One of the nation’s fastest-growing regions, Riverside County proves its mettle as a great place to live and work
Natural splendors and civilized pleasures
The Hotel Del demonstrates how San Diego’s culinary scene has grown up
A fine blending of climate, culture, and capitalism distinguishes the new O.C.
The Da Vinci Experience stimulates all the senses at Palm Springs Air Museum, which transformed a hangar into 15th century Italy for the exhibition’s U.S. debut.
This city of glorious sunsets is situated midway on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, some 700 miles from the U.S. border and just south of the Tropic of Cancer.
Experts: The “maturing, more sophisticated, more diverse” desert proves again that retail follows rooftops and that tourism contributes more to the local economy
than old measurements had reported.
Desert Hot Springs is the Coachella Valley’s gateway to Joshua Tree National Park. More than three million people each year travel historic Highway 62 to visit the unique wilderness to rock climb, hike, and camp in a setting unlike any other.
As the City of Indian Wells approaches its 40th anniversary (officially July 14, 2007), the city’s commitment to excellence in every facet of community life remains front and center.
One can get a glimpse of Indio’s rich history by viewing the city’s colorful murals. Native American inhabitants, agriculture, transportation, the date industry, the history of water, and electric power are subjects portrayed on large canvasses of building walls throughout the community.