Los Angeles-based filmmaker Matthew Mishory brings Russian composer Alexander Mosolov’s story to the Coachella Valley with the film, “Mosolov’s Suitcase”.
Moving to Palm Springs? The city continues to add enhancements, which keeps its reputation intact as a premiere desert destination.
For 100 years and counting, big thinkers like Nellie Coffman and her Desert Inn have come to the desert to innovate and transform the way we live.
A small-town vibe, 360 days of sunshine, and plenty of big-city amenities have made relocating to the Coachella Valley a “hot” thing to do.
Best of the Best 2019: The best Palm Springs has to offer in attractions, restaurants, shops and services as voted on by our readers.
Palm Springs is a popular destination for last-minute getaways, according to Hotwire, which ranked 40 American cities for short vacation trips.
As the days have grown cooler, a relaxing and healthy way to spend your morning is visiting one of the three certified farmers markets in Palm Springs, Palm Desert, or La Quinta. All three are certified organic markets that promote small, local businesses and feature farm fresh produce, homemade baked goods, beauty products, delicious dips, wild caught fish, farm raised
TRIO Restaurant in Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District marked its eighth anniversary by awarding a pair of $1,000 checks to Palm Springs High School’s Arts Institute and AIDS Assistance Program (AAP) – Food Samaritans Nov. 6. Palm Springs High School Principal Ryan Wall and Mark Anton, executive director at AAP, accepted the checks, respectively. The annual anniversary celebration, hosted by
Rated as one of the finest small town fire departments in the west, the Palm Springs Fire Department welcomed a new MACK Model 95 fire truck to the department’s lineup Sept. 6, 1940. Credit for the substantial addition was given to fire chief, Bill Leonesio, and three of the fire commissioners, John Kline, Alvah Hicks, and Charles Bosworth, who had
In September of 1936, John Robertson, a capitalist from Pueblo, Colorado and Beverly Hills, California, purchased 330 acres of land from Fred Payne Clatworthy that extended north from the base of Tahquitz Canyon to the O’Donnell golf course in Palm Springs. Clatworthy, a Palm Springs villager, was also a world famous autochrome photographer. He worked for National Geographic magazine, and