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Stop at the Grand Canyon Caverns on Historic Route 66
If you're out getting your kicks on historic Route 66 in Arizona this summer, a cool stop for beating the heat is Grand Canyon Caverns.
Sun May 19, 2013
Tornado touched down in Oklahoma City area
A tornado kicked up debris in an Oklahoma City suburb and threatened a number of tourist attractions on historic Route 66 before growing into a larger storm that rolled across rural parts of central Oklahoma.
Route 66 News
New Illinois Route 66 Hall of Famers announced
The Route 66 Association of Illinois will induct three new members to its Hall of Fame on June 8, during its annual Hall of Fame banquet in Lincoln, Ill., reported the Morris Daily Herald .
Route 66 News
The story behind Albuquerque's big aluminum yucca
A huge aluminum yucca sculpture, appropriately titled "Aluminum Yucca," in the east mountains of Albuquerque along Interstate 40 and old Route 66 recently marked its 10th year of existence, reported the Albuquerque Journal .
Sat May 18, 2013
WRLR to Get Its Kicks
The 1950s were an iconic era, a representative slice of Americana when poodle skirts, cross-country road trips and the beginnings of rock'n'roll coexisted.
Fri May 17, 2013
Culver City Times
Getty Museum Exhibits Some Masterpieces By Culver City Resident Ed Rucha
The J. Paul Getty Museum is currently offering an exhibition of the photography of Culver City resident Ed Rucha, including the images from some of the 16 photo books Rucha produced between 1963 and 1978, including Twentysix Gasoline Stations , Some Los Angeles Apartments , Every Building on the Sunset Strip and Pacific Coast Highway .
California Man Reunited with the 1962 Corvette He Sold in 1966
His miraculous story begins way back in October 1961 when he was in his 20s and bought a white 1962 Corvette with red interior, a 327/340 engine in the bay.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Phoenix Boys Town Choir will perform a free concert 7 p.m., today in the Deming Public Schools Auditorium.
Route 66 News
Local artist painting mural on McDonald's Museum
Cartoonist Phil Yeh is painting an elaborate mural on the McDonald's Museum in San Bernardino, Calif., reported the San Bernardino County Sun .
Wed May 15, 2013
Route 66 News
Chicken-fried steak at Tally's
The station featured Tally's Cafe , which has become a strong alternative for Route 66 dining in Tulsa since the Metro Diner was demolished a few years ago.
Tue May 14, 2013
Own Veterans Memorial Finds a Home on Route 66
Ryan Williams/WGCN The statue will go at the west end of Monument Park. A dedication ceremony will take place in early to mid September.
Warwick Mall is hub under RIPTA plan
A list of proposed changes to RIPTA services has been completed and it includes some big changes for Warwick, including a new bus hub and perfected interlink service from T.F. Green.
Richard Southall on 'Route 66: Ghosts of America's Legendary Highway'
A big ghastly welcome here to Richard Southall author of " Route 66 : Ghosts of America's Legendary Highway". Delving into some fiendish tales of hauntings on the asphalt of America as the pedal hits the metal.
Mon May 13, 2013
Phoenix Boys Town Choir plans stop in Silver City
The Phoenix Boys Town Choir concert is at 7 p.m., Saturday at the WNMU Fine Art Center Theater in Silver City, as part of the Town Choir's annual spring tour.
Traveling Route 66 to call attention to brain injury issues
They've been talking about doing it for forty years. Two men, one from mid-Michigan, the other from California, have set out to follow Route 66 in a special car.
Sun May 12, 2013
Journey End - Route 66
A symbolic picture that marks the end of our three week journey from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Oklahoma Establishes Historic Chisholm Trail Bike Route
From 1867-1887 over 5 million head of cattle traveled up the Chisholm Trail from Texas to the railroads in the cattle towns of Kansas, including Abilene, Newton, Wichita, and Caldwell.
Sat May 11, 2013
AOL City Guide
Located off Route 66, this vintage motel is a 5 minute drive from the New Mexico Mining Museum.
The Joplin Independent
Stone's Throw announces 2013-14 season
Attendees gather near a dinner table at Stone Throw's 2012 New Year's Eve celebration at the theatre in Carthage.
The Wichita Eagle
At art fair, seeing Route 66 in black, white and old
What: A Mother's Day tradition and art and book fair put on by Friends of the Wichita Art Museum to benefit the museum As a photographer who works mostly in black and white, Cort Anderson has an eye for detail, for composition and for shades of light.