Reviews for tonight’s Lincoln Highway program

Reviews have been coming in for the PBS program A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway.

South Bend Tribune

Central NJ newspapers group

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Toledo Blade, and The Truth Newspaper in Elkhart, IN, all used the Scripps story

So did Salt Lake City’s Deseret News, which missed a great opportunity to interview three leading LH historians in its area, two of them prominently featured in the program

Pittsburgh Tribune Review commented on the show and its music

Detroit Free Press and Lansing State Journal among others used the same text and made it tonight’s Must-See

Our friend Ron Warnick reviews it on his site, Route 66 News

Finally, USAToday compliments the show but it’s obvious the reviewer skipped the preview DVD when he writes, “Sebak sometimes allows his passion for roadside stands to overwhelm the road itself.” Once you’ve seen it, you too will wonder “what roadside stands??” and then guess that the reviewer made an assumption based on past shows.

The above images are from producer Rick Sebak. Learn more about the show here.

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4 thoughts on “Reviews for tonight’s Lincoln Highway program

  1. My wife wants to take a summer and make the Lincoln Highway our family vacation. My son got a text message from a girl who said her whole family watched the show because he’s such a big fan of the LH. And, I got my wish when at 8:54; the Chester Teapot appeared on my TV screen.

    Thanks Brian and Rick! Loved the show!

  2. Our family loved the show, too! My wife is also encouraging me to take a trip on the Lincoln next summer with our two boys.

    Great job!

  3. Congratulations! I really enjoyed the show, too! It seems like the popularity of the road is poised to grow with all this exposure. I think a road like this and Route 66 helps grounds us as a nation to times when things were simpler.

    Appreciate your knowledge on the show, Brian, and Rick was able to tie all the knowledge of others together in this hour show.

    It’s been fun running into your informative site out here on the byways of the superhighway out here in the ether.

    Suzy

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