Southwest Art Fair


Indio’s renowned Southwest Arts Festival draws thousands of 
enthusiasts with its eclectic mix of artists and craftspeople

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The 31st annual Southwest Arts Festival in Indio is sure to awaken the inner art-lover in all of us. Taking place Jan. 26–29 at the Empire Polo Club, the festival features traditional, contemporary and abstract paintings, along with an array of other mediums from more than 240 diverse artists. With paintings, drawings, glass, jewelry, metals, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and textiles,


The Keys to Paradise

Perfection is hard to come by, but this four-bedroom home at 47505 Vintage Drive East comes pretty close.

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Tucked back away from the street, a stone pathway leads through the thick green grass of the meticulously manicured yard to the ivy-covered stone walls and large latticed bronze clad gates that peek-a-boos the courtyard. Two mature, husky palms flank either side — sentinels guarding the gate to this elegant home. The inside is just as spectacular as the entrance.


Entertainment Upgrade

McCallum Theatre makeover is 
ready for its close-up.

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While the rest of us were trying to beat the heat this 
summer, the McCallum Theatre construction wizards were hard at work on improvements to enhance your entertainment experience. The lighting, audio, video, and ventilation systems have all been upgraded, the parking lot is being resurfaced, and the stage has been set to provide the 
performers more spring in their

palm canyon theatre

Stage Presents

Palm Canyon Theatre: A Play in 20 Seasons.

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THE SCENE: 1997 Sonny Bono is mayor of Palm Springs. A gallon of gas is $1.22, “Change the World” is No. 1 with a 
bullet. Jack was “the king of the world” until Rose didn’t understand the concept of sharing. There was room for two on that driftwood, people! And in Palm Springs, things were getting decidedly thespian when J.W.

late night dining in palm springs

The Late Show

Top off your evening at one of these eateries, ranging from retro-jazz and sports to disco and rock.

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You should never go hungry as a fervent Palm Springs foodies, even late at night. Here are some choices when hunger strikes and the hour is late.


Bite Me!

Want to grab a quick lunch between screenings? Try these great sandwich spots located just a (Sharon, Oliver, Emma) Stone’s throw from the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

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With 160 films screening at the 2016 Palm Springs International Film Festival, here’s a guide to some quick bites near the theaters so you don’t lose your place in line.

Hot Tamale!

This holiday season, indulge in the original Mesoamerican fast food

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Despite being associated with the holiday season, tamales are substantially older than Christmas, with origins dating back to 7000 B.C.