Ballet and ballroom buffs — and everyone in between — will have plenty of world-class performances to choose from in the desert this season
As many as 15 million Americans have some type of food allergy; 6 million of those are children, many of them younger than 3.
The house lights dim, and a hush falls. The first notes of the overture break the silence and the journey begins, sweeping you along for the ride to fantasyland.
Palm Springs Art Museum’s Adopt-a-Basket program opens the door for the community to help save Native American basketry.
When Barbara Sinatra, Nelda Linsk, and Helene Galen launched the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center 25 years ago, they infused star power into a deep, dark issue: child abuse. They saw the children that others overlooked and vowed to comfort and heal their wounded spirits.
Prickly cholla, the glaring sun, and rugged terrain hardly deterred Lost star JOSH HOLLOWAY from helping to restore land near Joshua Tree National Park
Whether You’re a Triathlete Looking for Something New or Devoted Coach Potato, We’ve Got Your Number
Beyond the pink walls denoting Sunnylands, a 21st century visitor center reflects the sensibilities of the estate’s former residents — Walter and Leonore Annenberg
Six of California’s largest private insurers denied 47.7 million claims (22 percent of all claims) from Jan.
1, 2002, through June 30, 2009, according to the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee.
THE STACCATO TAP-TAP-TAP of the hi-hat punctuates the air as the lights slowly illuminate Rita Moreno in a red gown. She snaps her fingers to the familiar opening chords of “Fever,” a vision of loveliness in stark contrast to the scruffy, longhaired drummer striking the cymbals behind her.