November opens with Palm Springs Pride weekend, and just gets better with chow and suds at the Palm Springs Air Museum Props and Hops Craft Beer Festival.
October includes the Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade, a desert institution for 50+ years, while Modernism Week Fall Preview teases for February’s behemoth.
Lucky Callendar, owner of Babe’s Bar-B-Que & Brewery in Rancho Mirage, weighs in on a few topics, including tasting tips on beer.
When Zaddie Bunker turned 72, she earned herself a new nickname by breaking the sound barrier in an F-100 Super Sabre Air Force jet.
“Splash: The Art of the Swimming Pool” is a new art book that is more than a catalog of impressive swimming pools, including those in Palm Springs.
With the likes of Louis The Child, Melvv, and Gryffin in its August lineup, Splash House continues to make the desert a music destination.
The Redwood Pioneers moved from Rohnert Park in the mid-1980s to where Gene Autry’s major league Anaheim team trained to create the Palm Springs Angels.
In honor of World UFO Day on July 2, we reminisce on a few tales from the desert’s extraterrestrial hot spots from Pioneertown to Joshua Tree.
What to do in the desert in July? Spanish Comedy Slam salutes the growing number of Latino comics while Queen Extravaganza celebrates the legendary music.
In honor of National Doughnut Day on June 7, we tried the local mom-and-pop shops and brunch menu ops to find the desert’s best doughnut.