The Coachella Valley health and medicine community has emerged better prepared for crisis since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.
It seems unlikely, but the coronavirus has created ideal conditions for a dramatic spike in real estate sales in the Coachella Valley.
For decades, education in the Coachella Valley was relying on a 1.0 version of methodology, but the pandemic forced a move to 2.0 overnight.
The dream envisioned in 1929 for the Salton Sea pictured luxury resorts, million-dollar homes, yacht clubs, and bustling cantinas.
Architect Sean Lockyer and his luxurious new homes push modernism and indoor-outdoor living to the next level.
A century ago, legendary photographer Edward S. Curtis documented the Cahuilla people on the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation.
It seems unlikely, but the coronavirus has created ideal conditions for a dramatic spike in home sales in the Coachella Valley.
An online exhibition at the Palm Springs Art Museum showcases atmospheric desert landscape photographs by Palm Springs pioneer Stephen H. Willard.
The Palm Springs Art Museum plans to reopen with an exhibition by Agnes Pelton to highlight a season that includes a virtual gala and drive-in art auction.
Coachella Valley home prices, sales, and inventory show a healthy real estate market in a time of the coronavirus pandemic.