An abandoned Southern Pacific Railway boxcar became a temporary school for 17 students, who excelled thanks to the efforts of Della Lindley.
The Frank Sinatra grave marker at Desert Memorial Park has changed recently, and it may be the result of a long-standing family feud.
In 1966, Prince Philip made a stop in Greater Palm Springs and “loved every minute,” including a visit with former President Eisenhower.
The former Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway in Palm Springs was recently purchased by a buyer who plans to restore the 1960s property.
In the 1960s, Palm Springs was like a version of Hollywood East featuring movie stars like William Powell, the infamous “Thin Man”.
A pair of developers joined forces with architect Richard Harrison to create the fairway cottages at Shadow Mountain Club in Palm Desert.
Sixty years ago, owner Gene Autry brought professional baseball to Palm Springs Stadium when the Angels opened spring training.
Harriet Cody helped begin a movement of significant pioneer women who created a community that later became a world-class destination.
King Camp Gillette, inventor of the safety razor, first came to Palm Springs as a hotel guest and later built a home just south of downtown.
Paul Revere Williams, the first licensed African-American architect west of the Mississippi, put his modernist mark on Palm Springs.