Entertainment

Sunday Matinee February 5th for “Jake‚s Women” at Theatre 29

Sunday Matinee February 5th for “Jake‚s Women” at Theatre 29

“Jake’s Women” continues its very successful run at Theatre 29 through February 11. Director Butch Pelfrey and his talented cast are leaving audiences delighted and garnering rave reviews.    In “Jake‚s Women”, America’s premier comic playwright, Neil Simon, makes another hilarious foray into the world of modern relationships. Jake, a novelist who is more successful with […]

Palm Springs: FREE Screening of “The Economics of Happiness”

Palm Springs: FREE Screening of “The Economics of Happiness”

Screening to be followed by a Conscious World Summit Meetup with Peter McGugan. On Saturday, February 4th at 9:30am, the Palm Springs Cultural Center will present a special FREE screening of the award-winning documentary, The Economics of Happiness, at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs. For the majority of people on the planet, life is becoming […]

Z107.7 wins “Golden Mike” for “Best News Reporting”

Z107.7 wins “Golden Mike” for “Best News Reporting”

KCDZ-FM Radio (Z107.7), licensed to Twentynine Palms and broadcasting from studios in Joshua Tree, won top honors from the Broadcast Journalism community in Los Angeles Saturday, winning a “Golden Mike” for “Best Small Market Radio News Reporting” at the 62nd Annual Golden Mike Awards, the broadcast news equivalent to an Oscar, which salutes excellence in […]

The Desert Classic Film Society Presents the silent classic NOSFERATU

On Friday, February 10  , at 7 pm., the Desert Classic Film Society will present a special presentation of F.W. Murnau’s silent masterpiece, NOSFERATU – A SYMPHONY OF HORROR with live musical accompaniment. This 1922 German film was the original film version of Dracula, with Max Schreck’s performance considered by many to be the greatest […]

Old Globe Theatre Mounts Horton Foote Comedy About Avarice

Old Globe Theatre Mounts Horton Foote Comedy About Avarice

There’s something about southern families and their last wills and testaments that just fascinate Americans. Not to go picking on our southern brethren, but southern playwrights themselves love to write plays about the “the family”, most of them rife with over-the-top characters and situations, and the inevitable “reading of the will”, and lets not forget […]