Palm Springs Life Magazine October 2004
THE ANNUAL PROGRESS ISSUE
ON THE COVER — Mary Hart.
As Seen On TV
Bright, fun, and eager to support important charities, Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart and husband Burt Sugarman consider the desert their home more than a weekend retreat.
Change in the Wind
Statistics aside, you need only open your eyes to the profound growth and sophistication sprawling from one end of the valley to the other.
Here’s Looking at You, Kid!
Before declaring yourself the picture of perfect health, have you considered what a picture of your health might look like?
In Coachella, farmers are embracing new technology to advance the desert’s agricultural business.
PALM DESERT MAGAZINE
Palm Desert: the geographic, economic heart of the valley.
Sculptures by blue-chip and emerging artists captivate Palm Desert residents and tourists.
Bighorn Golf Club lands a major LPGA tournament.
California’s first artist colony exports several fine galleries to El Paseo.
A first-rate trails system seeks balance between access and preservation.
Desert dweller Frederick Swann warms up for his Walt Disney Hall debut.
Are local colleges meeting the desert’s changing needs?