Eighteen-year-old Katherine Kearns is already an accomplished film director whose short documentary, ‘A Family Like Mine’, will screen at the highly regarded Palm Springs International ShortFest, which runs June 18-24.
This year’s fifth annual Joshua Tree Gay Pride Festival on June 15, which carries the theme “A Celebration for Progress”, comes as the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule on the validity of Proposition 8.
Since ‘I Do’ premiered last year, the timing couldn’t have been better with gay marriage and California’s Proposition 8 amendment being weighed by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Palm Springs has been chosen the No. 1 gay friendly city in the country – ahead of San Francisco – by nerdwallet.com, based on based municipal laws, community and peer support, and safety and tolerance.
Palm Springs resident Gary Costa, who was recently hired as executive director of the LGBT Community Center of the Desert, looks forward to taking the organization from its senior-only roots to a full-fledged resource center.
This weekend’s Palm Springs 2013 Hot Rodeo at the A.C. Dysart Equestrian Park in Banning features a mix of competition, a pool party, dancing and raising money for community organizations.
Gary Costa, who served as interim executive director of the LGBT Community Center of the Desert in Palm Springs since November 2012, has been named executive director following a nationwide search.
Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau has been honored with a TravelAge West 2013 Editor’s Pick Award in the category of Best of the West: Best Western Destination for Gay Travel.
“Golden Gays”, which premieres March 22 with back-to-back episodes on the Slice network, follows a group of outrageously loveable characters during their fabulous mishaps as they ‘retire’ in Palm Springs.
Michael Holmes of ‘The Judy Show’will host the second annual event, which encourages solidarity by wearing red as a symbol to support people who have been ostracized.