Flat Black art supply and Westfield Palm Desert have created a hands-on, all-ages artmaking weekly workshop to give a whole new reason to go to the mall.
People know him from the 1970s TV show “Barney Miller”, and actor Hal LInden will bring that character to his musical review show Feb. 9 in Rancho Mirage.
When Yucca Valley artist Don McPherson sets out each day for a walk, he is exercising more than his pet Rotweiler. He’s discovering his next work of art.
Ruben Gonzalez’s never-say-die activism started alongside Cesar Chavez and continues with Coachella’s artistic set.
The Rancho Mirage Observatory, which opened in March, is just beginning to flex its programming capabilities this summer.
Coachella Valley students have a unique opportunity to experience the rich history of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in a classroom that has no walls. The Tribe’s Junior Ranger Program brings students ranging from preschool to college level to Indian Canyons in Palm Springs, a picturesque setting that allows full interaction of the surrounding terrain, floral, and fauna.
Imagine a gourmet Italian dinner, designed by a French chef, on a plaza overlooking a golf course, with a dozen seven-story-high hot air balloons glowing nearby. Add a glass or two of Chianti, plus a chance to make new friends, with music and dancing, and you’ve got a quintessential desert evening that is part of Cathedral City Hot Air Balloon
When the costume and set designer at Palm Canyon Theatre took on Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, they knew the play created the biggest questions of their careers: How do you include a life-sized tour bus onstage and create as many as 120 costumes with 40 headpieces from scratch? “We’ve tried to stay true to the original movie from 1994,”says
Gary Rust will do just about anything to ensure his place in the U.S. Running Streak Association remains intact. Since 1983, Rust has run at least once a day to ranked 44th in the country with 34.28 consecutive years. The No. 1 ranking belongs to another Californian, Jon Sutherland, whose streak dates back to 1969 or 17,671 consecutive days. The
At 10,000 feet, Chris Dabolt calmly turns the engine off. The propeller’s spin lulls to a complete stop. Cool, crisp air wafts through the clear cockpit canopy. It’s serene and beautiful. We are gliding. A minute ago we were sitting in a powered aircraft. Now that craft has become a glider. What an incredible way to view the Santa Rosa