Whoever came up with that idea of Ed Smith going to work for Tony Clarke should get an award because Smith's public relations kept the music festival afloat.
Desert Hot Springs Mayor Yvonne Parks threatens to sue Tony Clarke, the promoter of the defunct Music Festival that cost city $265,000. There's a problem with that.
Local desert region businesses are discriminated against as Desert Hot Springs city finance director Jason Simpson gives away city money to a friend in Temecula. What seems like a conspiracy is a big...
“Election season is underway,” Daniels reminded them, then instructed Committee members to prepare answers for…
It didn’t begin with a government handout subsidizing expenses but with the private enterprise and passion spearheaded by one local young man intent on creating a special and enduring event.
Desert Hot Springs Music Festival lands big name band. Charlie Sheen rumored to MC. Mayor Parks not in support of Smoke-out.
Just days prior to the event and after hundreds of tickets were sold, the Desert Valley Star discovered no performers were booked and some celebrities had never heard of Quintana or the event.
The City terminated Green's employment while Daniels was "gone" in rehab for alcohol abuse.
"My feeling was if the city was paying him a quarter million he was OK”
"...everything they say can be used by Tony against them for preventing him from doing what he has a contract to do.""
Promoter Tony Clarke had canceled two previous council dates and on Tuesday made remarks of no substance to the council. Then Clarke rushed away when television and other news reporters sought answer...
For Desert Hot Springs City Manager Rick Daniels, a highly public figure, a decision to enter a rehab facility for alcohol use comes with an added burden of being front page news.