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Digital Sun Runner Now Available Worldwide for Tablets & Smart Phones!

03/27/2013 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner Magazine will now be available to enjoy on iPads, iPhones, Androids, and other tablets and smart phones starting with our 2013 Desert Treasures Issue. The Sun Runner is available internationally for single issue downloads and subscriptions through Magzter, the Digital Magazine Store.

Native FilmFest Returns to Palm Springs

02/08/2013 ● By Steve

Celebrating its twelfth season, Native FilmFest, presented by Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, is one of the most highly regarded events of its kind. The festival, which features the best in films by, about, and starring Native Americans and other Indigenous peoples from around the world, will be held at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs Wednesday, February 27 through Sunday, March 3.

The 2012 Desert Road Trips Issue

12/03/2012 ● By Steve

Join The Sun Runner Magazine for our first Desert Road Trips Issue, featuring the Southern Loop from Palm Springs to the Salton Sea, Borrego Springs and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, to Felicity - the center of the world and home of the Museum of History in Granite, to Yuma, Arizona, Castle Dome ghost town, Quartzsite, and more!

Desert Theatre By Jack Lyons Sun Runner Theatre Editor

11/09/2012 ● By Steve

I caught up with a busy Gary Daigneault (via telephone), longtime past president of Theatre 29’s board of directors and the driving creative force behind the success of the Twentynine Palms community theatre from its inception in 1999. Original founders John (deceased) and Carol Calveri (now living in Colorado) have handed over the reins of operation to Brian and Patti Tabeling, and Daigneault, all of whom are still very much connected with the theatre.

Finding the Wild: The Coachella Valley Preserve By Steve Brown

11/09/2012 ● By Denise Brown

I remember a Thursday night some years back, when I met a couple visiting the Coachella Valley at Palm Springs’ VillageFest. I was providing information on the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities as part of a visitor outreach program conducted by the Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Trio: Modern Palm Springs Dining You Can Bank On By Steve Brown

11/09/2012 ● By Denise Brown

Restaurants can convey the essence and culture of a community as well as a museum or landmark, and sometimes, they can embody its uniqueness better than just about anything else. A great restaurant is a place where locals and visitors come, not only to dine, but to get a feel for, and be part of, the life of its community.

Experience Classic Palm Springs at Copley’s on Palm Canyon By Steve Brown

11/09/2012 ● By Denise Brown

Time hasn’t always been easy on the Palm Springs that was once Hollywood’s stylish desert playground. It isn’t as simple as it once was to feel close to the spirit that drew movie stars, along with Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, out to the desert.

Angel Project Comes to Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

10/16/2012 ● By Denise Brown

Washington Conservation Guild, a non-profit organization of conservation professionals will volunteer a day of service to the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum.


10/09/2012 ● By Denise Brown

The Palm Springs Modernism Committee has awarded the Community Enrichment Award to the Palms Springs Art Museum.

Tag Teaming The Butterflies

10/03/2012 ● By Steve

The Sunnyland Center and Gardens has teamed up with the non-profit organization, Southwest Monarch Study (SWMS) based out of Arizona to tag monarch butterflies within Sunnyland Gardens.