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What it is like Live in Studio with A Major Broadcaster Q102.3 FM

Live at Q102.3 FM Studio the Desert’s Classic Rock Station with Rich Gilgallon da’ Coach and Craige Campbell for Coachellavalley.com! Join us Live for an hour of on air fun. Totally authentic and unedited.

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Coachella Valley Harvest Box Presents Palm Desert Sunday Market Live

We were asked by the City of Palm Desert to create a farmers’ market, starting February 28th and every last Sunday of the month through May. The Palm Desert Sunday market is located in the new downtown corridor on San

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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. The Palm Desert Cross Hike – A Local Favorite – Taken by the Coachella Valley

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What A Difference A Day Makes California Restaurants Open Everywhere

It’s “Happening” everywhere in California. Outdoor dining now allowed throughout the Coachella Valley and Southern California Region. Gov. Newsom in a sudden and unexpected reversal abandons his very restrictive “Stay at Home Order” placed in force by Newsom since the

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The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens Reopens as an “outdoor recreation facility”

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens reopens daytime operations as an “outdoor recreation facility” tomorrow Thursday, December 17. WildLights remains canceled. Under the State of California’s December 6th regional stay-at-home order, outdoor recreational facilities are permitted to operate with additional

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Protesters Descend on El Paseo Drive, Restaurants Stay Open In Defiance of New Order

Happening Now – Palm Desert, CA – El Paseo Drive – Coachella Valley, Protesters Descend on the Street, Some Restaurants Stay Open In Defiance. Hundreds marched up and down El Paseo, with hand made signs, playing music, and waving flags,

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Certified Farmer’s Market Palm Desert Relocates To San Pablo

A celebratory and socially distanced ribbon cutting will take place at 8 a.m. Wednesday. PALM DESERT, CA — The Certified Farmers Market Palm Desert has a fresh, new address starting Wednesday. LIVE VIDEO: Certified Farmers Market La Quinta Every Sunday

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Tickets for The Living Desert Zoo and Garden’s WildLights are now on sale!

Tickets for The Living Desert Zoo and Garden’s WildLights are now on sale to members and guests! WildLights will be held select evenings Wednesday, November 25 through Sunday, December 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. Purchase your tickets for WildLights

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The Palm Desert City Allows Desert X In 2021

The Palm Desert City Council votes to allow Desert X in the city while setting a moratorium on all other events held in the city until June of 2021. NBC Palm Springs Reports Tonight, the motion was discussed because Desert

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The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens remains open, wildlights, hiking trails accessible, gift shop remains open inside.

Gyms, restaurants, movie theaters and places of worship are among the entities affected by Newsom’s order placing The Coachella Valley back to the Purple, more restrictive Tier 1. The Living Desert Zoo & Garden’s current operations has not been impacted

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Debut Of Lupine Plaza, New Outdoor Area For Palm Desert Restaurants And Diners To Enjoy!

Lupine Plaza Opens – The new open air dining destination is adjacent to El Paseo-Press release from the City of Palm Desert: As part of its efforts to support local businesses, the City of Palm Desert recently unveiled Lupine Plaza,

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Sports Arena in Palm Springs Cancelled, Relocating to 43 acre site between I-10 and Classic Club

Oak View Group is now planning to build the 10,000-seat arena in unincorporated Riverside County, north of I-10 and Palm Desert. COACHELLA VALLEY, CA — Plans to build a downtown Palm Springs sports and entertainment arena have been cancelled but

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College of Desert Fall Classes to Begin Monday Virtually

College of the Desert will begin its fall semester Monday despite experiencing a malware attack last Sunday that caused the college’s website and email system to go offline. The school is still working on resolving the issue, officials said. The malware has disrupted the

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Red Barn 4 Sale As is?

By Kimmie Sue Red Barn 4 Sale As is …………

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The Gardens opened Today, Tues, May 26

WHEN: Gardens on El Paseo opened May 26 LIMITED stores open, hours may vary. Center hours are Mon – Sat 10 am – 6pm, Sun 11 am – 5pm. Precautions have been put in place to reduce the spread of

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Things to do this Weekend in Palm Springs

#1 Livestream Show in the Coachella Valley, things to do, giveaways, and in studio guests Live. If It’s Happening it’s Here!! Join us at O’Caines Irish Pub for “On the Menu” Got Plans? Check out these awesome events happening this

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A New Surf Pool is Coming to Desert Willow Golf Resort in Palm Desert: DSRT Surf

A New Surf Pool is Coming to Desert Willow Golf Resort in Palm Desert: DSRT Surf will be built at a cost just south of $200 million. DSRT Surf, a new, five-acre surf pool being developed by Desert Wave Ventures

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Nearly 1 Million WildLights at The Living Desert

WildLights at The Living Desert – Nearly a million twinkling lights, dazzling displays, live music, festive games and activities. November 26 – Member Night Tuesday, November 26 is members only evening at WildLights. November 27, 29, 30 December 6, 7, 13, 14,

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Sears at the Palm Desert Westfield Mall Closing

Sears has announced that 51 Sears’ stores are closing down, including the location at Westfield Mall in Palm Desert where it has been since 2004. Going-out-of-business sales in begins December 2 in time for Christmas.

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Here’s a list of Coachella Valley Cannabis Dispensaries that can help you with that day you had planned

COACHELLA VALLEY, CA- Now that pot is legal in California, you’d think that weed shops would be everywhere you look. Well, there are plenty of shops that sell your sticky favorites, but the thing is, not every place is geared

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