“Where were you the past three years?” asked Riff Markowitz, emcee and co-founder of the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies, to the SRO audience that filled the historic Plaza Theater in downtown Palm Springs. He was not being entirely facetious.
‘Impressive,” is only one superla-tive used to describe the BNP Paribas Open now underway at Indian Wells Tennis Gardens
This year marks the BNP Paribas Open’s 35th anniversary and will see 2009 defending champions Rafael Nadal and Vera Zvonareva and more than 300 of the best men’s and women’s tennis players in the world at the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens
With a new venue—Indio’s Fantasy Springs Resort Casino and its new golf course, Eagle Falls—the Frank Sinatra Starkey Hearing Foundation Celebrity Invitational swings into its 22nd year
March 1 not only brings spring to the Desert, it also brings “A Day in the Garden,” a special fundraising activity held for the Palm Springs Art Museum
By Frances Allen Over the past several years, the combined ATP and Sony Ericsson WTA Tour events, now played at the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens, have been considered as the “Grand Slam of the West.
Arguably for more than the past decade, but certainly since the opening of the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens earlier, the hope and fame surrounding professional tennis has been forged in the Coachella Valley
By Frances AllenIt has been confirmed that Gary Mule Deer will perform at next year’s 21st annual Frank Sinatra Starkey Hearing Found-ation Celebrity Invitational golf tournament, Feb.
It felt like 1968 for a minute