The 2023-24 season of The Desert Scene with Bonnie G debuts this week with three fresh and fun episodes. If you love local theatre, you're going to love her guests. As the snowbirds return to the desert and local residents put the wrap on a very hot summer and get down to business, the arts, entertainment and cultural scene in the Coacbella Valley blooms again with a lot of great choices. The Desert Scene updates with new episodes every Monday from Mutual111.
On this episode of The Desert Scene, Bonnie G chats with Dimitri Halkidis, founder of Boo2 Bullying, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about bullying and finding a way to end it. He shares information about a Free Community Wellness Event at Sunrise Park on September 30th that will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Boo2 Bullying. For more info Visit: boo2bullying.org/events.
The Foundation for Palm Springs Unified School District’s Director Ellen Goodman talks with Bonnie G on this episode of The Desert Scene. She fills us in on The Foundation's 2nd Annual Party with a Purpose on Saturday, October 7th at the Palm Springs Air Museum. This year's theme is One NIght in Bollywood and tickets are available for a very reasonable $35 each. The event features, food, cocktails, dancing and Indian music. For tickets and info go you can contact Ellen by e-mail at: email@example.com
Bonnie G celebrates another local author and fresh new literature by speaking with Michael Craft on this episode of The Desert Scene. Michael introduces his 19th novel, Desert Deadline. It's the second in the Dante and Jazz mystery series. Set in Palm Springs, the book follows Dante - a vacation rental concierge and Jazz, a private eye, as they try to solve a baffling murder. Available wherever books are sold or visit www.michaelcraft.com.
There are people whose energy precedes them into a room. People who make you feel better, more positive and more hopeful. Two such people, Katie Stice and Cindy Burreson, join hosts Patrick Evans and Randy Florence on this episode of Big Conversations, Little Bar.
As President and CEO of the Rancho Mirage Chamber of Commerce, Katie carried much of her City on her back during the pandemic. And Cindy was willing to take on a huge, important job and bring the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert back to life.
And… they are best friends! You’re going to love 50+ minutes of energy, laughs, and great stories from Katie and Cindy! Recorded at the Center of the Coachella Valley universe, Skip Paige’s Little Bar.
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