The Kimpton Rowan welcomes Ysaac Ramirez as 4 Saints’ new chef; Salt Flats gets ready to open in downtown Calthedral City; I Heart Mac and Cheese makes Palm Springs plans; and more!
Not only did Desert Ensemble Theatre drop the word “Company” from its name; it has moved into a brand-new home at the Palm Springs Cultural Center—which it will christen Oct. 22-24 with a benefit concert titled Reunited and It Feels So Good.
Topics tackled on this week’s Independent comics page include grooming wax, a dark authoritarian future, snowflake-triggering, homeschooled tweens—and much more!
If all goes according to plan, the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert could reopen its doors in late 2022. However, it will take a lot of money and work to get there.
This week, Dan answers a question from a straight guy who likes going on Grindr—and more!
The fall Highway 62 Open Studio Art Tours, which have been going on for about two decades, were canceled last year due to the pandemic. However, it’s a big comeback event this year, with more than 165 artists slated to open their studios to visitors.
Sean Cox had been the entertainment supervisor at Agua Caliente Rancho Mirage for five years. Then the pandemic came, and he found himself without work. Then he got a call from his friend Matt, who owned a record/thrift store.
Are there too many cannabis businesses in the Coachella Valley—or is there still room to grow?
Get to know Eleni Austin, a CV Weekly scribe who is a familiar face to customers of the late, lamented Record Alley.
If you didn’t know better, you may think there isn’t much to Mexico’s craft-beer scene … and you would be deeply mistaken.