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.
In an exclusive excerpt from her book Mad Anatomy, Palm Springs author Kimberly Nichols reveals the improbable aesthetic in one of the world’s most perplexing killers.
The courage of people living with serious illness inspires activist actress Judith Light to confront her fears.
How we chill out in the world of 10,000 pools.
In its 15th year, Palm Springs International Film Festival has become the most important pre-Oscar stop for foreign-language films.
An exclusive excerpt from the new book Palm Springs Confidential, by Howard Johns.
Swing Time — Andrew Starke gives local baseball fans a chance to cheer.
Movie memorabilia from Steve Kiefer, Hollywood Memories. Sure, Bob Hope was a great TV star and a gifted vaudevillian but don’t discount his movies, some of the funniest moments ever committed to film. Pretty amazing considering his initial lousy screen test. A funny, warm tribute.