This charming location just may be the ideal spot for a film festival. Palm Springs is an easy ride from L.A. or Santa Barbara, where a lot of the talent lives. It’s easy for the industry to monitor, as opposed to Cannes or Venice. It has great amenities — beautiful hotels, swimming pools, golf clubs — and the setting offers a sense of romance to the films themselves.
Downtown Cathedral City grows into a round-the-clock destination. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.
Kathy DeRosa boosts Cathedral City’s first strategic plan. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.
The president’s visit to the desert a half-century ago inaugurated a lasting relationship between the man and the region.
Composer Paul Gilman cruises in his quest to communicate with ocean giants.
For many residents of the desert resort communities, the state’s largest lake is something that comes to mind only when the air turns foul. But for others, the Salton sea is worth keeping in mind. By Keith Bush
Joshua Tree makes the ‘most endangered’ list — again!
The courage of people living with serious illness inspires activist actress Judith Light to confront her fears.
Liam Neeson discusses Kinsey and the controversial role that earned him Palm Springs International Film Festival’s Desert Palm Achievement Award.
Shirley MacLaine takes a relaxed view of her Palm Springs International Film Festival lifetime achievement award.
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