Palm Springs News for June 21st 2013

Where to retire? Magazine says Daybreak in South Jordan
Perhaps you've considered spending your golden years in St. George or Palm Springs. How about South Jordan? The Daybreak development there has been named one of the 50 best master-planned communities in the U.S. by Where to Retire magazine. More…

Reade selected as new manager for Palm Springs | www
The village council has selected Richard Reade, the sustainability officer and public information officer for Delray Beach, to succeed Karl Umberger as village More…

Sault Ste. Marie gymnasts gear up for nationals
Sault Ste. Marie Gymnastic Club members Addie Arbouw, 10, Taryn Lamorie, 14, Morgan Cobb, 14 and Paige Fecteau, 9 are off to the United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs World Championships in Palm Springs, Calif. Tweet. More…

Illuminate the Marquee in Palm Springs
For more information on classes, programs or how to volunteer at the Marquee Academy of Performing Arts, contact the academy at (760) 778-8000 or visit the center at 441 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs. More. PALM SPRINGS — Behind the walls of More…

Jonas Brothers O Music Awards: "First Time," "Love Bug," "Pom Poms"
Joe and Nick were spotted at the GUESS Hotel pool party at Palm Springs playing ping pong during Coachella 2013 weekend. Photo: Getty Images. JoBros on the Go. JoBros on the Go The Jonas Brothers stopped by the SiriusXM studios in NYC to promote More…

Knott's Soak City water park in Palm Springs to host 3rd annual 'Dive-In' movies
Ava Andrade has fun in the Gremmie Lagoon at Knott's Soak City water park in Palm Springs, Calif. on September 3rd, 2012. (Jay Calderon, The Desert Sun). If you're looking for a fun, family-friendly way to stay cool in Palm Springs this summer, Knott's More…

Jazzercise Founder Brings Desert Feel to Fitness Industry Icon
“The desert is definitely a place I can get away to and just forget about everything, and just do whatever I feel like doing,” said Sheppard Missett, whose house was showcased in the April 2006 issue of Palm Springs Life. See related reading: Star Struck. More…

PALM SPRINGS: Knott's Soak City screens family movies
Knott's Soak City Palm Springs begins its season of “Dive-in Movies” this Friday, June 21, with “How to Train Your Dragon.” They're all family flicks, and moviegoers will watch them from inside the wave pool or on the wave pool beach.
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A Shining Testament
If a giant shiny rock crashes to earth in front of the Palm Springs Art Museum, does it make a difference to the art world? Without a doubt it does . . . And it has. The addition of a monumental artificial rock sculpture by noteworthy artist Zhan Wang … More…

Gallery View:Golf Photos
Sue Roberts of West Palm Beach, Fla., kisses the golf ball she used to score a hole-in-one on the 5th hole of Mission Hills golf course during the third round of the Colgate-Dinah Shore winners Circle LPGA golf tournament in Palm Springs, Calif., April More…

Palm Springs Nissan to Sponsor 32ND Annual Texaco Country Showdown
Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City is proud to announce their sponsorship and presentation of the 32nd annual Texaco Country Showdown, the country's largest Country Music talent show designed to find the most promising country music talent in the More…

Join Terra Cotta Inn with Their Dare to Go Bare Summertime Nude Sunbathing
Palm Springs, CA, June 19, 2013 -(PR.com)- Summer officially starts on Friday June 21st. Time to take a summertime vacation. Sadly though as CNN Money reported, Americans are the "No Vacation Nation" leaders of the world with 57% of Americans not More…

Photos: Marquez, Bradley Face To Face at LA Presser
Undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) Welterweight Champion and the pride of Palm Springs TIMOTHY “Desert Storm” BRADLEY, JR. will make the biggest defense of his world title when he faces M?(C)xican icon and four-division world champion? … More…

10 common spices and their preventative properties
Randall and Helen Manning, owners of Herb 'n' Nutrition in Palm Springs. 'A lot of problems we have are caused by the foods we eat and the problems we drink,' explained Helen, but by harnessing the powers of herbs and spices, food becomes medicine. More…

Sanford-Burnham's Graduate School students meet in Palm Springs
Between May 29 and 31, students and faculty of the Sanford-Burnham Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences gathered in Palm Springs, Calif., for their 4th More…

Former Vale schoolboy not so Invisible with new film starring Omid Djalili
Palm Springs is the biggest short film festival in the world and the winners get automatically considered for the Best Short Film Oscar nomination. Of course, it’s just great to have a platform to share the film with people. But winning an Oscar would … More…

Palm Springs history: Slow, hot summer days meant lots of fun for kids
She comes from one of the oldest pioneer families in Palm Springs. Her great aunt, Zaddie Bunker, came to Palm Springs in 1914 and her sisters, Henrietta Parker and Lillie Goff, followed. Each of these women helped build Palm Springs into the world More…

Person stabbed in Palm Springs
PALM SPRINGS, Fla. – A person was rushed to the hospital Thursday evening after being stabbed in Palm Springs, according to Capt. Albert Borroto, spokesman for Palm Beach Fire Rescue. The stabbing happened around 10:32 p.m. in the 4000 block of? … More…

Weekender: Palm Springs ShortFest, Cyndi Lauper, MC Hammer,
‘The Charlatan’, which was shot locally on Box Canyon Road in Mecca and stars local actor Tom Sizemore, will screen at 4:30 p.m. Saturday (June 22) as part of the Palm Springs International ShortFest, June 18-24 at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs. More…

Lounge in Palm Springs Sophistication
With each approaching season comes the opportunity to step into newly launched endeavors. The Tropicale Restaurant and Coral Seas Lounge (330 E. Amado Road, Palm Springs, 760-866-1952) has been a Palm Springs mainstay since it opened in 2008. More…

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