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.
Every November in the desert, thousands of people unfurl their rainbow flags and take to the street in honor of all things LGBT
Native Wellingtons contain seitan, kale, portobello mushrooms, orange glazed yams, fabulous stuffing, caramelized onions, and shallot mushroom gravy on the side.
Award-winning author Julia Cameron masterfully penetrates creative barriers. Her books (The Artist’s Way, Vein of Gold, and The Right to Write) and workshops have helped countless individuals unleash their imaginative selves.
El Paseo luxury store remodels in preparation for a successful season.
Few things beat a day in the park. Add hot art, cool jazz, and flowing wine (and beer) and you have the ingredients for Rancho Mirage Art Affaire (Nov. 12-13).
Throughout October, select Coachella Valley salons and spas, in partnership with The Girlfriend Factor and Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities Convention and Visitors Authority, are offering discounted spa treatments, salon services, and/or spa-themed getaway packages.
As owner of the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Haagen has emerged as a “player” in world-renowned music festivals, partnering with concert promoter Goldenvoice to host the Coachella Music and Arts and Stagecoach festivals. The 250-acre property stays vital year-round with polo, car and dog shows, weddings, and other events.
The cheeky charm of Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District lures entrepreneurs — and patrons of the distinctive
Palm Desert store offers functional art: a $4,000 ashtray from esteemed designer Vladymir Rogov’s Desk Architecture collection.