Chicago may have hated the giant Marilyn statue, but Palm Springs loves her.
The gay-popular desert city is also a center of innovative mid-century design.
The first ever "Bear Convergence" will bring hairy men, and those who love them, to the desert city next month.
The beloved variety show, featuring performers in their golden years, will soon perform its last high-kick.
The number of visitors to the international airport is surging.
The legendary gay party in the desert celebrates a quarter-century in 2014.
Controversy erupts in Palm Springs when an art house owner's donations are exposed.
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