Aaron Kai Paints the Movies!
Saturday at 5 pm, celebrate the Palm Springs International Film Festival at motif with acclaimed artist Aaron Kai. His paintings of movie scenes are so realistic its hard to believe they're not photograph!s He will be showing several new pieces! Stop by Saturday January 14th from 5-8 to meet Aaron Kai. Wine, Champange and snacks will be provided!
GQ magazine hailed him “The Da Vinci of leather-jacket art,” for his custom hand-painted Kai Artwear line — his works have been celebrated by singers Sade and En Vogue, legendary movie-fx masters H.R. Giger and Stan Winston, and iconic director James Cameron.
Aaron Kai’s hyper-realistic film-inspired artworks have been featured globally from Hollywood to Tokyo to commemorate high-profile landmark events including the motion-picture Blade Runner: The Final Cut 25th Anniversary, The Bette Davis Centennial, and The Jules Verne Film Festival. More Info
Moxie Palm Springs Now Open!
All new and now open upstairs from the Broken Yolk, at 262 S. Palm Canyon Drive, it's Moxie Palm Springs. They're open daily at 4:PM, with the kitchen open until midnight nightly, and live entertainment coming soon. The Bar & Lounge are open until 2 a.m. Friday & Saturdays! Whooo Hoooo! More Info.
Post Election Policy Review Set for Thursday
As we count down the days to the inauguration, many of us still have lingering questions about what the impact of the incoming administration could mean to our livelihoods and communities.
While there are no concrete answers, there are those whose job it is to know what's happening now, and what may lie ahead.
The LGBT Community Center of the Desert, in conjunction with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, will be presenting a Post Election Policy Review: What Do We Do Now, on Thursday, January 12, from 5:30 to 7 pm, at the Mizell Senior Center, 480 South Sunrise Way, in Palm Springs.
This informative event will feature David Garcia, Director of Policy and Community Building at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Some of the topics to be covered will be Healthcare (including the Affordable Care Act, Ryan White, Medicaid and Medicare), Immigration, Education, and LGBT rights.
There is no charge and is open to the general public. More Info
So You Want to Be a Choir Boy?
The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus is an auditioned, volunteer choral ensemble consisting of male singers age eighteen and older, gay or gay friendly. With a wide range of varying musical training and backgrounds, the chorus is committed to fostering an environment of professionalism, respect, pride and unity.
The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus is comprised of gay, transgender, and straight-allied men of all ethnicities. More Info.
Having a Gay!La Time at the Palm Springs International Film Fest!
The Gay!La is their "annual celebration of diversity in cinema and in life.: You're invited to join them at the Gay!La and boogie as your authentic self! It all happens January 12th at 9;00 p.m. at Toucan's Tiki Lounge and tickets (including a hosted bar) are only $25.00. More Info.
PSIFF's Final Weekend Includes LGBT Cinema
At least a dozen LGBT films are programmed for the 2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival. Here are the details.
Building on the success of the last five years of the City of Palm Springs’ efforts for a healthier and more sustainable community, Hocker Productions in conjunction with presenting sponsor Desert Regional Medical Center will produce the Palm Springs Health Run Fitness Expo. Register for the Run! More Info
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