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Artist Rik Livingston selected as cover artist for new edition of visitors guide

07/22/2014 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner's 2nd edition of the popular Route 62 Joshua Tree Gateway Communities visitors guide will feature art by Rik Livingston.

New Joshua Tree Guide On It's Way This May

02/11/2014 ● By Steve

Our guide to the Joshua Tree Gateway Communities was so popular with visitors we're getting ready to publish a new, updated version.

Join The Sun Runner and The Real Desert for an Unforgettable Tour of Little Petroglyph Canyon

12/12/2013 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner & the PBS show The Real Desert are shooting an episode this spring in the incredible Little Petroglyph Canyon. Join them!

The Bighorn Sheep of Nolina Peak

11/03/2013 ● By Steve

A Sunday morning hike up Nolina Peak in Joshua Tree National Park, provided a rare treat - a glimpse of Desert Bighorn Sheep.

The Legendary Marta Becket is set to Return to the Stage

10/26/2013 ● By Steve

After years of rumors of abuse, tumult, and chaos, the Amargosa Opera House - and the legendary genius behind it - is set for a grand encore!

Share Your Favorite Southwest Road Trip

10/22/2013 ● By Steve

As we prepare for our annual Desert Road Trips Issue, we want to hear about your favorite Southwest road trips. You might even win a prize!

The Desert's Magic Amp Man: David Bray

10/17/2013 ● By Steve

David Bray knows tone, and guitarists worldwide come to him for that knowledge.

The Real Desert launches tonight on KVCR PBS TV

09/16/2013 ● By Steve

The day has finally arrived - The Real Desert, with Steve Brown, launches this evening at 7:30 on KVCR PBS TV all across Southern California.

The Sun Runner Returns to the LA Travel & Adventure Show

09/11/2013 ● By Steve

The Sun Runner will be on hand to guide prospective desert travelers for the 7th year at the country's largest travel show. Come join us!

Tales from The Real Desert: The Crickets of La Casa del Zorro...

09/05/2013 ● By Steve

The casita pool at La Casa del Zorro was inviting, but who could have known about the crickets of Borrego Springs...