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Welcome From the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce CEO
12 The Palm Springs Public Arts Commission’s New Street Bench Art Pilot Project
Welcome From the City Manager
13 Season 3 of Palm Springs Speaks
The Palm Springs International Film Festival
Modernism Week is For You, Too!
Get Fit and Stay Moving at the Palm Springs Swim Center 14 Parks & Recreation Programs
10 Nancy Sinatra at The Plaza Theatre
17 Walk of the Stars Palm Springs
11 City of Palm Springs Making Strides Addressing Homelessness
19 Uniquely Palm Springs
City of Palm Springs Employee Spotlight: Danny DeSelms
21 Introducing New Chamber of Commerce Board President John Fritch Palm Springs Chamber New Members 22 Community Information
On the cover, Palm Springs International Film Festival Chairman Harold Matzner and Film Awards Gala host Mary Hart photographed at Matzner’s Spencer’s Restaurant by David A. Lee.
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From the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce CEO Happy holidays, and welcome to the second edition of Poolside Palm Springs, a joint publication of the city of Palm Springs and the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce.
As a successful 2019 winds down and we all look forward to 2020, I’m filled with excitement and hope. The start of a new year is always such a thrilling time. It’s an opportunity to wipe the slate clean, look forward to the future, set goals, and dream big. At the Chamber, we start off this fresh chapter in the very same way you do—with a vow to make the new year better than the preceding 12 months. But no matter what page of the calendar we’re on, our razor focus forever remains
on how to best serve our 1,200 members. How can we provide expert tips and tools for growth—be it platforms for networking with fellow entrepreneurs and members of our community, an incredible array of support services, or interesting enrichment programs that business owners will find rewarding in so many ways? Simply put, our members’ success is our success, and our success is the city dwellers’ success. Whether yours is a new or longtime enterprise serving Greater Palm Springs, we believe your strategic plan for 2020 should include being an active member of your Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce. Throughout these pages you’ll
learn about the myriad special events and targeted marketing avenues we offer to not only bring you face to face with your clientele but to boost your bottom line. Please drop in to our sunny, newly remodeled downtown offices so that we may show you how we can help you thrive in 2020 and beyond. In the meantime, please enjoy this sophomore issue of Poolside Palm Springs, and read it knowing that my staff and I wish you safe and happy holidays and a joyful, healthy, and prosperous new year. —Nona Watson CEO, Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce
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Welcome From the City Manager Dear Palm Springs residents: Happy Holidays! Welcome to our second edition of Poolside Palm Springs, a collaboration between the city of Palm Springs and the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce.
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The city’s municipal election was November 5, and we have now officially moved to districts. You can learn more about your district boundaries, councilmembers, and next year’s election by visiting our website at palmspringsca.gov. In addition, I would like to inform you that beginning in 2020, City Council meetings will move from the first and third Wednesdays of the month to the second and fourth Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. You can view City Council meetings live online at palmspringsca.gov or on Palm Springs Community Television Channel 17.
Finally, the city’s premier event—the 31st Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, January 2 to 13, 2020—is right around the corner. I want to thank our Poolside cover models, Festival Chairman Harold Matzner and fabulous Film Awards Gala host Mary Hart, for their extraordinary commitment to making the festival one of the most successful in the world. Harold took over PSIFF 16 years ago, and it has become celebrated in the industry. Its glamorous Film Awards Gala is considered an important precursor to the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards. Not to mention, our special relationship with Mary and Entertainment Tonight is the kind of partnership most cities can only dream about—shining an incredible global spotlight on the festival and the uniquely magical destination that is Palm Springs! The city of Palm Springs is proud to be the Title Sponsor of the 2020 Palm Springs International Film Festival, an important economic tourism driver that brings film industry insiders and thousands of movie buffs from around the world to our city each and every January. For more information about the films, special screenings, and events, please visit psfilmfest.org. It has been an honor and pleasure to serve as your city manager these almost 20 years. Please feel free to contact me at any time by calling my office at (760) 322-8362, or via email at David.Ready@palmspringsca.gov. Sincerely, David H. Ready, Esq., Ph.D. City Manager
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By Daniel Vaillancourt
Photo by David A. Lee
More Than Three Decades of Glitter
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The official Film Festival poster for 2020.
Superstar Bradley Cooper at 2019’s Film Awards Gala.
Palm Springs International Film Festival Chairman Harold Matzner and Film Awards Gala host Mary Hart make a great team on and off the stage
t press time, the honorees for the 31st Annual Film Awards Gala have yet to be announced, so it’s anyone’s guess as to which Tinseltown luminaries will be treading the red carpet outside the Palm Springs Convention Center on the dazzling evening of January 2. What is certain is that the star power will be blinding. Poolside Palm Springs sat down with Harold Matzner and Mary Hart to chat at Matzner’s Spencer’s Restaurant at the Mountain.
finest and we all have a blast. Plus, we love the fans who show up, which are in the thousands now. I remember the first year I hosted, there were maybe a couple hundred people out there on the street. Now it’s like arriving at any other major awards show in Hollywood.
POOLSIDE PALM SPRINGS: What keeps the gala fresh for you after all these years?
HAROLD MATZNER: We’ve come such a long way. We really have. It’s the biggest show of its kind in the industry. There’s nothing bigger anywhere. Not only the number of people—we sell out every single one of our 2500 seats, which go on sale the first week of August—but the size of the production.
MARY HART: Just the fact that we have a rotating bevy of A-list stars. Every year, the studios come out with great new pictures, and the casts change. So, for me, it’s being excited about the new crop of movies and which actors are going to be there. Even though it’s January 2 and everybody is still getting over their New Year’s Eve hangover, they show up in their
MARY HART: And what’s so great is that the same team does it every year. And you know what? We’re a really good team. We’re all professional. It makes me come in and know that even if I’m reading through the script in rehearsal the morning of the event, I feel confident that I’m in the best hands possible. That’s a big deal.
HAROLD MATZNER: What I love about this show is that it’s not taped. There aren’t any constraints. There’s no hard script. People can relax and just say and do what they feel like saying and doing. That’s why it’s such a crowd-pleaser. But the reality is actors, directors, producers, studio people come here because of the results we produce. For more than three decades, the vast majority of our honorees have also been nominated for an Oscar the same year we’ve paid tribute to them. Last year, six won the Academy Award, including the four top awards. That’s unbelievable. POOLSIDE PALM SPRINGS: Harold, tell me about the festival’s partnership with the city. HM: It’s critical. First, the city provides really important funds. No matter how good a show is, you’ve got to be able to pay for it. The city helps us to do that. And the way the city embraces the festival really encourages other people to do the same thing. It’s an example of great fundraising leadership. It’s valued and it’s appreciated. Poolside Palm Springs Winter 2019-20
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Residents are urged to participate in the two popular events—one in February, the other in October ure, the Palm Springs midcentury modern extravaganza known as Modernism Week drew more than 162,000 visitors from all 50 states and 25 countries to its fall 2018 and winter 2019 merriments, but that doesn’t mean residents can’t get in on all the fun. The trick is to nab spots early.
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At press time, tickets for the 15th iteration of the festival (February 13-23, 2020) have just gone on sale and are going fast. But don’t despair. Try your luck and visit modernismweek.com to see what’s still available of more than 350 stellar events, including walking tours, bicycle tours, bus tours, garden tours, home tours across some 30 neighborhoods, educational talks, film screenings, a classic car show, cocktail soirées, and the ever-popular Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale. And remember that a portion of every ticket sale benefits the non-profit host organization as well as other preservation,
neighborhood, and community groups. A wild array of new happenings have been added for 2020, including programs celebrating the Alexander family, a panel on the saving of the Sunset Magazine archives, an appearance by Nancy Sinatra at the Plaza Theatre, a Nutty Professor party at the Jerry Lewis House, and a series of talks on Australia’s modern architecture. The entire grand affair kicks off with an opening night party—dubbed “Space Modyssey 2020”—at the Palm Springs Air Museum on Thursday, February 13 from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. As in years passed, CAMP (Community And Meeting Place, at 575 North Palm Canyon Drive just north of Alejo) will be MW’s beating heart, boasting an info desk, a box office, designer lounges, and a theater. It’s also here that popular singing group The Dreamboats will offer free performances. To give you an idea of how this civic
By Daniel Vaillancourt treasure has grown in the last decade and a half, there were only a quintet of attractions at the inaugural Modernism Week in 2006. In 2019, there were 382! All this adds up some 1.74 billion worldwide media impressions and an economic impact of $57 million on the Coachella Valley. “The events we offer during both festivals allow attendees to tour homes and properties generally not open to the public, take exciting docent-led tours, attend parties where guests dress in retro attire, and celebrate the midcentury modern lifestyle,” says Modernism Week Executive Director Lisa Vossler Smith. “We are so pleased that the city of Palm Springs continues to be our Presenting Civic Sponsor, which allows us to offer these events to residents of Palm Springs and to the wide array of national and international tourists who travel here to experience our culture and lifestyle.”
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Nancy Sinatra to Host Special Fundraiser for Plaza Theatre Restoration Project February 16 During Modernism Week
The incomparable Nancy Sinatra has signed on to host a very special event at the theatre—located at 128 South Palm Canyon Drive downtown—from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 16, during Modernism Week. The afternoon affair will include a special screening selection of her work followed by a conversation with the audience. Nancy also promises to bring special celebrity guests! More details are available at modernismweek.com. As the daughter of Frank Sinatra (perhaps one of the most famous of the many Hollywood celebrities who helped put Palm Springs on the international stage), Nancy has many fond memories of spending her childhood in the desert and is a huge supporter of preserving our past and our city’s historic architecture.
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Nancy follows Lily Tomlin, who recently did a special public service announcement asking for community support and explaining the importance of restoring and preserving the Palm Springs landmark. A fundraising campaign to raise funds for the restoration project was recently announced during the State of the City, along with two major donations: $100,000 from Modernism Week and $50,000 from the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation. That brings the total committed for the project so far to over a quarter of a million dollars. The city’s consultant has estimated $10 to $12 million is required to restore the building.
Photo courtesy of the Sinatra family
he historic Plaza Theatre in downtown Palm Springs is attracting some big names to help raise the needed money for its restoration.
The theatre, built in 1936, has been the location for Hollywood film premieres, national radio broadcasts, the Palm Springs International Film Festival, and the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies. Vacant since the departure of the Follies, the building was recently cleaned up for the State of the City, but the Class One Historic structure still requires significant work. To understand what it will take financially, the city recently engaged international architectural firm Gensler and preservation consultants to develop a restoration and rehabilitation plan which calls for the installation of 670 new seats, significant infrastructure repairs, investment in new theatrical equipment, and structural improvements to ensure the building meets current fire prevention and Americans with Disabilities Act mandates. “The Plaza Theatre is one of the most iconic buildings in Palm Springs,” says City Manager David H. Ready. “Restoring such an important civic institution as this will require significant support from our local community. We encourage anyone who is interested to get involved and donate.” For more information about the project, or to donate, visit savetheplazatheatreps.com.
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City of Palm Springs Making Strides Addressing Homelessness Palm Springs Receives $10 Million Award for Homeless Assistance With approximately 232 Palm Springs homeless individuals having found permanent housing thanks to new service programs implemented over the last three years, the city of Palm Springs is making important strides when it comes to addressing homelessness on the west end of the Coachella Valley. A total of 700 individuals also found temporary housing, while 368 took advantage of the city’s Overnight Cooling Shelter, according to a newly updated Homeless Report. In addition, Assemblyman Chad Mayes, with assistance from the City Council Homelessness and Affordable Housing Subcommittee, recently secured Palm Springs $10 million for homeless assistance from Governor Gavin Newsom’s state budget, which the city
will use to address homelessness and help find permanent solutions. Although the County of Riverside is legally responsible for homelessness, poverty, behavioral health, and other social services, over the past three years, the city of Palm Springs has stepped up and committed to finding the funds and resources necessary to implement new programs to help homeless individuals receive the tools necessary to obtain housing and job skills so they can get off the streets and lead more selfsufficient and productive lives. Funding for many of the new programs comes from the city of Palm Springs and a generous matching grant from the Desert Healthcare Foundation. These programs include CVAG’s Housing First initiative, the hiring of two city-
funded Housing Crisis Response Teams, funding for employment and healthbenefit-related wraparound assistance from Martha’s Village and Kitchen, and the support of a successful Overnight Emergency Shelter this summer in partnership with the County of Riverside. The city has continued the overnight shelter that is now funded by the city and Desert Healthcare Foundation. “The city of Palm Springs is committed to addressing homelessness and to finding permanent solutions,” says City Manager David H. Ready. “On behalf of our citizens, a sincere thank you to Assemblyman Mayes, Governor Newsom, and Desert Healthcare Foundation for partnering with us on the funding needed to put services and programs in place that will make a tangible difference.”
City of Palm Springs Employee Spotlight: Danny DeSelms Meet Danny DeSelms, the city’s new emergency management coordinator. He began his position with the Palm Springs Fire Department in August. A Marine and former emergency management and training coordinator for Marine Aircraft Group 13, United States Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona, DeSelms has an extensive background in emergency management and disaster preparedness, and is excited to be taking the lead for the city of Palm Springs. His areas of expertise include emergency response planning and training. Prior to his position in Yuma, he provided emergency management expertise at multiple Marine Corps bases in Okinawa, Japan; Camp Lejeune, North Carolina; Washington, DC; and at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms. While in the Marine Corps, DeSelms graduated from the Chemical,
Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense School at Fort McClellan, Alabama. He served as part of Operation Eagle during the anthrax attacks in the nation’s capital, where his teams were tasked with finding the extent of the contamination. DeSelms also served with the Task Force for Tsunami Relief Operation in Thailand following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. “Danny DeSelms has an exceptional background coordinating emergency management and disaster preparedness for the United States Marines,” according to Palm Springs City Manager David H. Ready. “His experience managing and responding to largescale emergencies, along with his expertise in planning and training, will be a significant asset to our city, and we are pleased to welcome him to the executive management team.”
DeSelms earned his bachelor’s degree in emergency and disaster management from American Military University in 2015. “Emergency management and preparedness are a top priority for the Palm Springs Fire Department,” says Chief Kevin Nalder. “We are looking forward to working with Danny and to the wealth of experience he will bring to our organization.” DeSelms also manages the fire department’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program. Residents interested in volunteering to become a CERT member, or those with questions related to emergency preparedness, can reach DeSelms via email at daniel.deselms@ palmspringsca.gov. Poolside Palm Springs Winter 2019-20
The Palm Springs Public Arts Commission’s New Street Bench Art Pilot Project Excites Community create the series of benches, with the theme of “Urban Desert Palms and Icons,” on Palm Canyon Drive between Arenas Road and Museum Way. Among the notables other than Garland and Warhol, now appearing on the benches are artists Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Frida Kahlo, and performers Lucille Ball and Elvis Presley (chosen for their connection to Palm Springs).
olorful images of iconic performers and artists like Judy Garland and Andy Warhol—to name but two—are now gracing exteriors of benches throughout downtown Palm Springs thanks to an innovative Street Bench Art Pilot Project conceived by the Palm Springs Public Arts Commission, the City Council Downtown Subcommittee, and Main Street Palm Springs. Artist Tysen Knight was commissioned to
According to Public Arts Commission Chair Ann Sheffer, “We hope to expand this project with more art—and more artists—throughout downtown as well as across the city’s neighborhoods and parks.” Over the summer, the commission created a number of installations in downtown that can be seen along Palm Canyon Drive and Museum Way. The downtown art projects to date also include a sign installation entitled “Finding Our Way” by artist Scott Froschauer at the corner of Museum Way and Palm Canyon Drive, and banners that
proclaim “Art Is Here” and “Palm Springs Art Museum” along Museum Way to celebrate the importance of the museum as a cultural anchor of downtown. “Public art is an important component of the redevelopment of downtown,” according to Palm Springs City Manager David H. Ready. “The City Council is pleased this new pilot project has become such a hit with our residents and visitors, and we want to thank the commission and Main Street for collaborating to bring more exciting public art to downtown.” For the 2019-20 year, the bench project will be expanded to “Art in the Parks” and future projects. More information is available at pspublicarts.com.
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Season 3 of Palm Springs Speaks Continues to Wow Audiences
ecret deals, rivalries, and catfights from the White House to Hollywood. All the speakers for Palm Springs Speaks Season 3 will share their stories and experiences in this not-to-be-missed series. Season 3 kicked off on Friday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. with former Secretary of Labor and author Robert B. Reich. Chancellor’s professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley, and senior fellow at the Blum Center for Developing Economies, Reich discussed “Finding the Common Good in Uncommon Times.” The next guest of the series is the queen of cliffhangers and a notable Hollywood icon. Dame Joan Collins will appear on Sunday, January 26 at 3:30 p.m. She will regale us with her show “An Afternoon with Dame Joan Collins,” where she will spill the tea about her life on stage and film, lifting the lid on the
highs and lows of her amazing career, from her early years at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art to her iconic role as Alexis Carrington and beyond. This legendary performer, author, accomplished producer, and successful entrepreneur is a must-see! The third announced speaker for the series is none other than Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward, who will appear on Friday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. Known for exposing the Watergate scandal, Woodward offers a historical perspective as only he can, having written about the last nine U.S. presidents and chronicled how the power of the presidency has evolved. The author of 19 books, Woodward will have as his topic
“The State of the American Presidency” and current events. Tickets for all talks—which take place at the Richards Center for the Arts at the Palm Springs High School—start at $30 and are available for purchase at palmspringsspeaks. org. The entire program is supported by benefactor sponsors: Friends of the Palm Springs Library and the Palm Springs Cultural Center. Other series sponsors include Lulu California Bistro, the Auen Foundation, the Rowan Palm Springs, the Grace Helen Spearman Charitable Foundation, and Rivera Design.
Get Fit and Stay Moving at the Palm Springs Swim Center Saturday & Sunday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Lap Swim Hours: Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Recreational Swim: Daily from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
f you’re looking for a great place to get some exercise, then make sure to check out the much-loved Palm Springs Swim Center, located at 405 South Pavilion Way, in the Sunrise Park Plaza complex right next door to the high school. The Swim Center, which is open year-round and used daily, features an Olympic-sized swimming pool that is a wonderful resource for the community. During the year, the pool serves several elite swim teams as well as Palm Springs High School’s boys and girls water polo teams. HOURS OF OPERATION The Swim Center is open to the public seven days a week for both lap swimming and recreational swimming. Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Closed Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. for maintenance)
The pool will be closed to the public on federal holidays, and December 11-15 for swim meets. An admission fee of $5.00 (resident) for adults and $3.00 for children (4-12) is charged upon entry to the facility. Non-resident admission fee is $15.00 and $10.00 for children (4-12). Children three years and under are FREE! Pool Pass A great way to save money while still enjoying the facility is through our punch card program. You can purchase a punch card good for 25 visits. Passes are valid for one punch per person per card, and can be purchased at the Leisure Center. A yearly membership fee is required.
Membership Fees Annual membership for residents: Adult $5, Child $5 (4-12) Annual membership for non-residents: Adult $95, Child $25 (4-12) Programs The aquatic exercise program is a popular initiative conducted by a certified instructor. The goal of this class is to improve range of motion, promote muscle strengthening, and increase one’s energy level. A moderate cardiovascular segment is also included. Participants must be able to tolerate 15 minutes of standing or walking without pain, fatigue, or shortness of breath, and be comfortable with arm movements. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. For more information regarding the pool, please call (760) 323-8278 or visit palmspringsca.gov.
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VILLAGE FEST Palm Canyon Drive between Amado and Baristo Roads Thursdays (October through May; Closed Thanksgiving Day), 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. (760) 320-3781 VillageFest.org Downtown Palm Springs opens its arms to a diverse array of artists, artisans, entertainers, and purveyors of all sorts of fresh fruits, veggies, flowers, jewelry, snacks, and sweets. Mark your calendar for special events at Villagefest: Santa’s Coming to Villagefest, December 19 PALM SPRINGS SKATE PARK Sunrise Plaza, 405 S. Pavilion Way Monday through Friday, 12:00 noon to 10:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (760) 656-0024 actionparkalliance.com This 30,000-square-foot facility is available for in-line skating and skateboarding seven days a week. The Rhythm Skate Shop is fully stocked with shoes, clothes, accessories, skateboards, trucks, wheels, concessions, and more. Your one-stop shop! BMX & Scooter Hours: Wednesday 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. INDOOR PICKLEBALL AT THE DEMUTH COMMUNITY CENTER 3601 E. Mesquite Avenue Monday through Friday, 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States, due to its emphasis on timing, balance, and placement—rather than strength, age, or gender. We welcome all the pickleball enthusiasts, with an emphasis on the beginner as well as intermediate 14 Poolside Palm Springs Winter 2019-20
players. No prior experience required. Our program includes daily practice drills, video feedback analysis, USAPA rules discussions, and open pickleball play. A limited number of paddles are available for loan. All other equipment will be provided. This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the USAPA. Annual membership available, or $5 drop-in fee. Your facilitator is USAPA Ambassador Dean Mangione (email@example.com). Outdoor Pickleball at Demuth Park 4200 E. Mesquite Avenue Courts are on a first come, first served basis and are open from dusk to 10:00 p.m. All levels are welcome on the eight available courts. For more information, visit Facebook at Palm Springs Pickleball and join the group. LEISURE CENTER Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (760) 323-8272 Classes and event rentals. For Kids Only (grades K-8): Afterschool Program, August through December, Monday through Friday, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
405 S. Pavilion Way Monday through Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Closed Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. for maintenance) Saturday & Sunday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Lap Swim Hours: Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Recreational Swim: Daily from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The pool will be closed to the public on federal holidays, and December 11-15 for swim meets. DEPARTMENTS EVENTS Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Youth Basketball Classic Saturday, January 18, 10:00 a.m. Demuth Community Center 3601 E. Mesquite Avenue, $5 per player For more information, please call (760) 416-5715. 33rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Celebration Sunday, January 19, 2:00 p.m. Church of Saint Paul in the Desert, 125 W. El Alameda. Everyone is invited! 11th Annual Black History Awards Gala Saturday, January 25, 6:00 p.m. Palm Springs Air Museum 745 N. Gene Autry Trail For more information, please call (760) 323-8271
JAMES O. JESSIE DESERT HIGHLAND UNITY CENTER 480 W. Tramview Road Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (760) 323-8271 Annual Christmas Program and Toy Giveaway December 13 – 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Kwanza December 26 to January 1 DEMUTH COMMUNITY CENTER 3601 E. Mesquite Avenue Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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ark your calendars, stargazers and celebrity-seekers! The 2019-2020 season of downtown’s famous Walk of the Stars Palm Springs—a program managed by the Chamber that most recently paid tribute to beloved radio personality Bill “Bulldog” Feingold on October 14, legendary comedienne Judy Tenuta on November 4, and local philanthropists John McDonald and Rob Wright on November 8 (the couple donated to the LGBT Community Center of the Desert the 5600-square-foot building that serves as the non-profit organization’s present headquarters in 2015)—continues to shine brightly. Next up to be honored: Hardworking character actor Udo Kier (some 265 roles and counting; check out his IMDB profile), in the Entertainment category, on Friday, January 3 at 2:00 p.m. at 135 East Tahquitz Canyon Way.
Emmy-winning writer-producer Jon Schroeder (Bob’s Burgers, The Sarah Silverman Program), in the Entertainment category, with the 435th star, on Friday, December 20 at 2:00 p.m. in front of See’s Candies at 144 South Palm Canyon Drive.
Motown Records founder and legendary producer Berry Gordy (The Jackson 5, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye), in the Entertainment category, on Saturday, February 1 at 10:00 a.m. Location TBA.
The Alexander Family (midcentury modern architecture royalty), posthumously, in the Civic/Pioneer category, on Friday, February 14 at 2:00 p.m. in front of the Architecture & Design Center at 300 South Palm Canyon Drive.
Local singing sensation with a heart of gold, Keisha D, in the Humanitarian category, on Friday, May 1. Exact time and location TBA.
Oscar-nominated screen goddess Lana Turner (Imitation of Life, The Bad and the Beautiful, The Postman Always Rings Twice, and so much more), posthumously, in the Entertainment category, in March. Exact date, time, and location TBA. To find out more about these and other dedications to be announced soon, please visit our new website walkofthestars.com or download the new Walk of the Stars mobile app in the Apple or Google Play stores. Poolside Palm Springs Winter 2019-20
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s many readers surely already know, the Palm Springs City Council, the Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism, and the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce joined forces a few months ago to create Uniquely Palm Springs, a program designed to help promote small local businesses—the retailers, restaurants, entertainment venues, boutique lodgings, and more that give our city its inimitable flavor and cachet.
The initiative highlights and markets these enterprises through curated stories and interviews shared to a vast audience online and via social media, both locally and far beyond. Visit UniquelyPS.com for more information. In each issue of Poolside Palm Springs, we will feature three ventures that are thriving thanks to Uniquely Palm Springs.
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Azúcar Restaurant & Bar at La Serena Villas Hotel.
La Serena Villas/Azúcar Restaurant & Bar laserenavillas.com, azucarpalmsprings.com Just five short years ago, Del Marcos Hotel owners Lars and Kelly Viklund purchased the boarded-up inn next door, along with an adjacent parcel of land. The couple reimagined and renovated the property from scratch, building a new lobby and Azúcar Restaurant & Bar on that bordering vacant lot. At the helm of Azúcar they placed local culinary virtuoso Joane Garcia-Colson, formerly of D.I.S.H. Happy hour at sunset on one of the best rooftop decks in the city? Sounds like a winning proposition to us
“I’m a big fan of Uniquely Palm Springs,” says Lars Viklund. “It’s so hard for us to get the word out to locals, so this is incredibly helpful. It’s not just a great way for me to keep in touch with what’s going on in Palm Springs— which businesses are opening, local politics, and the like—but highlights the people and personalities that make our beautiful city as special as it is.”
Manhattan in the Desert, ready to cater to your every whim, night and day.
Manhattan in the Desert manhattaninthedesert.com A genuine slice or two of New York City can indeed be found right here in the Coachella Valley thanks to this local deli, which will celebrate its 16th anniversary in September 2020. Walk through its doors and you’ll find corned beef, pastrami, brisket, and freshly roasted turkey breast (all made in house) alongside smoked fish such as Nova lox, Lake Superior whitefish, BBQ cod, and baked salmon imported from the East Coast. Still hungry? How about a full-service bakery boasting freshly baked breads, cookies, Danish, and a variety of over 30 other desserts?
“We’re a small business, locally and privately owned, with a single location, so programs like Uniquely Palm Springs are vital to our survival,” says General Manager Kimberly Guzman. “With only a handful of truly authentic delicatessens still in existence across the U.S., we are so happy and proud to keep this important tradition alive for Palm Springs’ residents and visitors.”
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Pianist Joel Baker and Michael Holmes (as Judy Garland) in “The Judy Show” onstage at the Purple Room.
Classic cocktails with a modern twist, world-class cuisine, and some of the most highly-praised singers and comedians performing today—all in a lush, intimate setting that harkens back to the halcyon days (and nights!) of Frank, Sammy, and Dean. Welcome to Michael Holmes’ Purple Room, tucked away in the Club Trinidad Hotel. Monday through Thursday evenings it’s all about live jazz—with Holmes leading his very own Michael Holmes Trio on Wednesdays. Fridays and Saturdays are devoted to dinner and a ticketed show. On Sundays, Holmes headlines “The Judy Show,” his long-running, uproarious parody of 1963’s “The Judy Garland Show.”
“Our supper club is where the Rat Pack act was launched, and the venue has returned to its original splendor, placing on a stage from a bygone era the icons of today,” says Holmes. “We’re so proud to be a part of what makes Palm Springs unique as a destination for tourists from around the world.”
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Introducing the New Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce Board President In July of this year, the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce was proud and pleased to welcome board member John Fritch as its new board president. Originally from Simi Valley, California, Fritch is a professional chef who received his training from Pasadena’s California School of Culinary Arts, where he graduated with honors. His vast experience includes serving not only as a private celebrity chef but as general manager and executive chef for a variety of corporate entities. Among his many awards and achievements are being named a Top 20 Chef in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Daily News, being ranked among the “Top 10 Cliffside Dining in the World” from Architectural Digest in 2018, successfully converting traditional restaurants and convention centers into green establishments, pulling off a sit-down coursed meal for 5000, and a multitude of radio and television appearances, including being guest judge on Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race. Since 2016, Fritch—the co-owner (with friend and business partner Ron Wilcox), general manager, and executive chef of Elevated Experiences—has operated the fine dining, café, cafeterias, catering, and bars at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the largest revolving tram in the world, which attracts almost 600,000 patrons (both local and visiting) per year. The mountaintop food and beverage facilities host a wide array of conventions, trade shows, and other special events throughout the year. “I’m very grateful to have been handed the food and beverage reins of one of Palm Springs’ signature tourist attractions—one whose stellar, global reputation precedes itself,” says Fritch. “It’s such an honor to welcome guests as they come to the end of their journey up our majestic, highest peak.” Fritch—whose goal as board president is to enable him, his fellow board members, and the Chamber staff to further assist members in their commercial ventures—is very thankful for the partnership with the city of Palm Springs, which has made this publication possible. “Poolside Palm Springs is an amazing asset to the entire community,” he says. “It’s a win-win-win-win for the Chamber, the city, business owners, and the residents we all serve.”
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Palm Springs Animal Shelter 4575 E. Mesquite Ave. (760) 416-5718 psanimalshelter.org Palm Springs Convention & Bureau of Tourism 277 N. Avenida Caballeros (760) 325-6611 VisitPalmSprings.Com Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs, ONE-PS www.one-ps.org firstname.lastname@example.org USEFUL CONTACTS FOR OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES AND ORGANIZATIONS Desert Water Agency 1200 Gene Autry Trail South (760) 323-4971 DWA.org LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert 1301 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Ste. 301 (760) 416-7790 thecenterps.org
Parks and Recreation 401 S. Pavilion Way (760) 323-8272
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James O. Jessie Desert Highland Unity Center 480 Tramview Road (760) 323-8271
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