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SCA Weekly News – Dec. 9, 2018

SCA Weekly News – Dec. 9, 2018

Will the U.S. Senate designate Route 66 a National Historic Trail and fund restoration of the NY State Pavilion at the 64/65 World’s Fair? How is the movie Green Book leading to an examination of discrimination against travelers of color nationwide? And will a classic Maryland diner become the "Mary Jane Diner?" Read this week’s news
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SCA Weekly News Review: 11/26-12-2/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 11/26-12-2/18

Michael Hirsch takes another turn. From Vegas to Vancouver, here are five new articles for fans of the roadside.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 11/18-11/25/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 11/18-11/25/18

This week, Emily Taggart Schricker takes us on a journey from the citrusy brightness of Orange County to the dark stretches of Route 66.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 11/11-11/18/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 11/11-11/18/18

This week’s news recap courtesy of our favorite stressed-out left coast grad student, Jeremy Ebersole.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 11/5-11/11/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 11/5-11/11/18

Once again, it is Raina Regan's turn to tour us about. We recommend enjoying her recap with a nightcap.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 10/29-11/4/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 10/29-11/4/18

With a preservationist’s eye, SCA president Michael Hirsch offers up his spin on the news of the roadside.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 10/22-10/28/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 10/22-10/28/18

The real story behind Ms. Claybelt and five other roadside revelations curated by SCA board member Emily Taggart Schricker.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 10/15-10/21/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 10/15-10/21/18

News of the week ... a few days late. Another curious collection curated by our Captain of Quirk, Jeremy Ebersole.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 10/8-10/14/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 10/8-10/14/18

Raina Regan takes a break from her busy conference schedule to share a set of five roadside stories – from the lurid to the sublime.
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SCA Weekly News Review: 10/1-10/7/18

SCA Weekly News Review: 10/1-10/7/18

Filling in for Michael Hirsch, who is suffering from a slight case Google Alertitis, Ronald Ladouceur offers up five news stories for fans of all things road-related.
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