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Union Bank Honors Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians Chairman Richard M. Milanovich

Union Bank Honors Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians Chairman Richard M. Milanovich

  Union Bank paid tribute to the memory of Richard M. Milanovich, an exemplary leader for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the Coachella Valley community, with a ceremony dedicating a customized, black granite bench in his honor. The bench will feature a photo of Chairman Milanovich, an inscription in his memory and […]

Palm Springs Blood Drive July 25th

Blood Drive Slated for July 25 at Palm Springs City Hall residents are invited to donate blood and compete for bragging rights against the eight other Coachella Valley cities in a valley-wide community blood drive. Slated for from noon – 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 25 at Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon […]

Connecting Flights between Palm Springs and LAX a Gamble?

Connecting Flights between Palm Springs and LAX a Gamble?

When Linda Shanks arrived at the Palm Springs airport in November she expected her 58-minute flight aboard United Airlines with an ongoing flight on Swiss International Airlines for Zurich to be a snap. That is until United Airlines cancelled her flight and she was told to return to the airport 24-hours later.  “When I finally […]

Little Black Dress & Pearls for a Cause

Little Black Dress & Pearls for a Cause

Special event—Saturday, July 27 at Azul in Palm Springs, Little Black Dress and Pearls For a Cause, benefitting American Cancer Society Relay For Life. Doors open 6 p.m. Show 7 p.m. with Carol Kamenis, Keisha D., Jersey Shore, Jerome Elliott, Charles Herrera, Sassy Ross, Eve Holmes, Roger Snofsky, Francesca Amari, Shann Carr and more. Bella […]

Alert: EVACUATION NOTICE – UPDATE

Alert: EVACUATION NOTICE – UPDATE

The following areas are being evacuated: The community of Idyllwild, and all parks and campgrounds in the Idyllwild area.  This evacuation notice does not include the areas of Pine Cove, Mountain Center, and Poppet Flat.  Evacuation Routes  Hwy 74 into Hemet  Hwy 243 into Banning  Hwy 74 South towards Anza, Palm Desert  Road: Closures  Hwy […]

Let’s Make Our Own Marilyn

Let’s Make Our Own Marilyn

The “Forever Marilyn” statue is leaving Palm Springs Sept. 10. After that, her fate is up for grabs to the highest bidder. So far Tokyo, Beijing and Hong Kong are bidding for her. Palm Springs also is vying for her to come back in December 2015. Aftab Dada, chairman of P.S. Resorts raised $78,000 from […]

Third Generation Filmmaker debuts at PS ShortFest

Third Generation Filmmaker debuts at PS ShortFest

PALM SPRINGS – “It’s a family affair,” said emerging filmmaker Virginia Cassavetes before the debut her first short film, “Love and Skin” at the 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest on Friday night, Jun. 21 at the Camelot Theater. Virginia Cassavetes, 27, or Gina to her family and friends, is a third generation filmmaker coming from […]

Palm Springs Shortfest Kicks Off with Opening Night Films

Palm Springs Shortfest Kicks Off with Opening Night Films

PALM SPRINGS – This year’s opening night screening titled “Laughing Matters” on Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Camelot Theatre will be highlighted by a selection of comedy shorts from around the world.  Films include: “Blessing in Disguise” (USA), “Chopper” (Netherlands), “Crush 472” (United Kingdom), “Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?” […]

Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism “Pow Wow’s” About Destination

Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism “Pow Wow’s” About Destination

PALM SPRINGS – This week, the Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism and five hotel partners met with over 75 tour operators and travel companies at  U.S. Travel Association’s IPW 2013 (formerly known as Pow Wow) in Las Vegas, June 8-12, 2013, the premier international marketplace and the largest generator of travel to the U.S.  The […]

Two former Marines trek across the country to benefit Wounded Warriors project

Two former Marines trek across the country to benefit Wounded Warriors project

Two former Marines are walking 2,700 miles across America to bring awareness to the Wounded Warrior Project. Adam Shatarsky, 33,  (on the Left) and Chris Senopole, 23, (on the right) both served together in the 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines in the Weapons Company. Senopole did duty in Afghanistan and after returning decided to trek across the […]

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