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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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The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens remains open, 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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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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Red Barn 4 Sale As is?

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

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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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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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Wildlights in it’s 27th year – Everything you need to know Living Desert Zoo FAQs

Tuesday, November 26 WILDLIGHTS Select nights, 6pm – 9pm November 26 – Member NightTuesday, November 26 is members only evening at WildLights. November 27, 29, 30December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28 This year WildLights is

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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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55th Annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade is here…

El Paseo Cruise Night and the Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce presents the Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade Sunday, October 27th – 12:00pm Don’t miss the 55th Annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade when it steps off on El Paseo

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Whole Foods Market Begins Grocery Delivery in the Palm Desert and Coachella Valley Area

Whole Foods Market Begins Grocery Delivery in Palm Desert Area Amazon’s Whole Foods Market has just launched delivery of fresh groceries — and alcohol — to homes and businesses in Palm Desert. This is the first time ever customers in

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New Baby Female Giraffe Born at Living Desert Zoo, Coachella Valley

New Baby Female Giraffe Born at Living Desert Zoo The female calf weighs in at 149.6 pounds and stands 6 feet 1 inch tall. RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens welcomed a new female giraffe calf

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54th Annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade – Live via The Coachella Valley’s Official Facebook Page

  (El Paseo Drive – Palm Desert, CA) The City of Palm Desert and the Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce proudly presented the 54th annual Golf Cart Parade on Sunday, October 28. This year they were “Celebrating Our Super

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FREE Seminar with tips to help you build a thriving Drought resistant Garden!!!

THE LIVING DESERT OFFERS FREE SEMINAR: DROUGHT, WATER RESTRICTIONS AND YOUR GARDEN The Living Desert is offering a free seminar with tips to help everyone maintain a thriving home garden in light of the steep water restrictions now in place

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Food & Wine Festival Palm Desert – A gastronomic extravaganza and sensory showdown

Food & Wine Festival Palm Desert – A gastronomic extravaganza and sensory showdown Written by Michelle Roe, Photography by Christopher Allwine/CoachellaValley.com Celebrity Chefs, a James Beard 4 course Gourmet luncheon, cooking demonstrations, seminars and culinary treats transformed the Ferguson Grand

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El Paseo Fashion Week – A week of Photo Fashion!

El Paseo Fashion Week – A week of Photo Fashion! COACHELLA VALLEY’S TOP STORIES READ MORE STORIES MORE THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND PHOTO GALLERIES OF ALL OUR SHOOTS

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The Living Desert Annual Plant Sale

ANNUAL PLANT SALE AT THE LIVING DESERT FEATURES RARE DESERT PLANTS AT DISCOUNTED PRICES – Plants, Garden Décor & More On Sale March 28-29 Join The Living Desert in celebrating Spring with their annual Plant Sale on Saturday, March 28th and Sunday,

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Blue Jeans & Cowboy Boots – A Songwriter’s Night Benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

The Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament to Benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital The Story Behind the Song Songwriter’s Night “Putting a Dent in the Universe” By Noe Gutierrez/CoachellaValley.com With blue jeans & cowboy boots mounted, coachellavalley.com rode into The Warburton

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Guthy Renker Announces they will be Closing their Palm Desert Offices

Guthy Renker, founded in 1988 by Bill Guthy and Greg Renker, is one of the largest direct marketing company of its kind, announced today it will be closing it offices at it’s Cook Street Headquarters. COACHELLA VALLEY’S TOP STORIES MORE STORIES

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Forget Punxsutawney Phil! California Has ‘Mojave Maxine’

Ground Hog Day has nothing on Mojave Maxine …SoCal students invited to guess when the desert tortoise will emerge.   The east coast has Punxsutawney Phil and Groundhog Day to let them know when they can expect spring. California has

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