Chris Daughtry found his star soaring during his appearance on the fifth season of American Idol, but he has not burned out by finding himself and staying true to his music.
Tom Jones, who performs May 25 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, is much more than the image record producers first introduced to the world more than 50 years ago.
California Desert Arts Council has opened applications for Arts Tank Greater Palm Springs, a program inviting people and organizations to pitch big-impact ideas to win valuable support.
White Party Palm Springs, begun in 1989 by Jeffrey Sanker, has evolved from a “fly-in party” to the mack-daddy of what are now called circuit parties. And the city has grown up alongside it.
Rough Play Projects, a spinoff of Elizabeth Tinglof’s L.A.-based Rough Play Collective, has brought its first site-specific installation to Joshua Tree called ” Available to All.”
The ninth annual Shakti Fest sets up camp May 10–14 at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center featuring yoga, song, dance, seminars, and workshops.
Middle-age may be creeping up on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but co-creator Kevin Eastman will talk about why it still has plenty of spunk and popularity at Indio’s Fantasia Comic Con.
Farewell My Lovely will be the opening-night feature for the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival in Palm Springs, which screens an inventive mix of classic film noir led by fest director Alan K. Rode.
With the screening of Mary Janes: The Women of Weed at the recent Palm Springs Cannabis Film Festival and Summit, filmmaker Windy Borman sheds light on the “Puffragettes” of the cannabis industry.
“Warhol in the Park,” a valley-wide arts and education community engagement that introduces youth to pop artist Andy Warhol, will conduct its final event May 6 in Coachella.