“Gypsy” is not an assumed name. Get that straight. Nor is it a moniker bestowed. Gypsy is a title James Haake earned and continues to share in Palm Springs.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that, after 31 years and dozens of auctions, Keith McCormick would be jaded about classic automobiles and the people who love them. He has met literally everyone from multimillionaires to monarchs — well, at least their cars. Mary Pickford, Howard Hughes, and even King Edward VIII have been represented at McCormick’s Classic Car Auctions, the
Perhaps it’s fitting that it’s an actor — someone whose trade is to pretend to be someone else — who rethinks and challenges what we assume makes a “real man.” Scott Turner Schofield, the actor, storyteller, monologist and gender activist, is perhaps best known as the first transgender actor on daytime television for his breakthrough role on the soap opera,
This year’s Palm Springs Pride Parade might be able to lay claim to its own version of The Music Man. It might include 76 trombones and 110 cornets right behind. The harmonic convergence is Palm Springs Pride as the city hosts the 2016 Lesbian and Gay Band Association Conference over the same weekend. More than 400 participants in the LGBA
Coachella and Stageoach festivalgoers have no excuse not to sample some of the best Mexican food in the valley.
Since 2001, the Modernism Show & Sale has ignited the modern aesthetic resurgence by bringing to the Palm Springs Convention Center a jaw-dropping collection from all over the world.
Explaining why you need espresso is like explaining why some people comment on Facebook using all-capital letters: sometimes, it’s just what you gotta do.