It has cast a long shadow over Front Street, now Andy Devine Avenue (Route 66) for more than 110-years. It was the first three story building in Kingman, Arizona. Even though it wasn't quite as classy as its neighbor the Hotel Beale the Brunswick Hotel was the pride...

Surprises & Hidden Wonders

The historic business district in Kingman, Arizona, and the Route 66 corridor through town, is experiencing a rather dramatic renaissance. At every turn there are signs of renewal; refurbished and new neon signage created by Legacy Signs shines bright at Rickety...

Out With The Old, In With The New

The historic business district in Kingman, Arizona has changed rather dramatically since a row of territorial era homes was cleared from the Fourth and Beale Street corner in the early 1950's, and a modern J.C. Penny was built. Kingman in those years was a modern,...

Ghost of Christmas Future?

Last month I shared a glimpse of the future that is built on what was started in 2014. In that post I noted that Kingman, and what was then a nondescript building at the heart of the historic business district, a former J.C. Penny's (now Beale Celebrations) seemed an...

Just Imagine

Let's take a moment to imagine, to give flight to fancy. Let's take a moment to dream, and perhaps, to find ways to make the dream a reality. First, a bit of history. In 2014 the City of Kingman hosted the International Route 66 Festival. The building that would...

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