Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) June 4, 2007
The June issue of OldWestNewWest.Com, the Internet eZine that showcases the New Wild West, is now available (http://www.oldwestnewwest.com) and features articles on the 42nd annual NEBRASKAlandDays festival, the reopening of Grand Canyon's Yavapai Observation Station, and the Western States Wild Horse and Burro Expo, announced Mike Harris, publisher.
"This is going to be an exciting summer for fans of the Old West," said Harris. "There are so many great festivals, rodeos and historic happenings taking place west of the Mississippi River that it should be easy to find something just right for the whole family."
At OldWestNewWest.Com, Western enthusiasts can find stories about how the New West is celebrating Old West traditions through festivals, poetry, music, food and storytelling. The Web site also includes a Western Events page listing upcoming celebrations, and updates on camping and great places to explore Old West history.
Also featured in the June issue is a profile of La Golondrina Café and Historic Landmark on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles and its Mexican food traditions.
"If you enjoy America's Old West, and want to finds ways for the whole family to explore our Western culture, come visit OldWestNewWest.Com," Harris said. "We'll highlight where to go, and what to do when you get there."
OldWestNewWest.Com, the Internet eZine that showcases how the New West celebrates America's Old West, is published by Cheyenne, Wyoming-based La Frontera Publishing, publisher of historic fiction and non-fiction books about the American West. Its Web site can be found at http://www.lafronterapublishing.com and reached at (307) 778-4752. LFP's eZine, OldWestNewWest.Com, can be found at http://www.oldwestnewwest.com