Now a Cathedral City resident, Lee shook his booty as a member of the Village People, whose hits included “Macho Man,” “In the Navy,” and the enduring gay anthem “YMCA.”
Mercury retrograde alert! Eighty percent of you are subject to the inconsistencies of this time.
The woman who has spent a quarter of a century preserving the past at the Palm Springs Historical Society bows out
Fifty years ago, anthropologist Lowell Bean moved to the desert to live among the Cahuilla Indians
The Best of the Coachella Valley and Beyond
Over 50 years, Palm Springs Life has grown up with the legendary personalities, places, lifestyle, and events that give Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley an appreciable celebrity cachet.
From the discovery of natural hot springs to today’s full-service spas, the desert has drawn as many visitors and residents seeking a healthier way of life as it has Hollywood stargazers.
Famous (and not-so-famous) visionaries created the illusion, says historian Kevin Starr, that in Palm Springs, “You could escape time alongside celebrities who had kept you company throughout your life.”
Desert Art Center draws on its past, keeping artists in touch with the landscape.
Many of us were disappointed last year when the television show Hidden Palms — whose pilot was shot in Palm Springs — moved to Phoenix after the show was picked up by the CW network. Although the series lasted only six weeks, those were six weeks of shooting that could have generated work for local residents who work in the