The desert may not conjure up Christmas, but it has played a role in some of the most treasured and classic holiday songs of all time.
Rico Simonini met Frank Sinatra when he was 6, and later his upbringing in Brooklyn served him well portraying the late legend in a movie.
Ruby’s Dunes became a celebrity hangout thanks to Frank Sinatra encouraging his friends to join him at the Palm Springs restaurant.
Palm Springs resident and acclaimed singer Trini Lopez tells his story in an upcoming documentary by the same desert duo who brought you “House of Cardin”.
Mark Thompson has been crossing paths with Frank Sinatra most of his life, and led to writing a book featuring Ol’ Blue Eyes’ tailor, Umberto Autore.
Jimmy Van Heusen, the guy who wrote the music for Frank Sinatra’s hits, may also be responsible for bringing Ol’ Blue Eyes to the desert.
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.
It’s fitting that Richard Shelton headlines his enigmatic hit stage show, “Sinatra and Me,” at The Purple Room at the Club Trinidad Hotel in Palm Springs.
The inaugural Architecture and Design Film Series will present a lineup of architecture and design-centric films during Modernism Week in Palm Springs.
The Costa Family celebrated more than 40 years serving the Coachella Valley with the recent renovation of its Palm Springs restaurant, Johnny Costa’s Ristorante. This classic Italian restaurant in the downtown district underwent a major makeover during its summer break and reopened with a new look Sept. 1. The late Frank Sinatra was a regular at Johnny Costa’s, where the
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