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.
It’s impossible to ignore the 80-by-96-inch sculpture by L.A.–based British artist Anthony James that will be at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert.
Public art stirs controversy but almost always benefits communities – which is why we’re seeing more of it in the Coachella Valley.
Charlie, a robot and the newest member of the surgical team at JFK Memorial Hospital, has successfully completed more than 150 general surgical procedures.
La Quinta Arts Festival will not be back in 2020 due to struggles by the La Quinta Arts Foundation to navigate the city’s growth surrounding the festival venue.
Guests learned about the history, health and medical benefits, and growth of commercial and retail cannabis at a dinner hosted by Wally’s Desert Turtle.