For 25 years, the Palm Springs Front Runners and Walkers has provided an active, social outlet while giving back to the LGBTQ+ community.
Before appearing at this weekend’s White Party Palm Springs, Paula Abdul chats about her gay fan base, and her connection to the desert.
Instead of heading indoors for a traditional ballroom event, DAP Health has taken its annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards outdoors.
The Barracks marks its 30th year in 2022, but gay bars have been part of Cathedral City dating back 50 years before it became incorporated.
White Party Palm Springs will pay tribute to its founder, Jeffrey Sanker, in late April and moves forward to ensure the party never stops.
A column devoted to promoting the LGBTQ+ history of the Coachella Valley starts by honoring National Women’s Month and the 1st lesbian hotel.
Kataluna Enriquez became the first transgender woman to compete in the Miss USA pageant in 2021, and now performs at AsiaSF in Palm Springs.
Living Out, the all-LGBTQ+ senior community in Palm Springs, will cater to renters rather than buyers when it opens in 2023.
The Desert Tennis Association’s Palm Springs Open attracts LGBTQ+ tennis players from around the world while supporting AAP-Food Samaritans.
Brad Fuhr took a media career built in the gay community and has leveraged it toward owning his own gay radio station in Palm Springs.