See this Uproariously Funny, Jet-Propelled Mid-Century Modern Comedy Classic!! Palm Springs, CA – Fresh from their big wins at the Desert Theatre League’s 2010-2011 Desert Star Awards (Five Awards for A TUNA CHRISTMAS), and their highly successful run of the hit musical PLAID TIDINGS in November, Coyote StageWorks returns to the Annenberg Theater this coming […]

Wise Steps for Family Unity and Worker Rights

In celebration of Three Kings Day, domestic workers will dress up as the Three Queens and immigrant children will create “foot prints” to send to State Senator Padilla asking his support for household worker rights. Los Angeles –Three Kings Day is a joyous and fun-filled family tradition.  The men in costume and beard are meant […]

Singing On Stage

Singing On Stage

A new session of SINGING ON STAGE is accepting new students for the Winter session.   Students will be studying the highly respected David Craig Method, a method used for decades by professional singers and Broadway performers.  By using this method,  performers of all ages can win singing contests and auditions even against singers with better […]

H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation gives $850,000 through Coachella Valley Spotlight partnership

H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation gives $850,000 through  Coachella Valley Spotlight partnership

Joint Program with KPSP Local 2 provides much-needed funds and promotion to Coachella Valley charities The honor is given to a pre-selected 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, determined by the KPSP Local 2 Advisory Board, which includes community members and board members of the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation. In addition to the funds, each charity […]

The Vortex Made Me Do It

As the definitive book on Desert Hot Springs history from early days to recent political events, the Vortex Made Me Do It provides an insider’s look at the city’s leading founding and political figures. In Part 1 of an interview on KNews Lee Rayburn Show, Bill Effinger examines city politics including the