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Best of Coachella Valley 2018-2019: Readers' Picks

Best of Coachella Valley 2018-2019: Readers' Picks

Nov 26, 2018 08:00  |  Staff

This whole process started back in August, when voting began in the first round of the fifth annual Best of Coachella Valley readers’ poll.

Now, after three months, two rounds of voting and ballots fro...

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Best of Coachella Valley 2018-2019: Staff Picks

Best of Coachella Valley 2018-2019: Staff Picks

Nov 26, 2018 07:59  |  Staff

Best Auto Service for Honesty’s Sake

Cam Stone’s Automotive

Cam Stone’s Automotive in Palm Desert is the kind of auto-service shop every woman dreams of—at least women (and men) like me who know little ...

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Building Kids Now: The Boys and Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley Make The Lives of 6,000 Children in La Quinta, Indio, Coachella and Mecca Better Every Year

Building Kids Now: The Boys and Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley Make The Lives of 6,000 Children in La Quinta, Indio, Coachella and Mecca Better Every Year

Nov 26, 2018 07:59  |  Kevin Fitzgerald

On a recent sunny but cool weekday afternoon, more than 200 children and teens, ages 7 to 18, were busy inside the President Gerald R. Ford Clubhouse at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley in...

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A Family Matter: Avenida Music's Success Has Been Part of the Plan Since Before Most of the Members Were Even Born

A Family Matter: Avenida Music's Success Has Been Part of the Plan Since Before Most of the Members Were Even Born

Nov 26, 2018 07:59  |  Brian Blueskye

For Avenida Music—voted as the Best Local Band by readers of the Independent in the annual Best of Coachella Valley poll—music revolves around family.

The band includes three brothers—and may be the only...

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The Kids Are Alright: Frank Eats the Floor's Matt King, 17, Is Pleasantly Surprised to Be the Readers' Choice as the Best Local Musician

The Kids Are Alright: Frank Eats the Floor's Matt King, 17, Is Pleasantly Surprised to Be the Readers' Choice as the Best Local Musician

Nov 26, 2018 07:59  |  Brian Blueskye

Matt King of Frank Eats the Floor was shocked when he learned he was voted Best Local Musician by the readers of the Coachella Valley Independent —beating out local greats including Giselle Woo and last...

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Best of Coachella Valley 2017-2018: Readers' Picks

Best of Coachella Valley 2017-2018: Readers' Picks

Nov 27, 2017 08:00  |  Staff

At long last … here are the results of the fourth annual Best of Coachella Valley readers' poll!

From all of us here at the Coachella Valley Independent , we’d like to thank the many, many readers who vo...

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Best of Coachella Valley 2017-2018: Staff Picks

Best of Coachella Valley 2017-2018: Staff Picks

Nov 27, 2017 08:00  |  Staff

Best Local Album

Thr3 Strykes, CMNCTN-BRKDWN

When I interviewed them last year, the members of Thr3 Strykes told me that putting together the album that would become CMNCTN-BRKDWN was a proving to be diffi...

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Best Local Band 2017-2018: After a National Tour and a Successful Crowd-Funding Campaign, The Flusters Are Again the 'Independent' Readers' Pick

Best Local Band 2017-2018: After a National Tour and a Successful Crowd-Funding Campaign, The Flusters Are Again the 'Independent' Readers' Pick

Nov 27, 2017 08:00  |  Brian Blueskye

It would be nigh impossible to find a band more deserving of being voted Best Local Band by the readers of this fine publication than The Flusters.

The “California dreamsurf quartet” ended 2016 by rele...

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On this week's keto-friendly, gluten-free, semi-vegan weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World looks at the latest exploits of Donald J. Trump, Detective-in-Chief; Jen Sorensen ponders how the right turns reason into treason; (Th)ink examines an incident at a recent Trump rally; Apoca Clips quizzes Li'l Trumpy on Antifa and right-wing terror groups; and Red Meat wants to borrow some fertilizer.

On this week's mysteriously unguarded weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen examines America's response to the recent mass shootings; (Th)ink ponders the attendance of an all-clowns screening of the It sequel; This Modern World listens to some Gun Talk; Apoca Clips quizzes Li'l Trumpy about Jeffrey Epstein's death; and Red Meat looks back on the old comic-book character called the Human Torch.

On this week's depressing "been there, done that" weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips helps Li'l Trumpy with a tweet; Red Meat asks God for advice; This Modern World looks at the conservative view on our health-care system; Jen Sorensen examines a shooter's manifesto; and The K Chronicles asks white people to step up their figurative game.

On this week's poor-optics weekly Independent comics page: This Modern World checks in to see how all this Trump news is being dealt with on Parallel Earth; Jen Sorensen shakes her head at the abundance of warning signs; The K Chronicles tips his hat to the high school production of Alien; Apoca Clips gets Li'l Trumpy's response to Robert Mueller's testimony; and Red Meat wonders why Milkman Dan has blood all over his uniform.

On this week's wet, moist and tropically humid weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen quizzes a Trump supporter on racism; The K Chronicles wishes people were more skeptical; This Modern World enjoys a Donald Trump Decoder Ring; Red Meat listens as Milkman Dan tells Karen a cottage cheese-tinged story; and Apoca Clips ponders Li'l Trumpy's racism.

On this week's minty-fresh weekly Independent comics page: The K Chronicles finds similarities between Donald Trump and the Grateful Dead; This Modern World ponders Nancy Pelosi's political game of chess; Jen Sorensen wonders how Twitter would have handled past historic moments; Apoca Clips listens as Li'l Trumpy spews racism regarding female members of Congress; and Red Meat teaches a valuable lesson.

On this week's fun, festive and frank weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips examines Li'l Trumpy's Fourth of July speech; Red Meat gets creative; (Th)ink celebrates the U.S. Women's World Cup win; This Modern World looks at what pundits are saying about our country's border concentration camps; and Jen Sorensen scratches her head over Mississippi's new imitation-meat-labeling law.

On this week's fireworks-lit weekly Independent comics page: Jen Sorensen ponders the differing definitions of "populism"; The K Chronicles bemoans a decision by The New York Times; This Modern World gets to the bottom of the latest Trump accusation with help from the Detective-in-Chief; Red Meat disapproves of a birthday present from Milkman Dan; and Apoca Clips quizzes Li'l Trumpy about his excursion into North Korea.

On this week's totally woke weekly Independent comics page: Apoca Clips listens to Li'l Trumpy explain the near-war with Iran; Red Meat watches some soapy sci-fi; This Modern World brings us the latest dispatch from the Stupidverse; Jen Sorensen examines things that are supposedly OK if you're a Republican; and The K Chronicles looks at responses to the aforementioned near-war with Iran.

On this week's recyclable, gluten-free weekly Independent comics page: (Th)ink hands the ink over to guest cartoonist John Bolton; This Modern World looks at the fallout when Republicans all become brain-eating zombies; Jen Sorenson feels bad for old rich people who can't sell their homes; Red Meat is bummed out because Earl lost his job; and Apoca Clips listens to Sarah Huckabee Sanders' farewell press conference.

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