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Palm Springs International Airport releases annual report

The Palm Springs International Airport released its inaugural annual report this week. PSP had another record year for passenger travel last year, with just over 3.2 million passengers. That’s up nearly nine percent from the year earlier. This year’s projects include an expanded baggage claim area — remodeling the terminal restrooms– and new shade-structure installations.

More than 350 events planned for Modernism Week

Design lovers from across the globe are here in Palm Springs for Modernism Week and this year, organizers say it will be bigger than ever. More than 350 events are scheduled, beginning Thursday through Feb. 26. The festival will feature tours of iconic homes, nightly parties, and a classic car show. All events are open

Tim Esser previews the 2024 Tour de Palm Springs

Come rain or shine, organizers of this week’s Tour de Palm Springs say the annual event will be taking place throughout the valley. Saturday’s event is expected to feature thousands of cyclists and walkers from all over the nation. It has raised millions of dollars for local charities since it began in 1999. Downtown Palm

California Desert Association of Realtors release in-depth analysis of local real estate market

The California Desert Association of Realtors has released its in-depth analysis of the economic landscape and trends shaping the valley’s real estate market. Projections for our housing markets suggest improvement from last year.. with an estimated 70-thousand more transactions this year than last year. Real estate experts say the prediction of lower interest rates will

‘Covered California’ extends healthcare enrollment window

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Covered California announced on Wednesday that those looking for health insurance through the state-operated marketplace now have until midnight of Feb. 9, 2024, to enroll. The previous deadline was set for the end of January, but due to increased demand and recent difficulty getting ahold of Covered California representatives, the open-enrollment period has

Rancho Mirage Writers Festival kicks off this week

It’s been called “Coachella for the Brain.” The Rancho Mirage Writers Festival kicks off this week and this year’s theme is “celebrating ten years.” The festival is sold out and features seventy sessions with a variety of authors over two-and-a-half days. This year’s authors include General David Petraeus and director John Waters. When Jamie Kabler

Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony to be held Friday in Palm Desert

The Gerald R. Ford Chapter of Mensch International Foundation will hold its 14th annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony on Friday, January 26, at 11 a.m. at Palm Desert’s Civic Center Park. The United Nations General Assembly designated International Holocaust Remembrance Day to remember the Holocaust’s many victims, celebrate those who survived, and remind the

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