Since November 2011, Angela Romeo and videographer/editor Steve Tanguy have filmed interviews with almost 100 artists in the Coachella Valley and other Southern California cities, San Francisco, and Arizona. She posts the 30-minute documentaries every two weeks on Vimeo and YouTube.
Kickstarter provides an online venue for individuals to crowd-source funds to accomplish creative projects (arts, design, and technology). Each project is posted with a monetary goal and length of time (one to 60 days) to raise funds.
When Suzanne Vitale met with two probation officers from Riverside, she revealed a few secrets. Nothing nefarious, mind you — unless you consider the “enhancement” of tap dancing in The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies a criminal act.
Fred Garbutt aims to make the International Banana Museum more fun than a barrel of monkeys at its location near the Salton Sea.
Temecula’s wine industry was the only location in Riverside County to experience growth, and that has led to the county mapping out a new future for the region.
In 2008, when the CEOs of GM, Ford, and Chrysler flew by private jet to request a bailout from Congress, the backlash became a boon for a Coachella Valley jet charter service.
Sunnylands garners great reviews and stimulates ideas to address challenges.
Drawn by the desert’s transcendent beauty and desirable weather, people seeking a healing environment for recovery and rejuvenation seek the resort vibe of Greater Palm Springs.
Although Icon launched its business with the iconic work of a world-famous artist and still uses images by the Masters, the company is supporting up-and-coming, local artists.
Leica S2 — the epitome of a camera lover’s camera due to its pedigree and the pin-sharp resolution of images it creates.