This month, Art Palm Springs honors Ed and Andy Moses as artists of the year, an award previously given to Lita Albuquerque, Larry Bell, Judy Chicago, and Mel Ramos.
J. Scott Beaty is celebrating 25 years as house pianist at the McCallum Theatre, a gig he got on the recommendation of former President Gerald Ford.
Christopher Knight and Lloyd Schwartz, who made The Brady Bunch one of the most-loved TV sitcoms of the 1970s, have reunited for Dinner at Five starting Jan. 24 in Palm Desert.
The series, “Flaming Creatures”, appears alongside portraits Michael Childers captured at the Andy Warhol Factory studio in New York City as well as Warhol’s residence in Paris.
A packed house gave a proper send-off to the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s closing-night screening of The Last Movie Star at Palm Springs High School’s Richards Center for the Arts.
Film selected the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year by the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Patty Jenkins, who directed the blockbuster Wonder Woman, became the first woman to receive the Variety Creative Impact in Directing Award during the magazine’s awards brunch Jan. 3.
The 29th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival’s Awards Gala kicked off the season with élan as the red carpet was rolled out to nearly 2,400 guests and a galaxy of Hollywood stars.
The dedication by Sam Rockwell is apparent in every role, but that may be all they have in common. Looking over his filmography, from Iron Man to Frost/Nixon, no throughline emerges.
Homey little bits and glimpses are the kind of things only a close friend would know. For Barbara Sinatra, that friend was Nelda Linsk, who met then Barbara Marx in the fall of 1965.