The Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra, brought his entourage to Palm Springs for a little sun and fun, including baseball great Leo Durocher.
The Colony Palms Hotel in Palm Springs hides an infamous underground playground when booze and gambling in the 1930s were outlawed.
He wasn’t sick, but laborer-turned-hermit William Pester found many reasons to seek a cure in the canyons near Palm Springs.
In January 1978, the groundwork was laid to create the Historic Site Preservation Board to protect buildings like the 1936 Plaza Theatre.
Armed with a camera and a .38 revolver, Susie Keef Smith and her cousin, Lula Mae Graves, set out in the 1920s to document the desert outback.
Gourd rattles are the most common and have been an inherent part of Agua Caliente culture for generations.
Walter and Leonore Annenberg appear to have delighted in bringing their circle of friends together at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage.
Take away your midcentury modernism and you’d be hard-pressed to find a more iconic structure in Palm Springs than El Mirador Tower.
Walter and Leonore Annenberg’s legendary hospitality inspired countless gifts, most of which they displayed at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage.
On Nov. 7, 1948 the brand-new Town & Country Café opened its doors in downtown Palm Springs at the top of “The Center”.