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 Squares 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.
“Helping people earn an education is the most important thing we can do for humanity,” says Bighorn Golf Club Chairman R.D. Hubbard. His strong beliefs led him to form the R.D. & Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation.
Del Shores, the director of Southern Baptist Sissies, opened Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Sept. 19 at the Camelot Theatres with two sold-out screenings of the movie – the largest assemblage in the festival’s six-year history.
Capone, selected by Palm Springs Life as the Cutest Pet of the Year, and his daughter Brooklynn enjoy a privileged life with the newlywed Wilsons in Cathedral City.
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.
Someday, someone, somewhere will create a fascinating documentary about the life of Peter Coyote. Until then, he’s happy working from the other side of the camera.