Moving to Palm Springs? The city continues to add enhancements, which keeps its reputation intact as a premiere desert destination.
Desert AIDS Project will rename the cornerstone of its Palm Springs complex in honor of board member Barbara Keller, who passed away in April 2019.
Inside her Rancho Mirage home, super model Beverly Johnson still enjoys the energy from being in front of the camera: “… I literally get high from it.”
Rancho Mirage street names bring back the benevolent ghosts of celebrities past that continue to roam the thoroughfares, illuminating our path.
Third-generation psychic-medium Patrick Harrington was only 6 years old when he discovered he had the gift, and he’s still sharing it in the desert.
In recognition of what Steve Chase did to change Desert AIDS Project’s fate and that of its clients, its most important yearly benefit is named after him.
Josh Leffler oversees a broad spectrum of extracurricular activities at Welk Resorts Desert Oasis in Cathedral City.
Lifeguard supervisor Juan Corona Jr. keeps Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa’s Splashtopia safe all year round in Rancho Mirage.
“People — even handymen — come to the house and tell us, ‘You should have a show!’” chuckles Barbara Barrett as I sit with her and her husband, Robert, in the comfortable living room of their well-appointed country club home, which is festooned with art created — and keepsakes collected — over more than 50 years together. “So we’re finally