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NEWS: Solar Lights The Way On Oregon Roads

Gov. Ted Kulongoski and Portland General Electric CEO Peggy Fowler install the first solar panel last month. Picture courtesy of OregonDOT Oregon—Solar...

NEWS: Arkansas Blues Festival Begins Next Week

The late Robert Lockwood Jr. performs at the 2006 festival. Last year’s event was dedicated in his memory. Courtesy of Zac Lehr...

NEWS: Indiana Leaf Cam Shows Off Fall's Changing Colors

Changing leaves in Brown County courtesy of Brown County Convention & Visitors Bureau Indianapolis, Ind.—Although many of the state’s trees are still...

NEWS: Mob Museum Made In Las Vegas

Courtesy of warrenski Las Vegas, Nev.—Their cover is blown. The official name of The (redacted) Museum was let out as more details...

NEWS: Beer Drinkers Descend On Denver

2007 Great American Beer Festival courtesy of Jason E. Kaplan/Great American Beer Festival Denver, Colo.—Beer will be the toast of the town...

NEWS: Historic Charleston Homes Go On Display

Featured Rainbow Row home courtesy of Milton Morris Photography and the Preservation Society of Charleston Charleston, S.C.— Residents will be opening the...

NEWS: With Green Car Rentals, Seeing The World And Saving It

Hybrid by Beige Alert Sacramento, Calif.—As summer vacation season was in full swing in late July, On The Road blogged about reports...

NEWS: Hearst Castle Auction Ends

Hearst Castle by jillclardy San Simeon, Calif.— What can $27,266.66 buy you? A nicer, newer car? A year of tuition? Or just...

NEWS: Palin Gets Corn-Roots Publicity With Maze

‘Sarah America’ corn maze courtesy of Whitehouse Corn Maze Ohio—Sarah Palin has made her mark at the Whitehouse. Not that White House;...

NEWS: With Buffalo Roundup, Vacation On The Range

by jennlynndesign Rapid City, S.D.—Rounding up more than 1,000 buffaloes weighing about 2,000 pounds a piece is no easy task, so since...