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12 Best Palm Springs Restaurants To Eat At In 2023 (+ What To Order)

“Palm Springs is one of the best escape destinations in California with all the midcentury architecture, stunning mountain vistas, retro vibes, and perfect weather around the year. And thankfully, Palm Springs is also a culinary destination to be reckoned with. This lovely place is home to numerous award-winning restaurants, whether you’re in search of a […]

Posted inArts & Culture

200 Artists from Across U.S. and World to Participate in La Quinta Art Celebration 2023

La Quinta Art Celebration jury process is complete and 200 top domestic and international artists will be participating in the March 2-5, 2023 event at the 13.5 acre La Quinta Civic Center Campus. The indoor/ outdoor show features the stunning landscape and architecture of the venue. This, the first of two high profile Art festivals […]

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In ‘Dirty Blonde,’ Former Mae West Assistant Sees Glimpses of his Past, Actress’s Larger-than-Life Persona

“Long-time local singer David Christopher was watching the Coachella Valley Repertory show “Dirty Blonde” when he suddenly flashed back to his youth as an assistant to Mae West. CVRep’s production of Claudia Shear’s Tony-nominated play revolves around the bawdy, groundbreaking writer-actress whose classic comedies saved Paramount Studios from the Depression. It features photo backdrops of […]

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‘Mid-Century Moderns’ Returns to Oscar’s Palm Springs for Additional Dates in January, February & April 2023

Coming on the heels of a successful 9-performance run in December, Dan Gore, owner of Oscar’s Palm Springs, and Dan Gelfand, co-producer of “Mid-Century Moderns,” announced today 11 additional dates for the hit musical over the next few months, including next Thursday and Friday, January 26 and 27. Additional dates are February 21 and 22 […]

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CVRep’s Star-Studded Production of ‘Dirty Blonde’ Tells Two Intertwined Stories Involving Mae West

“When you think about Mae West, the words warm, sweet and touching don’t usually come to mind—yet they aptly describe of CVRep’s current offering, Claudia Shear’s Dirty Blonde. The play opened on Broadway May 1, 2000, and went on to earn five Tony Award nominations, including one for Best Play. It follows the story of […]

Posted inCharities & Charity Events

Les Michaels Memorial Concert and Benefit to be held Saturday, January 28, 2023

Les Michaels, a cabaret producer and singer in Palm Springs and Los Angeles who presented an ongoing popular Open Mic Cabaret Series at the Arthur Newman Theatre at the Joslyn Center in Palm Desert for many years, passed away unexpectedly on November 3, 2022 of a heart attack. Les Michaels is survived by his husband, Rick Valencia. […]

Posted inLocal Community

City of Palm Springs Human Rights Commission to Present 2023 Community Service Awards

The City of Palm Springs Human Rights Commission will honor six individuals and one organization for outstanding contributions promoting and protecting human rights, social progress, better standards of life, and equality for all individuals at their annual Community Service Awards on Monday, Feb. 13, 2023. The event will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the Council […]

Posted inArchitecture & Modernism

Elvis’ Hideaway and Other Tours Not to be Bissed at Modernism Week in Palm Springs

“Not even epic rain and gray skies can diminish the sun-kissed Midcentury Modern architecture on display at Modernism Week in Palm Springs, the annual celebration of 20th century design highlighted by poolside parties, celebrity home tours — including the House of Tomorrow, a futuristic Midcentury Modern home where Elvis and Priscilla Presley famously honeymooned — […]