The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health and wellbeing of people around the world and, even in the Coachella Valley.
Coachella Valley philanthropist Jerry Fogelson calls on peers to help families struggling to pay for basic needs during the pandemic.
Photographer Innis Casey soon discovered he was shooting a moment in history in creating a visual book on how the pandemic drove us indoors.
Big Wheel Tours offers outdoor recreation outlet during the shutdown with private, guided tours to experience the desert wonderland.
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has decided to cancel its 2021 edition and return in 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two years ago, at the Greater Palm Springs Economic Summit, a video captivated the audience of business and government leaders with renderings of the Coachella Valley in 2050. It included a Cal State Palm Desert with state-of-the-art bandwidth, programs in leading-edge technologies, and a branch campus at the Salton Sea, where just beyond the yachting and sailing center, students from
It seems unlikely, but the coronavirus has created ideal conditions for a dramatic spike in home sales in the Coachella Valley.
As the coronavirus crisis takes an unimaginable toll on the Coachella Valley, this is how those who call the desert home are carrying on.
Morongo, Spotlight 29, and Tortoise Rock casinos will open their doors again for guests with modifications in place to address the coronavirus pandemic.
The “Keep Shining Palm Springs” website offers the public a way to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 by buying items or making a donation.
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