Behind the wheel of a Jeep CJ8 for Desert Adventures, Morgan Levine steers an array of tours from archaeological to agricultural sites.
Encountering peninsular bighorn sheep is the hope of many meandering through the Indian Canyons in Palm Springs, and when it happens, it’s magical.
The desert has lured celebrities since the early 1900s. Some bygone regulars stayed in the same suite when they came to town. Now you can stay there, too.
Andie Hubka created the Cork & Fork restaurant in La Quinta, which was among the first of its kind in the valley to serve up small plates.
When Adnan LaPamuk looked for a place to settle down, a Google search revealed the appealing oasis of Palm Springs.
Lexi Dempsey is downright serious about cultivating good times for resort guests at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa.
Abundant sunshine, palm trees at every turn, and a year-round swimming-pool culture have drawn retirees to Greater Palm Springs for decades. Now younger people have begun gravitating toward the desert communities, but for the opportunities as much as the lifestyle. “The open space and major agricultural, hospitality, and resort sectors open it up for a lot of potential development,” says
Daryl Hannah brings her passion to the podium Oct. 4 as the keynote speaker at the Southern California Energy Summit at Palm Springs Convention Center.