News & Advocacy

SCA Weekly News: Apr 21, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Apr 21, 2019

Past the golden arches, past the neon lights, past the roadside cottages, to an ancient site. In this week’s news review, Jeremy trips us back 2,000 years.
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SCA Weekly News: Apr 14, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Apr 14, 2019

This week, SCA board member Ronald Ladouceur takes us on a tour of news related to outside - and outsider - art.
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SCA Weekly News: Apr 7, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Apr 7, 2019

Weekly news tour courtesy of Raina Regan (with a Michael Hirsch assist). Why a duck?
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SCA Weekly News: Mar 31, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Mar 31, 2019

This week’s news from the roadside curated by SCA president Michael Hirsch. Always an interesting journey!
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SCA Weekly News: Mar 24, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Mar 24, 2019

Take a Sunday drive with Emily Taggert Schricker and Keith Schulle past Natick’s “Man on a Ladder,” the U.S.’s oldest continuously-operating Chinese restaurant, a new roadside museum dedicated to the African-American experience on Route 66, Surry’s digital time machine, and the Haines Shoe House, where we pay tribute to late owner Melanie Schmuck.
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SCA Weekly News: Mar 17, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Mar 17, 2019

Five news items of interest brought to us this week by SCA VP Jeremy Ebersole.
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SCA Weekly News: Mar 10, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Mar 10, 2019

We can always count on Raina Regan to curate a wonderfully quirky collection of roadside news items. And Keith Sculle adds a bonus.
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SCA Weekly News: Mar 3, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Mar 3, 2019

Join Michael Hirsch on a tour down the eclectic highway, which thanks to the internet, crosses borders ... and oceans ... unimpeded.
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Free Download: SCA Journal Fall-Winter 94-95

Free Download: SCA Journal Fall-Winter 94-95

To celebrate the start of the SCA Journal Scanning Project, for a limited time we are offing our first issue – Fall-Winter 1994-95 – as a FREE download.
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SCA Weekly News: Feb 24, 2019

SCA Weekly News: Feb 24, 2019

Five news stories curated by our own Emily Taggart Schricker, including one about a freshman Nevada lawmaker and a group of schoolchildren from Carson City who hope to make a certain noble gas the state’s official element.
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