The Women Who Lead honorees were once followers, and each shares their experiences on how they emerged as leaders in the Coachella Valley.
Spurred by his love of Pioneertown and western films, Julian Pinder saw an opportunity to create a small-scale international film festival.
“Palm Springs Noir” features a collection of 14 short stories set in desert cities and written by authors with Coachella Valley ties.
When she’s not fearlessly navigating Hollywood, “Euphoria” and “The White Lotus” actress Sydney Sweeney gets away from it all in the desert.
Palm Canyon Theatre welcomes back live audiences with “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” opening July 9, and the start of its 25th season.
Unforgivable, the first Salvadoran film qualified to compete for an Oscar nomination, will be able to submit their short for Oscar consideration after winning Palm Springs ShortFest. PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL SHORTFEST Unforgivable, the story of a gang member serving time in Salvordoran prison who is gay, earned the Greater Palm Springs CVB Best of the Festival Award announced
The pandemic spawned a new direction for Palm Desert watercolor artist Robin St. Louis, whose work becomes a puzzle you put together at home.
A refreshing optimism is coursing through the Palm Springs Art Museum after selecting Adam Lerner as the new CEO and executive director.
In “Bedside Matters”, Palm Springs author and artist Richard Alther examines life’s priorities when the end is near for a wealthy man.
Filmed in the Coachella Valley during the pandemic, producer Mike Hatton and director Christian Sesma persevere to complete “Take Back”.