Patti LaBelle, considered the Godmother of Soul, opens up about career longevity, performing, and triumphs of the heart prior to her Morongo Casino show.
After years of performing as a backup singer to the music industry’s hottest talents, Judith Hill commands the stage at Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival.
Women’s Week hits Palm Springs and the valley with a passionate mix of entertainment, food, inspiration, and nods to female empowerment.
Cohibernation, which makes its West Coast premiere at Cinema Diverse featuring director Brad Griffith, hopes to offer a realistic look at gay relationships.
Inspirational music artist Mike Love joins Bhakti Fest, the desert’s most vibrant festival for tapping into all that’s good — inside and out.
From stage romps to radio and television turns, Sandra Bernhard brings her shrewd, funny, honest, and entertaining performance to Oscar’s in Palm Springs.
Savvy storyteller Steven Fales chats about the evolution of his hit one-man show, “Confessions of a Mormon Boy”, and his gig at Hotel Zoso Palm Springs.
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.