Gloria Greer’s esophageal cancer was finally detected when she underwent her first endoscopy. She details her journey to advocate for preventive and routine medical testing.
Talented producer/photographer Michael Childers presented his eighth annual “One Night Only,” a sizzling musical salute to the 1960s, on April 22 to benefit Jewish Family Service at McCallum Theater in Palm Desert.
Palm Springs’ annual American Documentary Film Festival concluded a five day run in the Coachella Valley with 130 films screened from throughout the world at local theaters.
Brian Stokes Mitchell mesmerized the crowd at College of the Desert’s “Stepping Out for COD” benefit in February presented by Wells Fargo.
Photo flashes, screaming fans, and security trying to control the paparazzi who swarm the celebrities in town. Cannes? London? New York? No, it is Palm Springs — home of the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival and Awards Gala.
Some of world’s leading scientists recently gathered Oct. 12 to discuss how to advance and provide leadership strategies to combat the alarming rise of sea levels across the planet at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage.
Cinema Diverse, the Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, brought the world premiere of “Saugatuck Cures” and record attendance for the second straight year.
The United Way of the Desert has set a fundraising goal of $1.5 million for 2014-15 following an announcement at its Recognition & Kick Off Luncheon on Sept. 12.
More than 400 animal lovers arrived July 13 at the Doral at Desert Princess Hotel to support Pegasus Therapeutic Riding and the Humane Society of the Desert, beneficiaries of the 16th annual Pets On Parade awards luncheon.
A hot summer day was the perfect time for more than 150 supporters of ACT for Multiple Sclerosis to gather at Mission Hills Country Club for cool jazz.