HIV and AIDS is the cause of nearly one million deaths each year. For a disease that claims the lives of so many loved ones, the community came together on Saturday, not just to remember the loss, but to celebrate how far we’ve come in the fight and the strides we will continue to make in the future.
On Saturday, October 30, Desert AIDS Walk will be held in person at Ruth Hardy Park and continue through downtown Palm Springs.
Another peaceful protest is set to take place at Ruth Hardy Park in Palm springs Saturday morning. The demonstration is being called “Enough is Enough” and was created by a group of local teens in Coachella Valley. NBC Palm Springs spoke to organizers who are working with police officials to keep the event a safe […]
The city of Palm Springs is in a “pickle” over pickleball. After a proposal to convert two courts at Ruth Hardy Park into pickleball courts, the whole tennis community showed up to City Hall on Tuesday to make their voices heard. Tennis players in the valley said over the years, pickleball has slowly been taking […]
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