Comedian Selene Luna, who established herself as a popular stand-up comic in L.A, loves her new life in the desert, and her act is breaking new ground.
Since the Native FilmFest launched in 2001, indigenous filmmakers from around the globe have shared their vivid work and dynamic stories in the desert.
By creating replicas of modern architecture, St. Theresa Catholic School students in Palm Springs gain appreciation for their local heritage.
Billy Porter, who made history earlier in 2019 as the first openly gay man of color to win an Emmy Award as best actor, strikes a “Pose” in Palm Springs.
La Quinta resident and Palm Springs Air Museum volunteer Arlene Chapman shares why she’s had a jolly good time playing Santa’s wife.
Keep this handy Palm Springs gay bars guide for the upcoming Greater Palm Springs Pride weekend that calls out cheap drinks, sassy drag, and karaoke.
In less than half the time it took to sit through the last “Avengers” movie, viewers can experience the entire Timelapse Film Festival in Joshua Tree.
Frank DeCaro lifts the lid off drag performers old and new in his fascinating book, “Drag: Coming Through the Big Wigs of Show Business”.
Writer Whitley Strieber will appear in Indian Wells to share his singular personal knowledge of extraterrestrial life at Contact in the Desert.
Lorna Luft shares behind-the-scenes tales of her legendary mother Judy Garland’s masterpiece, A Star is Born, in her new book.
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