Laura Dern is receiving a career achievement nod in Palm Springs where she spent many weekends — and was literally created. It is almost incomprehensible.
Once a major thoroughfare on Route 66 that served travelers from Chicago to LA, Amboy became a ghosttown and the perfect backdrop for Model Moa.
Architect Steven Ehrlich created a simple and airy Ridge Mountain House that disappears in, and opens to, the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs.
A third-place tie at the inaugural Desert Classic seeded a legacy for Masters champion Bob Goalby — and his family — at the PGA Tour event.
Liberace helped Elvis feel at home on stage by advising he add more “glitz” to his performance, and the duo became friends and neighbors in Palm Springs.
The Reserve in Indian Wells revamps its original clubhouse, and every member is involved in its more inviting contemporary design filled with natural light.
The highball — an effortless combination of booze, soda water, and ice — makes a comeback as a refreshing reprieve from complicated cocktails.
Hockey legend Grant Fuhr has a good reason for launching a new golf tournament in the desert to benefit the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.
P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes’ obsession led to an acquaintance and then a documentary film on Pierre Cardin screening at the Palm Springs Film Fest.
Billy Porter, who made history earlier in 2019 as the first openly gay man of color to win an Emmy Award as best actor, strikes a “Pose” in Palm Springs.