The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens will welcome back their butterfly exhibit (which will now also include hummingbirds) on October 26.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is set to reopen their hiking trails and extend their hours beginning on Tuesday, October 1.The zoo grounds will now be open to both members and non-members starting at 8 am. Full amenities...
The Palm Desert Civic Center Park will play host to free concerts every Thursday in October, including Halloween. The performances, which will take place in the park's amphitheater, will begin at 6 pm each week. Here's the schedule:
Little Bar, the appropriately named new watering hole and eatery from Skip Paige, will open to the public on Thursday. The bar, located in the spot that was once home to Randy's Cafe on Highway 111 and San Pablo, will offer up craft cocktails, beer, wine, food, and oh so much memorabilia.
Guests will be able to check out their favorite animals every Friday night at the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens this September.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens announced that they broke their all-time attendance record for the 2018-2019 season on Tuesday.
El Paseo, Palm Desert's slowing dying shopping and restaurant district, has been looking for ways to save itself from death for what seems like forever now with plans ranging from a movie theater, taller buildings, professional offices, and balloons! None of the plans have seemed to catch fire with the public in Making El Paseo Great Again (#MEPGA) so far, leading to El Paseo just contining to do what it has been doing: staying put in yesteryear while other Coachella Valley cities not only pass it by, but lap it. But wait, thanks to the Desert Sun posting literally every letter to the editor it is receiving in the month of July, one reader has a couple suggestions to save El Paseo.
A Lake Havasu Peruvian and Cuban-inspired eatery is bringing their food and drinks to Palm Desert.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens has announced the birth of four sand cat kittens and they are incredibly cute.
On Wednesday, KMIR ran a story on a $17,500 bronze fountain sculpture that appears to have been taken from outside of Venus De Fido, a dog-friendly spa, in Palm Desert.