The sun sets, the temps drop a little, and the desert lights up with a variety of activities after dark from bowling to drag shows.
Vitamon D and C are good supplements, but Coachella Valley experts say you can easily obtain those immune-system boosters through your diet.
The summer heat in the desert doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. Our things to do list gets you busy to enjoy your early morning hours.
People do wacky things when dieting. And once you’re satisfied with the number on the scale, what next? Our experts weigh in on both.
Taste of Rancho Mirage is a foodies delight to lead this week’s things to do in the desert, and check out an indoor fair in Yucca Valley.
“Palm Springs Noir” features a collection of 14 short stories set in desert cities and written by authors with Coachella Valley ties.
This home for sale at The Reserve in Palm Desert befits the club’s low-density domain that allows the property to breath and blend seamlessly.
This Mountain View Country Club house for sale invites you to relax in comfort and enjoy Arnold Palmer’s Signature championship golf course.
Hot temps outside. Hot water. Neither is great for your skins when you live in an arid climate like Palm Springs, according to experts.
You can’t travel on foot without lubricating the joints in your own body. Coachella Valley fitness experts provide some helpful tips.