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Marilyn Monroe Returns To Palm Springs

Forever Marilyn, Palm Springs

Forever Marilyn, the 26-foot tall, 34-thousand pound painted stainless steel and aluminum statue of Marilyn Monroe by J. Seward Johnson, permanently returns to Palm Springs in June. Forever Marilyn recreates the iconic pose of Marilyn Monroe as her white dress billowed above a subway grate on the corner of Lexington …

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Is There Life Out There? Find Out At “Contact In The Desert” June 1 – 4th!

Interest in Contact in the Desert, the largest UFO conference in the world, is surging due to a recent story in the New York Times detailing some of the findings of a “mysterious UFO program,” that included video of a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet encountering an unknown flying object. The video was released …

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“Fly Local” — Why Everyone Wins When You Fly Via Palm Springs International Airport

It’s darling. It’s easy. It’s stylish. It’s close. No, I’m not talking about the latest hot boutique, restaurant, or nightspot, I’m talking about our own Palm Springs International Airport. Turns out a lot of other people are too. In fact, the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce (GCVCC), in partnership …

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Women Who Lead Luncheon with Trina Turk at the Ritz-Carlton in Rancho Mirage

Join Palm Springs Life for the Women Who Lead Luncheon at the Ritz-Carlton in Rancho Mirage. Palm Springs Life presents a celebration of six remarkable women in the Coachella Valley. These leaders and role models — both in business and in life — are bettering our community through their extraordinary …

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Modernism Week Takes to the High Seas! Get Your Passport Ready: Modernism Goes Mediterranean in 2019

First-Ever Modernism Week Cruise Will Provide Participants with Opportunities to See Stunning Mediterranean Modernist Structures  Modernism Week announced that it has partnered with Oceania Cruises to offer the first-ever ModernismWeek@Sea educational excursion on Oceania’s Marina. This 7-day cruise, hosted by Modernism Week’s CEO Chris Mobley, will visit eight culturally significant …

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Palm Springs Opera Guild’s Opera in the Park Returns for 20th Anniversary!

Palm Springs Opera Guild, one of the longest-standing cultural institutions in the Coachella Valley, will host the 20th Anniversary Opera in the Park on Sunday, April 8, 2018 from 1 – 4 pm at Sunrise Park in Palm Springs (located at 2000 East Ramon Road). This popular free event regularly …

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High Fashion Comes to the Desert—Fashion Week El Paseo, March 17 – 24th!

It’s that time of year, kiddos. That week when metropolitan glamour and cutting edge design descend on Greater Palm Springs. When you’ll never know who you might end up sitting next to, or what in the world they might be wearing! This year’s Fashion Week El Paseo, the largest consumer fashion …

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Modernism Week Runs Through Feb. 25th—Here’s Our Top Picks for What to See and Do!

Modernism Week, the ultimate celebration of midcentury architecture, design, and culture, kicked off February 15th and runs through February 25th, so if you haven’t attended any of the events yet—there’s still time! Modernism Week’s signature February Event is an annual celebration of midcentury modern design, architecture, art, fashion and culture …

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Seventh Edition of Art Palm Springs Returns: February 15th – 19th + 2018 Artists of the Year!

Get ready for the seventh edition of Art Palm Springs—February 15 – 19, 2018! Art Palm Springs is the premier art fair in the Southwest presenting post-war and contemporary art. The seventh annual edition will bring nearly 80 galleries from Asia, North and South America, and Europe, that represent more than 300 …

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The 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival: That’s a Wrap!

Fabulous, darlings, fabulous! If you attended the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival then you know exactly what I mean. I always enjoy the screenings and soirees, the buzz of film folks and fans adding even more sparkle to an already busy high season, but this year brought an especially …

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