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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 “Fitness” by Dennis Mason, BFA, CPT a certified Personal Trainer and Master Fitness Coach with over 40 years’ experience and “Wellness” by Dr. Kenneth Toth, BA, MAT, DC, RN, holds multiple degrees and credentials as a Science Educator, Chiropractor, Registered Nurse, and Personal Trainer.
The Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards and D.A.P. invite you to … Imagine a world without HIV

The Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards and D.A.P. invite you to … Imagine a world without HIV

The Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards and D.A.P. invite you to … Imagine a world without HIV by Barry Dayton   Desert AIDS Project has long been part of the fabric of the desert cities communities … almost since the first AIDS diagnoses in 1981. Even before it was incorporated as a nonprofit in 1984, D.A.P....
Always Overbooked…

Always Overbooked…

Always Overbooked… By Terri Schlichenmeyer   A toast… You’ve been doing that often lately. A toast to friends and family around the table. To a new job, new baby, new marriage. To accomplishments made in the past and possibilities that lie in the future. Like you, your favorite actors enjoy raising a glass, too. And...
The Palm Springs International Film Festival brings Hollywood to Palm Springs

The Palm Springs International Film Festival brings Hollywood to Palm Springs

The Palm Springs International Film Festival brings Hollywood to Palm Springs Now entering its 26th year, the Palm Springs International Film Festival has a well-established reputation as one of the most prestigious and well-attended film festivals in the country. The Festival has long secured its place on the world stage as the portal for the...
2014: A Year for Equality

2014: A Year for Equality

2014: A Year for Equality By George W. Zander Actually a review of 2014 cannot really be written without some nods to 2012 and 2013. Taking a pre-election risk, which turned out to be a winning move, President Obama endorsed Marriage Equality on May 9, 2012. He made that bold decision knowing that his blue...
Year in Review

Year in Review

Year in Review 2014 was quite an memorable year. We’ve compiled a list of a highlights (and lowlights) of past year.   Same-Sex Marriages Blocked in Utah January. The United States Supreme Court blocks any further same-sex marriages while Utah officials appeal the decision made by Judge Shelby in December 2013. The block creates legal...
Blind Ambition

Blind Ambition

Blind Ambition By Shane Gallagher   In the spring of 2007, a young gay man living in San Francisco, was beaten and robbed of his sight at the hands of his gay friends. At the age of twenty-six, Belo Cipriani, was forced to relearn how to walk, cook, and date – in the dark. In...
Ring in the New Year Big Apple Style

Ring in the New Year Big Apple Style

Ring in the New Year Big Apple Style   A legendary Forties Nightclub will be brought back to decadent life this New Year’s Eve. Ring in 2015 at the Diamond Horseshoe, the decadent and glamorous 1940s nightclub beneath New York’s Paramount Hotel.  New York City’s celebrated event planners Brandon Voss and Patrick Duffy are presenting an...
2014 Holiday Gift Guide

2014 Holiday Gift Guide

2014 Holiday Gift Guide Every year we say the same things, “Where has the year gone?” “Is it that time already?” “I have no idea what to get him/her/them.” Well it IS that time again and if you are starting to wonder what to get those certain special people in your life, we might be...
Proposition Love Jewelry

Proposition Love Jewelry

Proposition Love Jewelry Share Love this Holiday Proposition Love Jewelry celebrates OUR love. Born out of inspiration, purpose, and love; Sam Street and Jonathan Tack, who were married on October 30, 2008 in San Francisco, founded the company. A few days after their wedding Proposition 8 passed and overturned the California Supreme Court’s decision to...
Books Under the Tree

Books Under the Tree

Always Overbooked… By Terri Schlichenmeyer Snowflakes on your nose. Warm mittens and snowball fights. Cuddling in front of the fire as the wind howls outside. Sleigh rides through the park. Glittery-wrapped presents beneath a gorgeously decorated tree. Okay, so you might not get any of those but the last one. Palm Springs = not so...