Kathleen Sullivan:

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Dancing on the Edge of the Volcano by Rick Du Brow. News anchor Sullivan has survived has survived the ups and downs of the news business with style and substance. Through some of the bad times, she says the biggest help has been the warm and welcoming desert itself. An inspiring story.

Citizen Annenberg

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by Sarah Hagerty.
Rancho Mirage resident Ambassador Walter Annenberg’s turning 90 this month and it seemed like a good time to calculate how much good his philanthropy has done. It turns out to be incalculable.

Confessions of a Stud:

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The Frustrating
Retirement of Cigar by Dick Miller. Indian Wells resident Allen Paulson is betting that his thoroughbred stud Cigar, who has proven his prowess in racing, is also up to the task of creating little Cigarillos.

Agua Caliente band of Cahuilla Indians

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The unveiling of the Spa Hotel & Casino’s new facilities offers PSL readers the perfect opportunity to meet, in depth, this enterprising band. Not just a rich history, but a bright future as well.

About The Cover:

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Can just one image sum up 40 years of extraordinary publishing ? We didn’t think so, either. We asked Palm Springs computer artist Hal lester (last seen in the October 1997 issue) to weave some of our more famous covers into an in-your-face celebration. He chose this 3-D imagery, a way to look forward and backward at the same time.

Palm Springs Life’s exciting 40th Anniversary Year

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includes a special keepsake photography issue in April of 1998. Don’t miss our definitive photo history of Hollywood at play, a gallery of our most cherished covers from Bob Hope to Sharon Stone plus society photos, stunning historical homes and fashion from the 50’s to the 90’s.

You Saw It In Palm Springs Life

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Take a nostalgic trip through four decades of ultra lifestyle. We’ve culled
some of the best photos, most relevant stories and proudest moments and created a mosaic we hope stirs memories.

About The Cover:

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Sand castles? That’s just the start of the real estate opportunities available here in the Coachella Valley. From castles and condos to estates and compounds, the desert’s living standard is still among the world’s highest. And getting higher. But hurry; the availabilities are dwindling fast.

Fore! For One!

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by Murray Olderman. Photography by John Henebry. Multimillionaire Tim Blixseth is building his very own 18-hole golf course in Rancho Mirage. (Ambassador Annenberg’s course has only nine holes – sorry.) Take a good look, folks. This is the last time the public will see it.

Ageless Style

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As we continue our celebration of Palm Springs Life’s 40th anniversary, we’re continuing to look through the archives. Come relive the glorious history of desert interior design.