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Route 66 Roadtrip: Amboy, CA

It has been widely believed that Amboy’s beginnings can be traced to the Southern Pacific Railroad, or even the world-famous Route 66. In actuality the earliest beginnings go back to 1858, when miners began to extract salt from Bristol Dry

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Palm Springs Tram Opens on September 12, 1963

About 400 dignitaries attended the festivities, and 30 business magnates paid $1,000 for the privilege of being inaugural riders. Gov. Edmund Brown’s wife, Bernice, broke a bottle of California sparkling wine over the side of the tramcar. The governor cut

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Palm Springs Back In The Day

This is a slide show made up of photos from back in time in Palm Springs. You might find someone you know, or a photo that you posted. I added music by Dean Martin “It’s 1,200 Mile From Palm Springs

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Take the Ride of your life down the Palm Desert’s Bump and Grind if you dare

Amazing Mountain Bike Journey down from the top of the infamous BUMP and GRIND in Palm Desert, California without any breaks. Rider/Filmed by Alvino Garcia – Produced by CoachellaValley.com

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NYU Student Releases 9/11 Video From Her Dorm Room For The First Time

9/11 will always go down as the worst day in history for the United States. A student from New York University, Caroline Dries has just posted raw footage from that day, which has never been seen before. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Very Popular

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New Mud Pots Boil Over, Salton Sea – California

As the Salton Sea begins to recede these ancient geothermal and seismic phenomenons are reappearing on the Salton Sea shorelines in the Coachella Valley.  These are very hot and will cause serious burns and even death!!! ======================= MORE VIDEOS THAT

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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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Spring Break 1989 – Palm Springs

Remembering Spring Break 1989 by inthemix2006yo I filmed this footage during Spring Break in 1989. I edited the footage with old school vcr equipment from back in the day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Popular Video: 1950s-video-promoting-tourism in palm-springs/ Most Popular Video: Duet by 2 of Coachella

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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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At the end of it all… A Pleasantly Enlightened Interactive Experience

At the end of it all… A Pleasantly Enlightened Interactive Experience … (cont. series) Musings from a Coachella “First-timer Over Forty” by Michelle Roe In my search to find out what this Coachella thing, this momentous event, this life changing concert

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Hike to the Palm Desert Cross, Never Disappoints!

The Hike to Palm Desert Cross. From Homme Park off Thrush Street this 3 mile round trip hike is a local favorite that never disappoints. This is a dog and family friendly hike that climbs over 600 ft to huge

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A Sunset Dinner with Domaine Serene Winery at Colony Palms Hotel

A Sunset Dinner with Domaine Serene Winery at Colony Palms Hotel Colony Palms Hotel Wine Dinner with Oregon’s most important vintners, Domaine Serene Winery!   Enjoy wine perfectly paired with a delectable dinner prepared by Chef Nick Tall on Wednesday,

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Coachella Valley Family Favorite – Candy Cane Lane!!

Coachella Valley Family Favorite – Candy Cane Lane!! 50 Homes Decorated on Minerva Rd in Cathedral City Last Week of November Through Jan 1, 2016

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Balanced Training Boot Camp Joins Forces with Orangetheory Fitness

Cathy Serif Shares Her Excitement on the New Chapter of BTBC Balanced Training Boot Camp has been bustin’ a booty move for a decade now and we would have never reached this pinnacle point in our program without our beloved,

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Coachella Valley Choreographer Spotlight – Jacob Montoya

18th Annual Choreography Festival Spotlight: Award Winning Choreographer, Jacob Montoya By Michelle Roe Arts and culture in the Coachella Valley continues to draw impassioned talent from around the globe to share their artistry with fortunate desert patrons.  In the coming weeks,

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Hike San Jacinto Peak

San Jacinto Peak via Marion Mountain Naturalist John Muir wrote of San Jacinto Peak, “The view from San Jacinto is the most sublime spectacle to be found anywhere on this earth!” Who am I to argue with Muir? At 10,834′

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Fat Burger & Buffalo’s Cafe – Coming to Palm Desert

FAT BURGER and BUFFALO’s CAFE is COMING!! Construction has started on a combined Fatburger/Buffalo’s Cafe restaurant. The hamburger chain has put up a banner at 72-225 Highway 111, next to Red Lobster. The 6,500 square-foot space will house Fat Burger

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Angel on the Mountain

Coachella Valley did you know we have an Angel on the Mountain? Photos and Story by Barbara Demmocks  On the west end of the Coachella Valley, gracing the steep slopes of Mount San Jacinto above Palm Springs, is the unique rock formation

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Caught on tape Dirt-Nado hitting downtown Palm Springs at the Vintage Market on Indian Canyon near Alejo

Dirt-nato hits downtown Palm Springs during the last Vintage Market held this season reaking havoc on several vendors and cars. SEE VIDEO Posted by Geoff Fox  Sunday, May 3, 2015

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Spring Concerts at the Palm Desert Civic Center Park!

Enjoy exciting performances under the stars Thursday nights in May with the return of Palm Desert’s free Spring Concerts in the Park. Concerts will take place at the Civic Center Park Amphitheater from 7:30 to 9 p.m. beginning May 7 with south

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