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After hip replacement in July 14′, Blake Adams stormed the castle at Humana

Humana Challenge 15′. Get to know Blake Adams. After a full hip replacement in July 14′ Mr. Adams stormed the castle on the Palmer Private sinking 10 birdies for a final round of -8 (T2) 64. A full hip replacement

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The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Wins “Best Casino Showroom/Theatre of the Year”

The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Wins “Best Casino Showroom/Theatre of the Year” Honor at Casino Entertainment Awards G2E Global Gaming Conference The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa, exclusively owned and operated by the Agua Caliente

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THREE BURROWING OWLS PLUS A RINGTAIL CACOMISTLE EQUAL MORE FUN AT THE LIVING DESERT

THREE BURROWING OWLS PLUS A RINGTAIL CACOMISTLE EQUAL MORE FUN AT THE LIVING DESERTPALM DESERT/INDIAN WELLS, CA – (September 19, 2014) – The sounds of wildlife at The Living Desert are now joined by the hoot of three newborn Burrowing

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Movies on the Great Lawn – Dial M for Murder!

Alfred Hitchcock’s Dial ‘M’ for Murder, starring Grace Kelly and Ray Milland FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014, 07:00PM Dial ‘M’ for Murder directed by Alfred Hitchcock and made in 1954. In this film, Grace Kelly plays the wealthy wife of an idling tennis

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Valley Vibe – iPhone 6 and 6 plus….Rocking your world?

iPhone 6 and 6 plus….Rocking your world? John Paul Valdez – CoachellaValley.com Wow, today’s new iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus rocked the world, well 308 countries anyway. These phones and the excitement will also add to the explosive growth

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New Report Warns of Massive Public Health as Salton Sea Declines

New Report Warns of Massive Public Health, Property, and Environmental Costs as Salton Sea Declines.  Story Courtesy of the The Pacific Institute September 3, 2014 – Oakland, Calif.: A new report released today by the Oakland-based Pacific Institute warns the shrinking

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Caltech-based seismologist says Napa earthquake damage predictable, preventable

Much of the significant damage caused by a 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck near Napa Sunday could have been prevented, US Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones said Sunday. The earthquake occurred at 3:20 a.m. Sunday around 6 miles southwest of Napa and resulted in 89 injuries and left

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Cathedral City’s new proposal to build a $3 million festival corridor

What are your thoughts about Cathedral City’s new proposal to build a $3 million festival corridor to bring concerts and wellness parks to Civic Center? The planned festival corridor near City Hall could be the shot in the arm the

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Coachella Valley Brewery Celebrates 1 Year!

This weekend will be the one year anniversary for the Coachella Valley Brewing Co. And what a year it has been!To celebrate we invite the entire valley to the taproom for the fun events we have planned. DISCOUNTED BEERS ALL WEEKEND!

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Palm Desert Raceway

Palm Desert Raceway Club this Friday, August 29th! Classes are 1/8 Buggy, Short Course, and Beginner. Entry fee is $12, pizza included. Race bucks, redeemable at Uncle Don’s Hobbies – Imagination at Play, will be given out to the top 3 in

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Splash House Photo Gallery and Videol

The Coachella Valley Team put this VIDEO together to capture a bit of the adventure:

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Rita’s Italian Ice

Coachella Valley Did You Know? The Rita’s Italian Ice is coming to the Desert! A Genuinely Cool History As it turns out, people have been enjoying water ice for centuries. This cool treat’s heritage can be traced back to Ancient

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PET ADOPTION PARTY!!

ADOPTION PARTY!! This Saturday Aug. 23rd from 12-3 the Friends of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter is throwing an adoption Birthday PAW-ty! Adoption fees are only $20! Free family photos, raffle, gift bags, it will be fun! New adopters and alumni are

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Preserving Chino Canyon

  The Friends of the Palm Springs Mountains (Friends) has been working for many years to preserve the critical habitat and scenic open space area at the entry to Palm Springs known as the Chino Cone. At the heart of

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Coachella Valley architect William Kopelk Featured in Esquire

  Esquire magazine features Coachella Valley architect William Kopelk in their “Across America” Spread. Kopelk — who is responsible for the exteriors of the Ace Hotel & Swim Club — was photographed at The Saguaro and outside a Palm Springs

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GABRIEL IGLESIAS comes to the Coachella Valley

Fluffy’s coming to the Coachella Valley! Much to our surprise earlier this week Gabriel Iglesias gave us a telephone call to talk Cars, Snakes, Food, Showbiz and hangin in the Coachella Valley.Gabriel, also known as the “Fluffy Guy” because of

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Tour De Palm Springs 14′

Tour De Palm Springs 14′. Get those wheels spinning Coachella Valley The Tour De Palm Springs is always a fan favorite for not only us residents but athletes from around the country! With routes catering to all skill levels its

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Coachella Becomes a 2 Day Event

Did you know that it wasn’t until 2002 that the Coachella Music Festival became a 2 day event. The festival featured the reunited Siouxsie and the Banshees, as well as headlining acts Bjork and Oasis. The strong supporting acts helped prove to the

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