Coachella Valley residents are coming up with creative yet practical ways to adapt to a world turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic.
A nearly 90-year mystery about the historical roots of the oldest known farmhouse in Rancho Mirage is solved thanks to Stephen Follansbee.
Missing your weekly entertainment at your favorite haunts? You don’t have to. Here’s how Greater Palm Springs entertainers are staying connected.
As desert restaurants have closed due to COVID-19, there are curbside and to-go options available to still enjoy your favorite establishment’s food at home.
Rancho Mirage’s storied past is revisited in a book told through resident Leo Mallette’s collection of more than 140 matchbooks.
Palm Desert has a variety of fine-dining restaurants. If you’re a fan of seafood, steaks and spectacular service, you might want to get to know Eddie V’s.
Lisa Ferretti and Sean Wise have taken trailer park living to a whole new level, creating a midcentury look to their homes at Ramon Park in Palm Springs.
LimonCarr Desert Theatricals proves there’s a lot to sing and dance about in Rancho Mirage thanks to a state-of-the-art outdoor amphitheater.
In 1987, artist Maria Eugenia Casuso gathered her work and sentenced it to life in a storage unit. This weekend, it will be paroled at Art Palm Springs.
The Marriott Renaissance recently refreshed, renovated, and reclaimed their old name, while also adding an upscale restaurant called Cava Noche.