The news hit like a roundhouse to the gut: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies will end its inspired run after 23 seasons
Since Hollywood’s first heartthrob, Rudolph Valentino, shot The Sheik in the desert in 1921, filmmakers have come to the Coachella Valley like bees to cactus blossoms.
The future of nonprofit organizations hinges on their ability to continually build a fresh base of support
Fascinated by the area’s midcentury modern architecture, photographer James Schnepf set out to meet people who live in the past.
The Coachella Valley plays host to more than a dozen animal shelters and rescue programs, including the $8 million Palm Springs Animal Shelter that opened in October. The sheer volume of rescue animals far outstrips even the capacity of this 19,000-square-foot facility.
For every $1 a seller spends on staging, they average $3 in return, says the Palm Springs-based veteran of the housing market. Many times, I have been in competition with a similar listing — the same model of home or condo. My listing sells every time, while their unstaged one sits.
Less than a month before his death at his Rancho Mirage home in 2006, Gerald Ford offered these words in his last public statement: “The length of one’s days matters less than the love of one’s family and friends.” That sentiment echoes the 38th president’s trademark humility and honesty. At the time of his death, Ford had lived longer than
Clusters of hungry hipsters, scene makers, and snowbirds linger under the Spanish arches in front of Cheeky’s, waiting to be ushered to an umbrella-covered table with translucent orange chairs or into the small dining room with plain white walls and wood-beamed ceilings.
Three-time Academy Award winner Oliver Stone sat down with Palm Springs Life to discuss his documentary career and his expanding nonfiction legacy.
On Feb. 8, Zippel will direct Cy Coleman’s Broadway at McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, in honor of his longtime mentor and collaborator.
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