The Frank Sinatra Estate was featured in an article in GunaxinGadgets.com, among the likes of Steve Francis’ Mansion, Schloss Thurn und Taxis, George Clooney’s Waterfront Digs, Tony Hawk’s House, Marlon Brando’s Tahitian Island and the Playboy Mansion, to name a few.
The Frank Sinatra Estate was featured in USA today in an article by Jayne Clark, entitled “Rejuvenation Palm Springs”. Here’s a sample from the article. “Inside the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway, caretaker/tour guide Laura Ramstead weaves through the asymmetrical rooms, all but oblivious to the fuzzy blown-up photos of the King, the leather-jacketed mannequin and the ’60s-style jukebox.” View the Article Here
Palm Springs Life Magazine featured Lorna Luft at Twin Palms in a March 2010 article entitled “Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Dreams come true for Desert Resident Lorna Luft as she pays tribute to her mother, Judy Garland, at McCallum Theater.” The photo shoot for this article was taken at Twin Palms in March 2010. Here’s a sample from the article: “After 17 years crisscrossing the ocean between jobs and houses in London and Los Angeles, Lorna Luft relaxes in the warmth of the desert. “This is paradise, says the multitalented daughter of singing legend Judy Garland and producer Sidney Luft. “And I mean ‘Paradise’ with a capital P.” Luft and her husband of 17 years, musician and musical director Colin R. Freeman, have leased a house in Rancho Mirage and have been preparing for a tribute to her mother this month at McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert. On a sunny day in January (as most of the country bundled up to keep warm in record-cold temperatures), she changes from one designer outfit into another during a photo shoot at Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms house in Palm Springs. The location is apropos. “Frank Sinatra was my godfather,” Luft says. “When I was a child, I thought he went to everybody’s house.”