Director Del Shores, who found a second home in Palm Springs with the film version of “Sordid Lives”, will open the Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival with his latest, “Southern Baptist Sissies”.
There were plenty of blondes in downtown Palm Springs for the Forever Marilyn Palm Springs Look-A-Like contest Aug. 1 honoring the late Marilyn Monroe.
One of the greatest gifts the Greater Palm Springs Area has to offer is variety, especially for LGBT singles looking to get the most out of their stay.
Like the fight La Quinta resident Chris Hermann has taken on against cancer, the July 27 fundraising event at Azul in Palm Springs will accomplish the same with a little more flair.
Palm Springs native Josh King caught the attention of the judges during auditions for the hit Fox TV show, “So You Think You Can Dance”, by standing out in the crowd. Literally.
Weekender helps plan out your weekend in Palm Springs and the desert resort cities with concerts, events, restaurants, nightlife, clubs and the world of entertainment only found in the desert.
The combination of DJ Kimberly S and the Mid Summer Dance Party has raised the bar on the sixth annual desert pool event to benefit Desert AIDS Project.
Janet Malachowsky is the first lesbian president of the Desert Business Association in more than 10 years, and she plans to expand the horizons of the LGBT organization.
The appearance of the Palm Springs High School marching band in the Palm Springs Gay Pride Parade created a fervor captured in a documentary film featured in this week’s Palm Springs International ShortFest.
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.