July 28, 2015
Palm Springs is an oasis for outdoor adventure, arts and culture, gaming and entertainment. The city’s storied Hollywood legacy, Native American heritage and stunning collection of mid-century modern architecture reflect why Palm Springs is truly like no place else.
Soar to the top of Mount San Jacinto, hike through ancient palm groves and along stunning scenic trails. Ride a cruiser through the scenic neighborhood, enjoy the Spanish style and mid-century modern architecture. Tour world class museums, leaving time for dining alfresco and walking to entertainment venues under the stars.
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Splash House announces its return to the desert August 8-9 for another outrageous summer of poolside...
A varied combination of feature films, documentaries and short films created by and or about thematic issues related to...
The Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival (www.pswomensjazzfestival.com) is scheduled for October 9-11, 2015. The...
The FLYING Aviation Expo presented by Scheyden offers a unique platform for pilots and aviation enthusiasts. Featuring...
Palm Springs Pride is Southern California’s popular and longest-running LGBT festival in the Coachella Valley...
July 28, 2015
This exhibition presents a wide variety of glass sculptures and techniques ranging from casting to glass blowing and...
Armed Forces Receive Free Tram Admission Throughout July
For the entire month of July, all military...
Palm Springs Art Museum and Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion will remain...
Robert Heinecken (American, 1931-2006) was a pioneer in
the exploration of media iconography as cultural critique....
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