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April 11 - April 17 , 2018 This week in Gay Palm Springs California, Desert Daily Guide

Get ready for March For Science, the wolves are coming, April 14! DDG is the only source for up to date hour by hour weekly LGBT schedule for Arts - Entertainment and Business. Enjoy the life! The Greater Palm Springs area. Proudly celebrating 24 years of service to the community! Discover GAY life with the oldest LGBT magazine! Best bets this week in Gay Palm Springs California, Gay resorts. Bars, Restaurants and happenings. Plus local city maps and more! The official guide to Gay Palm Springs for 22 years. This week's LGBT weekly guide in PRINT and ALWAYS ONLINE, Also Gay and Gay friendly events parties and more. Mostly gay but it’s all inside!

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EDITORIAL DDG IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY DDG Media group 1717 E Vista Chino A7-480, Palm Springs, CA 92262 888-743-3349 or FAX 844-800-9700 EDITOR: Will Paige Adrian Ayala Contributing Writers:Will Paige, Adrian Ayala Greg Pettis Adams’s art Contributing Photographers: Marko Russell, Mike Thomas, Frank Failing, David Stanfield National Representatives Rivendell Media (212) 242-6863 DDG Media Group/ Desert Daily Guide Opinions expressed in the DDG columns do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the DDG, its staff, or its advertisers. DDG is not responsible for claims made by its advertisers, or the products or services they offer. Listings, pictures, or advertisements in the DDG should not be construed to represent or reflect the sexual orientation of any business, its owners, or its staff. All events are subject to change without notice. Any omissions of events are not intentional. © 2017 DDG Media Group , I All Rights Reserved. will@desertdailyguide.com Volume 24, Issue 41 April 11 - April 17, 2018 Inside This Week’s Issue Page 12 “Daily What’s Happening” Page 14 “DDG BUSINESS DIRECTORY” Page 33 6 Insiders Guide 34 AdamsArtExpose’ 46 Adrian’s Picks 28 Ask a seat budy trivia 40 Classifieds 33 Gay Resorts 39 GROUPS/HELP 40 Massage Directory 31 The Center Schedule 50 THE LAST WORD Rhode Island Teacher of the Year 2017 meets ... “For my trip to the White House, I wore a rainbow pin to represent my gratitude for the LGBTQ community that has taught me to be proud, bold, and empowered by my identity – even when Press publisher541@desertdailyguide.com circumstances make that difficult. I wore a blue jacket with a bold print and carried a black lace fan to celebrate the joy and freedom of gender nonconformity.” Nikos Giannopoulos 8 The original Gay Desert Daily Guide. View our Free Digital Version on-line.

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