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The Palm Springs Walk of Stars is a walk of fame in downtown Palm Springs, California, where "Golden Palm Stars", honoring notable people who have lived in the greater Palm Springs area, are embedded in the sidewalk pavement. It covers portions of Palm Canyon Drive, Tahquitz Canyon Way, La Plaza Court and Museum Drive. Among those honored are Presidents of the United States, show business personalities, literary figures (authors, playwrights, screenwriters), pioneers and civic leaders (early settlers, tribal leaders, civic personalities), humanitarians, and Medal of Honor recipients.
- Timothy bradley on palm springs walk of stars
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- Medal of Honor recipients
- Former Presidents
- Show business
- Pioneers and civic leaders
The Palm Springs Walk of Stars was established in 1992 by Gerhard Frenzel and Barbara Foster-Henderson. The first induction ceremony was held on February 26, 1992, and included Walk of Fame chairman Johnny Grant. The first five Golden Palm Stars were dedicated to Earle C. Strebe, William Powell, Ruby Keeler, Charles Farrell and Ralph Bellamy.
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Medal of Honor recipients
Five Medal of Honor recipients from the Coachella Valley were honored during the 1999 Veterans Day holiday.
These former Presidents of the United States lived in the Palm Springs area after their retirement.
Palm Springs has been famous as a winter resort and second home community for personalities in show business. These honorees include actors, performers, directors and cinematographers of stage, radio, film, and television.
Pioneers and civic leaders
Early pioneers and other contributors to the community are also honored.
These honorees include authors, playwrights, screenwriters, singers, composers and musicians.