Palm Desert looks back (and ahead) as it marks a half-century of cityhood.
Animal encounters, bowling, and water parks provide plenty of ways to keep your kids entertained.
WildLights illuminates the holiday season starting this week and experience the desert at 8,500 feet on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.
Hot picks for November in the desert: Top pickleball players compete at Indian Wells and The Living Desert’s WildLights add holiday sparkle.
Here are 9 ways to experience the valley from feeding giraffes at The Living Desert to enjoying the outdoor ambiance of Old Town La Quinta.
See the stars at the Rancho Mirage Observatory, discover the best place to pitch your tent in the desert, and where to view bighorn sheep.
What are the best places to occupy your kids in the desert? The Living Desert is a fave, make waves at a resort pool, or visit a public park.
Music continues its desert takeover with Coachella and Soundcheck Earth, mixed in with Earth Day celebrations and art exhibit openings.
The arrival of a pair of endangered black rhinos marks a new era in conservation at The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert.
The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens’ Rhino Savanna habitat debuted in November. Here’s the backstory on its star inhabitants, Nia and Jaali.
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