Andy Williams, the singer who was synonymous with the holiday season, made a vibrant life in his adopted hometown of La Quinta.
There is perhaps no brighter beacon of the season than the 45-foot holiday tree that shines atop Mount San Jacinto each December.
Welcome to the Coachella Valley. Discover the backstories and amenities that make each of the nine desert cities unique and vibrant.
Though powered by state-of-the-art solar panels, the Trading Post has overlooked Palm Canyon for almost a century—who built it, and why?
The Palm Springs Air Museum preserves America’s wartime history, hosts regular events, educational programs, and has an aerospace library.
Irene Rodriguez of Cabot’s Pueblo Museum in Desert Hot Springs explains the meaning and traditions of Día de los Muertos and the altars.
Constructed in 1884, the McCallum Adobe is the oldest building still standing in Palm Springs. It was moved to its current site in the 1950s.
Greater Palm Springs has a history as rich as its beauty. Here’s are 50 scene-shifting moments that made the desert a sweet spot in SoCal.
Before you descend into Palm Canyon, consider its centuries-old history as the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
The crusading spirit of rabble-rousing “desert rat” Harry Griffith Oliver encourages us to stand tall — and keep our eyes to the sky.