Geraldine Estevez, The Desert Sun

Geraldine Estevez

The Desert Sun

Palm Springs, CA, United States

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Past articles by Geraldine:

Spending Christmas Day in the Palm Springs area? Here are businesses that'll be open

You can kick off your resolution for the new year early with an intense workout, enjoy a movie with the family or even plan a mini adventure. → Read More

A Christmas crime caught on video: Suspect steals holiday lights from La Quinta home

Security video shows a thief stealing Christmas lights from a La Quinta home. → Read More

This is why the Clintons, Katy Perry and Sheryl Sandberg were at The Parker Palm Springs a few weeks ago

A wedding at The Parker brought A-list celebrities and politicians to the Coachella Valley. Find out who was in attendance. → Read More

Palm Springs Festival of Lights returns: Here are the top 5 things to look forward to

Children will have their very own grand marshal. Can you guess who? → Read More

Thanksgiving plans spoiled after brush fire closes Palm Springs tramway

The fire was reported about 7 p.m. It remained just a few acres in size Thursday morning. → Read More

Black Friday in the desert: Here's when the stores are opening

Several stores have started early sales, days before Thanksgiving, both online and in-store. → Read More

There's a new Palm Springs billboard aiming to solve killing of Jiu-Jitsu studio owner Ramon Diaz

Family and friends of slain Palm Springs Jiu-Jitsu studio owner Ramon Diaz gathered once again, on Tuesday, at the intersection of Crossley Road and Dinah Shore, in Palm Springs, to unveil a billboard designed to help solve the case. "Murdered!" the sign reads in bold letters. And on the second line: "Dear suspect(s)...We will find you!" followed by notice of a $10,000 reward offered to anyone… → Read More

Women and LGBTQ candidates win big during midterm elections: We're able 'to get things done'

"Rainbow wave" and "blue wave" impact this year's midterm elections. Here's who came on top. → Read More

Country star Brett Young weds Taylor Miller in Palm Desert

The two chose not to see each other before the ceremony. → Read More

Gavin Newsom to Palm Springs supporters: 'We'll get through Trump'

Gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom made a campaign stop in Palm Springs Friday, where he talked about housing, health care, guns and President Trump. → Read More

Indio ice cream shop 'Coco Freeze' robbed at gunpoint

'Coco Freeze,' a family-owned ice cream shop in Indio was robbed at gunpoint on Sunday at about 8:55 p.m. The suspect wore a surgical mask. → Read More

What you should know before buying your Mega Millions ticket

Here's a look at why the Mega Millions jackpot is so high and how people tend to spend that money when they win. → Read More

Barack Obama visits Coachella Valley days after tweeting 'more people go to Coachella' than vote

Obama's visit comes just a few days after he tweeted about more people attending Coachella than voting during the last presidential election. → Read More

Not sure what to do this Halloween? Here's a list of events in the Coachella Valley

The Coachella Valley is rich with Halloween activities → Read More

Food Truck Mash-Up rolls into Cathedral City, hot air balloons included

This is the last stop on a U.S. tour intended to bring 'more food and fun to the community of the Coachella Valley.' → Read More

Paint El Paseo Pink strives to raise money for Desert Cancer Foundation

Paint El Paseo Pink, a two-mile walk, strives to raise money for cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment of Coachella Valley residents. → Read More

Severe thunderstorms bring rain to Palm Springs, bury section of Highway 62 to Joshua Tree in mud

Rain, lightning, deafening thunder and reports of hail made for an eventful Friday night in the Coachella Valley. → Read More

Election Day is coming up. Here's all the info you need on voter registration deadlines

Here's all the voter information you will need on those impending deadlines. → Read More

Caltrans head tries to pave way for SB-1 support by detailing road work in Coachella Valley

Several projects are in the works for local freeways and highways. Caltrans attributes funding to Senate Bill 1. → Read More

Morongo Thunder & Lightning Powwow, a free, three-day celebration of Native American culture, kicks off

The Morongo Thunder & Lightning Powwow, a free, three-day event celebrates Native American culture. It kicked off Friday. → Read More