Nominees for this year’s National Philanthropy Day In The Desert were honored at a reception by The Association of Fundraising Professionals California.
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has become one of the most important film festivals of the year leading up to the Oscars.
It’s unusual for a cast to socialize with fans and supporters on the evening prior to an opening performance, but producer Michael Childers knows how to make his production opportunities last as long as possible, even if the show is titled, One Night Only. This year’s benefit was a tribute to composer Jerry Herman, who is known for Hello, Dolly!,
The 11th annual Vision for the Future awards luncheon, held at the Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, shined a bright light on engaging children through an effective Tools for Tomorrow after-school program at Coachella Valley schools. Tools for Tomorrow is a Palm Desert based nonprofit arts-literacy program founded by Rachel Druten. Visionaries chairman Judith Antonio welcomed
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Cabot’s Pueblo Museum in Desert Hot Springs dates from the 1940s when Cabot Yerxa homesteaded 160 acres and constructed a 35 room, 5,000-square-foot pueblo out of found and repurposed materials. Approximately 250 guests arrived at the Pueblo to enjoy their 10th Annual Gala in the cool, night air while celebrating Harold Matzner’s