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COLD ONE

Known for its array of sleek cocktail bars, in addition to a fair share of “divey” local-favorites, Palm Springs has not been immune to the nation's recent craft beer explosion. With summer here, you’re going to want to check out one (or two) of...

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MODERN HOME

Palm Springs, known for amazing restaurants and fun bars, is also one of the best Mid-Century shopping meccas in California. Throughout the city, you can find many vintage and resale shopping destinations from thrift stores that benefit nonprofits to...

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WE LOVE MODERN DESIGN

One of our favorite outings, the Palm Springs Museum’s Architecture and Design Center is a must see for anyone interested in mid-century architecture and desert design.  Formerly the Santa Fe Savings and Loan, the iconic glass and steel building is a...

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HIKING INDIAN CANYONS

One of the most beautiful attractions, not only in Palm Springs but all of Western North America, Indian Canyons, is a must see for any visitor, especially those who love to hike. Unlike other area desert trails, many of the Indian Canyon trails follow...

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PALM SPRINGS FIT

If you’re a regular visitor to Palm Springs, you may know the popular gyms where the big boys work out (if not, just ask any one of our buff staff guys!)  But sometimes on vacation, you’re in the mood for something different.  Well, here are our...

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SANTIAGO GOES SOLAR

With clear blue skies and sunshine 350 days a year, Palm Springs is an ideal spot for making solar power. This past December, with the help of our solar partner Renova Energy, Santiago Resort installed 164 rooftop solar panels. Since then we’ve been...

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BEST NEW RESTAURANTS

Lately, Palm Springs has been nothing but abuzz with news of so many new restaurant openings. We’re eager, and hungry, to spread the word. If your tastes lean toward Italian, Asian, Deli, Hawaiian, Tapas, Mediterranean or just good old-fashioned...

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TIKI IN THE DESERT?

You may not have heard, but Desert Polynesian Culture is alive and well in Palm Springs. This month we’re sharing some of our favorite drinks at some of our favorite Palm Springs’ Tiki bars. Sure, you can order a Mai Tai, but why not a Hot Hula...

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Visiting the San Andreas Fault

It’s one of the best known, and most menacing geological features in North America.  The San Andreas Fault is the oft-blamed continental rift responsible for plenty of earthquakes in California.  While the science of this tear in the earth’s crust...

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ART IN THE HIGH DESERT

Art is often viewed in isolated settings:  museums or the walls of our homes and offices. But if viewed within the context of the creative process, there is potential for a deeper understanding.  This is precisely what the yearly, self-guided Hwy 62...

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