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.
The courage of people living with serious illness inspires activist actress Judith Light to confront her fears.
Debbie Bertram and Susan Bloom pen a children’s book to educate students about the mountains that surround them.
Entertain and educate your guests in the kitchen with help from Chef Tony Thomas.
You recognize their names everywhere you turn — luminaries who earned their way by helping to put Coachella Valley on the map. By Howard Johns.
Interview by B.W. Cook, Photography by Ethan Kaminsky. William Asher is the original director of the classic I Love Lucy episodes and from there went on to carve an amazing career in TV and films. We rummage through his La Quinta home for mementos.