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Where To Go This Weekend: Santa Fe’s Railyard

Santa Fe’s one-time rail hub has come a long way in a decade. Local gallery owner James Kelly explains, “back in 1997, our neighbors are a lumberyard, a printing press, and scruffy warehouses. Now there’s a waiting list for gallery space.” 

Where To Go This Weekend: The East Bay, CA

At this point, San Francisco’s East Bay is on most every traveler’s radar—but Oakland tends to dominate the spotlight. This month, we turned our attention instead to Fremont, a little-known enclave 35 miles southeast of San Francisco, full of antique stores, a silver-screen legacy, and the most kid-friendly rail ride in the Bay. Writer Kristina Malsberger filled us in on the small-town pleasures of the community’s Niles District, […]

Utah’s Airstream hotel

Airstreams and Hollywood: Two things that perfectly capture the Western spirit. Adventure on the road in wildly beautiful landscapes, and the imagination and glamour of the big screen. Southern Utah’s Shooting Star Drive-In is a brilliant mash-up of both. The eight Airstreams have added cool-factor decked out like on-set movie star trailers (I’d pick Sugar’s Shack ($159/night) in honor of Marilyn Monroe’s […]