Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2016 (Hardbound)
ANNUAL DESERT LIVING EDITION
The Food Processor
Top Chef's Gail Simmons has cooked up an extraordinary culinary career by being an accidental gastronome on purpose.
By Bernadette Murphy
Photos by Tom Brewster
One of the West's great natural wonders has finally been given the recognition and protection it deserves.
By David Lansing
Long before golf became synonymous with Greater Palm Springs, tennis was all the rage. But, like most obsessions, it sometimes went out of bounds.
Sunnylands at Play
Walter and Leonore Annenberg's estate is more than just a gathering place for world leaders. From the forthcoming book, Sunnylands: America's
Trouble in Paradise
Photos by Fredrik Brod√©n
A second honeymoon at the fabled Parker Palm Springs gets off to a rocky start ‚Ä¶ but making up is so much fun.
NATURE: The Hills Are Alive
By Ellen Alperstein
Peninsular bighorn sheep are superbly adapted to their mountainous desert home. One local nonprofit program is finding success helping humans become better neighbors.
BEAUTY: Cult Classics
By Wendy Duren
Hey, wanna hear a secret? Who doesn't?
NIGHTLIFE: Deep Purple
By Jeremy Kinser
Since it opened in the Hotel Trinidad in 1960, The Purple Room has seen countless A-listers come through its doors ‚Ä¶ .and more than a few carried back out.
FOOD: Alien Invasion
By Neal Turnage
Strange fruit is the new cool.
By Sherryl Nova
Presenting the best the Coachella Valley has to offer in fashion for people and the places they reside.
The Coachella Valley's top professionals.
Palm Springs Life presents the official guidebook of the Greater Palm Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau. Everything you need to know about what's happening in the desert.
On The Cover:
Photography by Misha Cravenor
Palm Springs Life Magazine August 2016