The Agua Caliente people survived and thrived thanks to the fresh water that snaked through the canyons of the San Jacinto mountain range.
Pulsating along the periphery of its new forthcoming cultural center, the Agua Caliente Hot Mineral Spring bubbles as it has since time immemorial.
In a career spanning more than 30 years, celebrated chef and restaurateur Scott Conant has entrenched himself in the consciousness of foodies worldwide.
Wine tasting at Palm Desert Food & Wine provides the perfect opportunity to pinpoint the blends and varietals that best suit your palate.
Coachella Valley’s housing market presents a complex tapestry threaded with often unpredictable conditions and a richly mottled inventory reflective of nine cities with nine singular temperaments. Woven into this delicate fabric are key qualities specific to valley real estate — distinctive architectural styles, diverse lifestyles, comparative affordability, and a global reputation as a resort destination — that provide resilience and
The Coachella Valley is lucky to have an abundance of people who give time, money, and expertise in the service of others to sustain a quality of life.
CAMEO Dressed in a flower-print frock, short faux leopard boots, extreme cat-eye specs, and a man’s button-down shirt bearing hand-painted designs, Linda Carmella Sibio stands out in a crowd; she’s the pink cupcake with rainbow sprinkles in a box of buttermilk doughnuts. Her singularity is without pretense, her fashion sense a whirl of whimsy and thrift. Diagnosed with schizophrenia in
James Hammons’ art hangs on the walls of the Natural Sisters Cafe in Joshua Tree in vivid testimony to the creative liberty he enjoys.
Long before it became fashionable — Charles Stinson and his firm, Charles R. Stinson Architecture + Design, have practiced environmentally synergistic architecture.
Creating a platform for autism awareness through visual art has become artist Deborah Martin’s current passion.