Everything to Know About the Joshua Tree Music Festival

8.16.2018 Full Article Music, Music Festivals, Palm Springs

It might not have Beyoncé on stage or Leo DiCaprio in the crowd, but that’s just fine with fans of the Joshua Tree Music Festival, who show up for a lineup of indie international artists, culture, yoga, a family-friendly vibe, and the one aspect the festival prides itself on most: a sense of community. In

A Tiki Revival in Palm Springs

8.2.2018 Full Article Nightlife, Palm Springs

“If you can’t get to paradise,” Donn Beach is said to have remarked, “I’ll bring it to you.” It’s been 85 years since Beach (his original name was Ernest Gantt) opened his first bar, Don the Beachcomber, in Los Angeles, and it’s been 65 years since the Beachcomber empire expanded to Palm Springs. But while

5 Spots for Healthy Eats in the Desert

7.16.2018 Full Article Dining, Palm Springs, Two Bunch Palms

When the temps rise come summer in Coachella Valley, taking frequent dips in the healing waters, recharging with spa treatments, and lounging under an umbrella is pretty much the plan for visitors to Two Bunch Palms. Well that and eating fresh, light, and healthy (because nobody wants fettucine alfredo when the thermometer inches past 100 degrees).

The Best Ethnic Eats Around the Valley

6.15.2018 Full Article Coachella Valley, Palm Springs, Restaurants

There was a time when good food in the Coachella Valley was not what drew visitors, as the former Rat Pack playground was mainly home to aging steakhouses and tourist traps. Times have changed, thankfully, and the area has become a true foodie paradise where visitors often run out of time to hit all the

One Chair, One Stylist: Inside Barry Nadeau’s Desert Salon

6.7.2018 Full Article culture, Palm Springs

He’s styled the hair for fashion shoots featuring Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. He’s developed colors for L’Oreal and Redkin. He’s traveled the world, plying his trade. But now, hair stylist Barry Nadeau has a salon, a great view of the San Jacinto Mountains, and a fully stocked bar. “In some ways, it was part

Desert X returning in 2019

12.30.2017 Full Article Art, Happenings, Palm Springs

The art extravaganza returns to the Coachella Valley.

Village Fest is your Thursday night to-do in Downtown Palm Springs

9.14.2017 Full Article Art, Food, Food and Drink, Happenings, Palm Springs

Village Fest takes over downtown Palm Springs for an evening of food, entertainment, arts, and more.

Chef Jenna Van Loon Wows with Monthly Wine Dinners at Essense

8.17.2017 Full Article Food and Drink, Palm Springs

Chef Jenna Van Loon shares her inspiration for the monthly wine dinners at Two Bunch Palms.

Chris Pardo is leading an architectural revitalization in Palm Springs

7.12.2017 Full Article Architecture, Palm Springs

Pardo is one of the more prominent voices in the design renaissance of Palm Springs.

Revisiting the most memorable architecture of William Krisel

6.19.2017 Full Article Architecture, Palm Springs

Remembering the pioneering mid-century modernist architecture of William Krisel.

Flowers, Herbs, and Mud, Oh My: Farm to Spa at Two Bunch Palms

6.12.2017 Full Article Health, Palm Springs, Travel, Wellness

Visitors from around the world come to Two Bunch Palms to disconnect, relax, recharge, and immerse themselves in the desert hideaway.

It’s time to start planning your Palm Springs Restaurant Week itinerary

5.19.2017 Full Article Coachella Valley, Events, Food, Food and Drink, Happenings, Palm Springs

The much-anticipated culinary event is set to be bigger than ever before.

The wackiest sights to see in the desert

5.11.2017 Full Article Coachella Valley, Palm Springs, Travel

The Palm Springs area is known for lots of things: amazing architecture, stunning scenery, hot hotels, and super-luxe spas, for starters. But when it comes to tacky, wacky, and wild stuff, well, we’ve got that too.

The annual White Party returns to Palm Springs

5.4.2017 Full Article Events, Happenings, Nightlife, Palm Springs

In 1990, Jeffrey Sanker started the White Party in Palm Springs. What began as a gathering of his friends turned into one of the biggest gay circuit parties in the world.

Why hire a hiking guide in Coachella Valley?

4.14.2017 Full Article Desert, Entertainment, Hiking, Palm Springs

Scott Scott, a local hiking expert, on why guided hikes may be the best way to explore the desert.

Desert X takes over Palm Springs

4.3.2017 Full Article Art, Desert X, Design, Palm Springs

Site specific art dots the Coachella Valley in an incredible exhibition that brings together artists from around the world.

Yoga opens the show at Coachella

3.29.2017 Full Article Coachella, Music Festivals, Palm Springs, Yoga

Yoga instructor Whitney Kirk starts each day of Coachella with public classes for hundreds of music-loving yogis.

Modernism Week hits Palm Springs

2.16.2017 Full Article Architecture, Art, Happenings, Palm Springs

The celebration of midcentury architecture and design returns to the desert this week.

The stunning mid-century modern Edris House in Palm Springs is on the market

2.9.2017 Full Article Architecture, Palm Springs

A historic masterpiece from modernist E. Stewart Williams could be yours for a cool $4.2M.

Palm Springs International Film Festival opens early January

12.29.2016 Full Article Film, Happenings, La La Land, Palm Springs

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone and La La Land’s director and writer Damien Chazelle are expected to attend.

Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, and The Rolling Stones rock the desert

8.30.2016 Full Article Happenings, Music, Palm Springs

Desert Trip takes over the Empire Polo Field for three epic days of classic rock.

The Architecture of William F. Cody opens at the Architecture and Design Museum

7.13.2016 Full Article Architecture, Design, History, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, William F. Cody

The man who designed Palm Springs is the subject of a new exhibit in downtown Los Angeles.

Explore Tom Blachford’s Midnight Modern

7.8.2016 Full Article Architecture, Interviews, Midnight Modern, Modernism Week, Palm Springs, Tom Blachford

We speak to the photographer who captures modernist Palm Springs under nought but the light of the moon.

Palm Springs International ShortFest Wraps

7.7.2016 Full Article Film, Palm Springs, PSIFF, ShortFest

The prestigious festival screened 327 short films over six days. Here’s who took home awards.

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