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Cyber Spy Leaks Fuel International Uproar

Cyber Spy Leaks Fuel International Uproar

According to the Guardian, a United Kingdom newspaper and website that has been given exclusive interviews with whistleblower Edward Snowden about the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance program, there are several things every American should know about the spy program. “There is very little information on private individuals the intelligence service does not have access […]

“New Generation Of Teaching Artists Takes The Spotlight At Palm Springs Air Museum With You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” July 16Th And 17Th

“New Generation Of Teaching Artists Takes The Spotlight At Palm Springs Air Museum With You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” July 16Th And 17Th

PALM DESERT- Palm Desert Theatre Academy (PDTA) is cultivating the crème de la crème of young thespians in the Coachella Valley. This summer, Palm Desert Theatre Academy’s youth theatre program culminates with the award-winning Broadway Musical, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.  Directed by expert theatre educator, David Catanzarite and musical direction by Doug Wilson, […]

Can Housing Jumpstart our Sluggish Economy

Can Housing Jumpstart our Sluggish Economy

  One bright spot in the economy over the past year has been the housing recovery. We have seen home prices increase at their fastest pace since April of 2006. Housing values have been up in all twenty of the Case-Shiller home-price index cities for the most of 2013. Even that good news couldn’t help […]

Pig Roast July 5th at 3rd Corner

Pig Roast July 5th at 3rd Corner

Join the 3rd Corner restaurant and wine store in Palm Desert is hosting an AFTER Independence Day Celebration on Friday, July 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. Price is $38 per person. 3rd Corner’s Chef Matt has purchased a whole pig from Cook Pigs Ranch and invites the public to an after Independence Day celebration. […]

Because you never know…disaster preparedness meeting

Because you never know…disaster preparedness meeting

Recent disasters remind us that we too should be vigilant and prepared in the Coachella Valley. Learn from professionals with the Riverside County Office of Emergency Services, American Red Cross, and the California Emergency Management Agency how to better prepare for disasters. A Disaster Preparedness Town Hall Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 25 […]

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?” […]

Weekend Getaway to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Weekend Getaway to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park

If you’re looking for a quick getaway from the blazing desert heat, then a trip to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido should be on every family’s summer vacation agenda. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is a quick two hour drive from the Palm Springs area. The park is located at 15500 […]

Don’t Get Distracted by the Stock Market

Don’t Get Distracted by the Stock Market

In a world that seems to focus way too much on glitz and glamour, it’s easy for investors to get distracted from the basics. As advisors, we can make the same mistakes. We have earned so much money over the past few years that it’s easy to count our winnings and forget about the fundamentals. […]

Cell phone robberies are on the rise

Cell phone robberies are on the rise

In a 2012 statement to Congress, FCC Chairman Julius Genachoski announced that since 2011 the percentage of Americans with smartphones has doubled, going from about 25 percent of subscribers to more than 50 percent. Along with this increase came alarming statistics regarding cell phone robberies. The FCC found that in Washington DC, New York and […]

Remembering My Father as a Man’s Man

Remembering My Father as a Man’s Man

On this Father’s Day, I recall things about my Dad that only a daughter would remember. He lived an amazing life, an unbelievably rich and full life, a life that’s worthy of a best-selling novel or Academy Award-winning movie. He had so much charisma that men wanted to be him and women, well, they just […]