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Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Living Desert, Art Museum Members Get Both For Free

Now, through Sept. 30 members of The Living Desert and the Palm Springs Art Museum are being offered free admission to both establishments. Electronic dance music fills venues for Splash House 2019 weekend.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Broadway Stars Come Out For ‘One Night Only’

The Michael Childers helmed event, where Broadway stars perform one showstopper each, has brought in almost $13 million for various charities and performing arts centers.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Living Desert Welcomes Latest Addition

A yet-to-be-named female giraffe calf was born to father, Hesabu (Heh-SAW-boo) and mother Dadisi (Da-dee-see). At birth, she was just over six-feet and weighted in at 150 pounds.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Paribas Tournament Director Gets By With A Little Help From His Friends

After all the marquee players were out of the match, BNP Paribas Open Director Tommy Haas called on John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Novak Djokovic for a game of doubles.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup —Air Museum Celebrates ‘Rendezvous With History’

Palm Springs Air Museum honors eight veterans for their selfless bravery.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Elizabeth Smart To Headline ‘Champion Honors Luncheon’

Former boxer Mike Tyson readying Kind Music Festivals with up to 10 acts on a single stage.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Olivia Colman To Receive Achievement Award at PSIFF

The actress will receive the award from her "The Favorite" co-star Emma Stone at The Palm Springs International Film Festival next month. The festival will also inaugurate the Ricky Jay Magic of Cinema Award and celebrate Jewish and Queer cinema.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Living Desert Lights Up For The Holidays

The Palm Springs international Film Festival will kick off the next year honoring director Peter Farrelly's "Green Book" and director Alfonso Cuaron.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Gay Pride Symbol Co-Designer Talks Part in Palm Springs Parade

Local resident Lucie Arnaz will receive Tool's For Tomorrow’s Vision for the Future Award.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—Desert History Goes From Mud Huts To Hollywood Opulence

The Agua Caliente (Hot Water) Reservation was established in 1876 and consists of a major portion of downtown Palm Springs, making the Band one of the wealthiest in the state.
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