From his Araby Commons home in Palm Springs, the legendary designer Bob Mackie showcases his dazzling new looks for a global audience.
“Pennies From Heaven” was panned by critics when the remake was released, but costume designer Bob Mackie earned an Academy Award nomination.
Director Christian Sesma pays homage to his local roots by shooting his latest effort, Pay Dirt, in Coachella. The film will be released Aug. 7.
Lorraine Ornelas, owner of Luscious Lorraine’s Organic Café in Palm Desert, sources her own fresh ingredients when creating one of her healthy drinks.
The HALO Dx Center provides one-stop solutions, with a long list of university-level services and innovative medical equipment, like ultrasound scans.
The Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City, a new 100,000-square-foot entertainment complex, is expected to open within the year and revitalize the downtown.
Converted concert promoter Barnett English has made the Joshua Tree Music Festival into a communal experience that leaves people feeling connected.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the Palm Springs United School District have created a curriculum on local Native American history.
Sean Kanan called on a few of his connections, including daytime television veteran Tristan Rogers to make the six-part web series called “Studio City”.
Author Lowell John Bean Bean encapsulates his lifelong research of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation In his new book due out later this year.
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