Judith Chapman says the 20th anniversary of 9/11 led to reprising her role in “The Guys”, a play about the aftereffects of the tragic event.
Well-written, well acted, is it interesting, and will it play well in Palm Springs? Those are the keys to Cinema Diverse, the LGBTQ film fest.
The Purple Room Supper Club reopens its doors, view galaxies far, far away at Night Sky Festival, and rock out with the legend Pat Benatar.
Palm Springs’ Udo Kier, who has appeared in films for over five decades, chats about “the strongest role he ever did” in “Swan Song”.
Cook virtually with a top desert chef, laugh with “Black-ish” star and comic Deon Cole, or do the Jagger with a Rolling Stones tribute band.
Coachella Valley residents can offer suggestions on points of interest to include in Monopoly Palm Springs, which is set to come out in 2022.
Splash House returns for Weekend 2, sing along with the classic “West Side Story”, and save the date for the reopening of the Purple Room.
Joe Chavira, who called the late Trini Lopez his amigo and singing partner, has created a tribute concert coming to Palm Springs on Sept. 24.
Plenty of music options this week in the desert including an Eagles tribute band and Splash House, plus video gamers convene in Rancho Mirage.
Comedian Jo Koy makes a tour stop in Rancho Mirage, take in a couple of free outdoor concerts, and sample craft beer from 30+ vendors.