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You may have noticed a bunch of young people walking along the sidewalk, watching the screens of their smartphones intently. It's likely they were playing an augmented reality game, Pokemon Go , that Apple and Android recently released to their smartphone systems. Comment?
This new, well-produced interview features JoAn Fuller, who worked as a Harvey Girl at La Posada at Winslow, Arizona, during the mid-1940s. It turns out the Fuller interview was produced by filmmaker Katrina Parks, who produced a one-hour documentary, "The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound." Comment?
A side trip to Williams, Arizona, during the 1980s inspired a British man to form a United Kingdom Route 66 Association after he finishes participating in this May's annual Historic Route 66 Fun Run . Peter Campbell-McBride, CEO of Medinform Publishing, told the Kingman Daily Miner in Kingman, Arizona, what inspired him to form the group: While researching the Fun Run, McBride realized there were thousands of people from around the world who were as interested as he was in the road made famous by John Steinbeck's classic "Grapes of Wrath." Comment?
The city of Williams, Arizona, accepted a $500,000 state grant to help acquire artifacts for the Arizona State Railroad Museum , reported the Williams News . The grant, which will be available by fiscal year 2018, came with help from the Northern Arizona Council of Governments. Comment?
A writer for Yahoo! Autos test-drove a 2016 Jaguar XF in the high-altitude mountains near and in the Route 66 town of Williams, Arizona. Comment?
The Route 66 Zipline in Williams, Arizona, which had a cloudy future as recently as 18 months ago, was renewed for a five-year lease last month, according to the Williams News . The final vote was 4-3, with the mayor casting the tie-breaker. Comment?
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