View art from 60+ galleries at Intersect Palm Springs, get your midcentury fix at Modernism Week, and parade your pooch down El Paseo.
Whether you’re a foodie, a sports fan, or a culture connoisseur, or enjoy the outdoors, here are 15 ways to explore Greater Palm Springs
See a new take on a “Christmas Carol”, do last-minute holiday shopping at VillageFest, and view the classic “White Christmas” on Christmas.
Have your photo taken with Santa on El Paseo, learn behind-the-scenes dish from “Dynasty” trio, and savor a tamale feast in Indio.
Palm Springs introduces its new city park, local artists Karen and Tony Barone are honored, and Jason Bonham rocks out Led Zepplin tunes.
Palm Springs Life readers voted for Best of the Best in 20 categories in each of the 9 desert cities, and our editors chimed in with a pick.
The sun sets, the temps drop a little, and the desert lights up with a variety of activities after dark from bowling to drag shows.
Sunnyands will start offering three outdoor tours – historic, landscape, and bird walk – of the historic Annenberg estate in November.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens animal care director Roxanna Breitigan reveals what visitors don’t know about the zoo’s inhabitants.
It started on the back of an envelope. In 1970, when Karen Sausman was hired as the first director of The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens — known at that point as The Living Desert Reserve — the plucky naturalist and educator mapped out an ambitious plan for a sprawling campus in the heart of the Coachella Valley showcasing flora
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