10 Reasons Joshua Tree, California Should Be Your Next Vacation (GQ)

A secret taco spot. A groovy, spartan aesthetic. And one of America’s most recognizable and jaw-dropping national parks. If one…

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Welcome to the Integratron, A Place of Spiritual Healing and Musical Sound Baths in the Mojave Desert. (New York Times)

To spend even an hour at the Integratron is to find your mind opening to esoteric possibilities — to feel…

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Joshua Tree National Park Is The Most Beautiful Place In California (Huffington Post)

Joshua Tree covers a stunning 800,000 acres in both the Colorado and Mojave Deserts. It’s long been visited by intrepid travelers…

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Pioneertown: The Weird Western Set in the California Desert (The Independent)

It was built in the middle of the desert as a Wild West film set, only one you can live in.…

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‘This can’t be real’: Fans shed tears to see Paul McCartney at the tiny Pappy and Harriet’s (LA Times)

“This is the biggest gig we’ve ever played,” said Paul McCartney, right as he took the stage at the intimate Pappy…

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La Copine takes High Desert with storm – Taking 
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Flamingo Heights (Palm Springs Life)

Start with one neglected building in the high desert, add two gutsy entrepreneurs, a good shake of locally sourced ingredients,…

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“the peace of wild things” to flow into your soul in this treasure of the American Southwest.

High Desert Conservation   Drive just a couple of hours southeast from L.A., and you’re enveloped in a pristine, stark…

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Watts to Joshua Tree: A tour of Noah Purifoy’s Outdoor Museum (LA Times)

The high desert wind at the edge of Joshua Tree was fierce and frigid, but the sculptures were gritty, weird…

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Pioneertown Wants to Be the New Old West (New York Times)

Founded in 1946 by a group of Hollywood legends like Roy Rogers andGene Autry, the desert community is having something…

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Joshua Tree’s peaceful, easy allure has for decades lured artists, musicians and the pure of heart (LA Times)

“What do you sing about when you’re looking at the Milky Way?” he said. “There are no words. A lot…

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