You could experience Desert X 2019 in one day, but the rush to all the art installations across the valley would leave no time to consider their messages.
What stands out about this year’s American Documentary Film Festival is material and events that revolve around Native Americans, and even their cuisine.
Snake Jagger’s way of turning his art pieces into a look-and-find activity works well in a big outdoor event like the upcoming Indian Wells Art Festival.
In “Stories I Only Tell My Friends: Live!”, Rob Lowe promises to pull back the curtain of Hollywood, fame, fatherhood, marriage, and a life lived large.
You can find out how five Coachella Valley artists interpreted “The House That Art Built” through April in downtown Indio.
Anchor Elizabeth Vargas tackled the issues of panic and addiction in a thought-provoking bestseller and opens up about her journey at Rancho Mirage Speaks.
Community organizing and crochet might seem an odd pairing at first, but there are similarities. Both involve small actions multiplied over time into complex systems. Both aim to improve quality of life. And both are satisfying when performed in a group. The artist Agata Oleksiak (known professionally as Olek) gained widespread attention in 2003 when she began using crochet as
While a mass killing seems an odd topic for a musical, “The View UpStairs” at Desert Rose Playhouse manages to be both funny and moving.
Paired with author Dennis Prager at the Desert Town Hall, talk show host Adam Carolla will open up about today’s youth and safe spaces to speak your truth.
Three generations of audiences are enjoying classic hits from Creedence Clearwater Revisited led by original members Doug “Cosmo” Clifford and Stu Cook.