Albert Frey came to Palm Springs to design a building for the brother of architect A. Lawrence Kocher. The building today is a Class I Historic site.
Palm Springs Life has partnered with topDentists to create Top Dentists 2019 — a great body of talent in the field of dentistry in the Coachella Valley.
November 2019 Horoscopes from Palm Springs Life. Find out what the planets and stars have in store for you in Greater Palm Springs.
First weekend of May: where to celebrate Cinco De Mayo, where the family can enjoy National Train Day, and where to hear music from an ABBA tribute band.
Things to do this weekend: Country music takes over the stage at the Empire Polo Grounds, while Palm Springs hosts the largest gay men’s gathering.
The annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade gives local businesses a chance to dress up their entry while supporting the people they serve.
The Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce and the City of Palm Springs celebrated five outstanding women for their business and community leadership at the 31st Annual PSCC Athena Awards Holiday Gala. The event, held at the Renaissance Palm Springs, opened with a champagne reception and a showing of Escada’s Holiday 2017 collection from The Shops on El Paseo. This year’s
Envisioned as an annual summer program, Summer Lab, at the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, engages the public in topical issues related to architecture and design in the community. This summer, in collaboration with landscape architects Rios Clementi Hale Studios of Los Angeles, community participants presented ideas, concepts, storyboards, and other material related to the design of
Grayse celebrated the launch of the wedding party collection designed by Marie and Kelly Gray with a special fashion show. The event featured beautiful wedding pieces to suit any women attending or participating in a wedding, and was created in partnership with Keturah Chisholm. Grayse opened on El Paseo in 2014, features the designs of the mother-daughter Gray duo. Photography
More than 1,500 guests walked the red carpet at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards gala in February, which featured paparazzi photographers, a multimedia fashion lounge where red carpet standouts were interviewed on camera, and an installation of sculptures by Karen and Tony Barone. One hundred Desert AIDS Project volunteers welcomed attendees to the event. This all occurred before the guests
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