ARTICLE & PHOTOS BY LYNNE TUCKER
In the city of Indio, you’ll find mostly older murals created in the late ‘90s and early 2000s, though a few were made within this decade. All reflect the history of the Coachella Valley, as well as the people, events and aspects that make up the desert’s heritage.
To start, park near La Tarasca Restaurant (82-231 Indio Blvd.) to see the first of two murals on separate walls of the eatery.
The rest of the murals are relatively spaced out, so it’s best to drive to each one and park on the street or in a nearby parking lot.
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CV Weekly (Coachella Valley)
The Tolucan Times (San Fernando Valley)
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