Deborah Quinn, owner and chief baker at Pastry Swan in Rancho Mirage, has methodically mastered the craft of artistic desserts.
Hollywood movie producer John Leuthold commissioned a Rancho Mirage home that is an authentic mini-replica of King Hassan’s Royal Palace in Casablanca.
The Ted Riback Residence at Tamarisk Country Club in Rancho Mirage was one of architect William F. Cody’s last residential commissions.
The Rancho Mirage Observatory, which opened in March, is just beginning to flex its programming capabilities this summer.
Hundreds of art and music lovers flocked to the 17th Annual Rancho Mirage Art Affair held at the Rancho Mirage Community Park on San Jacinto Drive.
CancerPartners, formerly Gilda’s Club Desert Cities, inaugurated its Passion Awards for philanthropic and clinical partners at the elegant and moving “Passions Ball: An Evening of Heart and Soul” at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage. CancerPartners serves all those impacted by cancer and works with many other community partners to ensure that no one in the Coachella Valley has
The sound of musicians tuning their instruments, the sight of artists angling to best display their work — if it’s November, it’s got to be the Rancho Mirage Art Affaire. Now celebrating its 17th year, this premier event — which takes place Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4–5 — heralds the beginning of the valley’s art festival season. One, two, and
FOOD Chef Drew Davis is the first to admit he has little time to throw dinner parties. “Honestly, I don’t really have time to do anything, owning my own restaurant,” the 39-year-old says, referring to Catalan Mediterranean Cuisine, the Spanish-influenced Mediterranean eatery he owns in Rancho Mirage with his wife, Cynthia, and parents, Mark and Lecie Davis. So when he
It’s not too much of a stretch to say that the future owners of 45 Sky Ridge Road in Rancho Mirage will feel like they’re sitting on top of the world. Located in Mirada Estates, the nearly 6,600-square-foot, four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home enjoys panoramic views of the valley and was dubbed “Star Point”. You’ll not only feel like you’re close enough
Dr. Wendy Roberts knows she’s in the right place at the right time. “The Coachella Valley is unique in that it’s an older population, however, it’s getting younger. That’s a neat environment to work in and, for a dermatologist, very exciting,” she says, adding the array of technology available to her field is vast. “The toolbox is a big, big
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