Before appearing at this weekend’s White Party Palm Springs, Paula Abdul chats about her gay fan base, and her connection to the desert.
Palm Springs filmmaker P. David Ebersole has crime on his mind with the release of his first novel, “99 Miles from L.A.”, set in the desert.
How about this for staying cool when the temps rise. Here are five out-of-the-ordinary museum exhibits in the desert we recommend you visit.
Gay identical twins are behind the film, “Still Working 9 to 5” set to screen at Palm Springs’ American Documentary and Animation Film Fest.
Although now the venue of Coachella and Stagecoach, the Empire Polo Club started in Indio to be a home for the founder’s favorite sport.
David Lee, a creative force behind sitcoms such as “Cheers” and “Frasier”, shares his thoughts on being honored with a star in Palm Springs.
Amy Poehler, the comic-turned-director, chats about her upcoming Amazon Prime film on the legendary couple, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
With a renaissance on TikTok and an upcoming desert concert, Paul Anka is feeling busy, relevant, and ready to talk about Sinatra and the mob.
Former top-ranking tennis player Charlie Pasarell is responsible for the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa’s racket sport heritage.
Marie Osmond chats about her crossover to opera that landed her a first No. 1 album, and meeting Lucille Ball prior to her desert appearance.