Prior to her Cathedral City LGBT Days appearance, Jessica Sutta waxes nostalgic and philosophical about The Pussycat Dolls and remaining true to herself.
What stands out about this year’s American Documentary Film Festival is material and events that revolve around Native Americans, and even their cuisine.
In “Stories I Only Tell My Friends: Live!”, Rob Lowe promises to pull back the curtain of Hollywood, fame, fatherhood, marriage, and a life lived large.
Anchor Elizabeth Vargas tackled the issues of panic and addiction in a thought-provoking bestseller and opens up about her journey at Rancho Mirage Speaks.
Paired with author Dennis Prager at the Desert Town Hall, talk show host Adam Carolla will open up about today’s youth and safe spaces to speak your truth.
Three generations of audiences are enjoying classic hits from Creedence Clearwater Revisited led by original members Doug “Cosmo” Clifford and Stu Cook.
Since Il Divo’s 2004 debut, the quartet have stayed in the limelight with more than 30 million records sold. They appear March 16 at Fantasy Springs.
La Quinta’s Greg Cannom takes home his fifth Oscar for Best Makeup for the film Vice at the 91st Academy Awards in Hollywood.
Rick Steves, who headlines a Palm Springs Speaks event March 3, says you can learn about your own country by leaving it and looking at it from a distance.
Liz Ostoich wanted to bring a European influence to the menu at Farm Palm Springs and show how rich and healthy foods can coexist.