attendant uniforms make a comeback at Riviera Palm Springs. Photography by Michael Childers.

Sass in the City - The cheeky charm of Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District lures entrepreneurs — and patrons of the distinctive. By Mona de Crinis. Photography by Elena Ray.

Pure Gold - The Quarry at La Quinta leaves no stone unturned to offer members and guests an incomparable golf experience. By Jan Silver Maguire. Photography by Tom Brewster.

Return to Sunnylands - Walter and Leonore Annenberg’s estate becomes a retreat for world peace, visitors center for the arts and education, and public gardens. By Linda L. Meierhoffer.

Beyond the Gate - Winding through the Indian Canyons, visitors experience a century of perseverance and preservation. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

The Ultimate Open Door Policy - For one day a year, estate owners open their doors to the public to raise money for Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert.

ON THE COVER:
Wexler and Harrison, Steel Home, Palm Springs, CA, 1962. Photography by David Glomb.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Celebrate all things modern, from architecture and furnishings to fashion. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - A five-star hotel on the horizon, Harry Newman’s take on architecture, and Intelligencer. - By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wheels - The Porsche Speedster and Lamborghini Performante offer diverging drives. By Pat Devereux. Photography by Andrew Yeadon.

Wealth - Online “vaults” allow users to store and access important documents anywhere, anytime. By Ellen Paris.

Wine - Roses are red, but so are wines that make an ideal Valentine’s Day gift. By Adam Zack.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Aquarians carry electromagnetic wave energy, not water. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
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 Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2011

FEATURES
The King and Queen of Style - Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards co-hosts George Hamilton and Joan Collins show the desert why they reign as celebrities. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Michael Childers.

Palm Springs Eternal - Inspired by the feel-good Palm Springs lifestyle, Trina Turk’s new collection exudes color and energy. Photography by Jonathan Skow.

You’ve Got The Look - Former models recall partying with Halston, undressing with Dietrich, walking for YSL, and frightful encounters. By Jorie Parr. Photography by Michael Childers.

A Legacy of Giving - World-renowned philanthropists Walter and Leonore Annenberg helped fund a wealth of organizations and created many of their own. By Linda L. Meierhoffer.

‘Grand’ Reserve - Amid the pristine beauty of the desert landscape, this luxury private golf club embraces an active resort lifestyle. By Jan Silver Maguire. Photography by Arthur Coleman and Chris Miller.

ON THE COVER:
George Hamilton and Joan Collins. Photography by Michael Childers.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - March madness in the desert means high style. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Yves Kamioner’s jewelry designs, Neiman-Marcus artist Philip French, WestFest fashion, and more. By Steven Biller and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wealth - Women and men handle investments with different philosophies. By Ellen Paris.

Wine - Today could be the best day to uncork that bottle. By Adam Zack.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Astrological tools provide guidance overlooked by science. By Sherryl Nova.

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

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Palm Springs Life Magazine April 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine April 2011

FEATURES
"Nothing Held Us Back" - The legendary Stonemasters conquered grueling climbs at Tahquitz and Suicide rocks. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

Sunday Nights at the Chef Fights - When the desert’s top chefs battle in Rancho Mirage, foodies win the bounty. By Donna Curran. Photography by Jon Edwards.

From The Top Down - In the new desert architecture, style coexists with function and sustainability. By Robert Julian.

Design of the Times - Beyond the pink walls denoting Sunnylands, a 21st century visitor center reflects the sensibilities of the estate’s former residents — Walter and Lenore Annenberg. By Joan Page McKenna and Morris Newman.

A Touch of Tuscany - Toscana Country Club re-creates the timeless charm of the Italian countryside. By Jan Silver Maguire.

ON THE COVER:
The Retreat at Sunnylands Visitor Center. Photo by Mark Davidson.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Where few have gone before. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Earth Through a Lens, Hyatt Grand’s personal tequila, Lori Weiner, and The Ritz at Barkingham Palace. By Steven Biller and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wheels - The Bentley Mulsanne packs power behind the stereo — and behind the wheel. By Patrick Devereux.

Detours - In Vancouver, a world-class public art exhibition inspires locals and lures jet-setting collectors. By Steven Biller.

Wealth - Expert advises caution: “Green” trend could fizzle like tech stocks. By Ellen Paris.

Wine - Some serious wines hide behind funny labels. By Adam Zack.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Amid unrest, some could enjoy their best month. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Senior Living - A guide to senior services and accommodations. Plus: HealthGrades’ top desert nursing homes and home health care agencies.

Palm Springs life's Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine May 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine May 2011

FEATURES
Family Guy - Developer Michael Meldman brings star power to luxury residential clubs. By Kathy Strong. Photography by David Leslie Anthony.

From Sand to Sea - Ted Lennon follows luxury living from the desert to the ocean. By Ellen Paris. Photography by Michael Segal.

Acting on a Crush - Kurt Russell turns his love for drinking wine into a passion for making it. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Isaac Hernández.

The Passionate Collectors and the Billion-Dollar Gift - The Annenbergs bought what they loved, assembling a world-class collection of art — and then giving it away for all to see. By Tim Kane and Steven Biller.

Respite for 2,650-Mile Trekkers - Traveling from Mexico to Canada, weary hikers take a break in Snow Creek. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

A Bright, Sunshiny Day - Elements of gracious desert living blossom at the Ship of the Desert house of Trina Turk and Jonathan Skow. By Erin Weinger. Photography by Chris Miller.

Fashion Week El Paseo 2011 - A day-by-day review of styles that graced the runways and attracted record crowds. By Erin Weinger. Photography by Gary Bindman, Adrianne Bonadfede, Gregg Felsen, and Gerry Maceda.

ON THE COVER:
Ship of the Desert. Photography by Chris Miller.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - There are rays of optimism for premium real estate. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Thermal Motorsports Track and Club, Barbara Keller, and more. By Janice Kleinschmidt and Kimberly Nichols.

Wealth - With inventory high and prices low, luxurious properties find eager buyers. By Ellen Paris.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Common sense goes up in flames. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Neighborhoods & Golf Communities of the Desert Resorts - A guide to luxury communities and golf courses, presented by HK Lane.

Coldwell Banker - An at-a-glance chart of country clubs and their golf courses.

Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine June 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine June 2011

FEATURES
The Greens of Sunnylands - Presidents, pro golfers, and similarly high-profile individuals drove, teed, and putted on the private golf course belonging to Walter and Leonore Annenberg. By Tim Sweeney.

Perfect Pairing - Celebrity chefs and world-class wineries converge on Food & Wine Festival Palm Desert for a weekend of fun, education, and good taste. By Maryann Ridini Spencer. Photography by Adrianne Bonafede.

Cool, Refreshing, Delicious! - Three local chefs parlay fresh local produce into creative summer salads. By Maryann Ridini Spencer. Photography by Jon Edwards.

Our Top Lawyers - No funny business: 62 fine attorneys in 14 practice specialties — and you have a say!

ON THE COVER:
An art exhibition at the North Shore Yacht Club inspired this refreshing photo illustration celebrating the heyday of the Salton Sea. Photography by John Sanborn, courtesy Palm Springs Historical Society / Dennis Hallinan, Getty Images.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Beautiful decay at the Salton Sea. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Shopping the runway at Fashion Week El Paseo; training the next generation of “haute horlogerie” retailers; and more. By Jorie Parr and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Style - Louise Green combines colors, materials, and textures to create wearable works of art. By Jorie Parr.

Galleries - The new sublime: Artists working at the Salton Sea capture a fresh perspective. By Ann Japenga.

Detours - Orange County’s timelessly chic seaside towns are close and first-class. By Lisa Marie Hart. Photography by Kevin Steele.

Social Life - By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide - Ninety days of summer. Plus: The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine July 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine July 2011

FEATURES
The Artful Garden - Sunnylands’ landscape mimics the Impressionism and post-Impressionism artworks beloved and collected by Walter and Leonore Annenberg. By Maureen Gilmer.

The Thrill of the Grill - With a little practice, you too can be a backyard-cooking master. By Maryann Ridini Spencer. Photography by Jon Edwards.

Our Top Doctors - A physician-led research team identifies the desert’s 77 top doctors in 39 specialties. Profiles by Matthew Link. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - The (top) doctors are in! By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Actor Josh Holloway digging wilder-ness, summer cocktails, Brian Neil’s biographic film, Empire Polo Club’s Alexander Haagen, and more. By Joan Page McKenna, Steven Biller, Mona de Crinis, and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Galleries - A new exhibition celebrates the cool movement that saw geometry inspire high art. By Steven Biller.

Style - Cool, fashionable shades have a higher purpose. By Jorie Parr. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Earthly influence means solid business opportunities. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Palm Springs Life's Medical Guide - Assess the health of your house, nutrition for cancer patients, get fit whoever you are, move beyond pain, help for sun-damaged skin, tips to control stress, and more. Plus, 1,000+ physician listings by specialty. Edited by Janice Kleinschmidt.

Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide - Ninety days of summer. Plus: The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine August 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine August 2011

FEATURES
Intimacy Over Grandeur - Sunnylands guest books reflect the welcoming charm and unmatched hospitality of Walter and Leonore Annenberg. By Gloria Greer.

The Vibe of First Class - Sassy or sexy, crowded or cozy, the desert’s most luxurious lounges serve up nightlife with distinguished flair. By Kimberly Nichols. Photography by Chris Miller/Imagine Imagery.

Going Green — On Your Plate - Restaurateurs cater to those who eschew carnivorous eating — and tempt everyone else. By Donna Curran. Photography by Jon Edwards.

Doing Bubble Duty - At Camp Schramsberg, “roughing it” means tasting unfinished wine. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Cultural offerings, guilty pleasures, and great deals unfold in the summer. By Steven Biller.

PSST! - Dick Hebdige’s High Desert art installation, salon owner Afsaneh Gibbs, and Intelligencer. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Style - Keep your fashion sensibility intact wherever you go with chic handbags. By Jorie Parr. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.

Social Life - Fundraisers, parties, openings, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Between the lions, loyalty and heart prevail. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Palm Springs Life's Desert Guide - Ninety days of summer. Plus: The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what’s happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life September (Hardbound) Annual Desert Living Edition 2011

Palm Springs Life September (Hardbound) Annual Desert Living Edition 2011

FEATURES
Stars on the Links - Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, and Frank Sinatra attracted fellow celebrities, top golfers, and national attention to the desert's golf scene. By Sheila Grattan. Photography courtesy of the Palm Springs Historical Society.

A Perfect Circle - Wildlife corridors enveloping the desert resort cities provide a magical journey to a new perspective. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

Miracle in the Sand - Words of a pioneer reveal a love for land that demanded respect, patience — and fortitude.

Publisher's Letter - By Milton W. Jones

Shopping - Distinctive destinations offer a variety of prime finds.

ON THE COVER:
Coachella Valley Preserve. Photography by Tom Brewster.

DEPARTMENTS
Galleries - Look inside to see some of the desert's world-class beauty.

Health & Wellness - Try an innovative spa treatment to rejuvenate your spirit.

Horoscope - Everyone on the same side to balance an unstable world. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what's happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life September (Softbound) Annual Desert Living Edition 2011

Palm Springs Life September (Softbound) Annual Desert Living Edition 2011

FEATURES
Stars on the Links - Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, and Frank Sinatra attracted fellow celebrities, top golfers, and national attention to the desert's golf scene. By Sheila Grattan. Photography courtesy of the Palm Springs Historical Society.

A Perfect Circle - Wildlife corridors enveloping the desert resort cities provide a magical journey to a new perspective. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

Miracle in the Sand - Words of a pioneer reveal a love for land that demanded respect, patience — and fortitude.

Publisher's Letter - By Milton W. Jones

Shopping - Distinctive destinations offer a variety of prime finds.

ON THE COVER:
Coachella Valley Preserve. Photography by Tom Brewster.

DEPARTMENTS
Galleries - Look inside to see some of the desert's world-class beauty.

Health & Wellness - Try an innovative spa treatment to rejuvenate your spirit.

Horoscope - Everyone on the same side to balance an unstable world. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Everything you need to know about what's happening in the desert. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine October 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine October 2011

FEATURES
A World of Good - When it opens in early 2012, The Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands will usher in an era of high-level meetings and public education. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Reap the Wild Wind - The San Gorgonio Pass provides a natural corridor for plants, animals, and a forceful current of air and water. Plus: John Lautner's Windsong House. By Ann Japenga. Photography by Tom Brewster.

Success on Tap - Large spaces, an exhaustive selection of beers, and investor-landlords propelled Yard House founder Steele Platt into business and into the desert. By Kathy Strong. Photography by Chris Miller.

A Trend on the Grow - Local chefs and foodies adopt and begin to promote the philosophy of sustainable food. By Donna Curran. Photography by Jon Edwards.

ON THE COVER:
The San Gorgonio Pass. Photography by Tom Brewster.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Look at us now! By Steven Biller.

Psst! - Designer Kendall Zundell, a $15 million listing, Donald Wexler moves in, and more. By Erin Weinger and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Style - The ultimate accessory of the night, masks shine in high fashion. By Jorie Parr.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Resist temptations for later reward: progress. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Vision - How to grow a desert business. Edited by Steven Biller.

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

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Palm Springs Life Magazine November 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine November 2011

FEATURES
Champions of Charity - Barbara Sinatra, Helene Galen, and Nelda Linsk celebrate 25 years of giving time, love, and money to help children in need. By Joan Page McKenna. Photography by Michael Childers.

The True Janet Jackson - One of Billboard magazine’s “All-Time Top Artists” takes an intimate approach with her book and tour. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography by Laspata DeCaro for Blackglama.

Betting on Bighorn - Investor and philanthropist R.D. Hubbard leads by example in the Palm Desert golf club where he resides. By Kathy Strong. Photography by Chris Miller/Imagine Imagery.

Function & Flair - Designers raise the bar on kitchen design by combining the latest in color, cabinetry, and appliances. By Ellen Paris.

ON THE COVER:
Janet Jackson. Photography by Johansen Krause.

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - Thank you, Jackie Lee. By Steven Biller.

Psst! - Cahuilla baskets, Rianna Riego, new exhibits for kids, preserving species here and in the wild, and more. By Joan Page McKenna and Janice Kleinschmidt.

Style - Rolex’s new Everose line makes a lasting impression. By Jorie Parr.

Wine - Petroni Vineyards makes the most of its hilltop setting. By Janice Kleinschmidt.

Wealth - Small donations make a big difference as charities receive fewer major gifts. By Ellen Paris.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Banking on yourself may lead to growth. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

Social Datebook & Charity Register - The essential guide to Coachella Valley charities and major fundraising events. Compiled by Olga Reyes.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine December 2011

Palm Springs Life Magazine December 2011

FEATURES
‘I Was Personally Touched’ - After seeing AIDS devastate New York’s theater scene in the 1980s, actor and 2012 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards honoree Peter Gallagher devoted himself to the cause. By Linda Mears Hardie.

It Takes A Village - Palm Springs’ downtown started 75 years ago as one woman’s vision to create a shopping/living development dubbed La Plaza. By Janice Kleinschmidt. Photography courtesy Palm Springs Historical Society.

The Elements of Gracious Living - Fine food, fashion, and design round out an elegant evening at a Tuscan-inspired country club home. By Kimberly Nichols. Photography by Charles White.

Our Top Dentists - Here are the 59 best dentists and specialists in the Coachella Valley, as selected by their peers.

ON THE COVER:
Peter Gallagher. Photography by Andrew Brucker

DEPARTMENTS
Editor’s Letter - A season for entertaining. By Steven Biller.

Psst! - The grandeur of abalone, Fred Fern, and more. By Janice Kleinschmidt and Ellen Paris.

Style - Colored diamonds distinguish custom designs. By Jorie Parr.

Wealth - Passion comes before profit when investing turns to collections. By Ellen Paris.

The Social Life - Parties, openings, fundraisers, and other events. By Gloria Greer.

Horoscope - Celebrate the harvest as consciousness grows. By Sherryl Nova.

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Desert Guide - The official guidebook of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority. Edited by Mona de Crinis.

Art+Culture - Backyard Oasis, L.A. artists and Broadway shows in the desert, and a complete visual and performing arts calendar. Edited by Steven Biller.

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