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Fall in Love, Italian Style, at Il Giardino

  • Posted by Jan 11, 2019

By Kevin Perry Palm Springs has always been a tastemaker, from our breezy resort wear to our mid-century modern flair. And taste is celebrated, exalted, and amplified at Il Giardino, a hearty slice of heaven nestled in the soul of downtown. “Everything is house made,” declares Rosario Cultraro, who owns and operates the charming ristorante with his wife, chef extraordinaire Teresa Attardi. He sings the words “house” and “home” as…

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Modernism Week 2019 Tickets on Sale Now

  • Posted by Dec 17, 2018

This 10 day signature event focuses on mid-century modern design and architecture that makes Palm Springs so unique. Over 75 events including Palm Springs Modernism Show at the Convention Center; Frey II House Tours, Double Decker Bus Tours, films, lectures, interior design tours, swanky parties and other special events.  Here is a quick look at some of the events. Go to Modernism Week for a full listing. Premier Double Decker Architectural…

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Vibrant City with a Past

  • Posted by Dec 14, 2018

My friends, my husband and I discovered Palm Springs, California on a vacation to the city, desperate to trade the cold of the Midwest for the sunshine of Southern California. Our foursome spent three days exploring—and, yes, it’s as good as it looks. First steps The sun was out and so were we—my husband, Andrew; best friend, Lauren; and her husband, Carl—mingling among the many San Diegans and Angelenos taking in the year-round summer vibe.…

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30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival

  • Posted by Nov 29, 2018

The Palm Springs International Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in North America, welcoming over 135,000 attendees each year for its lineup of new and celebrated international features and documentaries.  The Festival is also known for its annual Film Awards Gala, honoring the best achievements of the filmic year by a celebrated list of talents.  Produced by the Palm Springs International Film Society, the Festival offers 12…

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Spotlight: Johannes

  • Posted by Nov 27, 2018

By Kevin Perry Genius and ambition are a delectable pairing. We are defined by a quixotic blend of abilities and passions… and sometimes, by a distaste for baked potatoes. “I got too many baked potatoes when we were children. My parents didn’t have much money, so the cheapest food for us was buttermilk, cheese, and baked potato, so I definitely had a little bit of an issue with baked potatoes. Bad childhood memory.” These are the formative…

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The Story of Thick As Thieves

  • Posted by Nov 26, 2018

By Samantha Caltagirone On a snowy December night in 2016, we decided we needed to make a change. We knew it wouldn’t be easy saying goodbye to the cozy St. Louis home we created together, our friends, family, favorite lunch spots and everything in-between. But where do two people with a big dream and little resources go? We ran through the familiar list of our favorite getaways - Austin, Nashville, Santa Fe… but there was only one place that…

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We’re Big on Small

  • Posted by Nov 20, 2018

  In Palm Springs, we are proud of the many locally owned and operated, mostly small, businesses that make up our city; retail shops with hand selected merchandise, small inns and boutique resorts, chef-owned cafes and locally run tours. We celebrate our uniqueness and our ability to offer individual personalized experiences to locals and visitors alike.  Discover the true small gems of Palm Springs.   Unique Retail Stores and Boutiques…

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Meet Andy Wysocki and Bill Sanderson of Townie Bagels

  • Posted by Nov 19, 2018

To find a great bagel in Palm Springs head to  Townie Bagels in the south end of town. Andy Wysocki and Bill Sanderson, owners of the bakery and café grew up in New England.  They put together a bagel menu based on the flavors of a New York bagel bakery. The bagels are made with no-additive flours, mixed and shaped the night before they're boiled in malted water, then baked upside down for several minutes before they're flipped over. The café…

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Unforgettable Wedding Venues in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 19, 2018

There are innumerable places you can choose for your wedding. While some want the amenities of a large resort, or the outdoor ambiance of a golf course, there are also smaller, lesser known venues that can be spectacular. Why not make your wedding day even more memorable by choosing a unique and beautiful place to get married in the Palm Springs area? O’DONNELL HOUSE | 412 W Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs Weddings аt thе O’Dоnnеll Hоuѕе are…

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Where to Nine and Dine in Palm Springs

  • Posted by Nov 9, 2018

Golf has been a favorite activity in Palm Springs since Mr. O'Donnell built the first golf course back in in 1926. Today it's said there are over 120 courses in the entire valley. Palm Springs offers a number of great public courses, all of which offer great dining. Here’s are some to Nine and Dine options in Palm Springs. Source: Dean Mayo Tahquitz Creek |  1885 Golf Club Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92264, 760-328-1005 With sweeping views of…

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