Road Trip of the Week: The Real Route 66

Driving Route 66 has become something of a cliche that never seems to live up to the hype of “America’s Highway” — but that’s because most people don’t drive it through Oklahoma. Almost 400 miles of the classic road run through the state (more than any other), and while the rest of the highway has undergone drastic changes over the years,there’s a two-hour stretch between Tulsa and El Reno that is still the US 66 of modern legend.

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Road Trip of the Week: The Real Route 66

Finally, Get Live TV on the Road!

It’s an age-old quandary: It’s time to hit the road for that family trip, but the playoffs are on. What to do? At long last, now you no longer have to choose between mobility and entertainment. Last month, Chrysler became the first automaker to offer live mobile television inside its vehicles through FLO TV Auto Entertainment, which allows you to browse up to 20 channels — from ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX to ESPN, MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon — using a wireless remote control; the…

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Finally, Get Live TV on the Road!

See “Accidental Mummies” for Less with Dodge

Dodge has a proud history of supporting cultural and educational community activities, sponsoring exhibits like “Splendors of Ancient Egypt,” “Van Gogh: Face to Face,” and “On the Edge: Contemporary Art.” This year, the company brought the very cool exhibit “Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato” to the Detroit Science Center. The 10,000 square-foot exhibition space showcases 36 mummies on loan from the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico, giving a fascinating look into a mysterious natural mummification process that no one fully understands —…

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See “Accidental Mummies” for Less with Dodge