Palm Springs News for April 26th 2013

The Native American Contractors Association Announces its 1st Annual B2B
WASHINGTON, April 25, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — The Native American Contractors Association (NACA), announced today that it will hold its first annual conference in Palm Springs, California at the Miramonte Hotel and Resort on November 11-13 More…

Marilyn extends stay in PS through August
A drone films 'Forever Marilyn' statue: As "Forever Marilyn" prepares to leave Palm Springs, the Desert Sun's video and photo crew have some fun with a newly acquired drone. A drone films 'Forever Marilyn' statue. Forever Marilyn statue assembled in More…

Suzanne Somers Lists Palm Springs Home for $14.5 Million
Few homes are private enough for a deckside soaking tub. Actress and spokeswoman Suzanne Somers' Palm Springs home sits atop a mountain, surrounded by 73 acres. On one of the many patios, a clawfoot tub sits surrounded by rocky outcrops, a gift, More…

'Forever Marilyn' extending her stay in Palm Springs
The sculpture was scheduled to remain in Palm Springs through June, but an arrangement made with the sculpture’s owner will allow it to stay in Palm Springs until early September, according to P.S. Resorts, which organized and helped fund the … More…

The Cool Kid's Guide to Stagecoach
Or if new country is more your thing, look elegant in styles from Raymond | Lawrence (830 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, 760-322-3344) or Wil Stiles (875 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, 760-327-9764). Strut your stuff like one of Nashville … More…

Palm Springs RV Camping | Thousand Trails RV Camp in California
Palm Springs RV Camping is a Thousand Trails RV Campground in Palm Desert, California: winter vacations & a golfer's paradise at Coachella Valley RV More…

Palm Springs Real Estate Tips For Canadian Buyers
The combination of drastically reduced home prices in the Palm Springs area, a strong Canadian Dollar in relation to the US Dollar, and low interest rate financing options seems to have created the perfect storm. And this particular storm offers warm More…

BWW Reviews: The Denver Center Presents a Riveting Family Intensity with
When a daughter returns to Palm Springs for a Christmas gathering after writing a tell-all book about a family secret, parents and family suddenly scramble with an issue they'd rather not discuss. Secrets and lies unravel making each character more More…

Put The Pedals To The Pavement To See Palm Springs & Stay Fit
Pedaling your way through our Desert paradise is an excellent way to see Palm Springs on your next visit, while also providing you with a great physical activity More…

Forever Marilyn Sculpture Extends Stay Thru Summer
The Forever Marilyn sculpture will be extending its stay in Palm Springs throughout the summer. The new departure date is now scheduled for early September. “We are thrilled to have Forever Marilyn with us all summer long,” said Aftab Dada, chairman of More…

Indians girls swim to DVL title
PALM SPRINGS — The Palm Springs High School girls' swimming squad won its fourth consecutive Desert Valley League title Thursday after a 124-46 victory over Cathedral City. The Indians went undefeated at 6-0 in league play. “The girls put in a lot of More…

Palm Springs Hotel Recommendations early June? – Palm Springs
My husband and I are taking our well-traveled 7-year old to Palm Springs for two or three nights in early June. We have some side trips planned but need a More…

Small Business Leader: Kelly Smallridge
Born and raised in Palm Springs, her passion and deep roots in the community shows in her commitment to her job: Smallridge has worked for the county's economic development agency for nearly 25 years – the last eight as CEO and president. Along the More…

Spring Concert Speaks to Individuality, Personal Discovery
Members of the Palm Springs Gay Men's Chorus relax and enjoy a rehearsal April 23 for this weekend's "Born This Way" spring concert at Palm Springs High School's auditorium. Michelle Roe. Music has always spoken to Robert Seeley. But even the artistic More…

Gay Rodeo promises a 'Hot' time in Palm Springs, Cathedral City
“The audience has grown each year as Hot Rodeo grows in popularity,” says Jeff Rosenberg, secretary of IGRA's Greater Palm Springs Rodeo Chapter. “In the past, we've had over 5,000 fans in the stands. The attendees are a mixed group, from lifelong More…

Congressman and physician Raul Ruiz comes home to Palm
For the first time in 17 years, the Palm Springs area is not represented in Washington by Mary Bono Mack. She was the last Republican woman in California's More…

Eatery serves up authentic French cuisine
Parisians Charlotte and Rafael Farsy have brought the taste of Paris' urban fast food to the sidewalks of Palm Springs with their new eatery, L'Atelier Deli, at 129 La Plaza. / Pamela Bieri/Special to MyDesert More…

Palm Springs architecture, natural scenery impress
Here in California's Coachella Valley, mountains rise in every direction, each slope displaying its own raiment: ruffled sienna velour, tufted moss-green corduroy, shirred burgundy seersucker, shimmery pewter and bronze brocade. Originally built in the More…

Palm Springs road opened after wind prompts closure
The road was closed in both directions at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday and reopened about 7:30 a.m., Palm Springs police Sgt. Harvey Reed said. The Coachella Valley is under a wind advisory until 10 p.m. Winds of 20 to 30, with gusts reaching 55 mph, were … More…

Gene Autry Trail reopens after wind closure
PALM SPRINGS — Police reopened Gene Autry Trail between Interstate 10 and Via Escuela on Thursday after it was closed overnight due to high winds. Indian Canyon Drive and Vista Chino remained open at their wash crossings Thursday morning. Gusty More…

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