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.
Beset by a knee injury, the No. 4 player in the world Bianca Andreescu is fighting to return to Indian Wells and defend her BNP Paribas Open title.
The Desert Dreamers series focuses on a group of dedicated environmentalists who watched over the delicate, ecological balance of the Coachella Valley.
Sweet prickly pears, an indigenous fruit to the Coachella Valley, can be eaten raw, but protect your hands when picking them or buy them de-needled.
Palm Springs Life assembled a range of opinions on President Donald Trump regarding legislation and other policy decisions important to the desert.