After 40 plus years of fine arts training and graphic design companies, design artist Jeffery Coleson has finally figured out his own recipe for success.
Danny Heller never thought the modernistic world surrounding his community would one day become his greatest source of artistic inspiration.
Photographer turned author Dan Chavkin describes his journey to his book on Palm Springs midcentury architecture a combination of inspiration, luck, and discovery.
For Evan Trubee, a lifelong passion in cycling evolved into a 20 year business venture in outdoor-guided tours called Big Wheel Tours in Palm Desert.
This holiday season, get transported to another time and place, with millions of twinkling lights, festive holiday music, and tasty food offerings at The Living Desert’s Wild Lights.
For the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, their annual Powwow is more than a celebration that offers up grand performances with monetary prizes.
Barnett English’s first vintage trailer came at a cost of $50, and now he owns a fleet of more than 20 for rent to enhance the experience at the upcoming Joshua Tree Music Festival.
Frank Ferro’s long held passion and curiosity with food has propelled him to his newest culinary adventure in Idyllwild, Ferro Restaurant.
When you spend a day with Rimrock Ranch owner Jim Austin, there is never a dull moment as you experience this part house, part rental, and part performance venue just north of Pioneertown.
Mark Davis of Modern Home Design Showroom in Palm Springs knows firsthand what it’s like to remodel an iconic piece of architectural history after owning the Kenaston Home in Rancho Mirage.