American Road Trip Talk: Mermaid Revival

Posted on 02/17/2018

Mermaid Revival To inaugurate a new era and look at American Road Magazine, we are reviving a feature that has helped our readers dig deeper and enjoy more fully the[…]

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Sinful Sidney Sesquicentennial: Heather Hausmann

Posted on 07/03/2017

In the rough and tumble days of the late 1800’s, the little town of Sidney, Nebraska was an important military and commercial outpost on the railroad lines that were becoming the arteries[…]

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Voices From The Backstairs: Tom Grantham

Posted on 05/28/2017

The Glenn House, a restored Victorian mansion with views of the river on Spanish Street, has been a classic part of Cape Girardeau, MO since it opened for tours in 1980 after[…]

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Rachel Flynn, Veils, Vettes And Vows

Posted on 04/24/2017

One of the great American Road annual events is the Woodward Dream Cruise held each year on a stretch of Woodward Avenue in Detroit, MI that runs from Detroit city limits to the[…]

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Roxie Yonkay: Land And Sky Byway

Posted on 04/18/2017

In our recent volume 15, number 1 there was a story in the Friends in the Fast Lane column about the National Scenic Byways Program 25th anniversary.  The Scenic Byways 25! event was celebrated at[…]

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