Palm Springs Life Magazine September 2023
The Coachella Valley’s earliest settlers arrived to till the land and support their families for generations to come.
Story by Elina Shatkin
An important Indigenous archaeological dig occurred quietly in 2018 at one of the busiest intersections in downtown Palm Springs.
Everybody knows Albert Frey’s architecture. A passion for colorful abstractions on paper prompts the reevaluation of his broader artistry.
Story by Ronald Ahrens
Francis Crocker gave Palm Springs a gift that keeps on giving, 60 years and counting.
Story by Janice Kleinschmidt
Modern spa facilities administer luxury treatments designed to deliver real benefits.
Story by June Allan Corrigan
Your source for the best local eats, events, attractions, and things to do from Palm Springs to Coachella.
Edited by Emily Chavous Foster and Amanda Oliver
Seven Natural Wonders of the California Desert
The vast and varied terrain of the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas conveys a mighty narrative about this magnificent place.
Story by Maggie Downs
Photography by Nate Abbott
Into the Limelight
Palm Springs seemed destined for stardom long before its incorporation as a city.
Story by Michael Arkin
True as Folk
Bandits, aliens, sasquatch, big spenders, and other memorable news reports from the desert frontier.
Story by Emily Chavous Foster
Illustrations by Edmund Fotheringham
She found her stride on Desert Island, then lingered at the clubhouse for a pinch of mischief.
Photography by Sam Spence
Styling by Carlee Wallace