arnold palmer

Arnold Palmer’s Last Stand

In 1973, The King came to the desert and shot his best and final round on the PGA Tour.

Bill Dwyre Current PSL, Golf

In 1973, Arnold Palmer solidified his reign as The King when he came to the desert and shot his best and final round on the PGA Tour.

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Just Married

Personal touches and thoughtful details sweetened the moment at 15 Greater Palm Springs venues.

Lisa Marie Hart Current Digital, Weddings Planner

Bring the personal touches and thoughtful details from couples married at one of 15 Greater Palm Springs venues to your wedding planner.

Horoscopes March 2019

March 2019 Horoscopes

Sherryl Nova Current PSL, Horoscope

Avoid volunteering for the heavy lifting now; rather, focus on the spirit of group energy. Share philosophy so that others are uplifted. More information is coming. Take extra time with decisions. It’s sometimes hard for the ram to slow down and experience compassion. If you truly listen, a cosmic secret is revealed, honing scouting skills that catapult you to a


Forgotten Frey

The lovingly restored Cree House opens for its first public tours during Modernism Week.

David Lansing Current PSL, Modernism

The Albert Frey designed Cree House was built in 1955 between Palm Springs and Cathedral City, but it’s history stretches back almost a decade earlier.

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Los Angeles is ‘One for the Books’

Palm Springs historian Peter Moruzzi takes us through the City of Angels’ history using myriad collectibles.

Lydia Kremer History

During the first decade of the 20th century, the skyline of Los Angeles resembled something more akin to Texas. “There were thousands of oil derricks crowded into neighborhoods just east of downtown, including the front and backyards of numerous homes,” says Palm Springs historian Peter Moruzzi. The images of L.A. astounded Moruzzi as he compiled his book, Greetings from Los Angeles,

High Desert

The Inn Crowd

The creative souls who own and manage historic properties in the High Desert have been a boon for the region. Their passion for preservation is inspired.

Elizabeth Jenkins Hotels & Resorts

Cattlemen and cactus poachers, miners and musicians, activists and artists. Homesteaders and Harley riders, Native Americans and netpreneurs, tree huggers and trailblazers. For more than 5,000 years, people of all kinds have visited Joshua Tree. What was once a national monument frequented by roughly 30,000 people per year is now an 800,000-acre national park whose popularity is growing at a