Visitor ’s Guide
Attractions • Events • Dining • Shopping • Maps • Galleries
The Best Consignment Store
Furniture • Antiques Decor • Lighting • Art
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760.773.0027 “A Boutique & Consignment Store with a Difference” 760 773 4800! 72171 Hwy 111 #200, Palm Desert (above Consign Design)
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We Sell New & Consigned Women’s Clothing, J.Jansen Jewelry, Purses, Shoes & Accessories
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The Insider’s GUIDE
elcome to the Coachella Valley. Palm Springs and the nearby cities make up one of the most diverse and entertaining regions in the country. You think you know us for one thing, yet there is always something more. We thought we would go out on a limb and share a few favorites of the locals. These hidden gems are the kind of places we introduce to our friends. Just don’t say you heard it from us. Everyone is looking for a place to eat that offers great food. We found a little gem a while back that surprised even us. The word on the street is that the Hard Rock Hotel had a Michelin 3-star chef update the menu at The Kitchen. Michelin ratings are hard to get and harder to maintain so that means you’re in for a treat if you drop in. Their website advertises The Kitchen as embracing “the laid-back spirit of the desert, while providing exceptional cuisine and high-quality service in a music-inspired atmosphere.” Try it out, and let us know what YOU think.
The challenge with the secret places is they are often tricky to find but worth the trip. Have you head of the Parker Palm Springs? It is an exceptional resort. Recently they opened a wine bar called the Counter | Reformation. You have to go through the resort lobby to find it but once there, you are treated to a wonderful wine list and delicate nibbles. We’re fans. You should try it. What if you’re looking for a place to search out valley antiques from a wide range of eras. Victoria’s Attic Antique just opened a second location in Palm Springs. Spend time searching out vintage, collectables, mid-century modern items for your home and way more. Plan on spending some time there if you drop by. Hopefully, you like our little insider’s guide. Let us know what you’re looking for and perhaps we can include it in a future issue. Enjoy your visit.
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Advertiser Listings ART On Main Street Old Town La Quinta October 28, November 11th and 25th. Enjoy a relaxing day in beautiful Old Town La Quinta featuring the original art of 80 artists, including paintings, photography, ceramics, glass, metal sculpture, jewelry, and textiles. A highlight of Art on Main Street is meeting California artists in our open-air gallery. Some of our artists travel far and wide for inspiration while others bring the spectacular colors and textural elements of the desert to life in their work. Whether you
are looking for handmade, local treasures or Europe at your doorstep, you will find it at Art on Main Street. Enjoy Old Town’s charming cafes including Solano’s, The Grill on Main, La Rue Café, Stuft Pizza, The Wine Emporium, and La Quinta Brewery as well as our fashionable boutiques. Come for the art, stay for the day! Live entertainment, Free Admission & Free Parking.
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Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-31 Maps Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage Desert Hot Springs. . . . . . . . 32-33 Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio, Bermuda Dunes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Shopping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18 Concierge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Dining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-25 Galleries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-40
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Advertiser Listings Affordable Designer Consignment 74-455 Hwy. 111 Palm Desert / 760-346-1255 Affordable Designer Consignment does not look or feel like a typical consignment store. It has the look and feel of a Beverly Hills Boutique. The famous designer labels and classy displays are a shoppers delight. The price tags on the fashionable clothing,unigue costume jewelry, and quality home furnishings are a pleasant surprise.
Consign Design 72-171 Highway 111 Palm Desert / 760-773-0027 Consign/Design is a new high-end consignment store, located in the heart of Palm Desert and minutes from fashionable El Paseo. Come in and browse. Quality furniture, accessories and collectables from designers and local estates are available at bargain prices. Moving, remodeling or changing decor ....whether buying or selling make Consign/Design your destination. Open 7 days a week, 10-5.
Backstreet Art District 2600 South Cherokee Way Palm Springs / 760-328-4144 Discover the BACKSTREET. A hidden gem among the art destinations of the Coachella Valley. For over 17 years, art lovers have experienced the many galleries and working studios, often connecting with artists in the process of creating. With a wide variety of genres, mediums, and styles there is something for every collector. Most Galleries are open Wednesday through Sunday, 11-4. Join us for our Art Walk on the first Wednesday of every month year-round from 5 to 8 pm. Visit our website for individual gallery hours and information.
Desert Adventures 74-794 Lennon Place, Suite B Palm Desert / 760-831-4440 or 888-440-5337 www.red-jeep.com Since 1987, Desert Adventures has provided the most highly acclaimed outdoor adventures in the Greater Palm Springs Area. They are the #1 eco-tour company in the desert. Climb aboard their â€œBig Red Jeepsâ€? for an aweinspiring journey to their private and exclusive Metate Ranch preserve on the San Andreas Fault and travel through the incredible labyrinth of cuts and canyons of the San Andreas Fault Zone in your open-air Jeep. Amazing naturalist guided Jeep Tours to the spectacular Palm
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uestion: What do you do when you’re surrounded by mountains, clear mountain air, and beautiful locations of cultural significance? Answer: take a hike. Try these local gems and be safe. Tahquitz Canyon 500 W Mesquite Ave Palm Springs / 760-416-7044 Trailhead: Located at the Tahquitz Visitor Center. This is a moderate, guided nature hike with waterfall, rock art, plants & wildlife along with a visitor center. You’ll go aboubt 3.5 miles and gain about 300 feet of elevation. Plan for a few hours. Palm Springs Art Museum Trail 101 N Museum Dr, Palm Springs Trailhead: Starts at the Palm Springs Art Museum This trail is a moderate 2 mile trail which will get you about 900 feet of elevation. Plan on 2 hours or a bit less. Once you’re at the top you’ll find picnic tables and a killer view of the valley. Local note: don’t park in the Art Museum parking lot. You run the risk of getting ticketed. This trail does cross the North Lykken trail and the Skyline
Ridge trail so you can plan a bigger adventure if you’re so inclined. Hiking the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Mt. San Jacinto State Park offers 54 miles of hiking trails located within a 14,000 acre pristine wilderness, one of the last in California. All trails are accessed by exiting the Mountain Station and descending a concrete pathway to Long Valley. There you will find picnic tables, the ranger station, flush toilets and several easy trails. Desert View Trail A 1.5 mile (2 km) loop trail leads to a number of scenic overlooks and forest views. Short climbs, moderately strenuous. Round Valley A 2.5 mile trail leads to picturesque Round Valley. Fairly level trails, short climbs, moderately strenuous. San Jacinto Peak This is a 5.5 mile hike one way and will take you to the second highest point in southern California. On clear days it is reported that you can see Catalina Island or the glow from Las Vegas at night.
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Springs Indian Canyons. Desert Adventure offers an SUV option for any of their tours as well as naturalist guided tours in their eco-friendly CNG Van to the nearby Joshua Tree National Park or their exclusive “Wonders of the Valley” Tour that visits several amazing points of interest in the Coachella Valley. You can even hire a professional guide for a private / customized hiking or sightseeing tour or buy discounted tickets to desert attractions on their website. Desert Plastic Surgery Center Dr. Rim Marcinkus M.D. Ph.D., D.Sc. 72301 Country Club Dr. Ste. 106 Rancho Mirage / 800-715-6299 Your journey toward a natural, beautiful transformation in appearance should begin with the guidance of an experienced plastic surgeon. With over 27 years of plastic surgery experience, Dr. Marcinkus has the expertise, technical skill, innovation and aesthetic sense necessary to sculpt and enhance the body like a true artisan. He began his aesthetic work at Vilnius University in Lithuania, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Science in Surgery degrees, in addition to a Ph.D in Scientific Research. Continued on page 10
Music Box & Clock Shoppe
Murano Vase (Many styles)
Swarovski Figurines, and jewelry
Featuring gifts, jewelry, clocks and collectables by Swarovski, Lalique, Lladro, Armani, Fabergé, Lenox, Howard Miller Clocks and Musical Animated Rhythm Clocks.
Regularly from $65.00 Now $45.00 Wordwide shipping and Complimentary Gift Wrap Open 7 Day a week
114 La Plaza
Downtown Palm Springs (3 doors east of See’s Candy)
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This triplicate educational backbone further propelled Dr. Marcinkus to continue honing his craft by earning multiple fellowships in plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. Truly, Dr. Marcinkus’s education and credentials stand as a testament to his drive for perfection.
EIGHT4NINE Restaurant & Lounge 849 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs / 760-325-8490 Located in the fashionable Uptown Design District of Palm Springs, EIGHT4NINE Restaurant and Lounge offers a welcoming and friendly atmosphere whether it’s for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Weekend Brunch, or Happy Hour. Our singular goal is to provide you the best dining experience possible, whether looking for an intimate dinner for two or if you want to celebrate life’s special moments with hundreds of friends.
Free panties with purchase of $50 or more... 252 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, CA 92262 | 760.322.6405
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Fun At The Indian Canyons Centuries ago, ancestors of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians settled in the Palm Springs area nd developed extensive and complex communities in canyons, traces of which still exist today. Tahquitz Canyon at 500 W. Mesquite, just west of Palm Canyon Drive, has been reopened to the public for the first since since 1971. It’s the home to a spectacular 60-foot waterfall, rock art, ancient irrigation systems, native wildlife and plant. The visitor center offers education and cultural exhibits and a video which narrates the legend of Tahquitz Canyon. Admission charge. Grupe ART 2680 South Cherokee Way Palm Springs / 707-260-4710 Debi Grupe’s unique work in drawing, monotype prints, sculpture, photography and painting is art which is effortlessly in touch with daily human emotions and feelings. Bold, bright, thought-provoking abstract art. In the words of the artist: “A language. A language unspoken. Unspoken yet understood. Understood by experience! The experience of emotion. Emotions know. Know what? What does it matter? “Aha!” you say. I say, “Aha!” too, over and over and ......when does it end? It doesn’t. So be it. Be it. Be.” Continued on page 12
“Hi, I’m Jan! Stop by and check out the latest and greatest gadgets!”
FUN COOKING CLASSES
...in our “State of the Art” KITCHEN! A new series of cooking classes are planned every month and are conducted by locally known Chefs. - Regular FOOD TASTINGS or book your next “Private Party” with custom design menus.
74-945 Hwy. 111, Indian Wells
with the purchase of $25.00 or more
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SINCE 1983 With over 700 varieties of CIGARS, including Davidoff, Montecristo, Cohiba, Partagas, Padron and Arturo Fuente, you are sure to find a great cigar on any budget! In addition you will find briar pipes, tobacco, lighters, humidors, cigar cutters, ashtrays and most everything else associated with premium tobacco products.
(760) 340-1954 73-580 El Paseo, Palm Desert (Corner of Larkspur)
Advertiser Listings Hephaestus Jewelry 132 La Plaza Palm Springs / 760-325-5395 Hephaestus is Palm Springs premier designer jewelry gallery, featuring artisan created wearable works of art. They offer a wide variety of design styles, stones and metals, blended together with flair and sophistication to fit everyone’s fashion taste and budget. They are known for our extensive and exclusive mens jewelry design collections that run from casual and fun to exotic and distinctive as well as one of the largest selections anywhere of gay marriage and commitment rings.
Idyllwild Bunkhouse (formerly the Strawberry Creek Bunkhouse)
25523 Highway 243 Idyllwild / 951-659-2201 Idyllwild Bunkhouse is a ‘Boutique Motel’ (including 2 private cabins) in the small-town mountain paradise of Idyllwild, California. Outdoor Enthusiast, Kid and Pet Friendly Accommodations. Seated on a hillside overlooking the San Jacinto State Forest, the Idyllwild Bunkhouse is an affordable, eco-friendly mountain lodge tailor-made for hikers, rock-climbers, fisherman, mountain-bikers, or travelers who want
a kids vacation or pet friendly accommodations. From camping-themed rooms with knotty pine interiors and vaulted open-beamed ceilings, to tastefully furnished cabins built with privacy in mind, every Bunkhouse accommodation has a kitchen/kitchenette, private balcony with stunning forest views, Barista Bath & Body amenities, free wi-fi and cable television. A TRUE MUST VISIT DESTINATION FOR YOUR GETAWAYS.
Kitchen Kitchen 74-945 Hwy. 111 Indian Wells / 760-773-9464 www.kitchenkitchen.com “Kitchen Kitchen” has hundreds of gadgets that simplify your life... from apple peelers to zesters and everything in between. Barware, Bakeware, Cookware, Cutlery and gadgets galore. They have added a new kitchen for cooking classes and cooking events.
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CHANEL PRADA ARMANI LOUIS VITTON ESCADA HERMÉS JAMIE SADOCK
AFFORDABLE DESIGNER CONSIGNMENTS Upscale boutique style store. Designer, evening, casual, furs.
74-455 Hwy. 111, Palm Desert (Hwy. 111 and Deep Canyon)
Open Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 5 pm
(760) 346-1255 One regular priced % item. Must bring ad.
Advertiser Listings LULU California Bistro 200 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (Downtown) Palm Springs / 760.327.5858 Palm Springs hippest restaurant, Lulu California Bistro, talent, expertise and a passion for great food combine to produce a captivating California Bistro dining experience. Menu options are many, varied and value-priced, and quality is always high. Generous portions are prepared with the freshest ingredients available and a dash of innovation from our awardwinning chefs. At our exciting bar area, we feature the desert’s best Happy Hour, all-day, all-night, 12-hours long! McCormick’s Palm Springs Collector Car Auctions 244 North Indian Canyon Dr. Palm Springs / 760-320-3290 McCormick’s has been producing classic car auctions in Palm Springs for 31 years! McCormick’s is a family owned and operated Classic Car Auction house based in Palm Springs, California. They produce 2 large Classic Car Auctions per year here in Palm Springs. The auctions are open to the general public and dealers are also welcome. Each event features over 500 Classic & Exotic cars.
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The events are held in February & November 17, 18, 19 this year. The venue is The Spa Resort Casino in downtown Palm Springs, just steps away from many resorts, shopping and fine dining. They also have a very busy year round classic car showroom here in the heart of downtown Palm Springs with many classics for sale on a daily basis.
Memento Gift Shop 111 La Plaza Palm Springs / 760-325-1963 Memento Gift Shop is one of Palm Springs’ most popular gift shops. For over a decade, we’ve provided fine collectable items like Mr Christmas carousels, Willow Tree figures to Disney characters by Britto. We also carry beautiful Papyrus cards, scented candles and soaps, wine decor and accessories, Palm Springs t-shirts and souvenirs. Come see why our customers return year after year to see what’s new at Memento. We’re located next to See’s Candy in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. Continued on page 16
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Advertiser Listings Music Box & Clock Shoppe 114 La Plaza Palm Springs / 760-322-6280 Located in beautiful downtown Palm Springs in the historic La Plaza shopping district for 13 years - this unique store is a “must see”. Featuring a colorful variety of quality gifts and collectibles including Swarovski crystal, Pandora jewelry, Lalique, LLadró porcelain, Armani sculptures, Lenox, Hummel, Faberge, Howard Miller clocks, Murano glass, and featuring magical motion musical clocks by Rhythm! The perfect place to find the
Palm Springs Air Museum
Where History Flies Through The Skies!
745 N. Gene Autry Trail (between Ramon Road and Vista Chino)
Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas & Feb. 16, 2018
Present this ad for $2 OFF Key Magazine SKU Adult Admission 1065
perfect gift! Complimentary gift wrapping. Worldwide shipping. Olive A Sudden 72-270 Highway 111 (Waring Plaza -next to Ross) Palm Desert / 760-565-7561 110 Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs / 760-548-0530 Olive A’Sudden a inviting gourmet style store offers you the opportunity to taste dozens of olive oils, specialty oils and balsamic vinegars from around the world. They also carry gift baskets, gourmet foods, cruets, French Pottery, sampler sets, Olivella beauty products, Himalaysan salt and salt plates and more. Visit them on line at www.oliveasudden.com Palm Desert Tobacco 73-580 El Paseo at Larkspur Palm Desert / 760-340-1954 Entering Palm Desert Tobacco is like finding smoker’s heaven: you’re greeted by the beautiful aromas of fine tobacco, and all around are exquisitely crafted pipes, exotic cigars, customblended tobaccos and smoking accessories such as Colibri, Dunhill and Dupont lighters, and a walk-in cigar humidor. The friendly staff are there to help you choose the right blend.
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Palm Springs Air Museum 745 North Gene Autry Trail Palm Springs / 760-778-6262 The Palm Springs Air Museum is a living history museum dedicated to educating the public about the role Air Power played in preserving American liberties and way of life. The Museum preserves, exhibits, and flies aircraft from World War Two, Korea, and the Vietnam Wars. Most of the aircraft are in flyable condition. Many of their docents are veterans and are willing to share their experiences and sacrifices for the education of future generations. In addition to flyable and static aircraft, the Museum uses permanent and temporary exhibits, related artifacts, artwork, and library sources to perpetuate American History. Children 5 and under and all active military with ID (and their immediate families) receive free admission.
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Advertiser Listings Real Italian Deli 100 South Sunrise Way. Suite B Palm Springs / 760-325-3800 44795 San Pablo Palm Desert / 760-836-1493 At The Real Italian Deli, theyâ€™re committed to bringing a little taste of Italy to the desert. They take pride in offering exceptional service, high quality and great tasting salads and sandwiches, artisan cheeses, specialty groceries, fine wines, authentic Italian products and traditions. They carry a wide range of delicious deli items, such as fresh cheeses, imported and
IDYLLWILD BUNKHOUSE 25525 Highway 243 Idyllwild, California 92549
house-cured deli meats, fresh bread, olive oils, vinegars, fresh, dried, and frozen pastas and a variety of grocery items. Some examples of our product labels include Divella Pasta, San Pellegrino, Costadoro Coffee, DiStefano Cheese, Pasta Mia Filled Pastas, and countless more quality products. Come in and sample some some fresh mozzarella di Bufala or Buratta and you will be back for more. Savage Art 1345 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs / 760-464-5978 Located within the Shops at Thirteen Forty Five. Shawn Savage has for nearly thirteen years been one of Southern Californiaâ€™s most sought after artists. With both a popular gallery and vintage home accessories shop located in Palm Springs, California Shawn is The Palm Springs Lifestyle GURU and the go to guy for top interior designers. Savage has now completed three new million dollar homes filled with his bold and colorful original works. Large canvases create a gallery effect for these wonderful properties and thrill the home owners.
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SBC Shirley’s Boutique 72171 Hwy 111 #200 Palm Desert / 760 773 4800 A Boutique & Consignment Store With A Difference. “There is new guy in town that just opened a new clothing Boutique. Their new store Shirley’s Boutique at the dividing line of Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage on Hyw 111. They have a great staff, Shirley is the best in helping put outfits together for you and the warmth of this type of store is fantastic.”
Sensuality 252 S Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs / 760-322-6405 Where Fun, Fantasy, and Sensuality Collide in Beautiful Downtown Palm Springs. Proudly serving the greater Palm Springs area for 7 years, providing residents and visitors to the desert the best in everything sensual! We offer a unique selection of lingerie, sexy costumes, wigs, shoes, bling, candles, lotions, and toys for her....and him!!! Sensuality is finding more customer satisfaction with higher end lines of lingerie (like Continued on page 20
Dine inside or outside on our beautiful patio
all day, all night, all week!
Excluding beverages, Happy Hour, 3-Course Feast, Sunday Brunch, and Early Bird Special. Not valid with other offers or discounts.
ENJOY A HUGE MENU!
Open daily at 8am for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Happy Hour Named by OpenTable as one of the “Top 100 Dining Hot Spots in the U.S.”
200 South Palm Canyon Drive DOWNTOWN PALM SPRINGS
760-327-LULU (5858) LULUPALMSPRINGS.COM
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According to YELP TRIP ADVISOR & OPEN TABLE 849 is one of the
LUNCH & DINNER from 11AM. | BRUNCH 9AM. SATURDAY & SUNDAY INTIMATE PRIVATE ROOMS | SPACIOUS PATIO | SWANKY LOUNGE
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Cosabella) and toys, so we have expanded our inventory to include something for everyone, in every price range. Add some spice to your life and visit Sensuality- A Store for Her today! Says Bonnie Reiss, Owner of Sensuality a Store for Her “Nothing is more empowering for a woman than stepping into her own sensuality.” Get Your Sensuality On Today!
Stephen Baumbach Photograph 2600 South Cherokee Way Palm Springs / 760-501-6806 People are Talking. “As much as I am in awe of his studio work, I love it when Stephen Baumbach turns his lens towards the outside world”. “Wonderfully evocative works...” “Truly awesome. What a cacophony of images! THX” “Beautiful!” “Dancing flames. So very beautiful.” “Absolutely amazing!!! Kudos to the creative genius!!!” “Off the charts interesting.”
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“Steve- whenever I see your work, it takes my breath away... you truly have a gift and are a talent.” “Magnificent.” “Wow.. this is art!” “Nice play of light and shadow.” Tri-A-Bike Inc. 44841 San Pablo Ave, Palm Desert / 760-340-2840 Though Tri-A-Bike is a great source to purchase a bike, there are times when a bicycle rental makes much more sense. At our shop in Palm Desert, California, we rent Road Bikes, Mountain Bikes, Hybrid Bikes, Comfort
bikes, Tandem Bikes and Kids bikes available for hourly, daily or weekly rental. We also offer delivery to Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indio, and La Quinta. The Palm Desert area offers a wealth of riding opportunities with a great deal to see around every turn. Whether you’re looking to rent a bike to cruise the streets or conquer the desert terrain, Tri-A-Bike, Inc. has something to fit your needs. Stop by today and let us put you behind some handlebars.
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Exceptional Service, High Quality, Great Tasting Food. Salads, Sandwiches, Artisan Cheeses, Specialty Groceries, Fine Wines, Authentic Italian Products and Traditions.
100 S. Sunrise Way, Unit B Palm Springs
44795 San Pablo Ave., Ste. 1 Palm Desert
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Advertiser Listings The Waring International Piano Competition Held at the Indian Wells Theater in Palm Desert Palm Desert / 760-773-2575 The Waring brings classical piano music to the California Desert through outreach concerts to schools, the community and by hosting eight days of an international piano competition every other year with participants coming from around the world. All first rounds of the Competition are free to the public, with low ticket prices for the Solo Finals and the Concerto Finals with Orchestra. Performance
opportunities and cash prizes are awarded to the winners. Contestants participate in both solo and concerto events as well as Master Classes in each age category-Junior, Intermediate, and Senior. Winners have earned performance opportunities in Vienna, London, Rome, Carnegie Hall (NYC), Florida, Denver, Snowmass, San Francisco, as well as Palm Springs and Palm Desert, California.
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City of Palm Springs Dog Park Location: 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way (Behind City Hall) Dog Park is open daily 6am -10pm & closed from noon – 3pm Tuesday and Friday The Palm Springs Dog Park consists of 1.6 acres of fenced-in rolling grass with fire hydrants, dual purpose canine/human drinking fountains, picnic tables and benches made from recycled materials, solar lighting and shade structures. Dogs run and play leash-free; park never closes. Separate play area for small dogs. Beautiful fence designed and built by artist Phill Evans; double-gated for safety.
A Desert Tradition for 48 Years “Nightly Specials Available” 70-385 Hwy. 111 at Country Club Drive, Rancho Mirage (760) 328-1161 • www.lordfletcher.com
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OUR FAVORITE Sullivan’s Steakhouse Happy Hour: Monday - Sunday 3 pm to 6 pm 73-505 El Paseo, Suite 2600, Palm Desert
LULU California Bistro The desert’s best Happy Hour, 12-hours each day, every day. 200 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs
Zin American Bistro Endless Champagne and Mimosa with Brunch on Saturday and Sunday starting at 11 am 198 S. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs
Eight4Nine Restaurant & Lounge EIGHT4NINE offers Happy Hour cocktails and menu items all day every day! 849 N. Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar FIVE SIX SEVEN Selections starting at $6, from 5 pm - 7 pm nightly 71800 CA-111, Rancho Mirage
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HAPPY HOURS The Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar Happy Hour every day from 2 pm - 6 pm. 50% off select bottles of wine every Thursday 70030 CA-111, Rancho Mirage
Ruben and Ozzy’s Oyster Bar & Grill Late night Happy Hour menu.from 9 pm to Close. Garlic Bread $1.95. Oyster Shooter $2.50. Fish Taco $3.00 241 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs
Tommy Bahama Happy Hour: 3 pm to 6 pm Daily Discounted appetizers and drink specials. 73-595 El Paseo, Palm Desert
The Steakhouse at Agua Caliente Casino Resort & Spa Sunday – Thursday 4 pm to 6 pm Discounted Appetizers, $5 House Wines & Well Drinks $6 Specialty drinks & Martinis 32250 Bob Hope Dr, Rancho Mirage
Kiaser Grill Happy Hour nightly! 3 pm to 6 pm. We offer discounts on about 20 food items. 205 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs
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he terrain here covers a wide range of skills suitable for the city cruiser martini rider to the Cat 1 Hammerfest Roadie. Flats, climbs, and sprinting, it’s all here. Make sure you visit us for the 20th Annual Tour de Palm Springs on February 9th and 10th, 2018. Enjoy a 10, 25, 50, or 100 mile course and see the best of the valley. If you plan to ride in the desert you MUST be away of the impact the desert temperatures have on your body and your need to hydrate. DO NOT head out when the sun is high and temps are 105 degrees with only a single water bottle. Riding in the June, July, August timeframe is best done at sunrise. Temps are typically in the 80 to 90 degree range, the traffic is light, and you’ll be done in time for coffee before the sun’s heat can get to you. The roads in the valley are generally cyclist-friendly but you’ll also find a few areas where you might find it a bit tight with the traffic. There are miles and miles of good quality bike routes marked on Google Maps. Here are a few of our favorite routes in Palm Springs: Palm Springs City Loop in Palm Springs.Flat and generally city traffic. Lights react to cyclists. You can easily do 10 miles follow these bike routes and see the City of Palm Springs, some of the best Mid Century Modern neighborhoods, and close up views of the mountains. Ride south into the residential area and climb up to Indian Canyons park gates for stunning valley views. The Aerial Tram Road Climb In N. Palm Springs This is a solid climb on a two lane road so be experienced. Expect 3.7 miles at a 9% average grade. You’ll gain 1,858 feet and will know you got your work in. Top climbers like to do re-
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peats of this road. The best time of day to do this ride is early AM to beat the traffic, and the descent will get your heart racing. Bike Routes in Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage The roads running East-West have the best bike routes marked. If you travel on Gerald Ford Dr, Frank Sinatra Dr, and Country Club Dr, you’ll find the best bike lanes that are generally flat, with a few hundred feet of climbing over 10 miles. The lights are far apart and sensitive to cyclists. Palms to Pine Highway 74 in Palm Desert This is a fun climb that is perfect for repeats. Expect to go 3.8 miles up at a 4% grade. You’ll gain 815 feat in this Cat 3 climb. It’s popular, and you can expect to pass or be passed as you climb. The asphalt is smooth on the generous shoulder. During the day expect heavier traffic. The view of the valley from the top is worth the trip alone. La Quinta Cove rides If you get into La Quinta, the neighborhood tucked in close to the mountains is called La Quinta Cove. There are lots of quiet residential roads and a few main roads with bike lanes marked. You’ll see lots of fellow cyclists enjoying the 3% grade ending at Bear Creek. This riding guide sponsored by www.ILoveRoadCycling.com. Join our Strava group and find other riders in the valley. Beat their times on the segments. www.strava.com/clubs/iloveroadcycling Enjoy your ride!
THE WARING INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION
Three Pianos - Six Hands ONE PERFORMANCE
Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 â€“ 7 PM Thrill to three virtuoso Waring winners playing solo as well as on two and three pianos at one time!
Tanya Karyagina (2009)
Stephanie Ng (2017)
Eun-Kyung Yoon (2013)
Bach, Benjamin, De Falla, Gershwin, Grieg, Mozart, Prokofiev and more! www.McCallumTheatre.org | 760-340-2787 for tickets 73000 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert www.vwipc.org / Non-profit Tax Id # 33-0025613 | 760-773-2575
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EVENTS 30 30 Joshua Tree Music Festival: October 5-8 Founded in 2003, the bi-annual (May & Oct) Joshua Tree Music Festival is held at the gateway to the world-renowned National Park. JTMF is a resourcegenerating powerhouse of passionate creativity, community empowerment, and arts education for all ages. A family inclusive global music experience in the magical Mojave. Committed to radical inclusion, these three day (and four night) funky desert-style festivals create experiences where passion, purpose, family, and friends come together, and the boundary between performer and patron is blurred. The music is diverse and eclectic, from dance-world-electro-funk’n groove to soulful global-ethno melodies. www.joshuatreemusicfestival.com Brian McKnight at the Morongo Casino: October 13 Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is home to a variety of concerts and comedy shows throughout the year, making us one of the top choices in Southern California event venues. Hosting some of the biggest acts in rock, jazz and country, we aim to appeal to many tastes and preferences. If you’re planning on attending one of our Southern California concerts or events, consider making a full experience out of it. www.morongocasinoresort.com Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours: October 14-15 and 21-22 The Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours, now in its 16th year, is a one-of-a-kind experience for art lovers and art buyers to create a customized self-guided tour of the 80 plus open studios in the Morongo Basin and to speak directly with the artists about their work and creative endeavors in the intimacy of their private work spaces. www.hwy62arttours.org Patriot Ride for Our Heroes: October 21 One of the most exciting bicycle event send offs in America! Once the United States Garrison Flag is raised, cyclists will be escorted through hundreds of American flags, fire engines, law enforcement vehicles, military vehicles, motorcycles holding flags, accompanied by Patriotic music played by over 150-piece High School bands and much more. Do not miss out on this spectacular ride start, and cheer our riders on! Info at www.patriotrideforourheroes.com Modernism Week Fall Preview: October 19-22 The mission of Modernism Week is to celebrate and foster appreciation of midcentury architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields, by encouraging education, preservation and sustainable modern living as represented in the greater Palm Springs area. Tickets at www.modernismweek.com 53rd Palm Desert Golf Parade: October 29 The World Famous Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade originated in the early 60s, put together by several individuals who just wanted to have fun. Production was “iffy” depending upon whether a chairman could be found for that year or not. The parade wasn’t an every year event until 1983. In the early days, it was “Christmas in July” for the benefit of local residents who found the summers boring. The FireCliff Lodge served up turkey dinners and the carts were all decorated for Christmas. Now, of course, the parade is in October with 15,000 to 30,000 spectators lining El Paseo. www.golfcartparade.com
31 EVENTS/ONGOING 31 Palm Springs Village Fest: The Thursday night street fair featuring arts, crafts, food, and entertainment! Join the thousands of visitors and locals to beautiful downtown Palm Springs this Thursday for the Valley’s finest event. Thursdays from 6 to 10PM on Palm Canyon Drive.
Street Fair at The College of The Desert For over 30 years, The Street Fair, at College of the Desert has been a popular weekend destination, where locals and visitors alike can spend their day with an open-air shaded shopping experience second to none. The Street Fair offers more than 300 merchants, artists, a farmer’s market, live entertainment, gourmet food and much more. The Street Fair Fall Season hours October through May are 7 am – 2 pm. The Street Fair is held at the northwest corner of the College Of the Desert campus off Monterey Avenue in Palm Desert, CA. Visit the RIVER at Rancho Mirage Recognized for its spectacular ambience and unique luxury lifestyle, Rancho Mirage is known as a prime travel destination for its world-class resorts, beautiful golf courses, superb tennis facilities, and The River’s premier dining, shopping and entertainment offerings.The River is located at the intersection of Highway 111 & Bob Hope Drive in the City of Rancho Mirage, California. Hours Monday to Saturday 10 am - 9 pm and Sunday 11 am - 6 pm. Open Air Market at Indio This exciting, and second largest of Maclin’s Open Air Markets, is found at the Riverside County Fairgrounds in Indio. Not far from the glamour of Palm Springs, this night market has tremendous bargains found only while shopping under the stars. It is reminiscent of bazaars throughout the world. Open Wednesday and Saturday nights 4pm -11 pm BackStreet Art District Art Walk The Backstreet Art District boasts a diverse collection of galleries & businesses where you may meet artists, visit working studios and enjoy fine art all in one location. Join us during our monthly First Wednesday Art Walk from 5 to 8 pm. 2600 South Cherokee Way, Palm Springs, CA.
Cathedral City Art Walk Meet the artists of the Perez Rd Art District. You will discover special art exhibits, museum quality art as well as cultural art to brighten your soul. It’s a great way to meet other like-minded people, and maybe get a little exercise going from art gallery to design gallery to art gallery. It will be ARTtastic! Every 2nd Saturday at 68895 Perez Rd, Cathedral City from 5 - 8 pm.
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The Desert Resorts Concierge Association
Concierge Association Board Members 2017-2018 from left to right is Barbara Porchenick from Desert Springs Marriott, Amber Owens from Hyatt Regency Indian Wells, Celina Adame from PGA West, Victoria Hiraoka from Omni Rancho Las Palmas, Kristen Hutzley from Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, Joe Diaz from Renaissance Indian Wells, and Chris Hagen from the Parker.
he Desert Resorts Concierge Association was founded in 1989 by Concierge Brenda Verna of the Renaissance Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, CA. She was the first elected president, starting with six members. With the growth of this valley the DRCA has expanded to 28 members and 20 affiliate members, and is still growing. Brenda Verna-Chef Concierge-Les Clefs d’ Or has been serving guests for over 28 years at her resort. Her mission statement is, “It is the concierges duty to care of each and every guest. There is no task too small or too big that we cannot conquer!” Our professional concierge are eager to help guests experience the most sought after attractions in the Coachella Valley. With an oasis of world-class resorts and hotels and award-winning restaurants your sure to have a dream vacation. Enjoy your getaway with live entertainment, spas, golfing and shopping. Also, explore the natural wonders, outdoor activities and beautiful hiking trails. The DRCA has a wealth of information to help make your stay or your guests stay as seamless and memorable as possible. Let our concierge arrange your next relaxing getaway so you can experience all the magic of the Coachella Valley.
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DESERT GOLF CATHEDRAL CANYON COUNTRY CLUB 68311 Paseo Real, Cathedral City 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-328-6571 CIMMARON GOLF COURSE 67603 30th Avenue, Cathedral City Pebble Course 18 Hole, Par 58. 760-770-6060 DESERT DUNES GOLF CLUB 19300 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-251-5366 DESERT PRINCESS Country Club & Resort 28-555 Landau Blvd., Cathedral City 27 holes-Par 72 760-322-2280 DESERT WILLOW GOLF RESORT 38-995 Desert Willow Dr., Palm Desert 36 Regulation, Par 72. 760-346-0015 EAGLE FALLS GOLF COURSE AT FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO 84-245 Indio Springs Parkway, Indio 18-hole, Par 72 championship golf course. 760-238-5633 HERITAGE PALMS 44291 Heritage Palms Drive South, Indio 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-772-7334 INDIAN PALMS COUNTRY CLUB 48630 Monroe Street, Indio 27 Hole, Par 72. 760-775-4444 GOLF RESORT AT INDIAN WELLS 44-500 Indian Wells Lane, Palm Desert 36 Regulation, Par 72. 760-346-4653. INDIO MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE 83-040 Avenue 42, Indio 18 Executive, Par 54. 760-347-9156 LA QUINTA RESORT Mountain Course 50-200 Avenida Vista Bonita, La Quinta 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-564-4111
MARRIOTT’S DESERT SPRINGS RESORT 74-855 Country Club Dr., Palm Desert 36 Regulation, Par 72. 760-341-1756. MESQUITE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 2700 East Mesquite Ave., Palm Springs 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-323-1502 MISSION LAKES COUNTRY CLUB 8484 Clubhouse Blvd., Desert Hot Springs 18 Regulation, Par 71. 760-329-8061 PALM DESERT RESORT COUNTRY CLUB 77-333 Country Club Dr., Palm Desert 18 Regulation, Par 72. 760-345-2791 PALM ROYALE COUNTRY CLUB Fred Waring at Washington, La Quinta Par 18, Par 3, Par 54. 760-345-9701 TAHQUITZ CREEK GOLF RESORT 1885 Golf Club Dr., Palm Springs 36 Regulation, Par 72. 760-328-1005 TOMMY JACOBS’ BEL AIR GREENS 1001 So. El Cielo Rd., Palm Springs 9 Executive, Par 32. 760-322-6062 PGA WEST RESORT Nicklaus and Stadium 56-150 PGA Blvd., La Quinta 36 Regulation, Par 72. 760-564-6666. SANTA ROSA COUNTRY CLUB 38105 Portola Ave., Palm Desert 760-568-5717 SUN CITY PALM DESERT 38180 Del Webb Boulevard, Palm Desert 760-200-2100 WOODHAVEN COUNTRY CLUB 41555 Woodhaven Dr., E. Palm Desert 760-345-7636
PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM
Join Us Every First Wednesday for our popular Backstreet District ART Walk. 14 Galleries Open from 5 - 8 pm.
2600 South Cherokee Way Palm Springs
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Saturdays 10am-4pm • Oct 28 Nov 11 & 25 Over 80 Artists • Free Admission • Live Entertainment Bart Aldrich
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Celebrate the arts along Old Town's Main Street paintings jewelry photography glass textiles ceramics & more!
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Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the Palm Springs Art Museum has an art collection that rivals urban metropolitan museums, and includes works from Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Donald Judd, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Robert Rauschenberg, Antony Gormley and Ansel Adams. Spread over the 150,000 sq. ft., the museum boasts major collections of modern and contemporary art, glass, photography, architecture and design and Native American and Western art. It has two outdoor sculpture gardens, a café featuring American and Continental cuisine, and a museum store that includes one-of-a-kind gifts and art-related merchandise. The museum is open every day except Mondays and major holidays, and is always 75 degrees. It features free admission every Thursday evening from 4-8 p.m. and every second Sunday of each month. 101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs CA 92262 | 760-322-4800
1345 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, CA 92262 Located in the Shops at Thirteen Forty Five 760-464-5978 | www.paintingsbysavage.com See the new releases on Instagram @savageart
“Slice of life”
Acrylic on canvas 48” x 60” Debi Grupe 2400-
2680 Cherokee Way, Palm Springs (Backstreet Art District) Open Wed-Sun. 11am - 5pm (Join me for the monthly First Wednesday Art Walk 5-9pm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE
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Your “Take Along” KEY to everything happening in the Coachella Valley! Visit us at www.keypalmsprings.com. Follow us on Twitter: @keypalmspr...
Published on Nov 1, 2017
Your “Take Along” KEY to everything happening in the Coachella Valley! Visit us at www.keypalmsprings.com. Follow us on Twitter: @keypalmspr...