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BACK-TO-SCHOOL YOGA FOR EVERYONE

BACK-TO-SCHOOL YOGA FOR EVERYONE

By | August 20, 2014 at 2:55 pm | No comments

By: Bronwyn Ison Soaring temperatures are still forecast but… Summer is officially over! Returning to school from an exciting summer can cause angst in children and their parents. It is back to resuming bed time hours, making lunches, doing homework, school activities and...

Posted in: Columns, Mind, Body & Spirit

Earning Your Superstar Stripes

Earning Your Superstar Stripes

By | August 20, 2014 at 2:50 pm | No comments

By Sunny Simon One of my favorite clients is someone I categorize as a superstar. It’s easy to describe her secret to success. She pushes through her fear. Upon setting a goal this young professional pursues it with careful thought and with great gusto. She is a small...

Posted in: Columns, Life & Career Coach

The Truth Is Out There…in Joshua Tree

The Truth Is Out There…in Joshua Tree

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:35 am | No comments

By Rich Henrich “I live the American Dream but it isn’t reality. There is another truth and that’s what I’m seeking.” Michael Zelina, Las Vegas Realtor and Contact attendee This weekend, the Jesus Trees will have arms outstretched to welcome the truth seekers...

Posted in: Columns, Cover Stories, Feature Stories

CV Weekly’s Best of 2014 Awards Dinner: A success in more ways than one

CV Weekly’s Best of 2014 Awards Dinner: A success in more ways than one

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:30 am | No comments

From the Publisher -Tracy Dietlin Last Thursday, July 31, CV Weekly announced the winners of our Best of 2014 in 52 categories during our awards dinner. The event took place at Emerald Desert RV Resort with the evening starting off with cocktails and then a delicious dinner...

Posted in: Best Of Awards, Columns, Feature Stories

Summer Chillout

Summer Chillout

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:19 am | No comments

Party Under the Perseid Meteor Shower and Supermoon The Joshua Tree Summer Chillout party has been an August tradition since 2011. This year the chillout will be held at Desert Sky Studios owned by host, and internationally known guitarist, and producer Clive Wright. Mr....

Posted in: Columns, Events

Splash House Makes Big Waves in the Desert

Splash House Makes Big Waves in the Desert

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:15 am | No comments

by Kaitey Marie A hip new multi-venue music festival is making waves in the desert, and surprisingly, a young Palm Springs native is the mastermind behind it all. Tyler McLean, 23-year-old alumni of Palm Springs High School, was having a conversation with his sister Kelly one...

Posted in: Columns, Events, Feature Stories

Tilted Kilt Open Mic Week 7 Winners

Tilted Kilt Open Mic Week 7 Winners

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:13 am | No comments

Week 7 brought with it a great time for the now regulars of the Tilted Kilt Open Mic Competition! Seasoned Open Mic-ers found a comfortable, friendly atmosphere and in turn, tore up the stage! Audience giveaways such as new movie release t-shirts and hats from the Mary Pickford...

Posted in: Columns, Local Music Spotlight

212 in 2014: Rocking A Rock Yard Near You

212 in 2014: Rocking A Rock Yard Near You

By | August 7, 2014 at 3:01 am | No comments

Fantasy Springs Rock Yard, Friday, August 8th 7:30 PM FREE! By Lisa Morgan To the envy of the many talented bands in and around the Coachella Valley, the classic rock cover band, 212, has scored one of the most enviable stages of the summer. A result of tenacious...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Local Music Spotlight

Ornament’s ELECTROFEELIC: Nothing Short of Stellar

Ornament’s ELECTROFEELIC: Nothing Short of Stellar

By | August 7, 2014 at 2:58 am | No comments

Record Release Party @ Schmidy's Tavern, Palm Desert, Friday, August 8th @ 9 PM By Lisa Morgan I was car jacked. Driving through the extreme desert landscape of Joshua Tree and 29 Palms, the CD I had just popped into the player grabbed a hold of me hard and unrelentingly....

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Local Music Spotlight

Andy T – Nick Nixon Band

Andy T – Nick Nixon Band

By | August 7, 2014 at 2:46 am | No comments

By Noe Gutierrez I recently had the pleasure of seeing and hearing the Andy T-Nick Nixon Band perform during lunchtime at Record Alley in the Westfield Shopping Center in Palm Desert on a sweltering week day. It was surreal to walk into a record store I had entered hundreds...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Local Music Spotlight

CHRISSIE HYNDE “Stockholm” (Will Travel Records/Caroline International)

CHRISSIE HYNDE “Stockholm” (Will Travel Records/Caroline International)

By | August 7, 2014 at 2:41 am | No comments

By Eleni P. Austin Chrissie Hynde has packed a lot of living into 62 years. She was a student at Kent State University in Ohio when the historic shoot-out took place in 1970. She was in seminal figure at the birth of the British Punk scene. She has been making records for...

Posted in: Columns, Consider This

James Martin AKA Godawful

James Martin AKA Godawful

By | August 7, 2014 at 1:16 am | No comments

By Monica Morones Aliens, Sacred Geometry, and good versus evil are just a few of the many subjects discussed in my interview with artist James Martin aka “Godawful.” With such incredible attention to detail and a provocative name, Godawful provides a visual experience...

Posted in: Art Scene, Columns

Lady’s Amazing 30 Mile Journey

Lady’s Amazing 30 Mile Journey

By | August 6, 2014 at 10:59 pm | No comments

By Janet McAfee A sweet senior black Labrador who walked 30 miles to the home of her former owner, only to be turned away, is now living in style after a private airplane transported her to a Florida mansion. Lady had several strikes against her as she languished at the...

Posted in: Columns, Pet Place

Ole! Sangria Ole!

Ole! Sangria Ole!

By | August 6, 2014 at 10:54 pm | No comments

By Rick Riozza Since we’re all dying out here in the heat, I thought all of us old wine guards (those of us who have been drinking wine forever but hate the idea of mixing in stuff—as in a wine cocktail) would relent and join the new young wine lovers among us and simply...

Posted in: Columns, The Vino Voice

The CV’s Best Restaurants of 2014

The CV’s Best Restaurants of 2014

By | August 6, 2014 at 9:45 pm | No comments

For this week’s Pampered Palate we have chosen snippets of restaurant reviews from CV Weekly’s Best of 2014 winners. Please visit us online at www.coachellavalleyweekly.com and click on Pampered Palate at the top of the page or go to Archives to read their full reviews....

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, The Pampered Palate

Sometimes You Just Need to Say Uncle

Sometimes You Just Need to Say Uncle

By | August 6, 2014 at 8:35 pm | No comments

By Sunny Simon I just returned from a girlfriend’s getaway weekend. It was an extremely enjoyable time spent shopping, sightseeing and swapping life experiences. We often lingered over lattes or evening cocktails catching up on the latest news involving careers, families...

Posted in: Columns, Life & Career Coach

FREE BOTOX for your BFF! Too good to be true?

FREE BOTOX for your BFF! Too good to be true?

By | August 6, 2014 at 8:30 pm | No comments

By Dr Maria Lombardo “There’s no such thing as a free lunch” is a popular phrase that reminds us to be wary when being offered something for free… there is very often “a catch” or some “fine print” in the deal that makes it not as free as originally...

Posted in: Beauty, Columns