The changing higher education landscape aims to raise the bar for students and increase earning and spending power in Greater Palm Springs.
The sensory display, “Beyond Van Gogh” opens in Indio, while Cinema Diverse and The Dinah begin the buildup to November’s Pride Palm Springs.
After an accident left Manny Doublin with pain issues, he became the first resident artist at CREATE Center for the Arts in Palm Desert.
Speaker Suzanne Somers gave her resounding approval of three Coachella Valley women who were honored at the recent Women Who Lead Luncheon.
Palm Springs Life’s 2022 Women Who Lead honorees make a daily, meaningful impact on the people they serve in the Coachella Valley.
College of the Desert hosts its biggest philanthropic event of the season March 31 with songs by Ann Hampton Callaway at McCallum Theatre.
Buildout plans for College of the Desert will run from one end of the Coachella Valley to the other, and may touch the lives of each resident.
Martha Garcia, a first generation college graduate, has risen through the ranks to land the top job at College of the Desert in Palm Desert.
Surprise! Some of Greater Palm Springs’ most anticipated new developments are on schedule — but a few remain in question.
Coachella Valley education leaders speak on the challenges caused by the pandemic, while shedding light on exciting future developments.
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