For almost a decade, the world has waited for John Isner to win at Indian Wells or one of the Grand Slams. He may finally put all the pieces together.
Lydia Hearst, great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst and youngest daughter of Patty, brings these spring fashions to life in Palm Springs.
Five chefs bring the terroir of Greater Palm Springs to the James Beard House in Manhattan and expand their horizons about the flavors of the desert.
Jay Thornton took his camera to the Horse Park to document the beauty and intensity behind the scenes at the elite HITS Horse Show jumping event.
Christine Soto uses Dead or Alive as a platform to build community and innovate in Palm Springs. didn’t turn out like I thought — but it feels good.”
Avoid volunteering for the heavy lifting now; rather, focus on the spirit of group energy. Share philosophy so that others are uplifted. More information is coming. Take extra time with decisions. It’s sometimes hard for the ram to slow down and experience compassion. If you truly listen, a cosmic secret is revealed, honing scouting skills that catapult you to a
Palm Springs has seen snow a few times over the decades, but never more than it did 40 years ago, on Jan. 31, 1979, when it blanketed the city.
ART Elaine Mathews would have felt perfectly at home in early-1900s Palm Springs. Like the impressionist painters of the time, she’d take her easel into the raw desert, find a compelling vantage point, and begin composing until the sun reached a spot where it could give her scene that fleeting hallelujah moment. She would exhibit her landscape paintings at Nellie
Much of the global presence and prestige of tennis stems from BNP Paribas, whose U.S. chief, Jean-Yves Fillion, returns this month to Indian Wells.
The Albert Frey designed Cree House was built in 1955 between Palm Springs and Cathedral City, but it’s history stretches back almost a decade earlier.