VIDEO: 'Eye on L.A.' checks out Palm Springs dinosaurs, casinos and street festival

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'Eye on L.A.' found the world's biggest dinosaurs, cashed in at Morongo casino and relaxed at Palm Springs VillageFest!

On the drive out to Palm Springs, stop and visit the Cabazon Dinosaurs and do a bit of gambling at Morongo Casino. Then, when you get out to the desert, hit up the Palm Springs Village Street Fest on Thursday evenings.

The World's Biggest Dinosaurs are located in Cabazon off of Interstate 10 at the Main Street exit, 13 miles west of Palm Springs. Famously featured in the movie "Pee Wee's Big Adventure," the two original Cabazon dinosaurs, Dinny and Mr. Rex, were built by Knott's Berry Farm sculptor Claude Bell in the 60s and 70s to literally stop traffic and draw patrons to his Wheel Inn Restaurant next door.

With its four-star accommodations, round-the-clock gaming action and world-class entertainment, Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa turns a casino experience into an unforgettable getaway. Morongo Casino is located just off the 10 freeway at Morongo Trail exit.

If you can dream it, you can create it! We found one very sweet artist who makes pop culture masterpieces out of candy, and a futuristic maker's space where you can print your imaginative creations in 3D! Plus pop star Jordin Sparks lets us in on her favorite place to hang in L.A.!

Every Thursday evening, downtown Palm Springs transforms into the Palm Springs VillageFest, with artists, artisans, entertainers and purveyors of fresh fruits and veggies, flowers, jewelry, snacks and sweets.

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