Palm Springs News for June 17th 2013

Redlands filmmaker's short to be shown at Palm Springs Film Festival
REDLANDS – Trevor Stevens will walk the red carpet Wednesday at the Palm Springs International Film Festival's ShortFest where his film, "Glazed and Confused," will be screened. Stevens, a Redlands native, shot the 5-minute, 30-second film in the area More…

Destination weddings a popular draw in the Coachella Valley
Palm Springs is known for its gorgeous weather while also being an easy-to-get-to destination for family and friends,” remarked Don Devine, director of guest services and public relations at the Viceroy Palm Springs. “Our clients love the vibe More…

Palm Springs Photo Diary | Barefoot Blonde
Palm Springs Photo Diary. June 13, 2013 10:53 am , 1 Comment , amber ? IMG_0267. ^^ Dress: ASOS / Necklace: Le Mode / Sunnies: Prada ? IMG_1024 More…

Palm Springs ShortFest Lineup Includes Pics With Cate Blanchett
The 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market will showcase 330 films from 49 countries, including 70 world premieres and 55 North. More…

Oasis Of Green Education To Appear In The Desert
Palm Springs, Calif., often falls under this infamous category. A plan for a new college campus in the arid region, however, may quiet some of these critics, at least for a little while. The firm of GA Architects and Engineers has recently unveiled … More…

Squirrels integral to forests
A ride up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is not complete without observing the treetop acrobatics of the western gray squirrel. These often lively, bushy-tailed rodents can be the source of hours of entertainment as they chase each other through the More…

Valley Voice: Nine days in July to boost our blood supply
The CVEP in partnership with Desert Blood Services invites the cities of Cathedral City, Coachella/Thermal/Mecca, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage to participate this summer in the first More…

Palm Springs Library summer reading program
Parents, are you looking for something free for kids to be involved with this summer? The folks at the Palm Springs Public Library (300 South Sunrise Way, Palm Springs) have launched their annual summer reading program for local youth. This year's More…

Helping Men Battle The Signs Of Aging
Palm Springs, California (NAPSI) – There's hopeful news for men who are fighting the signs of aging. A new, clinically demonstrated anti-aging treatment specifically formulated for men's thicker, coarser skin has been introduced. The product is from a More…

Your Business, Your News for June 16
Family Hospice Care in Palm Springs recently donated one dozen new cooling fans to Desert Hot Springs Senior Center for distribution to 12 senior citizens. The Coachella Valley Economic Partnership awarded $14,000 through its Pathways to Success More…

Hikers rescued on Mount San Jacinto trails
A member of the rescue team is dropped off by a CHP helicopter after assisting a couple of hikers suffering from heat exhaustion while hiking the Skyline trail, which starts in Palm Springs and ends near the top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway More…

Military briefs for June 16
The Palm Springs Power baseball team will honor the nation's armed forces during military night at Palm Springs Stadium at 7:05 p.m. on June 25. All active military, police, fire and EMS personnel get in free with ID. For more information, call (760 More…

AMFM Fest: Day 3 Schedule – Desert Guide Palm Springs Life
Day 3 of AMFM Fest in Cathedral City is highlighted by actor Michael Madsen's poetry reading at the Ace Hotel and Terraplane Sun with a midnight concert. More…

Restaurant Week wraps up in Palm Springs
Today is the last day to get deals on local dining, lodging and attractions through Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week started May 31, and more than 70 restaurants in Palm Springs, Indio, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Desert Hot More…

AMFM Fest: Day 4 Schedule
The Tribesmen, who played at Tachevah in downtown Palm Springs back in April, will play at 9 p.m. Sunday (June 16) on the final day of AMFM Fest in Cathedral City. Chris Cichocki. Actor Viggo Mortensen will be honored on the final day of the AMFM Fest More…

Thumbs down: No public money for private affairs
A; A. Former President George W. Bush arrives at Palm Springs International Airport for a fundraiser in. Purchase Image. Former President George W. Bush arrives at Palm Springs International Airport for a fundraiser in 2006. / Omar Ornelas/The Desert More…

What follows gay marriage rulings will be anything but simple
Palm Springs reacts to gay marriage: Palm Springs residents and tourists share their thoughts about same-sex marriage, which is being considered by the U.S. Supreme Court. Brandon Morgan, Dalan Wells. Zoom More…

Fire at Desert Hot Springs Home Contained to Kitchen
Home Contained to Kitchen. Posted by Mirna Alfonso (Editor), June 15, 2013 at 06:50 pm. Comment Recommend. Flag as Inappropriate. A fire early June 15, 2013 at a Desert Hot Springs manufactured home was contained to the kitchen, fire officials said. More…

Open The Door To Color – Design Matters
Palm Springs, California (NAPSI) – Your front door is talking about you. Its appearance speaks to your personality, decorators say. Too often, the front door of our home tends to be drab shades of beige, brown, white and gray, while the fun, vibrant More…

Your Business, Your News for June 16
Cancer survivor and assistant golf professional at Desert Willow Resort in Palm Desert, Brett Shoopman presented the check to Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center in recognition of Melanoma Awareness Month. Family Hospice Care in Palm Springs More…

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