With tourists and part-time residents gone to cooler climes, those of us who endure the heat of summer enjoy the luxurious rewards of full-time residency.
An architecture enthusiast points out a few hidden treasures in Palm Springs.
In an exclusive excerpt from her book Mad Anatomy, Palm Springs author Kimberly Nichols reveals the improbable aesthetic in one of the world’s most perplexing killers.
The story of the late starlet Gladys Walton — one-time girlfriend of Al Capone — is either the stuff of hearsay or folklore. Luxurious Two Bunch Palms holds the secret.
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.