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Jan 10 to Jan 16, 2018 Your Gay Desert Daily Guide Since 1994

Now celebrating our 23rd year! 2018 will bring many changes for the entire nation and for us as a minority owned business, we will stand with you. Servicing the LGBT community has made us proud of who we are, in our community, our nation and the world at large. Discover Gay Palm Springs this week every day hour by hour. Resorts, Night Clubs, and Restaurants. Discover GAY life with the oldest local LGBT magazine!

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DAILY WHAT’S HAPPENING FRI. JAN 12 6:00 AM Score Happy Hour til 8 PM 6:00 AM Score $7 Belvedere Vodka all day Sunshine Cafe Breakfast Special California Chipotle Benedict $10.50, Lunch Special Fish and Chips $10.25. All day everyday $6.95 breakfast, coffee included 7:30 AM Pinocchio Everyday Bottomless Champagne! $4.95 Well Drinks & Martinis 8:00 AM Bongo Johnny’s Everyday Bottomless Mimosas $5 and $6 Hand-crafted Bacon Bloody Mary’s 11:00 AM Rio Azul Open Happy Hour 5-7 PM $5 House Margarita’s all day 2:00 PM Barracks Open Happy Hour 2p to 8PM Tryst Bar and Lounge Open 2:00pm Happy hour til 8pm 4:00 PM Bongo Johnny’s Dinner Special BBQ Spare Ribs Half Rack for 16.95; Full Rack for 19.95 4:00pm Azul until 7pm 2-4-1 !! 5:00 PM Hunters fur Night 8:00 PM QUADZ Showtunes SAT. JAN 13 6:00 AM Score Happy Hour until 8 PM Sunshine Cafe All day everyday $6.95 breakfast, coffee included 7:30 AM Pinocchio Everyday Bottomless Champagne! $4.95 Well Drinks & Martinis 8:00 AM Bongo Johnny’s Everyday Bottomless Mimosas $5 & $6 Hand-crafted Bacon Bloody Mary’s (continued from pg 20) POOL Tool Shed Free Pool ALL DAY Tues. Thurs. 7pm & Sun. 1PM 8 Ball tournament. LATE FOOD Bongo Johnny’s Patio Bar & Grille Open until 3AM Friday & Saturday. Free deliveries SIGNATURE PAINT NITE! with Instructor Jessica Garday visit paintnite.com on select WEDNESDAYS AT 7PM @Azul Rio Azul Mexican Bar & Grill -Drag me Brunch Continued on page 22 20 The original Gay Desert Daily Guide. View our Free Digital Version on-line.

CALIFORNIA DESERT CHORALE TO PRESENT 17th ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION Palm Desert, CA - January 9, 2018... The California Desert Chorale (CDC) will present their 17th Annual Scholarship Competition for local high school seniors and community college students who will perform and compete for scholarships on Sunday, January 21. The afternoon will include a Master Class from 1:00-3:00p.m. followed by a recital from 3:00-4:00p.m led by Artistic Director, Tim Bruneau. This exhilarating afternoon of competition is open to the public, free of charge and will be held at Taylor Hall, Palm Desert Community Presbyterian Church, 47-321 Highway 74 in Palm Desert. Donations at any level are gratefully accepted. “We set rigorous demands for the competing singers as the scholarship competition is designed to attract only serious and committed young singers,” said Tim Bruneau, CDC Artistic Director. Established in 2002 to offer both quality educational experience and monetary scholarships to local high school seniors and community college students who demonstrate exceptional vocal ability, the California Desert Chorale Scholarship program has assisted eighteen young singers continue their vocal and choral study at the collegiate level. The Gordon Wolf Memorial Scholarship was established in 2013 honoring beloved Chorale singer and board member, Gordon Wolf - a tireless volunteer who set a spectacular example in the community through his love of vocal music and boundless energy in support of CDC. Over the past 16 years, the California Desert Chorale has distributed over $17,500 through the scholarship competition. Many of the past winners have gone on to prestigious colleges and to careers as professional singers and choral directors while several have maintained their liaison to California Desert Chorale by becoming active members with the ensemble. “I am proud that 25 years after the California Desert Chorale was formed, our organization is still going strong and we now have over 70 members on our roster. Our scholarship competition helps us build Continued on page 34 For over 23 years Online and in print facebook.com/desertdailyguide 21