Category Archives: Art

Gone Are The Days

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Since the early 1900s, and throughout the twentieth century, the genre of the Western film was pivotal in the development and expansion of the iconic

Gone Are The Days

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Since the early 1900s, and throughout the twentieth century, the genre of the Western film was pivotal in the development and expansion of the iconic

Lance Henriksen

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) On a warm, sunny morning in Agua Dulce, CA, sitting on a café patio sipping coffee and looking thoughtfully out to the street, Lance

Lance Henriksen

(This article appears in Issue #4 of Americana Magazine, Gone Are The Days, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) On a warm, sunny morning in Agua Dulce, CA, sitting on a café patio sipping coffee and looking thoughtfully out to the street, Lance

The Mobile Farrier

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) far·ri·er — fere r/ noun: farrier; plural noun: farriers; a craftsman who trims and shoes horses’ hooves. One day at a friend’s ranch,

The Mobile Farrier

(This article appears in Issue #2 of Americana Magazine, The Great Wide Open, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) far·ri·er — fere r/ noun: farrier; plural noun: farriers; a craftsman who trims and shoes horses’ hooves. One day at a friend’s ranch,

The Wigwam Motel

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Multiculturalism is definitely very present today on Route 66. Kumar Patel and his family have owned the immediately recognizable Wigwam Motel in Rialto/San Bernardino, CA, since 2003.

The Wigwam Motel

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Multiculturalism is definitely very present today on Route 66. Kumar Patel and his family have owned the immediately recognizable Wigwam Motel in Rialto/San Bernardino, CA, since 2003.

Wheel Life – Surfboards and Hotrods

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Mason and Deanna Dyer are a perfect example of a modern take on the Route 66 ethos —adventurous road-trippers with a thirst for history and

Wheel Life – Surfboards and Hotrods

(This article appears in Issue #1 of Americana Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015, written and photographed by Margaret Malandruccolo) Mason and Deanna Dyer are a perfect example of a modern take on the Route 66 ethos —adventurous road-trippers with a thirst for history and

Up Photo Recreation

When my son was two years old, he was obsessed with balloons, so it only seemed fitting to show him the movie Up — he was instantly hooked. He would stare in wonder as the balloons first lifted the house,

Up Photo Recreation

When my son was two years old, he was obsessed with balloons, so it only seemed fitting to show him the movie Up — he was instantly hooked. He would stare in wonder as the balloons first lifted the house,