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  • U.S. Students Protest Violence Against India's Muslims

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Concern over Hindu violence against Muslims in India has spurred Indian students in the United States to launch nationwide protests Thursday in solidarity with protesters in India. The group Students Against Hindutva will demonstrate on about 21 college campuses, including Yale,...
  • How to Train Your Cat

    How to Train Your Cat Five tips from a professional tiger trainer If the thought of training your pet cat seems like a difficult feat, consider the daunting task of teaching one of nature’s biggest cats. After welcoming two 4-year-old Sumatran tigers, Frances and Huntley, the keepers a,t ...
  • DESERT HOT SPRINGS CLASSICAL CONCERTS PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL CONCE

    The Popular Free Event Features Three Individual Performances at Three Different Desert Hot Springs Venues Nationally-Known Performers to Visit Desert Hot Springs for Special Concert Desert Hot Springs, CA – The sixth season of Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts presents it...
  • THOMAS RHETT, CARRIE UNDERWOOD, AND ERIC CHURCH HEADLINE THE 14

    FRIDAY, APRIL 24 through SUNDAY, April 26 at Empire Polo Club, Indio, CAFESTIVAL PASSES ON-SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 AT 11 AM PDT Featuring the return of Guy Fieri’s Stagecoach Smokehouse, Diplo Late Night In Palomino, SiriusXM Spotlight Stage and much more! &ldqu...
  • An early look at Coachella 2020

    By Robert Kinsler The lineup for Coachella 2020 reveals that Goldenvoice – creators of the annual two-weekend event held at the Empire Polo Field in Indio – continues to challenge and propel discerning concertgoers into the future with a diverse and exciting cast of artists. ...
  • And the Oscar Went to ….

    By Theda Kleinhans Reichman  The ratings for this year’s Oscar telecast were lower than last season. But on the plus side, the weather didn’t rain on the Oscar parade.  The show began, as always, with a song then proceeded, as did last year's Oscar telecast, without a host.&n...
  • Barr says Trump's tweets about DOJ cases make it 'impossible to

    (CNN)Attorney General William Barr on Thursday rebuked President Donald Trump for publicly commenting on sensitive investigations but insisted the Justice Department had acted appropriately after an extraordinary falling out with career prosecutors who had handled the case of Roger Stone earlier t...
  • Coronavirus containment in Europe working 'so far,' says German

    Germany's Health Minister Jens Spahn tells DW that efforts to contain the coronavirus in Europe are working, but he cautioned that "things could get worse before they get better." Speaking to DW in Brussels after a meeting of European health ministers on Thursday, Germany's Jens Spahn said that Ber...
  • VA Set to Make History with Repeal of Photo-ID Voting Law

    RICHMOND, Va. -- Virginia is poised to become the first state to repeal a law that says voters have to show a photo ID before casting a ballot.The House of Delegates on Tuesday passed a bill to drop the photo ID requirement, in place since 2013, and the Senate approved the same move last week. The l...
  • COYOTE STAGEWORKS DEBUT’S A TERRIFIC “A DOLL’S HOUSE; PART 2” A

    By Jack Lyons Theatre and Film Critic. ATCA  Coyote StageWorks, of Palm Springs, presents playwright Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House Part 2” as the debut production in their new permanent home at the Palm Springs Cultural Center, formerly known as the Camelot Theatres.&nb...