Here are 10 places in Greater Palm Springs where you can enjoy Super Bowl 54 and the big-screen experience regardless of which team is your favorite.
When it comes to Christmas dinner, don’t go home for the holidays. Give your gang the gift of gastronomy with a magnificent meal at these restaurants.
Three hundred guests surrounded the palatial pool at the James Logan Abernathy estate in Palm Springs for the season-opening reception of the Desert AIDS Project Partners for Life and 100 Women. Lulu California Bistro catered the event and Leslie Barclay from Diageo provided libations. Desert AIDS Project CEO/President David Brinkman welcomed the supporters of both leadership-giving programs and updated the
Forget happy hour. This is all about bellying up to the bar for bar bites and special menus, discounted more than just a couple of hours. Many restaurants have shifted the dining experience to include special menus for those who are a little more spontaneous. The service is just as good, the fare is savory, but is reserved for walk-ins.
The 23rd annual Palm Springs International ShortFest and Film Market opened the week with eight feel-good films. More than 500 guests were able to screen Edmund the Magnificent, In a Nutshell, Park (Parque), Punchline, The Record – World’s Largest Family, Spice Sisters, Super Sex, and The Tables at Camelot Theatres and attend an after-party at Lulu California Bistro for food,
Long days and balmy nights are reason enough to reach for an icy beverage spiked with your favorite summer alcohol. But it’s the newly ripe and delicious fruits that have us craving something seasonal. Thankfully, local mixologists are all about changing up their menus with nuanced recipes and fresh flavors. Steen Bojsen-Møller, beverage director of Foundation-10 Creative and co-owner of