Publisher’s Pick

PUBLISHER’S PICK

PUBLISHER’S PICK

By | June 17, 2016 at 2:26 am | No comments

By Tracy Dietlin Welcome to my new column Publisher’s Pick. Over the last 4 years, I have had many occasions where I was at a restaurant, event or show and I was extremely impressed and wanted to write something about it and share it with my readers, however, I didn’t...

Posted in: Columns, Events, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

Publisher’s Pick for Tachevah

Publisher’s Pick for Tachevah

By | January 22, 2014 at 7:36 pm | No comments

By Tracy Dietlin Many of our readers and several of my columnists and feature writers have pushed me to be more vocal in 2014. So as Owner/Publisher/Editor of CV Weekly I will be bringing back my "Publisher's Pick" column as often as possible. On occasion, I run across...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

Another Word on “The Women’s Issue”

Another Word on “The Women’s Issue”

By | November 27, 2013 at 2:04 am | No comments

By Heidi Simmons The CVW “Women’s Issue” was a lot of work and a beautiful success. However, there are two important corrections to note and an omission to include. In attorney Valerie Powers Smith piece, I said she practiced Family Law. Powers in fact practices...

Posted in: Columns, Publisher’s Pick

My Viggo

My Viggo

By | July 3, 2013 at 1:16 pm | No comments

A Small Town Local Writer’s Encounter with an International Star by Lisa Morgan There are people who inspire you by the things that they do, the way they speak and live, or through what they create. Some are inspired by actors, actresses, musicians and others whose...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

Gregg Allman The Highs and Lows of Country Blues

Gregg Allman The Highs and Lows of Country Blues

By | May 22, 2013 at 1:54 pm | No comments

By Lisa Morgan There is one genre that costs its player almost everything in order to be able to deliver it with the integrity and simple, stripped down honesty that it was created for; this one brand of music demands that you live through it to legitimately deliver it.  BB...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

Why I Prefer My Tramps in Stereo

Why I Prefer My Tramps in Stereo

By | May 15, 2013 at 10:46 am | No comments

By Lisa Morgan Even if this band wasn’t wonderfully unique, even if their lyrics weren’t catchy while still maintaining depth and integrity, and even if their songs weren’t musically crafted and produced with an ear that has the potential to rival T Bone Burnett or Mutt...

Posted in: AMFM Fest, Columns, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

SOS ~ Soldiers Organized Services: Changing the Lives of Our Heroes, One Ride at a Time

SOS ~ Soldiers Organized Services: Changing the Lives of Our Heroes, One Ride at a Time

By | May 8, 2013 at 12:30 pm | No comments

By Lisa Morgan In January 2007, Erica Stone stumbled across a stranded Marine at Palm Springs airport. He had been shot in the leg and had fallen off a building in Iraq. He had nobody there. His whole unit was still in Iraq. His plane had been delayed and now he was going...

Posted in: Columns, Feature Stories, Publisher’s Pick

Surviving Limb Loss

Surviving Limb Loss

By | May 2, 2013 at 9:45 pm | No comments

Limb loss is not a topic of interest on most days and to most people.  But in the aftermath of the bombings at the Boston Marathon the level of interest and the need for understanding is heightened for those who were injured, their families and friends and co-workers.  At the...

Posted in: Columns, Publisher’s Pick

BAR in Palm Springs

BAR in Palm Springs

By | February 6, 2013 at 6:40 pm | No comments

by Tracy Dietlin - For my first installment I have to give a shout out to the newest “Hot Spot” in the desert called simply, Bar, in Palm Springs (the old J Dees Landing and Encore). If you didn’t get a chance to check them out on our Cover the week of January 17, you...

Posted in: Publisher’s Pick