Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace is our favorite star in the bright constellation of Californian surreality. Figments of the collective imagination come to life in the California desert like no other place we've seen.
For the duration of our relationship, Patrick and I had no siblings, parents, or offspring; we were each other's only family. And I grew up as an only child. Now I am starting over at the age of 62. I will feel this, all of it.
In a night of spectacular entertainment, taking the stage were Matthew Morrison (Hairspray, Fox-TV's Glee), Melissa Etheridge, Stephanie J. Block (Wicked), Queen Latifah, and Megan Hilty (Wicked, 9 to 5: The Musical, NBC-TV's Smash).
More sophisticated than Vegas, more laid back than Los Angeles -- and in winter, more reliably sunny and warm than either one -- Palm Springs is one of those places that looks awfully good to an awful lot of people at this time of year.
Baitz's play seeks an alternative way out of the seeming impasses of our times -- our political deadlocks, our family dramas, even our most heartfelt and ego-driven certitudes -- by making us experience a greater emotional truth.
From Nov. 1 to 4, Palm Springs Pride dazzles both LGBT crowds and their fans with a two-day festival, a parade, drag darlings, music and entertainment and block parties. And what better time for a California getaway?
There are just so many things to consider before tying the knot, that brides-to-be can often forget about themselves -- and the importance of maintaining their own sanity -- amidst all the hustle and bustle.
We love Palm Springs. The landscape is like a technicolor '50s modern version of suburbia, skirted by desolation, natural wonders and an unlikely array of cultural outliers. Here's a list of some of our favorite places in and around Palm Springs.
If you want to meet your future spouse in a pair of acid-washed overall shorts and a neon orange tank top and moccasins and a Banksy tattoo on their wrist, then you are in luck! This is the place for you!
Last year, we learned of the dangers of one's "filter bubble." At TED, there is no such danger: The talks are multi-sensory, cross-disciplinary, and always delivered with passion by someone at the top of their game. What's not to love?