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KMIR, Palm Desert Rotary & CSUSB Hosting Candidates Forum

KMIR, Palm Desert Rotary & CSUSB Hosting Candidates Forum

PALM DESERT, Ca. – The November election is just weeks away…and voters here in The Valley will be making some important decisions, including who will be representing us in Sacramento and Washington. To help Valley voters learn more about the candidates in the state assembly and congressional races, KMIR, The Palm Desert Rotary and the Palm […]

Tolerance, Civility, Respect and Understanding

Tolerance, Civility, Respect and Understanding

The Tolerance Education Center held a fundraiser on Sunday Sept. 28th. The event was a style show directed by the signature model at Chico’s, Beverlee Greene. Six lovely ladies showed the newest fashions for all ages. The styles ranged from very sporty to a more dressy attire for both daytime and evening. Each model wore […]

Top 12 Tips To Overcome Procrastination

Top 12 Tips To Overcome Procrastination

“How many times do you make a promise to do a certain task and then do – nothing? “ “How often do you set a goal but never seem to make any progress towards achieving it?” “Are you a writer who doesn’t write, a painter who doesn’t paint or an entrepreneur who never starts a venture?” […]

 Pasadena Playhouse Stage Sizzles With “Kiss Me, Kate” Musical

 Pasadena Playhouse Stage Sizzles With “Kiss Me, Kate” Musical

Any time a theatre presents a Cole Porter musical, expectations run high.  After all, we’re dealing with a giant of the American musical theatre.  Porter is one of the most iconic and sophisticated composer/lyricists in Broadway history.  A Cole Porter show borders on being almost bulletproof in the hands of a skilled director with a […]

Live Concert Kicks Off Veterans’ Benefit at Vahalla Vortex 

Live Concert Kicks Off Veterans’ Benefit at Vahalla Vortex 

Saturday, Sept. 27, is the date to hear some master musicians and have some fun at the first Vahalla Vortex Experience benefit for military veterans across America. Gates open at 1 p.m. and all you need to enter is a contribution to American veterans. The Vahalla Vortex, north edge of Palm Springs, is the location […]

Cinema Diverse Film Festival

Cinema Diverse Film Festival

Report and Photos by Pat Krause The Camelot Theatre hosted the Cinema Diverse Film Festival again this year. This is the 7th year of the festival, and it gets bigger and better each year. This year shot 28 feature films with 38 short motion pictures which are more than last year. Record ticket sales again […]

Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch 1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival

Paradise Ranch  1st Annual WORLD DAY of PEACE Outdoor Music Festival and Kitty’s Wildlife Rescue Fundraiser 21900 Penny Lane, Sky Valley, CA 92241 Sunday, September 21st From 2pm until we’re done!! with The Most Incredible Gathering of Music & Musicians That you’ve heard in a very long time – maybe ever!! for A Worthy Cause […]

Mission Springs Water District Director Vacates Seat

Mission Springs Water District Director Vacates Seat

Desert Hot Springs, CA.-Two-term Director of the Mission Springs Water District, John Brown, said good bye to his fellow Directors. Brown, elected to the Board in 2007, recently accepted the position of Executive Director for The San Diego-based Human Dignity Foundation, a LGBT Community Foundation, requiring him to relocate from his Desert Hot Springs residency. […]

CV Link Approved!

CV Link Approved!

San Jose, CA.– The Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) is proud to announce that CV Link, a 50-mile pedestrian, bicycle and low-speed electric vehicle transportation corridor along the Whitewater River, was approved today to receive $10.9 million in Active Transportation Program (ATP) funding by the California Transportation Commission. Riverside County Supervisor John J. Benoit […]

The Sandwich Spot Continues To Hit The Spot

The Sandwich Spot Continues To Hit The Spot

Palm Springs – The sandwich is not exactly the culinary equivalent to the Mona Lisa. Sandwiches get a bad-wrap. They are considered simple; they are to-go food – something has only to be eaten when in too much of a hurry to get something better. Proving these notions wrong, The Sandwich Spot in Palm Springs […]