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.
In high demand on film sets near and far, “L.A. Confidential” and “Black Panther” set decorator Jay Hart finds his balance at home in Rancho Mirage.
Christine Pelosi, the daughter to the Speaker of the House, will talk about her powerful Mom in a Palm Springs event moderated by Mayor Geoff Kors.
Palm Springs Women in Film & Television’s new speaker series hosts Oscar winner Nick Vallelonga and actor, producer and Palm Springs booster Mike Hatton.
Furnishings by the iconic midcentury designers, Charles and Ray Eames, receive a Modernism Week showcase, including one with grandson Eames Demetrios.
“This isn’t like walking into Pandora and seeing the same charm in every store,” says Jef Tims of his store, Hephaestus Jewelry, in Palm Springs.