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Palm Springs International Airport Busiest Summer Ever

Despite the ongoing pandemic in 2021 travel crushed the previous summer record set in 2019. PALM SPRINGS, CA — Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) set its third monthly passenger record for the year, making 2021 its busiest summer on record,

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Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau Changes Name to Visit Greater Palm Springs

By Jim Roberts / MarraIntel.com The Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) – the official destination marketing organization for the Coachella Valley – has announced today that the organization will begin operating under a new name and will

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Possible ‘Mass Casualty’ Response in Palm Springs Breathing Trouble

Palm Springs Fire Department posted to its Facebook page, “ALERT” – multiple fire units and AMR Ambulances are on the scene of MCI (mass casualty incident). The Patch Reports around 2:30 p.m. the Palm Springs Fire Department posted to its

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I Heart Mac & Cheese Coming to Palm Springs

By Jim Roberts / MarraIntel.com Currently under construction, the new restaurant will be located at 190 S. Indian Canyon Drive at Arenas in downtown Palm Springs. The restaurant plans to open in November and will be one of only a

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$36 Million Renovation at Palm Springs Airport Complete

by Bob Marra / MarraIntel.com PSP celebrated the renovation and expansion of its ticket lobby and installation of a new baggage system with a ribbon-cutting on August 23. The $36 million project began in February 2020 and was first identified

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Palm Springs VillageFest Returned July 1st

Palm Springs VillageFest, the City’s wildly popular street fair which prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, was held every Thursday night in downtown, returned on Thursday, July 1. Consistently voted the best weekly street fair in the Coachella Valley, over the

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Palm Springs, Coachella Valley Photo of the Day…

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Palm Springs VillageFest Returns July 1st

Palm Springs VillageFest, the City’s wildly popular street fair which prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, was held every Thursday night in downtown, will return on Thursday, July 1. The street fair is expected to expand to its original length 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/ Forever Marilyn Unveiling On Father’s Day In Palm

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“Forever Marilyn” Installation Begins Today; Public Unveiling June 20th

(Palm Springs, CA • June 9, 2021) The “Forever Marilyn” Has arrived in Palm Springs, California. Installation Begins Today; Public Unveiling to be Held on Sunday, June 20, 2021 “Forever Marilyn” has, at last, made her way back to Palm

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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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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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Restaurant Opening in Palm Springs Boozehounds Pet-Friendly Café and Bar

Staff & Wire Reports MarraIntel.com Boozehounds, a pet-friendly dining, cafe and bar concept in Palm Springs, is set to open later this month. The 3,812-square-foot restaurant with an additional 1,168-square-foot glass atrium and 2,020-square-foot outdoor lounge will open at 2080

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Coachella Valley – take a hike, safely of course…

Hiking in the Coachella Valley, Palm Springs and surrounding areas; Ready to put the treading on your boots to the test…safely? Warmer weather is upon us and the trails throughout Palm Springs, the Coachella Valley and beyond to Joshua Tree,

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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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Stroll Thru the Heart of Palm Springs!

Enjoy this Live Walkabout thru the Heart of Downtown Palm Springs, Ca. Your Host Craige Campbell for Coachellavalley.com takes you on this interesting live walkabout on South Palm Canyon Drive on this lovely Sunday in February. Get a sense of

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Palm Springs Announces Additional Officers To Enforce Face Mask Orders Ahead of the Superbowl

PALM SPRINGS, CA — The City of Palm Springs announced Thursday it will have additional Code Compliance Officers on duty over Super Bowl weekend to enforce the state’s face-mask order requiring coverings be worn in public settings. The officers are

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The Moon, Eyes The Snow Capped Mountains

The Moon, eyes our georgeous snow capped mountains as it sets in the west over Palm Springs, CA. A beautiful morning capture by Lynne Tucker 😊! #PalmSprings https://t.co/KwnoeXDEP7

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Witnesses Sought, Pedestrian Killed In Palm Springs, California

The fatality was reported about 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the area of North Indian Canyon Drive and 20th Avenue, police said. The crash is under investigation. Police Friday put out a call for witnesses to a collision that killed a

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In-Person Modernism Week Announced For April 2021 In Palm Springs, California

Modernism Week has been celebrated in Palm Springs since 2006, and had drawn guests from around the world. Organizers say they are “optimistic” that they will be able to provide in-person tours and programs in April 2021. PALM SPRINGS, CA

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