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.
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.