Heading into season 15, The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies demonstrates some things improve with age.
Views from the most beautiful place on Earth. Photography by David Muench, Galen Rowell/Mountain Light, and Frank S. Balthis.
Palm Springs Film Noir Festival – Noir classics champion corruption, obsession, and fatalism on film.
Early California Impressionists set off an enduring tradition of plein air landscape painting that prevails in the Coachella Valley.
It’s no secret that Hollywood’s A-list comes to Palm Springs for peace and privacy, but the area’s most captivating attributes — postcard-perfect weather, wavy sand dunes, and snowcapped mountains — draw filmmakers and TV crews for as much work as play.
Palm Springs author William J. Mann parlays unprecedented access to a filmmaking legend into a definitive biography.
Q Television uses cable to connect the gay community.
Bright, fun, and eager to support important charities, Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart and husband Burt Sugarman consider the desert their home more than a weekend retreat.
Bob Trogman creates a home for old typesetting machines.
From midcentury abstraction to
cutting-edge contemporary, the
valley’s galleries are opening the season with sophisticated diversity.