In the 1940s and’50s the Chi Chi was “a hip little place to come for wealthy people.”
Benjamin Lees’ Piano Trio No. 2 calls for hushed appreciation.
A selection of works from a Napa Museum leaves a funky vibe that’s distinctly Northern Californian.
Siegward Sprotte leaves a legacy of ‘organic abstraction’
The colorful, introspective glass sculptures of Ginny Ruffner prove fragile in more ways than the obvious
Raymond Moore found his niche at Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
Imagination and technical prowess prevail in an exhibition of late British sculptor Lynn Chadwick’s signature works.
On the cover;
Emily Procter of CSI:Miami.
Photography by Gilles Toucas.
In his new book, former Palm Springs Mayor Frank Bogert reveals characters who helped shape the city.
Separated by two months and thousands of miles, a Louisiana hurricane evacuee and his four-legged
friend renew their bond in an emotional reunion. Photography by Ethan