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Road Is Alive With The Sound Of Music

Lancaster, Calif.—Officials have changed their tune about a “musical road” in this desert town north of Los Angeles. Last month, Honda installed...

NEWS: Diane Keaton's Plea for the Ambassador Hotel

Ambassador Hotel by Chris Yunker Los Angeles, Calif.— Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed piece about the iconic...

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: California Academy of Sciences Opens

Courtesy of California Academy of Sciences San Francisco, Calif.— Calling the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park a museum is...

NEWS: Bidding on Ultimate Indulgence at Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle by rieh San Simeon, Calif.— Have an interest in charitable giving and an appreciation for the ornate? eBay has the...

All Aboard the Railroad Motel

Credit: Railroad Park Resort by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Dunsmuir, Calif. — Train buffs and kids would love this place. I am neither, but...

TRAVELOGUE: Hiking the Bumpass Hell trail

Credit: Hi-Lo by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Lassen Volcanic National Park, Calif. — Snow still obscures part of the Bumpass Hell trail in Lassen...

Let Them Eat Cobbler

Credit: Hi-Lo by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Weed, Calif. — When the going gets tough, stop for cobbler. As the smoke fills the skyline and...

Smoke Can Be Seen for Miles

Credit: Sundial Bridge by Laurie Borman/Rand McNally.com Redding, Calif. — A dry thunderstorm produces hundreds of lightning strikes but no rain. In a drought-stricken...