The Women Who Lead honorees were once followers, and each shares their experiences on how they emerged as leaders in the Coachella Valley.
A book paying tribute to the architectural imprint of Hugh Kaptur shines recognition on his desert work while earning accolades itself.
Spurred by his love of Pioneertown and western films, Julian Pinder saw an opportunity to create a small-scale international film festival.
What’s happening in the desert? Meet the Women Who Lead honorees in a virtual event, and hear the operatic voice of Jacquelynne Fontaine.
Taste of Rancho Mirage is a foodies delight to lead this week’s things to do in the desert, and check out an indoor fair in Yucca Valley.
Acqua California Bistro joins the list of desert restaurants to reopen after the pandemic or hear your fave Beatles tunes with the Fab Four.
Greater Palm Springs cities and surrounding towns have made plans for the first in-person Fourth of July bash since the pandemic shutdown.
While the 4th of July weekend dominates the calendar, don’t forget this week brings back VillageFest to downtown Palm Springs.
The pandemic spawned a new direction for Palm Desert watercolor artist Robin St. Louis, whose work becomes a puzzle you put together at home.
Makes Her Official Return to Palm Springs