Kate Buckley

Kate Buckley is a brand strategist, premium domain broker and consultant, interviewer, storyteller, visual artist, and award-winning poet & writer. She’s worked in media and marketing since 1997, holds an MFA in Creative Writing, and is the author of A Wild Region (Moon Tide Press) and Follow Me Down (Tebot Bach). A four-time Pushcart Prize nominee, her awards include a Gabeheart Prize and the North American Review’s James Hearst Poetry Prize. She was most recently shortlisted for the Bridport Prize. A ninth-generation Kentuckian, she’s made her home in Southern California since 1998.

Braille Institute of America to Open Its 3rd Coachella Valley Center

Braille Institute of America (BIA) is pleased to announce the opening of its third neighborhood center located in Palm Desert at the El Paseo Plaza. The new Coachella Valley center, scheduled to open on Tuesday, January 21, will be located at 74-245 Highway 111 Suite E101, Palm Desert, at the …

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A Lot of Buzz about The Hive: New Coworking Space Coming to Palm Springs!

Local business owners Melissa Cronin and Mark Anderson have announced the arrival of The Hive Coworking, coming in January of 2020 to central Palm Springs. The 5,000 sq. ft. workspace will be located in the iconic Anderson Travel building—the most recently constructed office building on the Tahquitz corridor in Palm …

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Arturo Sandoval and Other Jazz Greats to Headline the First Palm Springs International Jazz Fest

The Palm Springs International Jazz Festival will hold its inaugural event in Palm Springs on Saturday, November 23 and Sunday, November 24, featuring some of the greats of the jazz world. Michael B. Seligman, one of the entertainment industry’s most prominent award show producers (Oscars, Emmys, etc.), is serving as …

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2019 Greater Palm Springs Pride Closes Pride Season with Epic Lineup!

As the 2019 Pride season wraps up, Greater Palm Springs Pride prepares to, “Sip, Sashay and Celebrate” Pride as well as honor those who have courageously fought for equality and are no longer with us. The 2019 festival will take place November 1-3 in downtown Palm Springs on Arenas Road …

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“Forever Marilyn” to Return to Palm Springs…for Good!

Forever Marilyn, Palm Springs

PS Resorts and The Seward Johnson Atelier, Inc. (owners of the sculpture Forever Marilyn) recently confirmed reports that the monumental sculpture of Marilyn Monroe will return to Palm Springs after seven years on the road. And this time for good! Although contracts are still in-process, an agreement has been reached …

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Grand Marshals Announced for the Palm Springs Pride Parade!

Greater Palm Springs Pride has just named two individuals with strong ties to the region who will serve as the Grand Marshals for the annual Pride parade. This year’s Grand Marshals honor Palm Springs history and the World Pride theme while celebrating the future of our community. Recognizing their achievements and …

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2019 Palm Springs Pride Honors Awards Recipients Announced: Community Members Making a Difference

2019 Pride Honors Awards

Greater Palm Springs Pride announced today the recipients of its 2019 Pride Honors Awards. The prestigious Pride Honors are presented annually to individuals to recognize their efforts in raising awareness and furthering the causes of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and their allies. The awards ceremony will be held …

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Award-Winning Chef Johannes Bacher Returns to His Eponymous Palm Springs Restaurant!

The award-winning chef Johannes Bacher is back at it! A world-class chef who lends his name and talents as the chef/owner of Johannes Restaurant, Johannes has returned to the kitchen where he will again create his culinary masterpieces to the delight of his customers. After a time away, he decided …

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Modernism Week Announces Fall Preview 2019 Schedule!

Modernism Week’s 2019 Fall Preview will take place October 17-20 at various locations in the Coachella Valley. A full schedule of events featuring more than 50 events may be viewed online at modernismweek.com starting July 25 and tickets will go on sale August 1, 2019 at 12 noon PST. The weekend’s events …

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