Route 66 News

Dining in Albuquerque

The Examiner.com provides a decent overview of the wide diversity of cuisines seen in Albuquerque restaurants. The range is this — New Mexican/Mexican, Native American, Asian, Barbecue, Brazilian and Just Plain Fun. The Route 66 Diner fills the latter. The…

Last call coming at the Riviera

Chicago Sun-Times columnist and longtime roadie Dave Hoekstra paid a visit to The Riviera restaurant and roadhouse bar on Route 66 in Gardner, Ill., before it closes after New Year’s Day. Longtime owners Bob and Peggy Kraft, both in their…

Motorcycle museum vandalized

Route 66 Vintage Iron, based in downtown Miami, Okla., was vandalized early Saturday when someone tossed a sledgehammer through one of the museum’s front plate glass windows, reported the Miami News Record. Nothing was stolen, but two of the vintage…

Route 66 kiosk coming to Tucumcari

KFDA-TV in Amarillo, Texas, is reporting that the Route 66 town of Tucumcari, N.M., will install a Route 66 interpretive exhibit at the Tucumcari Convention Center. The kiosk will having photos and information about the Mother Road’s history in Tucumcari.…

Yet another reason to watch the Rose Parade

The Pasadena (Calif.) Star-News has a list of all the entries for the annual Rose Parade, set for New Year’s Day. Here’s one float that will interest roadies: NEW MEXICO: “Hats off to New Mexico – Beep Beep!” Zooming down…

Only in America

Here’s a letter to the editor by Larry Matulich, which was printed in the Marysville (Calif.) Appeal-Democrat: Is there still a Ford in America‚Äôs future? Not only is the question for one American car company, it goes for GM and…

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