After decades of restoring master paintings for museums, Mark Leonard delves into his own creativity with original paintings.
The history of Palm Springs is one where developers, visionaries, and quite a few celebrities came together to make the town we know today.
The biennial El Paseo Sculpture Exhibition keeps excitement alive along Palm Desert’s premier shopping and dining boulevard.
The mouse arrives in the desert, as Palm Springs Air Museum opens an exhibition showcasing Walt Disney’s Gulfstream.
In the glow and shelter of the sun and mountains, Palm Springs became a place where people want to be.
Visitors to Sunnylands Center & Gardens to see, “A Place at the Table: Dining at Sunnylands”, will notice meticulous attention to detail.
Palm Springs, just a village in the 1930s and ’40s, marked the pinnacle of holiday festivities compared to today’s Greater Palm Springs.
Inland Empire Community Foundation helps donors support their causes of interest with assurance even beyond their lifetimes.
Inland Empire Community Foundation targets specific needs by designating “signature funds” to address pressing regional matters.
With 80 years of philanthropic work, Inland Empire Community Foundation aggregates the resources of donors and organizations to create change.