Palm Springs

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 […]

Joslin Diabetes Center Grand Opening  
March 2, 2012

Joslin Diabetes Center Grand Opening  
March 2, 2012

Desert Regional Medical Center announces its affiliation with the Boston-based Joslin Diabetes Center, a global leader in diabetes research, education and care.  The Joslin Diabetes Center Affiliate at Desert Regional Medical Center offers some of the latest advances for treating diabetes and its complications, as well as patient education and support services. Please be our […]

The Desert Winds Freedom Band Presents:

The Desert Winds Freedom Band Presents:

“ An American Panorama” From Sea To Shining Sea! On Saturday, MARCH 24TH, at 7:30 pm, the Desert Winds Freedom Band offers a concert of wide-ranging music in “An American Panorama.” Under the Artistic Direction of Mr. Dean McDowell, the concert band of more than 60 musicians will present a sweeping vista of Dixieland, Gospel, […]

March of Dimes Canada to hold its first fundraiser outside Canada

March of Dimes Canada to hold its first fundraiser outside Canada

“Canadian Presence in California helping to Fuel Growth and Economic Recovery in the U.S.” Palm Springs – Athletes, Actors, even a World Wrestling Entertainment legend were on hand at the Desert Dunes Golf Club on February 11th, 2012 to support March of Dimes Canada and California Businesses. The Canada California Business Council, a non-profit organization […]

“Battle of the High Schools”

“Battle of the High Schools”

Palm Springs, CA – The Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (CVEP) is holding its second annual “Battle of the High Schools,” a competition to encourage high school seniors complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  As part of its effort to develop a college-educated workforce for the future economy of the Coachella Valley, CVEP […]

Will Climbing Water Rates Cause Public Outcry?

Will Climbing Water Rates Cause Public Outcry?

California Water Leaders to Meet in Palm Springs to Tackle Tough Water Issues Palm Springs, CA – Water industry leaders from across California will come together this month in Palm Springs to discuss the increasing cost of water, assess public reaction to future rate hikes, and determine how cities and water agencies should respond. The […]