Palm Springs introduces its new city park, local artists Karen and Tony Barone are honored, and Jason Bonham rocks out Led Zepplin tunes.
Modernism Week Fall Preview brings midcentury architecture alive, participate in a scavenger hunt, and the East Valley celebrates Pride.
While many activities wait to happen on Halloween, there are several chances to celebrate much earlier in Greater Palm Springs and beyond.
The High Desert is the place to be with the Joshua Tree Music Festival and Highway 62 Art Tours, while El Paseo turns pink in Palm Desert.
The Dinah brings the largest lesbian festival to downtown Palm Springs, while America, Chaka Khan, and The Commodores hit the stage.
Register for a guided hike in Joshua Tree, support FIND Food Bank at a PS Underground event, and view LGBTQ+ films at Cinema Diverse.
Palm Springs artist Terry Hastings will have his work exhibited at Cinema Diverse, and share his role with the documentary, “Being Bebe”.
Styx has a new album created during the shutdown to show off to desert fans, while the Palm Springs LGBTQ+ Film Festival gets underway.
Palm Springs Life editors share their stories as the nation marks the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.
Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Wynonna Judd pops into Pappy & Harriet’s and a new modern chair exhibit opens in Palm Springs.