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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!

The Sun Runner Expands Travel Features with Desert Road Trips Issue

10/22/2012 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner Magazine is expanding its popular travel coverage with the Desert Road Trips Issue for December, 2012/January, 2013.

Focus attention on your business with our two Desert Travel Issues!

09/05/2012 ● By Steve

Here at The Sun Runner Magazine, our annual Desert Travel Issue has always been our most popular issue of the year. This year, with desert travel being a hot topic, we're producing two desert travel issues - the annual Desert Travel Issue (October/November 2012), and the Desert Road Trips Issue (December 2012/January 2013).

The Sun Runner's Fall 2012 Little Petroglyph Canyon Tour

08/31/2012 ● By Steve

Join The Sun Runner on our Fall 2012 Little Petroglyph Canyon Tour.

The Sun Runner's 6th Annual Desert Writers Issue

08/01/2012 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner Magazine's 6th Annual Desert Writers Issue features author Robin Maxwell and her latest book, JANE: The Woman Who Loved Tarzan, as well as fiction, essays, and poetry by desert writers, and reviews by Literary Editor Delphine Lucas of desert-related books.

Former Rancho Santa Margarita Mayor Says There's "Nothing" Out Here in the Desert

07/17/2012 ● By Steve

Commentary by Steve Brown"You've all been out there, there's nothing out there in that desert anyway." Garry Thompson, Cadiz Water Project supporter, public comment at SMWD Engineering Committee meeti

Emken's Senate Supporter Steals Sun Runner Story and Misrepresents it vs. Feinstein

07/16/2012 ● By Steve

A Sun Runner story has been used and misrepresented, apparently by a blogger with ties to the Elizabeth Emken campaign.Our story, Cadiz Water Grab Meets With Significant Opposition (http://thesunrunne

The AdventureCORPS Desert Voices Contest - Write for Us!

07/15/2012 ● By Steve

Living in the desert, we all have our sources for information and news. The artist who gets the desert light just right.  The friend who’s always up on the best eats in town. The one who knows th

Cadiz Water Project's Final EIR and Public Hearing

07/13/2012 ● By Steve

The Santa Margarita Water District will be conducting a public hearing on Wednesday, July 25 on the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery, and Storage Project - a euphemistic title for a plan to m

Hazardous Weather Outlook for Parts of Desert Region

07/11/2012 ● By Steve

No more dry heat in July!  Thunderstorm season has arrived here in the desert, along with chances of flash floods and debilitating heat and humidity.The National Weather Service has issued a Haza