Join Erika Nelson on June 15, 2022 @ 8:00PM Eastern as she takes us on a journey of the World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things. See related story from NPR.
ZOOM RECORDING: Larry Cultrera: From Lunch Carts to Mega-Restaurants: The Evolution of the American Diner
An SCA Zoom Event: Join archivist, photographer and writer Larry Cultrera on June 1, 2022 @ 7:00PM Eastern as he tells the illustrated story of the evolution of the American diner.
Historian Frank Brusca has researched Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and has assembled very detailed accountings of when and where the Beat writer journeyed. Join Frank as he provides a snippet of the project’s output, showing visually and graphically the places and people from the original book.
Join Jamee Fiore, architectural historian with the Kansas Historical Society, as she discusses the history of Roadside Architecture (with a focus on Kansas), Route 66, and the impact these famous places have left. Think drive-in diners, gas stations, motels, attractions, and more!
SCA members are invited to join Brian Butko, author of Klondike Bars, Roadside Giants, and Other SCA Fun, for a look back at stories and photos from his long association with the SCA.
Join authors of Neon: A Light History, Dydia DeLyser and Paul Greenstein, for How Neon Signs Create Community.
NO LOGIN REQUIRED. Join SCA board member Bill Swislow for Weirdness by the Road: Ordinary Places, Oddball Names. Weirdness for sure, with the photos to prove it!