Palm Springs Life Magazine January 2004
ON THE COVER ‚Äî Cher photographed by Michael Lavine.
Bigger, Better, Bravura!
In its 15th year, Palm Springs International Film Festival has become the most important pre-Oscar stop for foreign-language films.
I‚Äôm Too Old To Retire
On the eve of Richard Zanuck‚Äôs Life Achievement Award, his latest film, Big Fish, enthuses critics and film buffs.
Setting the Scenes
When filmmakers set their sights on Palm Springs Valley, it‚Äôs often Sylvia Schmitt‚Äôs cue to find the perfect location.
Once considered the realm of hippies, mystics, and spiritual scholars, yoga has found its way into mainstream desert culture.
It Could Happen to You!
When bad things happen in your name, it could be identity theft.
Living on the Green
Country club communities capture the unique lifestyle so many golfers (and non-golfers) covet.
Contemporary design captures the forward-thinking desert attitude.
PATH OF THE BIGHORN
Bighorn Institute‚Äôs valley-wide public art project raises awareness and money to help save the bighorn sheep.
Artful martinis and tempting appetizers. Plus: Great restaurants.