Over the years, citizens have shown strength by collectively pursuing interests and causes.
When developers set their sights too close to the mountains, public and tribal push created the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument.
The steep road to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Valley Station presents a mighty and surprisingly popular workout amid inspiring views.
Colleges are expanding campuses and academic offerings to meet the need for a diverse workforce in Greater Palm Springs.
Coachella Valley cities receive high marks from residents for drivability, walkability, local recreation and cultural attractions, affordability, and capable civic leadership.
As food-loving millennials discover the pleasures of oenophilia, wine consumption is on the rise, and wine bars are seeing a resurgence including Greater Palm Springs.
Charles Phoenix knows the intricacies of desert lore better than many residents, which comes in handy when he serves as a double-decker bus tour guide during Modernism Week.
In January, Greater Palm Springs Festivals bring exceptional films, literature, and artworks center stage to give locals and visitors a chance to experience a winter wonderland of culture.
According to newspaper and magazine articles published before the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway opened, up to half a million people a year could be expected to ride the tramcars.