Palm Springs

American Documentary Film Festival screen gems: Overlooked Suspect

American Documentary Film Festival screen gems: Overlooked Suspect

March 21, 2012, Palm Springs, CA –  On October 3rd, 1995 (with an estimated 150 million people watching on live television), the jury in the longest trial in California history declared O. J. Simpson not guilty of murdering his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.  Despite this, if you asked the question […]

Richard Milanovich dies at 69; Agua Caliente Band chairman

Richard Milanovich dies at 69; Agua Caliente Band chairman

Richard Milanovich brought new wealth and political muscle to tribes throughout the state by expanding gambling on tribal lands. Richard Milanovich, who as chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians helped to usher in a new age of wealth and political muscle for many Native Americans through the expansion of tribal casinos in […]

‘Modernism’ in Palm Springs

‘Modernism’ in Palm Springs

Palm Springs celebrated its 12th annual Modernism Week from Feb. 17th thru the 26th. Those 10 days showcased architecture, art decor and Heritage of the 1940’s thru the 1960’s heydays. Well preserved homes and businesses held tours of the significantly  architecturally style that were built by renown designers of the period. The opening preview night […]

The Diamonds Make Follies Debut

The Diamonds Make Follies Debut

1950s Doo-Wop Group Combines Classic Rock ‘n’ Roll with Today’s Attitude Palm Springs, California (February 24, 2012) When you think of ‘50s music and that era’s chart-topping doo-wop groups, The Diamonds immediately come to mind, with such unforgettable hits as “Why Do Fools Fall In Love?”, “Little Darlin’” and “The Stroll.” Now, over 55 years […]