Working quietly and almost invisibly, the Desert Mountains Land Trust is acquiring and protecting land for wildlife.
Shock and awe mark the better part of 50 years of now-iconic work by Dennis Hopper, Frank Gehry, and Ed Ruscha.
Pit yourself against the pros.
Steve Maloney parlays contraband from airport security checkpoints into colorful constructions that capture a moment in history.
The latest spa trend has less to do with the muds, scrubs, and wraps on the menu than the spa-goers themselves. With that in mind, it seems everything old is new again. The “friend trend” harks to ancient Roman baths, which were important gathering centers.
The Offbeat of Symphonies — Fun and flavorful performances remain the best-kept secret of Palm Desert’s arts scene.
Boscoso promises ‘modern’ Italian fare in a familiar, family atmosphere
Two master suites and a spectacular powder room create a serene retreat for the owners and guests of this home at Tradition Golf Club. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky, Interior design by Jeffrey Jurasky & Associates, Inc.
TB Puts PS on the Map There is no question: Tuberculosis put Palm Springs on the map. Up until 1876 when the Southern Pacific Railroad cut through the San Gorgonio Pass to Los Angeles, the area stood virtually undiscovered by white pioneers. Johnny was the first of many invalids to come and be healed in the healthy desert climate. Among
No one serves up relaxation and rejuvenation like
the innovative spas of the Palm Springs Desert Resorts.