There’s mega buzz for “If Beale Street Could Talk”, and come 2019, Regina King could very well be taking home an Oscar for her performance.
Former Coachella Valley reporter Mike Hatton returns for the Palm Springs Film Festival to help celebrate “Green Book”, a film he also stars in.
The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus takes a big leap by adding new members, hitting a significant milestone, and launching a holiday concert.
Innovative valley chefs work their wonders at a bountiful Palm Desert Food & Wine dinner at The Beard House in New York City.
Tony Orlando & Dawn reunite for a rare Christmas show in the valley, and one of their few performances together over 40 years.
Pablo Cruise returns to Palm Springs Dec. 1 to headline the first-ever Airstream Palooza at Hotel Paseo in Palm Desert.
Michael Irby stars in the FX hit, Mayans MC, the Sons of Anarchy spin-off, and credits his native Palm Springs for shaping his destiny.
Leslie Zemeckis’s new book charts the fascinating yet underreported feud of early 20th century fan dancers Faith Bacon and Sally Rand.
Manuel Vignoulle, the choreographer with a fiery mane of burnt-orange hair, returns after winning last year’s festival at McCallum Theatre.
David Hernandez found the limelight thanks to American Idol. Ten years later, the singer is more daring and eager to share new music.