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.
The giant pachyderm perched above Highway 111 has unofficially welcomed visitors — and dirty cars — to Rancho Mirage since the late 1960s.
Sunnylands, the palatial 200-acre retreat that has hosted eight U.S. presidents, just might make it nine with President-elect Joe Biden.
Nellie Coffman began a tradition that made sure every child in Palm Springs was part of the city’s holiday celebration at The Desert Inn.
The desert may not conjure up Christmas, but it has played a role in some of the most treasured and classic holiday songs of all time.
A shopping center with charming stores and popular eateries, La Plaza has been the heart and soul of downtown Palm Springs for 84 years.
Ruby’s Dunes became a celebrity hangout thanks to Frank Sinatra encouraging his friends to join him at the Palm Springs restaurant.