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Tag: 1950s

Food & Dining

Where to Eat Brunch in the Northeast

May 03, 2024. AAA Staff

21 nearby brunch spots for all the midday pancakes, eggs Benny and bottomless mimosas your heart desires.

Road Trips

Premier Music Festivals Are Just a Drive Away

May 01, 2024. Sarah Hopkins

Some of the country’s best live music events happen here in the Northeast. 

Road Trips

7 Minor League Baseball Cities Worth Visiting

March 22, 2024. Andrew Sheldon

Minor league baseball can be a less expensive, more entertaining alternative to major league games. Plus, teams are located in distinctly unique cities, ideal for exploring.

Air Travel

Travel the U.S. Civil Rights Trail

January 10, 2024. Andrew Sheldon

The civil rights movement was one of the most transformative times in American history. It would be impossible to summarize its significance in a single museum, or honor its participants’ efforts with a sole monument. Fortunately, there is the U.S. Civil Rights Trail to do just that.

Holiday Highlights

Your AAA 2023 Holiday Movie Showdown

December 18, 2023. AAA Staff

Find out the winner of our festive face-off!

Day Trips & Holiday Highlights

Cut Your Own Tree at Northeast Christmas Tree Farms

November 27, 2023. Marisa Perjatel

Choose and chop the perfect tree this year at a farm near you.

Theme Park Vacations

Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights Terrify and Delight

October 19, 2023. Julie Tremaine

Join the scream-fest at one of the scariest and most fun-filled Halloween events in the country.

Auto History

Why Are Popular Car Colors So Boring? A Brief History of Car Paint

June 29, 2023. Andrew Sheldon

The most common car colors have gone from all the luminous colors of the rainbow to a mix of black, white and gray. Here’s why.

Cars & Trucks

100 Greatest Songs About Cars and Driving

June 09, 2023. Dallas Ernst

The first car radio was introduced in 1930 by Motorola and ever since, music and driving have been inextricably linked.

Auto History

STOP for Stop Sign History

April 20, 2023. Andrew Sheldon

It may may seem simple enough, but stop sign history shows a lot of work went into its red octagonal design.