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Palm Desert High School senior will do something no one has ever done before

Palm Desert High School senior Charlie Reiter will do something no one has ever done before Reiter is the first amateur ever to receive an exemption into the professional division of the CareerBuilder Challenge PGA tournament in the event’s 59-year

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Coachella Valley Gem: Cabot’s Pueblo Museum

Coachella Valley Gem: Cabot’s Pueblo Museum The idiosyncratic abode, a vision of one man, is a Desert Hot Springs landmark. By Alysia Gray Painter HOUSES OF MEMORY: Modernism Week is the stylish centerpiece of the desert resorts’ winter season, a

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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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California Desert’s Thousand Palms Oasis as “Nobody” has ever seen it before until… NOW!

In 1905, visionary stock rancher Louis Wilhelm traded two mules and a buckboard wagon for the Thousands Palm Oasis, an 80-acre jewel of land in the heart of the Southern California desert.  But even he didn’t see it like this…

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Cathedral City History in Pictures

The Cathedral City Historical Society presents the history of Cathedral City.

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Day Hike Joshua Tree – Ryan Mountain

Hike Joshua Tree’s Ryan Mountain Cover Photo – Sunrise on Ryan Mountain in Joshua Tree. by Armando Martinez This is a must do if you make your way out to Joshua Tree National Park. Sure it is more difficult then

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Rancho Las Palmas was once home to a fly in airport and hotel – Rancho Mirage History

Coachella Valley Histoy – Circa 1961 – Desert Air Hotel & Resort Palm Desert Airpark Palm Springs CA Fly In! Drive In! – 0 Two 3200′ green grass landing strips for flying enthusiasts.This is now the home

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Coachella Valley Veterans Day Facts

Coachella Valley Veterans Day Facts! In 1954, President Eisenhower officially changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. In 1968, the Uniform Holidays Bill was passed by Congress, which moved the celebration of Veterans Day to

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Coachella Valley Do You Know the History of Veterans Day?

Coachella Valley Do You Know the History of Veterans Day? Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance,

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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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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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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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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’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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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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Do you know about Salvation Mountain?

Salvation Mountain  Cover Photo Salvation Mountain by Tassanee Photography The year 1967 found Leonard back in San Diego visiting his sister Irene. She was always talking about the Lord and it sort of bothered Leonard. One morning to escape her

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Art on Main Street La Quinta: Begins its Eight Month Run of Creative Beauty

This 12 year tradition continues…Vintage art, modern art, jewelry, photography, ceramics and much more is about to take over Old Town La Quinta starting Saturday October 29, 2016 for its Eight month run of “Creative Beauty.” Meet over 70 artists,

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Salton Sea Restoration Gets $80.5 Million

Salton Sea Restoration Gets $80.5 Million In State Budget It’s the most the state has ever given to California’s largest and most troubled lake The state budget Gov. Jerry Brown signed this week includes $80.5 million for restoration of the Salton Sea

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Million Dollar Listing Palm Springs – Iconic Rancho Mirage Home Featured in Country Home Magazine, on Market for 1.49M

Iconic Rancho Mirage Home Featured in Country Home Magazine, on Market for 1.49M Enjoy this fully customized French Desert inspired estate! Built for NFL running back Jim Krieg and his wife, renovated by renowned interior designer Don Brady dressed in

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100 Drones Lights Up the Palm Springs Sky

With exemptions from the FAA, Intel’s Drone 100 lights up the night sky in Palm Springs, CA in the first showing of the aerial experience in the United States. To celebrate the FAA’s loosening of restrictions on who can pilot

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