elvis the pelvis

elvis the pelvis

Elvis A(a)ron Presley, son of Gladys and Vernon Presley, wasborn on January 8 1935 in East Tupelo, Mississippi. Elvis’ middel dame, Aron according to this birth certificate, is one of the corner stones of the ‘Elvis lives’ theory. On his tombstone we read Elvis Aaron Presley. A typo made by Vernon or the civil servant […] more…
america magazine #3 2017

america magazine #3 2017

The fall edition of America Magazine hit the stores including  one article by journeylism.nl featuring The King a.k.a. Elvis the Pelvis before he left the building. The article is available in the publication section of journeylism.nl, through this link and on the journeylism homepage. more…
the neon boneyard

the neon boneyard

La Concha was one of the main attractions of the old Vegas. Of the Sin City era when one-arm-bandits spewed out silver quarters, the mob played Russian roulette with the law and of which Sinatra’s Rat Pack sang the soundtrack. That ‘good old time’ is no more. She has been blown up with dynamite and […] more…
moonwalker

moonwalker

One legendary evening in March 1983. Motown has been around for 25 years and that calls for a party. After having performed with the Jackson Five, Michael takes to the stage and start singing Billy Jean. About halfway into the song, the audience gasps. Jackson seems to float an inch above the stage, sliding backwards […] more…
la mission

la mission

The Mission District in San Francisco is one of the most colourful neighbourhoods of this shining city on the hills. Its walls are the painted stories of the (for now) mostly Latin American population. Are the pictures on these walls fading now gentrification takes over? Only time will tell if La Mission’s history will soon […] more…
fallingwater

fallingwater

The icon of American architecture is hiding in the woods of Pennsylvania. Fallingwater is Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece. A work of art that he envisioned to be an integrated part of its surrounding nature and built over the Bear Run waterfall……click here for full article published in America Magazine issue #2 – summer 2017 more…
america magazine #2 2017

america magazine #2 2017

The summer edition of America Magazine – an Elvis special – hit the stores including  four articles by journeylism.nl which are now available online in the publication section of journeylism.nl in September. The topics of the four articles are American Songbook – Michael Jackson, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, The Mission District in San Francisco and Las Vegas’ […] more…
museum without walls

museum without walls

It is here where George Washington stepped down as commander in chief of the brand new US army. Here where the midshipman of the United States Naval Academy roam the grounds of their vast Navy school. Here where the students of the old St. Johns College learn to debate the ancient Greek during the week […] more…
man of the moon

man of the moon

‘I ride over my beautiful ranch. The air is wine. The grapes on a score of rolling hills are red with autumn flame. Across Sonoma Mountain wisps of sea fog are stealing. The afternoon sun smolders in the drowsy sky. I have everything to make me glad I am alive. I am filled with dreams […] more…
the empire builder

the empire builder

In May 1804 Thomas Jefferson sent Lewis and Clark on a historic journey. Their goal was to reach the Northwestern coast of America and claim it for the young nation before England or another European power would do so. Eighteen months and almost 4000 miles past before the expedition reached the Columbia River delta. Over […] more…
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