Palm Springs Life Magazine October 2001

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ANNUAL DESERT PROGRESS ISSUE

ON THE COVER — Actor Tom Selleck and his brother Robert are all smiles: Their jointly-owned construction company just built Cathedral City’s latest addition — the stunning Mary Pickford Theatre and a 1,200-car parking structure, with more to come. The photograph is by Richard Reinsdorf/Winston West. Thanks to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City for allowing our camera crew to shoot these photographs on their premises. Thanks, too, to Lou Hammond for making the arrangements.

FEATURES:

We’re In The Money?
By Hank Stokes.
What does the economic data show about the desert cities? Except for hotel sales, things look pretty rosy at present. Don’t count those chickens yet, though.

Cover Story: Team Cathedral City
By Stewart Weiner.
Meet the men and women (from Robert Selleck — Tom’s brother — to Susan Moeller and all in between) who dreamed up those outlandish plans for Cathedral City and read how they pulled it off so far.

Self-Made!
By Steven Brown. Photography by Tom Keller.
Entrepreneurship abounds in the desert as evidenced by the many men and women we found who took the plunge and became their own bosses. A real eye-opener.

Blue Skies
By Stewart Weiner.
What’s in store for the valley in the upcoming year? Here are the plans, renderings and architectural drawings of our future.

SPECIAL SECTIONS:

At Home Desert Living
Edited by Jean Penn. Designed by Bill Russom.
Meet interior designers, discover desert flora, watch a hostess in action and see what your neighbors are doing with concrete.

The Annual Home Improvement Guide
Names, addresses and phone numbers of the suppliers, contractors and others who can handle the job.

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