Midcentury Meets California Cowboy at This Reimagined Motel in Cuyama Valley
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From Preview Parties to Architectural Tours and Vintage Car Shows, Here Is Everything You’ll Want to Do During Modernism Week This February!
Greater Palm Springs has over a hundred hiking trails to choose from, but to narrow things down, we’ve selected seven of the destination’s best trails to explore and conquer.
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Whether you’re looking for brunch or dinner, eating at home or dining in, refined or poolside, you definitely won’t be going “cold” turkey in Greater Palm Springs this year.
As the adage goes, “Dogs are a man’s best friend,” and we won’t argue with that. We bring our furry pals with us wherever we go, whether it’s a shopping spree, daily coffee run or on vacation—heck, some folks even bring them to work!
Since opening in December 2019, Tu Madres Cantina & Grill created quite the buzz in La Quinta with its modern Baja-fusion cuisine. Three months after the restaurant’s debut, however, it was forced to close along with the rest of the world.
Palm Springs is the perfect place to visit if you’re not ready for summer to be over. The region’s year-round sunshine, balmy nights and bustling outdoor dining scene might make you forget it’s even fall.
Inspired by their favorite travels, Andrew and Chelsea Evans have created a stunning boutique full of items that exude adventure and wonder. And while the shop stirs up daydreams of faraway lands, you can’t help but feel their love for their home away from roam: the high desert.
Here Are 4 Things We Love About This Boutique Desert Destination
Although she came from a family of doctors, Alex Proba found her niche in artistic pursuits. Proba does everything from branding work and graphic design to abstract art. “I try to touch every type of surface,” she explains. “I see everything in life as a canvas.” Proba’s commissioned work appears at unique locations like basketball courts, bars, swimming pools and hotel walls. “These are applications where people don’t normally think about doing art,” she says.