The acclaimed Palm Desert theater opened Jan. 2, 1988, with a star-studded tribute to Bob Hope.
Andy Williams, the singer who was synonymous with the holiday season, made a vibrant life in his adopted hometown of La Quinta.
The first home constructed in Southridge pioneered the upscale gated enclave — and its rejuvenation from its 1960s roots in Palm Springs.
Palm Springs’ music history started when the Cahuilla Indians settled the area 5,000+ years ago, followed by celebs like Frank Sinatra.
In 1995, 3 U.S. presidents including Bill Clinton at Indian Wells Country Club and made PGA Tour history at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
For two decades, President Ronald and Nancy Reagan celebrated New Year’s at Sunnylands as houseguests of Walter and Leonore Annenberg.
Santos De Jesus catered the parties of Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra while making a name for himself among Palm Springs’ elite.
A generation of Hollywood stars found a privileged playground in the desert that set the stage for the idyllic resort lifestyle in Greater Palm Springs.