The annual culinary gathering brings Food Network stars, top restaurants, and incredible wine to the desert in March.
From plans to save the Salton Sea to a historic archaeological discovery to a tour of “Queer Eye” designer Bobby Berk’s home, these were your favorite posts of the year.
Palm Springs Life salutes the 2022 class of 40 Under 40 with food, drinks, and music at the Palm Springs Art Museum and Persimmon Bistro.
Phillip Niblo found his career path when he was recruited to work at Raymond James, giving him a chance to “change someone’s financial life.”
A fateful Google search brought Alison Soltysiak from Temecula to the Coachella Valley where she landed a role at OMAC Law in Rancho Mirage.
Speaker Suzanne Somers gave her resounding approval of three Coachella Valley women who were honored at the recent Women Who Lead Luncheon.
Palm Springs Life’s 2022 Women Who Lead honorees make a daily, meaningful impact on the people they serve in the Coachella Valley.
Nominated by peers and vetted by our team of law researchers, these Coachella Valley lawyers stand out as the best in their specialties.
A $5-million donation from director David C. Lee has revitalized efforts to restore the historic La Plaza Theatre in downtown Palm Springs.
A collection of “Palm Springs Villager” covers designed by artist O.E.L. Graves will be showcased at an Oct. 14 reception in Palm Springs.