I hope this 39th edition of Palm Springs Life’s annual Desert Living issue will amaze and delight like no other. The ingredients are here, starting with the extraordinary story lineup. Every year our editors and contributing writers stock the September book with A+ material. We begin with Senior Editor Ellen Alperstein’s examination of the wildlife resource management work done by
It’s kind of impossible to think of Gail Simmons without thinking of food. The Toronto native has forged a culinary career over the last two decades that’s touched on just about every possible aspect of the food world. She attended cooking school, toiled on the line inside the kitchens of fabled New York restaurants, worked for a world-renowned French chef,
The sounds of music and song filled Rancho Mirage’s new amphitheater as it opened Nov. 7 with the Rancho Mirage Art Affaire in the backdrop at the city’s community park.
The Pets On Parade luncheon, presented by Pegasus Therapeutic Riding and Loving All Animals, put another exclamation point on the summer by honoring the efforts of individuals who rescue animals from harms way.
Jackson, winner of Palm Springs Life’s Cutest Pet Contest, was rescued from a water pipe in the Mecca desert by Loving All Animals and adopted by Valerie Powers Smith and Dr. Mark Smith.
Celebrated photographer Douglas Kirkland brought stories to go with the photos he shot 53 years ago of famed designer Coco Chanel during a recent book tour stop at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert.
Boots in Square Palm Springs, a gay square dance club, is open to all comers and offers a fun way to meet new people and exercise your body and brain.
The city of Rancho Mirage has all of its communications tools in place with the recent publication of R/M Magazine, which was officially launched Jan. 14 with a celebration at Wally’s Desert Turtle.
“WEU is a degree-granting, free online university,” says Founder, Chairman and CEO Curtis Pickering. “Anytime, anywhere in the world, you can pick your degree program and get a free, high-quality education.
“We know that in order to succeed in the 21st century economy you must be able to compete globally, collaborate regionally and execute locally,” says Dr. Joel L. Kinnamon, Superintendent/President of College of the Desert.
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