The local tribe invites the world to learn about and celebrate its important history here in the Coachella Valley.
Rancho Mirage Festival of the Arts fêtes its 20th anniversary with a new name and a new format, Nov. 5–6 at the Rancho Mirage Community Park.
The allure of Andreas, Palm, and Murray canyons in Palm Springs, collectively known as the Indian Canyons, forge a deep connection to history.
In “Cultural Cannibalism”, 6 desert artists explore ideas of cultural absorption, depletion, and more at the Coachella Valley Art Center.
Buildout plans for College of the Desert will run from one end of the Coachella Valley to the other, and may touch the lives of each resident.
In “Bedside Matters”, Palm Springs author and artist Richard Alther examines life’s priorities when the end is near for a wealthy man.
I became a birder after the shutdown. I wasn’t alone: Thousands of people picked up binoculars and downloaded bird identification apps.
Set to open in downtown Palm Springs, the Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza will be the second-largest Native American cultural center in the United States.
The Palm Springs International Animation Festival offers a one-day getaway from the holiday hustle on Dec. 14 featuring the Netflix film, “I Lost My Body”.
The Museum of Ancient Wonders opens in Cathedral City with replicas of King Tutankhamun artifacts, African masks, and prehistoric fossils.