Coachella impresario Paul Tollett loves to stage reunions, but when searching for music’s cutting edge, he listens abroad.
The grass isn’t greener in Palm Springs through the lens of Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. His newest series reveals cracks in our perfect world.
What films make up your favorites? Redbox has a list of the 10 best feel good films to help fill your weekend as we continue to “Shelter in Place”.
On a hillside in Hemet, a couple of professional actors, a few horses, and an entire community bring “Ramona,” a slice of California history, to life.
An eight-part podcast series from Desert X offers conversations with the 14 featured artists from the recent site-responsive exhibition in Saudi Arabia.
Mark Thompson has been crossing paths with Frank Sinatra most of his life, and led to writing a book featuring Ol’ Blue Eyes’ tailor, Umberto Autore.
Sean Kanan called on a few of his connections, including daytime television veteran Tristan Rogers to make the six-part web series called “Studio City”.
Palm Springs artist Jim Isermann has transformed the exterior of the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center.
Since the Native FilmFest launched in 2001, indigenous filmmakers from around the globe have shared their vivid work and dynamic stories in the desert.
Bombay Beach, a post-apocalyptic star of an drawn out disaster with the Salton Sea, is riding a resurgence with a Literary Week set for later in March.