On a hike in Pipes Canyon near Pioneertown, Paul Goff and Tony Angelotti discovered a 1920’s stone house, formerly owned by a mining family, and knew they had to save it.
Bernie’s Lounge and Supper Club is just one of the new supper club restaurants to make their mark on an old Palm Springs tradition.
Melvyn’s Restaurant and The Purple Room are riding the wave of the nightclub scene comeback dating back to its 1950’s roots when “The Rat Pack” roamed the desert cities.
The Palm Springs Historical Society offers a walking tour of celebrity homes in the Movie Colony District referred to as “Frank Sinatra Neighborhood”.
The Frank Sinatra Twin Palms estate takes visitors into the late icon’s Palm Springs home built by famed architect E. Stewart Williams.
The Edris House in Palm Springs is both a home and a fitting tribute to its architect, E. Stewart Williams.
Take a self-guided tour of six distinct properties Feb. 16 and help raise money to benefit Reach Out Morongo Basin.
Desert Hot Springs, lying just a few short miles north of Palm Springs, unveils its unique boutique resorts and spas during Spa Tour.
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum covers an impressive 5,000 square feet, divided into 35 rooms, and adorns 150 windows and 65 doors. No two doors or windows are alike.
Eighteen years ago when only a handful of Palm Springs inns participated, this year’s Walking Tour of the Inns on Dec. 12 has grown to include 17.