Brennen Matthews discusses his journey from Kenya to Route 66 and the life-changing impact that a trip down Route 66 and across America had on him and his family, and the launch of ROUTE Magazine.
Brennen is the Editor of ROUTE Magazine, the nation’s leading classic Americana, Route 66, and road travel magazine. He has been a senior editor with leading magazines
“Traveling Route 66 - Reality and Prospects for Japanese Travelers”
Toshi presents the perspectives, interests, and issues of Japanese travelers who love America and Route 66. A brief history of the Route 66 Association of Japan is covered, along with its current status, future plans, and an introduction to the management staff.
Toshi grew up in Japan but has lived in the
“Researching Harvey Girls”
Is there a Harvey Girl in your family history -- or are you hoping to find one? Or are you a lover of all things related to Fred Harvey, founder of the Harvey House chain of restaurants and hotels along the railroads in the western United States? Heather has stories to tell, and she will also provide research tips.
Heather N. Paxton began doi
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“Chicago’s Route 66 Connection/Virtual Tour”
One of the first questions travelers ask is: why did Route 66 begin in Chicago? And why were the particular streets chosen to carry the highway through the city? Dave Clark spent years on research to uncover the definitive reasons for a beginning in Chicago, on Jackson Boulevard, for Route 66. This program will detail the, sometim
Announcements of musicians and bands for the "Rock 'n Roll Saturday Evening" coming soon!