Murray and Marie Slaughter, played by desert residents Gavin MacLeod and Joyce Bulifant, were part of the memorable cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
They tore up the stage at Modernism Week, but now The Dreamboats solidify their love for Palm Springs with the release of a new, music video shot in town.
As America’s longtime funnyman, Howie Mandel has remained innovative. Now a popular TV fixture, the performer opens up about his own evolution.
Summers just got hotter (in a good way) with the new Broadway at the River revue featuring Musical Theater University students at Acqua California Bistro.
A new film, “Call Me Brother”, premiering this weekend, explores the dark comedic side of sibling incest and was financed by a Palm Springs resident.
Celebrity chatterbox Ross Mathews is branching and brunching out with an inventive, brand-expanding drag brunch at Moxie in Palm Springs.
Sara Evans, who is the fifth most-played female artist in country radio over the last 20 years, comes to Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in November.
Palm Canyon Theatre’s “Spring Awakening” is a worthwhile show with plenty of fun musical numbers, extremely inventive choreography, and serious teen angst.
Flat Black art supply and Westfield Palm Desert have created a hands-on, all-ages artmaking weekly workshop to give a whole new reason to go to the mall.
Idyllwild resident Conor O’Farrell has carved out a good acting career by being the bad guy to the point that it has seeped into his personal life.