The history of Palm Springs is one where developers, visionaries, and quite a few celebrities came together to make the town we know today.
The BNP Paribas Open features the world’s top tennis players starting this week and purchase decorative Easter eggs in Old Town La Quinta.
With a renaissance on TikTok and an upcoming desert concert, Paul Anka is feeling busy, relevant, and ready to talk about Sinatra and the mob.
Palm Springs’ music history started when the Cahuilla Indians settled the area 5,000+ years ago, followed by celebs like Frank Sinatra.
Billy Van Zandt and company poke fun at what ails men as they age in “The Boomer Boys Musical” this month at the Palm Springs Cultural Center.
Rancho Mirage’s Ron Hicklin, who appears during Modernism Week, led a singing group that gave voice to groups like The Partridge Family.
When you attend the Oasis Music Festival in January, you’ll be treated to seeing musical acts inside the Purple Room where Sinatra hung out.
New champions will be crowned at the Pickleball Nationals in Indian Wells and have your pet photographed with Santa to assist a nonprofit.
What to do in the desert in December? View tree lighting ceremonies and enjoy the return of the Festival of Lights Parade in Palm Springs.
The Howard Manor in Palm Springs became the hangout for heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey, who partied with Frank Sinatra and others.