Events

Events

In every issue you can find the latest “Local Calendar” as well as “PSP Focus” with all the upcoming events in Palm Springs.
Fitness & Wellness

Fitness & Wellness

In each issue we bring you articles on fitness and wellness.
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Feature

Feature

In each issue of theStandard you will find some new trends in architecture, fashion, music, books, movies, tech, home decor or a feature on local artist.
Epicurean

Epicurean

Each month, The Standard Magazine presents “Epicurean”.  
Welcome to The Standard

Welcome to The Standard

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Book Review

Book Review

In each issue of theStandard you will find “Always Overbooked…” the latest book reviews by Terri Schlichenmeyer.
Latest entries
Travel and the New “Normal”

Travel and the New “Normal”

By Adam Martindale How we travel has definitely changed in the short term, this is fluid and being improved day by day and best practices are being shared by different companies. Many of the changes are for the best and will create a safer environment for everyone. I believe that some of these changes should...
Social Justice Programming

Social Justice Programming

Here TV Highlights Social Justice Programming. By Michel Khordoc Here TV, America’s first and largest LGBTQ+ video channel, is celebrating Pride Month 2020 with an exclusive selection of LGBTQ+ programming, documentaries and films. Social Justice has represented a core value of Here TV’s mission since its launch in 2003 as the nation’s first LGBTQ television service. Here...
Take a Virtual Vacation

Take a Virtual Vacation

Leave the Passport in the Draw…Take a Virtual Vacation By Paloma Richards Normal travel, as we know it may be off the table for the foreseeable future, virtual escapism is open to anyone with Internet access. Some of the world’s leading galleries, museums and landscapes are at your fingertips. Here is a selection of the...
Pride Movement Stands up to COVID

Pride Movement Stands up to COVID

By Steven Taylor Pride movement stands up to COVID with ambitious Global Pride event featuring music artists and world leaders. When Los Angeles Pride announced on March 12th that they were postponing their planned events for June, it confirmed what many Pride organizers across the world were fearing – that the COVID19 pandemic was going...
SAGE, Improving the Lives of LGBT Elders

SAGE, Improving the Lives of LGBT Elders

By Jessica Rozycki SAGE is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) older people. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE is a national organization that offers supportive services and consumer resources to LGBT older people and their caregivers. SAGE also...
Pride: A Deeper Love

Pride: A Deeper Love

By Max Jimenez This year’s Pride will be different for all of us.  For most, it will be a solo celebration happening in living rooms and bedrooms around the world.  That doesn’t mean it has to be any less of an occasion or less meaningful.  The show will go on!  We spoke with some of...
If a virus could sing

If a virus could sing

If a virus could sing … Could this musical version of COVID-19 help us defeat the disease?By George Moretti We’re all now familiar with the spiky look of the coronavirus protein. But what do you think it might sound like? An engineering professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has shown us. By assigning musical...
Coping with COVID-19 by Using the Power of Music

Coping with COVID-19 by Using the Power of Music

In Italy, people isolated by the COVID-19 pandemic stood on apartment balconies, singing “Bella Ciao” – “goodnight, beautiful” – together into the night. Musicians in a Dutch symphony filmed themselves playing Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” individually – then assembled a compilation video titled “From Us, For You.” In Columbus, children played their cellos from their...
New Releases

New Releases

With this quarantine at times comes creativity. Here are a few artists who haven’t let this time get them down and have come up with fantastic results. Billy Porter Releases New Single – ‘For What It’s Worth GRAMMY®/EMMY®/TONY®-winner Billy Porter has released a soul-stirring cover of Stephen Stills’ “For What It’s Worth,” as performed by...
Sir Elton John Comes to Palm Springs (Almost)

Sir Elton John Comes to Palm Springs (Almost)

By Chris Astrala On May 2 2020, Meyer and his backup group, the Rocket Band, will bring pop classics such as “Tiny Dancer,” “Bennie and the Jets” and “Crocodile Rock” to Evening Under the Stars at the O’Donnell Golf Course in Palm Springs. The one-night event will showcase Sir Elton John’s most memorable musical moments...
Message from AAP/Food Samaritans Executive Director, Mark Anton

Message from AAP/Food Samaritans Executive Director, Mark Anton

In these difficult and uncharted times, AAP – Food Samaritans’ focus on supplying nutritional support, as it has been for the last 30 years, is of #1 importance to us. Although these unprecedented times are proving to be a struggle for many, including us, we want you to know we fully intend to continue to...
Quarantine Reads

Quarantine Reads

Always Overbooked By Terri Schlichenmeyer Hunker down. That’s what you’ll be doing for the immediate future: trying to stay well or get well or just waiting. You’ve had enough TV and the pantry’s as clean as it’ll ever get, so maybe it’s time to find something to read. Why not try one of these great...