Palm Springs' Thursday night street fair an actual authentic experience
In an area where a black and white photo of Frank Sinatra or Bob Hope passes as high culture, the street fair boasts actual local character. They close the main drag in town to cars, set up booths in the middle of the street (think cheap good food and trinkets) and people stroll around.
Yes, sometimes people do actually walk in California.
If you’ve always stayed out in La Quinta on your Coachella Valley golf trip, you may not even know that Palm Springs has a downtown. A walkable one filled with restaurants, interesting shops and a share of the requisite tourist traps.
Thursday night’s the night to go however. Friday and Saturday could be dead, while Thursday is hopping.
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If people in SoCal don't walk, do they attribute this malaise to a seasonal urge, a legal prohibition, or some other source? Give us more on the pedantically-challenged desert dwellers of the region.
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