Camping is a great way to step off the rat-race treadmill for a couple of days and reconnect with your inner Thoreau. Here are a few suggestions for camping in surrounding parks and recreation areas.
Beautiful music soars skyward as colorful umbrellas catch the sun during April’s annual Festival of Opera & Art at Palm Desert Civic Center Park.
Smoky sensuality straddles the line between sexy and downright seductive during “The 9th Tango.” This is definitely a different dance experience.
The world’s No. 2-ranked tennis player eschews the suggestion that he is the sport’s hottest stud. “I see myself as a very normal guy,” he says, “definitely not as a sex symbol.”
Touted as the biggest gathering of lesbians in the world, this is a party that never rests.
TV’s Patrick Warburton brings round two of his charity tournament to
Shimmy, shake, or just chill to cool sets of sundry sounds by DJ Day on Thursdays through March at Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs.
Take a step back in time while glimpsing the future along the hippest, most mod half-mile strip in the desert. Spend the day — and evening — in Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District savoring great food, fashion, art, and design.
Trio’s commitment to locally grown and raised products translates into a farm-to-table experience in a bright mod setting.
It can get downright chilly in the desert during winter. On those days when the weak February sun can’t seem to warm up the bones, head to a Coachella Valley spa.