Palm Springs Life Magazine June 2001
ON THE COVER — Alex Hyde-White remembers growing up in the desert during the 1970s, cruising along Palm Canyon Drive and working the stands at Angel Stadium.
Desert History: The Stuff They Left Out Of The History Books
The ’50s: Happy Days
Crinoline skirts, malt shops and the sweet innocence of Palm Springs.
The ’60s: Two Faces Have
What did ’60s teens Arthur Lyons and Susie and Dean Forman have in common? Absolutely nothing. Two views of a schizo decade.
The ’70s: Born To Run
By Alex Hyde-White.
Now he’s a famous movie actor (remember him as the polo player in Pretty Woman?) and producer. But back 30 years ago, you could have met him selling Eskimo Pies at Angel Stadium.
The ’80s: Hip To Be Square
From the designer of the decade through the religious vibes to the invention of the restaurant mister, Bamberg explores the terrain of the ’80s.
Palm Springs Weekends
Two Views of desert weekends. First, Connie Stevens describes her perfect weekend in the desert, from early morning golf to fabulous night-clubbing. Then New York author Ed Dwyer revisits the cast of the classic Warner Bros. film, Palm Springs Weekend, including Ms. Stevens, to jog their memories of the time spent filming here. A fun read.