Whether it was the movies or TV, Pepe Serna was there in front of you. Not the star. The one who makes the scene work and the star shine.
This holiday shopping guide is more than cozy because it strives to satisfy all the senses, like a big bowl of happiness stew in the desert.
The desert’s tastemakers have tried it all, so we asked where they dine and what they order. They responded with passion, and a little drool.
The next owner of the Kaufmann House in Palm Springs will need $20 million and, as previous stewards attest, a passion for preservation.
Paul Revere Williams, the first licensed African-American architect west of the Mississippi, put his modernist mark on Palm Springs.
Matthew Rotunda’s new listening room draws serious music lovers into the world of hi-fi systems at Pitch Perfect Audio in Palm Desert.
Corn or Flour? In downtown Indio, Arriola’s Tortilleria has answered the question for five generations and countin
On a hillside in Hemet, a couple of professional actors, a few horses, and an entire community bring “Ramona,” a slice of California history, to life.
Bombay Beach, a post-apocalyptic star of an drawn out disaster with the Salton Sea, is riding a resurgence with a Literary Week set for later in March.
When Peninsula Pastries Palm Springs opened in 2015 to almost instant success, their business model needed to conform to American expectations.