La Quinta’s Greg Cannom is capturing attention lately for his Academy Award nomination for Best Achievement In Hair & Makeup for his work on the film, Vice.
Trisha Yearwood delves into the Frank Sinatra songbook in Let’s Be Frank, a new album that brought her to Palm Springs to visit his iconic estate.
Comedian Elon Gold, fresh from an appearance on HBO’s Crashing, joins two other comics in a night of laughs for the Jewish Federation of the Desert.
“Little House on the Prairie” actress Alison Arngrim reveals the real saving grace of her childhood stardom and how it directs her life today.
Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers reflects on the group’s remarkable success and the melodies that shaped his own life and career.
Music powerhouse Deborah Cox illuminates the splendor of Whitney Houston at Mizell Senior Center’s 14th annual Stars Among Us Gala in Palm Springs.
Mike Love of The Beach Boys reflects on the group’s music and surfing through their stunning legacy and more than 100 million album sales.
Author Melanie Benjamin has penned a novel focusing on the friendship of silent film star Mary Pickford and screenwriter/director Florence Marion.
Janet Mock — feminist, transgender activist, and producer of the FX series Pose — illuminates the power of coming together at a Palm Springs Speaks event.
Vince Van Patten’s comedic romp, Walk to Vegas, draws from real-life experiences and boasts its world premiere in Palm Springs.