The son of Harpo Marx loans a stunning array of memorabilia from his famous family to the Rancho Mirage Public Library to reveal a powerful legacy.
In his new one-man acoustic show set tostop in Palm Springs in September, Broadway sensation Adam Pascal mines his theater career starting with “Rent”.
Comedian Dane Cook delves deeper into his personal life in his new stage show and manages to make vulnerability fun, humorous, and something to celebrate.
They tore up the stage at Modernism Week, but now The Dreamboats solidify their love for Palm Springs with the release of a new, music video shot in town.
As America’s longtime funnyman, Howie Mandel has remained innovative. Now a popular TV fixture, the performer opens up about his own evolution.
Celebrity chatterbox Ross Mathews is branching and brunching out with an inventive, brand-expanding drag brunch at Moxie in Palm Springs.
Frank Carroll, who coached Michelle Kwan to Olympic gold, is officially retired, but the 80-year-old still coaches at Desert Ice Castle in Cathedral City.
On the eve of her valley performance, singer Jeanette Bazzell Turner opens up about her craft and preserving the good memories of her ex-husband Ike Turner.
The Joyful Vampire Tour of America heads to Palm Springs for a special screening of the indie rom-com Bite Me, a vampire ball, and plenty of eye candy.
In 25 years, Palm Springs International ShortFest has managed to surpass expectations to become the largest short film festival of its kind in North America.