One thing that makes the desert a world apart is the hours the residents keep. Most other resorts thrive at night. We do our share of midnight howling, too, but the big time of day in the desert is early morning. Way early morning. In fact, we get more done by nine that most places do all day. Come along with photographer Ethan Kaminsky as we explore the a.m. options. Watch for celebrity faces.
You can only visit a museum, but you can stay at Steven Lowe’s homages.
It’s no secret that Hollywood’s A-list comes to Palm Springs for peace and privacy, but the area’s most captivating attributes — postcard-perfect weather, wavy sand dunes, and snowcapped mountains — draw filmmakers and TV crews for as much work as play.
A Rancho Mirage resident who worked closely with Jim Henson recalls his brightest memories of taking TV’s first puppetshow for adults to prime time.
Young, talented, and blessed with supermodel good looks, Natalie Gulbis represents a new generation of LPGA pros.
An exclusive excerpt from the new book Palm Springs Confidential, by Howard Johns.
As we engage in fun and revelry, the city of Rancho Mirage enjoys about a half a million dollars in sales-tax revenue from The River, the popular dining and entertainment destination. Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.