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Hospitality Job Fair Palm Springs Convention Center

Main Lobby inside Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs , CA, 92262 760-325-6611 About Event: On behalf of the Palm Springs hospitality community, the Palm Springs Convention Center is holding a job fair on Thursday, September 9, from 10:00 am

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What Britney Spears Taught Us About Conservatorships?

By Valerie Powers Smith / MarraIntel.com GUEST COMMENTARY With Britney Spears’ conservatorship case in the spotlight recently, the term “conservatorship” has, possibly for the first time, become a household term. The truth is, the details and facts behind Spears’ case

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Coachella Valley Venues Receive Millions Of Dollars In Relief

Almost $19 million in American Rescue Plan Funds have been distributed to theater venues and small businesses in the Coachella Valley area, it was announced Thursday. Some of the Venues receiving funds: the Desert Theatreworks community theatre in Indio, which

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Palm Springs Airport Sets New Passenger Record

By Jim Roberts / MarraIntel.com Passenger traffic and flights at Palm Springs International Airport haven’t just rebounded; they’re setting new records as June 2021 is officially the busiest June on record for the airport. June total passenger counts reached 129,872

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Flash Flood Warning Salton Sea until 9:30PM Thursday

#Alert #cvwx The National Weather Service in Phoenix has issued a: * Flash Flood Warning for… Northwestern Imperial County in southeastern California… * Until 930 PM PDT. * At 532 PM PDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across

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October 2021 The BNP Paribas Open Returns To Our Desert Tennis Oasis

INDIAN WELLS, Calif., May 20, 2021 – The BNP Paribas Open, a combined ATP Masters 1000 and WTA 1000 event, will be held in October 2021, it was announced today by Tournament Director Tommy Haas. The tournament dates will be

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LA County will require masks indoors regardless of vaccination status starting July 17th

Almost everyone in Los Angeles County will have to once again wear masks inside — even those who are fully vaccinated — beginning 11:59 p.m. Saturday, July 17, as health officials react to an uptick in coronavirus transmission in recent

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Forever Marilyn Unveiling On Father’s Day In Palm Springs

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (CNS) — An enormous sculpture depicting Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress-flying pose from the 1955 romantic comedy “The Seven Year Itch” will be formally unveiled this weekend, and protesters are preparing a showing of their own. A ceremony

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Can You Bare It? June 21 Is Naked Hiking Day

This June 21 is best known as the summer solstice—the longest day of the year—but did you know that it is also (unofficially) Naked Hiking Day? If you decide to shed your clothing (not to mention your inhibitions) and hit

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Who will still have to wear a mask after California reopens on June 15th?

REOPENING CALIFORNIA Who will still have to wear a mask after California reopens on June 15th? California officially reopens Tuesday, June 15 after over 15 months of restrictions and closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But who will have to remain

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$300 Million, 10,000+ seat Coachella Valley Arena Officially Breaks Ground

The Oak View Group (OVG) and Berger Foundation officially broke ground on the highly anticipated 10,000+ seat, 300,000 square foot arena in Thousand Palms Wednesday afternoon. Construction on the $300 million, 10,000+ seat arena is expected to be complete by

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The Next Generation of Accident Attorney in the Coachella Valley

(Watch the Live Interview Above Click Play & Turn the Volume Up.) Spotlight – Kevin Crockett boldly declares that he is the “Next Generation of Accident Attorney” in the Coachella Valley. In an exclusive interview between Coachella Valley Media Group‘s

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What to Know About the 147th Kentucky Derby

It’s the greatest 2 minutes in sports. The Run for the Roses. The first Saturday in May. The rite of spring in the Bluegrass. The post time for the race is 3:57 p.m. Pacifoc time Today, Saturday. The Kentucky Derby,

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Desert X Open Now, Get The Map

Desert X 2021 opens today through May 16, 2021 First art experience in the region since widespread lockdowns  Newly-commissioned works by thirteen artists from eight countries explore the desert as both a place and idea, looking deeper at ideas essential

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(Live Video) Live in the Coachella Valley, Desert X, Schools Re-Opening… more

TURN YOUR VOLUME UP – CLICK THE VIDEO. Join Co-Hosts Craige Campbell for Coachellavalley.com and Francoise Rhodes with TravelingwithFrancoise.com in this live broadcast from Palm Desert, California.

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(LIVE VIDEO) DSUSD REOPENS K-5 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY

After 367 Days, Desert Sands Unified School District ( DSUSD) Re-opens K-5 Campuses throughout. Join host Craige Campbell for Coachellavalley.com on the Ronald Reagan Elementary School Campus for their re-opening after 367 days of being close “The pandemic has had

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Daylight Savings – SPRING FORWARD in Palm Springs This Sunday

The Next change: MAR 14, 2021 – 1 hour Forward Mar 14, 2021, 2:00 am Mar 14, 2021 – Daylight Saving Time Starts When local standard time is about to reachSunday, March 14, 2021, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned forward 1 hour to Sunday, March

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Only one metric, preventing the county from progressing into the state’s “red tier”

Riverside County has been getting closer to red or tier 2 status, which would mean further reopening, including, movie theatres, museums, indoor dining and widespread school reopenings. Tuesday the county’s adjusted daily case rate stood at 11.3 infections per 100,000

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Live Video – First Hosted Sporting Event for Shadow Hills High School in Nearly a Year

Live Video – First Hosted Sporting Event for Shadow Hills High School in nearly a year. We take you to the start and finish lines, interview the coaches and staff and of course the winners from both girls and boys

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Palm Springs Bars, Breweries & Restaurants Now Stay Open till 2 a.m. Coachella Valley

The City of Palm Springs finally lifts a Curfew it implemented by executive order last July once again allowing its restaurants, bars, wineries, and breweries to stay open until 2 a.m. The curfew was implemented last July and required businesses

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