If the holiday season has snuck up on you and you’re feeling behind, here are some great $50-or-under suggestions to keep the yuletide not only gay but fabulously so.
Shot entirely in and around Palm Springs, Desert Migration is a documentary about 13 gay men who moved to the desert to deal with their HIV+ status.
The Coachella Valley celebrates diversity and offers acceptance like no other from parties, parades, and powwows — as well as more gay and gay-friendly businesses per capita than any other gay destination.
Why not bring your faithful furry friend along and turn your next relaxing getaway into a fun-for-the-whole-family “petaway”?
In ‘Do I Sound Gay?’ filmmaker David Thorpe explores this linguistically and culturally rich phenomenon by documenting his quest to come to terms with the anxiety brought on by his tonal quality.
Darryl Macdonald, executive director of the Palm Springs International Film Society, tells his favorite aspect of the Palm Springs International ShortFest, which opens June 16.
Ask a film lover to describe the moment cinema changed his life, and you’re likely to get an enthusiastic response. For Darryl Macdonald, executive director of the Palm Springs International Film Society, that moment came when his parents took him to see Bonnie and Clyde.
The LGBT Community Center of the Desert provides a bridge to bring LGBT people together through a variety of health and wellness offerings.
The first-ever Cathedral City LGBT Days opens April 3 as part of a three-day celebration that includes an opening-night party, pool parties, dance parties, an Easter egg hunt for kids, and a costume-themed charity race.