Wonderfully cast and beautifully costumed, Desert Theatreworks’ production of Into the Woods moves at a great pace and keeps the audience engaged.
The Palm Springs Public Arts Commission marks 30 years of accumulating and maintaining public art pieces with two October events.
Maybe it’s twist of fate or blessing from the divine—pun intended—but by all accounts, the culture has caught up with John Waters.
The Rancho Mirage Art Affaire, now in its 18th year, kicks off the Coachella Valley’s booming arts festival season, Nov. 3-4.
More than 100 artists in the Morongo Basin open their studios and interact with visitors during the self-guided Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours.
The estate of Barbara Sinatra will be sold during a series of auctions in December by Sotheby’s in New York.
Palm Springs resident Laurence Luckinbill was advised not to take a part in the controversial 1967 play, The Boys in the Band. But he did.
With an upcoming performance at Morongo Casino on Sept. 28, Boy George reveals soul-stirring revelations about his life.
Having crossed the threshold from child star to lead actor, Chloë Grace Moretz is exercising her celebrity to inspire the next generation.
A wide-spanning, season-long exhibition, Unsettled, explores a super region and the desert’s role within it at Palm Springs Art Museum.