Walk in, sit down, and engage with your neighbors while taking in the ambiance and amenities of these nine Coachella Valley bars.
Glitch, the new arcade bar/restaurant on North Palm Canyon in Palm Springs, takes you back to the golden age of video arcades with a fun foodie twist.
Don’t let its playful name fool you. Tac/Quila in Palm Springs is well dressed for any eating occasion, and its menu is just as delicious.
July is National Ice Cream Month, and July 21 is National Ice Cream Day. Here’s the dish on this sweet treat in Palm Springs and beyond.
Murray and Marie Slaughter, played by desert residents Gavin MacLeod and Joyce Bulifant, were part of the memorable cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Summers just got hotter (in a good way) with the new Broadway at the River revue featuring Musical Theater University students at Acqua California Bistro.
Party with the locals at these great dive bars in Palm Springs and neighboring desert cities with nothing but a good time up their sleeve.
Bit of Country in Palm Springs recently changed owners, but the no-frills, no fuss homestyle restaurant still serves up good breakfasts and lunches.
Cheryl and Irv Idell realized the Coachella Valley had a dearth of spin options, which has led the couple to open Full Psycle in downtrown Palm Springs.
Juniper Table in Palm Springs celebrates summer with exquisite dinners featuring the best Southern California beers, ingredients, and valley che