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FRIENDS OF THE PALM SPRINGS ANIMAL SHELTER HONOR HUGH DONALDSON

The Friends of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter Annual Faux Fur Ball V was held on April 6 at the Palm Springs Air Museum. This year’s original Tiki theme ‘” Island Tails “ event attracted over 500 guests. ...

Hope Luncheon for Alzheimer’s

The First Annual Reason to HOPE luncheon was held at the Indian Wells Golf Resort on April 4th. The event was a fundraiser for the Alzheimer Association of the Coachella Valley. The luncheon was held in the beautiful venue on the hill at the Golf Resort. Patrick Evans was...

CVREP PLAYHOUSE TO PRESENT GOOD PEOPLE by DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE

Cathedral City, CA- Following their highly successful production of the musical CHESS, the premiere production in their brand-new CVRep Playhouse in Cathedral City, Coachella Valley Repertory has selected the award-winning play, GOOD PEOPLE by David Lindsay-Abaire as their next and last major production of the season to be performed...

New Appointments at College Strengthen Student Success

PALM DESERT, CA — College of the Desert recently announced several staffing changes designed to enhance student success outcomes and strengthen the College’s executive leadership team. Appointments include the naming of Dr. Annebelle Nery as Vice President of Instruction, Jeff Baker as Interim Vice President of Student Services, John Ramont...

SCAG Approves the Appointment of Kome Ajise as its Executive Director

LOS ANGELES – The Regional Council of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) today approved the appointment of Kome Ajise as the organization’s new Executive Director. Ajise, who has served as Planning Director since November 2017, was selected to lead the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization following an extensive...

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE and DINNER THEATRE Comes to the Rancho Mirage Amphitheater

LimonCarr Desert Theatricals, in partnership with the City of Rancho Mirage, is excited to present THE PIRATES OF PENZANCEMay 17-18, 2019.  We are excited to announce that in addition to the general admission seating, we will add limited reserved table seating. 12 tables of 8 will be available for purchase in the...

Rancho Mirage’s Tolerance Education Center Celebrates Diversity

Diversity encompasses the inclusion of cultures, ethnicities and groups, religious beliefs, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identity, mental and physical capacities, to name just a few. By learning from one another we embrace humanity's beautiful differences thus strengthening our communities. The world today is more interconnected than ever.  Learning openness and...

PALM SPRINGS AERIAL TRAMWAY TO REOPEN

Following a nearly two-month closure and almost $4 million in repair costs and lost revenue, the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is poised to reopen Monday. The tramway has been closed since a Feb. 14 storm saturated the area and washed out some streets, including Tramway Road, the main route to...

SCAG Approves the Appointment of Kome Ajise as its Executive Director

LOS ANGELES – The Regional Council of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) today approved the appointment of Kome Ajise as the organization’s new Executive Director. Ajise, who has served as Planning Director since November 2017, was selected to lead the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization following an extensive...

PALM CANYON THEATRE PRESENTS A MUSICAL COMEDY THAT DELIGHTS

Considering the mood that half of the country is in right now, a respite from the political machinations is definitely in order. It’s time for an evening of fun-filled entertainment that is sure to please anyone with a sense of humor and an appreciation for comedy along with silly...