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There was a Stagecoach stop in Cathedral City, behind where Target is now located. Read More

SIMULATION SHOWS FALLOUT OF 7.7-MAGNITUDE QUAKE IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY

Simulation of 7.7 Earthquake CLICK TO WATCH SIMULATION CLICK TO WATCH SIMULATION

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Bat Caves Buttes – Check it out!

Bat Caves Buttes – Check it out! By Brad Wheeler Latitude: N 33°25’26” Longitude: W 115°49’04” The Bat Caves or Bat Caves Buttes as the location is officially known, is at the crest of Durmid hill approximately one mile southeast

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Halloween Bash in Palm Springs, thousands expected

BB’s 33rd Annual Halloween Bash Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Join us at one of Coachella Valley’s premier events of the fall season, the legendary Halloween Bash at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs. This year’s 33rd Annual Bash promises

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1950’s Video Promoting Tourism in Palm Springs

Presented to the Community by the Palm Springs Rotary Club on the Golden Anniversary of Rotary International. You might want to grab a snack or popcorn and a soda for this one ☺ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Very Popular Video: Spring Break 1989 in

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Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra – May 12, 1960

Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra – 2 of Coachella Valley’s Favorite People Singing a Duet! MORE VIDEOS THAT MAY INTEREST YOU: Need for Speed on Thermal Club’s Exclusive 4.5 mile Private Racetrack – GoPro Lotus Runs the track at 160mph+

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Desert Oasis Music Festival – OCTOBER’s FEATURED EVENT- Adds Payment Plan

New 2-Day Music Festival Coming to Indio, CA in October – Empire Music Ventures Presents Desert Oasis Music Festival October 7th & 8th, 2017 at Empire Polo Grounds. A new way to pay for tickets is now available for Desert Oasis

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Epic Palm Springs Wind Farm Timelapse!

Epic Palm Springs Wind Farm Time lapse! The Coachella Valley Team took a couple minutes yesterday to make a time lapse of the beautiful evening out at the Palm Springs Wind Farm. Enjoy!

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Your Next Weekend Adventure Awaits – Eagle Mountain Railroad

Coachella Valley’s Abandoned Eagle Mountain Railroad Cover photo by Jill Hayes The Eagle Mountain Railroad, owned by Kaiser Steel Corporation, is a 51-mile branch line that serves the iron mines in and around Eagle Mountain, near California’s Salton Sea. It

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Hiking Hydration Tips

Hiking Hydration Tips Whether your hiking in the Coachella Valley or elsewhere, here are a few tips we have compiled to help you stay hydrated!   Climate:  When hiking in hot and/or humid conditions, one litre per hour is generally

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Hike The Coachella Valley Preserve

The McCallum Trail – A Family Friendly Hike

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Powerfully Famous People Who Made Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Their Home!

Palm Springs Historical Society, located on the Village Green, at 221 S. Palm Canyon Drive, swings open its doors for the new season on Friday, September 1, 2017. Story by Renee Brown/Palm Springs Historical Society for CoachellaValley.com As summer wraps

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Coachella Valley Daytrippin – Slab City is home to Christina Angelina Art Mural

Water Tank Mural Near the Salton Sea in Niland, California – Is An Oasis Of Feminine Power Christina Angelina transformed an abandoned water tank in the Southern California desert into a haunting work of art. Her mural “Kinetoscope” (in collaboration

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What to do if bitten by a snake.

If you live in the Coachella Valley you should learn how to handle a snake bite.  Each year, about 8,000 venomous snake bites occur in the US and about 5 of those people die. You’ve got a good chance of

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Coachella Valley’s Bighorn Institute

     The most exclusive place in the Coachella Valley belongs to the Bighorn Institute… and no, it’s not a golf course. By Scott Alvarez What exactly is a Bighorn Institute? Bighorn Institute is an “invite only” facility that is

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History of the Cabazon Dinosaurs, Claude K. Bell, 1960’s

Coachella Valley -Cabazon Dinosaurs, Claude K. Bell, 1960’s  Mr. Bell spent more than two decades and $300,000 creating the giant creatures on an otherwise desolate stretch of Interstate 10 near Palm Springs. The dinosaurs, a 150-ton, concrete brontosaurus named Dinney

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Jim Morrison at Tahquitz Creek

Jim Morrison swims the Tahquitz Canyon creek in Palm Springs despite the legend of a soul stealing angry shaman

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America’s Most Ridiculous Laws

America’s Most Ridiculous Laws!  In Los Angeles, It is not legal to bathe two babies at the same time in the same tub. In Riverside, Kissing on the lips, unless both parties wipe their lips with carbonized rose water, is

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1930’s Date Stand

One of the earliest and certainly most picturesque Date stands was the Black Tent located at 1652 S. Palm Canyon Drive.

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A Lookback to 2014 Coachella Weekend 2! Sunday Highlights

Coachella Weekend 2 Sunday Highlights – Enough Strength for One More Day? INDIO,CA – As if two straight days of audible mayhem wasn’t enough lets do it one more time! Sundays at Coachella start out quite similar to this particular day.

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