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Back in December, it was announced that Wang's in the Desert, a longtime restaurant / bar in downtown Palm Springs was being sold and would be closing down in January. Well, it's now February and, what do you know? The place is still open.
Rancho Mirage - the desert hamlet that is basically what would happen if the Grinch morphed into an entire city - has once again banned drive-thru's along Highway 111. 
The BNP Paribas Open has announced the addition of world-renowned restaurant group Momofuku will bring their famous fried-chicken eatery Fuku to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden during the 2020 tournament.
While most communities would openly welcome an In-N-Out Burger chain, its highly paid jobs, and very tasty burgers, the bizarro world that is Rancho Mirage has seen residents taking to the streets and the courtroom to fight burger chain and, in a surprise development, it now appears In-N-Out Burger is over it. has decided to terminate its development agreement with Rancho Mirage, bringing an end to a lawsuit filed against the fast-food chain and the city by a group of residents calling themselves Save Rancho Mirage.
Here's where you can watch The Super Bowl in the Desert
Tuesday night, you are invited to La Quinta Brewing Company's Palm Desert location to drink some beers and raise some funds for a worthy charity.
Rancho Mirage, a hamlet that prides itself on being a very quiet place exclusively for old people, is having an election in a couple of months and it appears that the main issue for voters will be, and I swear I am not making this up, Double-Doubles.
Dringk eater + bar at the River in Rancho Mirage is partnering with Garrison Brothers Whiskey for a tasting event that will include a ticket giveaways to attend the American Express Golf Tournament. The event will kick off at 7...
The team behind Cork & Fork and Heirloom Craft Kitchen have opened Tu Madres Cantina and Grill, which offers a unique spin on traditional Mexican and Baja Style Cuisine in Indio.
Wang’s in the Desert, which opened its doors in Palm Springs 16 years ago, is in the process of being sold and will likely close its doors for good next month.
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