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  • COACHELLA - Despite a $3 million shortfall expected for the next year, the city of Coachella is expected to spend $32,000 on a consultant to iron out existing issues between councilmembers.

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  • COACHELLA - Two people died during a pair of car accidents in Saturday night in Coachella.

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  • Porter, 55, is the founder and executive director of Hidden Harvest, a non-profit based in Coachella, in one of Southern California's most fertile farming areas.

    Everyday crusaders heed a call in philanthropy

  • Next weekend, the same promoter that stages Coachella is presenting a country music festival called Stagecoach.

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  • April 28 — The polo field at Coachella is vast, so you never have a sense of how crowded it is.

    Coachella: A Slightly Dizzying Feeling - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Just past the town are the Indio Hills along with a huge, free-of-charge wilderness park called the Coachella Valley Preserve.

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  • How does dance music go over at a festival like Coachella, which is held in the blazing California desert?

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  • Coachella, which is April 16-18, room rates jump to $499 a night for a Superior King.

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  • Both bands are also on the lineup for this year's Coachella, which is happening April

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  • There is no such word as coachella.

    What did Cinderella go to the ball in, then? A pumpkin?

    Oh, wait. Never mind. :-)

    Interesting. Thanks, Thetan!

    June 5, 2011

  • There is no such word as coachella, originally the word was the Spanish term for sea shell and Pacific Railroad Cartographers wrote into the hand drawn maps the miss-spelled word and the railroad execs thought it too expensive to alter the maps and thus the Valley called Conchilla became known in err to this day as Coachella Valley,CA.by George A. Filippides

    June 5, 2011