Steve Sumrall takes a look back at Bob Hope’s Yellow Ribbon Party in this edition of Our Desert Past.
In this edition of Our Desert Past, Steve Sumrall looks back on the legacy of Zaddie Bunker: the Flying Grandmother of Palm Springs.
In this edition of Our Desert Past with Steve Sumrall, we shine the spotlight on that special lady that got us all to sing along.
The Welwood Murray Memorial Cemetery has been serving the Palm Springs community for well over a century.
NBC Palm Springs Steve Sumrall presents the origins of the city’s first eternal resting place in this edition of Our Desert Past.
Local writer Eric Meeks (the Best Guide Ever to Palm Springs Celebrity Homes) has crossed paths with some very interesting figures during his time as a book dealer in Palm Springs. He recently spoke to NBC Palm Springs Steve Sumrall about his experiences for this insight into Our Desert Past.
This week we’re telling the tales of Elvis, Priscilla, a meddling gossip columnist and some shot up television sets!
It’s ELVIS IN THE DESERT, in this edition of OUR DESERT PAST with STEVE SUMRALL!
Much thanks to Eric Meeks, author of The Best Guide Ever to Palm Springs Celebrity Homes, for his assistance with this project!
In this week’s edition of Our Desert Past, it’s time for a pop quiz! I’m visiting the Palm Springs Villagefest to find out just how much of local history is known by the general public.
Feel free to tune in and play along!
On this edition of Our Desert Past with Steve Sumrall, I’ll be looking at the history of Palm Springs iconic Plaza Theater, as well as the people who made it happen!
Yum Food Fest!