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Route 66: 'The Highway That's The Best'
For the next three months, we will share what we learned when we motored west down "the highway that’s the best.” In 1946, the songwriter Bobby Troup and his wife drove across the country to Los Angel... read more
Route 66 – California: Where to eat, what to see and what to do
You will never be short of things to do ... the Arizona side and is perfect if you need to save some time. Most tourists visit Needles for water sports on the Colorado River these days so many of the ... read more
Four chosen as Santa Fe Living Treasures
The roadway “was Route 66 ... of New Mexico, which could be “probably the biggest accomplishment ever,” he said. “I don’t know if I’ll be around by the time they finish the movement center,” he said, ... read more
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Uranium Mine and Mill Workers are Dying, and Nobody Will Take Responsibility
In 1950, an Irish-Navajo sheep herder named Paddy Martinez found a bright yellow rock of uranium ore near Haystack, N.M. That set off a mining boom in the Four Corners (where New Mexico, Arizona ... a ... read more
How Meeting Planners Can Leverage Albuquerque’s Legacy as a Cultural Crossroads
From the 17th to 19th centuries, the legendary Camino Real Trail was the main route from Mexico City to what’s now New Mexico. Albuquerque was also the primary Southwestern hub on America’s historic R... read more
Spirit of New Mexico
New Mexico has always been ... with the Kokopelli -- a mystical spirit in the form of an Anasazi flute player -- that you see everywhere in New Mexico. Native Americans sell their wares on the sidewal... read more
Inside Unserville: A unique visit with racing legend Bobby Unser at his home in Albuquerque
Route 66, also known as the Mother Road, is in Bobby Unser’s front yard. The famous highway passes near “Unserville,” the name for Unser’s home, shop and other property in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A t... read more
Great Runs in Albuquerque, New Mexico
See folk art sites and two hundred year old churches, and enjoy the sounds of Mariachi bands and Flamenco dancers. There is also a variety of restaurants ... University of New Mexico and further up Ce... read more
How Long Does It Take for a Road Trip Across America?
With a pocket full of gas money and several days to spare, you can see the ... Arizona. Cool off at Lake Havasu before finding the Pacific Ocean past the Mojave Desert. From New Mexico to California y... read more
25 Things You Should Know About Tulsa
The road that would become Route 66 was laid through Arizona, New Mexico, the Texas panhandle, and (conveniently) Tulsa. 8) Garth Brooks, born in Tulsa on February 7, 1962, is the music industry's bes... read more
From Popsicles to Pop Music: Albuquerque Bets on Small-Scale Entrepreneurs
Route 66 running through Albuquerque ... But Albuquerque struggles – as do many other cities – with income inequality and poverty. In an earlier post on this subject, we quoted a January 2013 report b... read more
New life for La Castañeda in Las Vegas, N.M.
The hotel’s 40 rooms were invariably filled with politicians, celebrities, soldiers and travelers looking to stop for the night before moving on, be it northeast out of New Mexico or south ... includi... read more