“Would you like me to read to you?” “Life,” he begins, “is the greatest show on Earth …” His voice, deep, his charm, on, he draws you in.
Grammy winner, civil rights crusader, and Broadway powerhouse Cyndi Lauper returns to Palm Springs for an evening under the stars
For years, Jim West and his wife, Karen Prinzmetal, strolled by the midcentury modern home on Fiddleneck Lane in Palm Desert and pondered its origins. It was certainly in fine company with an Albert Frey around the corner, a few Walter Whites nearby, and the historic Firestone estate in the vicinity. But the Fiddleneck residence always provoked the same question:
Aided by Anne Bancroft, Dean Martin, and Hugh Hefner, Lainie Kazan emerges as an influential woman in her own right
Fascination with celebrity never dies. The desire to connect to Hollywood — the excitement, the razzle-dazzle — remains as strong today as it was in the ’50s. And Palm Springs will always be part of that Tinseltown allure.