The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has a special place in the history and heritage of the Coachella Valley — and a vital role in the future of the area.
When Singh Chandi came to the Coachella Valley more than 20 years ago, he rode on the hope of achieving the American dream.
The 1981 movie, “An American Werewolf in London”, is coming back to the big screen coupled with a special appearance by the movie’s star, David Naughton, Sept. 13 to benefit the Indio Performing Arts Center.
Kenny Irwin, whose “Robo Lights” display brought thousands to tour his family’s Palm Springs home, is creating an indoor installation for the American Visionary Art Museum set to open Oct. 5 in Baltimore.
Artist Cristopher Cichocki’s “Desert Abyss: Cycle in Cycle” serves as a visually stunning wake-up call, using painting, photography, video, and sculpture, often punctuated under black light.
Desert Guide Editor Ebony March and contributing writer Nick Marcucci discuss their favorite happenings and places in the Coachella Valley. We call their dance … The Cha Cha.
Sunnylands garners great reviews and stimulates ideas to address challenges.
Humana Inc., the William J. Clinton Foundation, the PGA TOUR, and Desert Classic Charities unveil further details about the Humana Challenge PGA TOUR golf tournament at a media day event in La Quinta, California.
Although the Palm Desert Art of Food & Wine has been canceled, wine lovers can make a short drive to the San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival (Nov. 18-22), where chefs will compete for a package worth about $50,000
Shock and awe mark the better part of 50 years of now-iconic work by Dennis Hopper, Frank Gehry, and Ed Ruscha.