The grass isn’t greener in Palm Springs through the lens of Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. His newest series reveals cracks in our perfect world.
The cracks are showing in the new line of jewelry by Yves Kamioner, a De Beers Diamonds International Award-winner, and they reveal something special.
Consider the incredible history of Indian Canyons and the centuries of Cahuilla life that preceded the canyon’s popularity among visitors and hikers.
Artist Lino Tagliapietra blows his expressive spirit into glass creations. See more than 30 glass objects on display at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Jim Isermann’s wildly bright, sunshine-y approach to abstraction nods to the modernism of midcentury Palm Springs.
John Hilton, who painted “A Morning in Spring” in 1969, came to the desert to collect on a debt and left as a figure in art history.
Meet 50 people whose everyday work and decision-making impact the quality of life in Palm Springs and surrounding desert cities.
A shared passion for historic landscape paintings of the Golden State, including a 1925 painting by Alson Skinner Clark, nourishes a couple’s relationship
Native artists’ depictions of U.S. injustices date back to Wounded Knee, but Cahuilla Gerald Clarke has clever twists worthy of a museum exhibition.
Palm Springs Life enlisted the research firm DataJoe to assess the retirement residences with care options in the Coachella Valley and identify the best.