Charles Phoenix will bring his unique take on America’s kitschy past during his funny double decker bus tour of Palm Springs’ midcentury collection.
Through the month of October, Big Bear Lake celebrates its colorful fall pageant with the 36th Annual Home and Hearth Home Tour on Oct. 3 and the 45th Annual Oktoberfest on weekends.
This year’s schedule of Modernism Week Fall Preview events is quite simply an embarrassment of riches, so we’ve focused on the “new” events of the 2015 lineup.
As San Diego’s Balboa Park marks its 100th anniversary this year, sometimes lost in the park’s 1200 acres are the historic architectural gems that provide context to the park’s history.
Idyllwild’s Jazz in the Pines keeps calling back the greats, like alto sax player Charles McPherson, who headlines the fest’s 22nd edition, Aug. 15-16.
In the City of Palm Springs, thanks to the Historic Site Preservation Board (HSPB), there are approximately 100 sites designated historic.
The rest of the world has taken notice of Workshop Kitchen + Bar after the Palm Springs restaurant has been recently awarded the city’s first James Beard award for Outstanding Restaurant Design in the category of over 75 seats.
In architectural preservation, Palm Springs architect Brad Dunning has learned you have to love ‘em and leave ‘em, kind of like a sailor with a dalliance in every port.
Whether you’re a longtime Palm Springs resident, a new or a returning visitor, the Palm Springs Historical Society Walking Tours can educate, surprise, and entertain you with a lively, specially-curated jaunt through various sections and neighborhoods of Palm Springs.
Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner have elevated historic architectural preservation to a skillful art in the Greater Palm Springs area.