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The End of The Palm Springs Follies

By Denise Ortuno Neil

After 23 years one of Palm Springs most successful attractions will close its doors. The Palm Springs Follies, which showcased talented mature adults will have its final performance on Sunday, May 18th 2014. The show has attracted millions of spectators during its impressive run.

It all started back in 1991, highlighting the cream of the crop in performers from ages 50 to 80 plus. It is housed at the historic Plaza Theater in Palm Springs. I had the pleasure of seeing the Palm Springs Follies in action last season and it was a pure treat. To see these agile performers dance and sing was amazing. The lovely ladies of the Follies could stand next to the most fit 20 years old and give them serious competition. They dress in vegas style showgirl costumes and their male counter parts look equaly dashing in the finest tuxedos. It is quite the sight.

I urge readers to check out this iconic show before they close their doors forever...it is an attraction that you don't want to miss!!

For tickets visit www.psfollies.com

Mysterious Mountian Holiday Lights

By Denise Ortuno Neil,

There are all kinds of deep seeded mysteries in Palm Springs. Some of them urban legends, some of them actual unsolved mysteries. We have the infamous tunnels, the trolls under the bridge, the Tahquitz Witch and many more. Now we have a new one. Over the weekend some mysterious, yet holiday looking lights appeared up on Lykken Trail in Palm Springs. The lights were in different colors and seemed to have a distinctive shape. I first found out about it through a Facebook community page, Palm Springs Neighborhoods Group. The post quickly gained steam as the group came up with different scenarios of what the lights were, why they were there and who was responsible. We came up with all kinds of plots...UFO's, artists, pranksters..we threw around the ball for quite a while. What ever it was, it was fun to swim in the seas of our imaginations. 

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