Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2019 (Softbound)

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Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2019 – The Annual Desert Living Issue. (softbound)
Cover Photography by Greg Swales.

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Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2019

ANNUAL DESERT LIVING ISSUE 2019

VALLEY

Making a Monument
When developers set their sights too close to the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, concerned citizens won support to create a national monument.
Words by Janice Kleinschmidt
Photographs by Tom Brewster

The Beat Goes On
Hollywood’s brightest set the stage for the idyllic resort lifestyle of Greater Palm Springs.
Words by David Lansing

The Empress
Sometimes, dancer and actress Jenna Dewan craves the Coachella Valley.
Words by Derrik J. Lang
Photographs by Greg Swales

Arnold Palmer’s Last Stand
In 1973, The King came to the desert and shot his best and final round on the PGA Tour.
Words by Bill Dwyre

Tweaking the Traditional
Native artists’ depictions of U.S. injustices date back to Wounded Knee, but Cahuilla Gerald Clarke’s clever twists prove worthy of a museum exhibition.
Words by Steven Biller
Photographs by Nate Abbott

To Live (and Not Die) in the Mojave
The wide-open High Desert has few rules, but day-trippers would be wise to take this advice before going too deep into the sandy wilderness.
Words by Ken Layne
Photographs by Lance Gerber

President’s Letter

Horoscope and Sky Watch

111 EAST

Auto
Rolls-Royce takes luxury off-road with the Cullinan, the marque’s first all-wheel- drive SUV.

Food
Ingredients once harvested by the Coachella Valley’s first inhabitants continue to flavor local dishes and drinks.

Heritage
That aaaaaaah sensation of hot mineral springs made Palm Springs a feel-good destination, and a local tribe is doubling down on that promise with a new spa.

SPECIAL SECTIONS

The Guide

ON THE COVER
Jenna Dewan at the On the Rocks house in Palm Springs wearing Charlene Tang gold sequin turban; Greta Constantine gold sequin top; necklace and rings from Baccarat on El Paseo.
Styling by Amy Lu.
Photograph by Greg Swales