The Eichler Network recently published an article by Dave Weinstein in their CA-Modern Publication entitled “One Voice, Twin Palms”. Here’s a sample from the article: “He had a voice that caressed, and caressed slowly. He could swing like mad, but he never rocked. Frank Sinatra — ‘the Voice,’ the 1950s’ greatest crooner, perhaps the greatest ever — was made for Palm Springs, a town that’s all about relaxing with style. Or was Palm Springs made for Frank?
Twin Palms hosted the special KCET screening of “Julius Shulman: Desert Modern,” a film by curator Michael Stern focusing on Shulman’s legendary 70-year documentation of Mid-Century Modernism in the Palm Springs region. This magical evening took place February 11, 2010 at Twin Palms, the original Desert estate of Frank Sinatra.
On July 4, 2010, The New York Times Travel Section featured an article entitled “12 Unexpected History Trips”. The article featured some amazing vacation spots with a rich history. One entire section of the article is dedicated to Palm Springs and mentions the Frank Sinatra Estate.