Road trip news, rants, and ruminations by the Editors of RoadsideAmerica.com
Photojournalist Phil Pasquini, a longtime tip contributor to RoadsideAmerica.com, is the author of “Domes, Arches and Minarets: A History of Islamic-Inspired Buildings in America.” Phil spent four years crisscrossing the US to research and photograph hundreds of eclectic structures of an underappreciated architectural style. America’s oldest example is the Alamo, built in the 1700s in a Moorish style by Spaniards.
Fans of phony biblical giants and sideshow hooey will be pleased to know that an exhaustively researched book about the Cardiff Giant has now been published.
Artist Doug “Phantom of the Midway” Higley has published a fascinating new book of photographs, Museum: Mysteria.
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