Palm Springs, just a village in the 1930s and ’40s, marked the pinnacle of holiday festivities compared to today’s Greater Palm Springs.
A century ago, “Mother” Nellie Coffman single-handedly made Palm Springs a visitor destination — but don’t bother looking for landmarks honoring her in the city.
A century ago, Nellie Coffman single-handedly made Palm Springs a visitor destination. But you won’t find a city landmark honoring her.
How Hollywood’s “two-hour rule” transformed Palm Springs.
Hollywood’s “2-hour rule” brought celebrities to Palm Springs trying to escape from the press and changed the trajectory of the desert city.