FOOD Some days, even when the world seems sweet, you need something sour to remind you what it means to be alive. If you grew up in Palm Springs, you grew up in Jewish delis. The Gaiety. Buddy’s. Marvin’s. Nate’s. Sherman’s. There were upwards of a dozen of them valley-wide back in the 1970s and early ’80s. Only Sherman’s is
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Pit yourself against the pros.
Taylor Handley stands to bring a youthful focus to Palm Springs.
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Nick Faldo, possibly the best golfer in European history, swings off-course with a fine dining entry in Palm Desert.
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