Months of effort pays off for student artists, high school art departments during Desert Art Center weekend show
The Student Art Show at DAC, held May 26 through 28, saw art instructors from six Palm Springs Unified School District high schools each enter up to 50 pieces from their students.
Restaurant Week, which kicks off Friday, is a win for diners and local restaurants
More than two dozen Palm Springs favorites will participate, including Lulu California Bistro, Grand Central, Workshop Kitchen + Bar, Spencer’s and Zin American Bistro.
City Council approves $1.2 million contract for homeless encampment cleanup services
Encampments have appeared in multiple areas throughout the city but are somewhat nomadic. One in the wash that abuts the Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort is believed to be the biggest in the Coachella Valley.
County health inspectors issue warnings to Palm Springs street food vendors following resident reports
Rather than being fined, the vendors received a warning, as well as educational information about how to get the correct permits.
City aims to improve licensing, permit process with newly-launched online portal
The portal, launched this week, will help residents apply for permits, search public records, renew business licenses, pay invoices and more.
Palm Springs Rotary Club member, compelled by the call of service, is headed to Ukraine
When Russia first invaded Ukraine last year, Nicholas Campbell was struck by the images of the more than eight million refugees fleeing the country. Now he’s headed to help.
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