ghosts in the desert

ghosts in the desert

“There never was another place where, in proportion to the population, so many murders were committed without the criminals being brought to trial or even apprehended.” This is what a certain John Riggs wrote some 130 years ago about the time and place in which the Techatticup mine seems to be frozen in nowadays. Underneath […] more…
sweet caroline

sweet caroline

Life in Boston wasn’t too sweet right after the bombing at the Marathon. But then Neil Diamond came into town. Five days and 7 innings after the attack, tens of thousands shouted ‘So Good, So Good, So Good!’ at the top of their lungs and with tears in their eyes. The unofficial anthem of the […] more…
america magazine #1 2018

america magazine #1 2018

Spring is here and so is a brand new AmericA Magazine. The first edition of 2018 just hit the stores, featuring two journeylism.nl articles on the Eldorado Mine ghost town near Las Vegas and an American Songbook column on the Boston Red Sox anthem Sweet Caroline by Mister Neil Diamond. more…
philadelphi-yeah!

philadelphi-yeah!

History, art, culture, nature, food, hiking, biking, rafting, city tripping and so, so much more is part of the DNA of Philly and its countryside. From the snow dusted Pocono Mountains to the foodporn of ‘Mushroom Capital of the World’ to the rolling hills that gave birth to the United States army to the streets […] more…
walter de maria

walter de maria

West Broadway 393 is a thirteen in a dozen building, squeezed in between a New York City gallery and bar. But looks can be deceiving. You’ll find out after you ring the bell and the door opens. Inside #393 you do not only find tranquility and a break away from the pace of SoHo. You’ll […] more…
50 shades of black

50 shades of black

History built a home on Washington’s National Mall where monuments and museums are windows into the United States’ past. It took until september of 2016 to complete this ‘house’. Then an architectural gem openend its doors to tell a dark tale but also show what a centuries long struggle has given a nation that took […] more…
all i want for christmas

all i want for christmas

When Thanksgiving is over and jack-o-lantarns have transformed into pumpkin soup, thirteen keys descent from heaven to earth. The Holiday Season has kicked into gear, and though she sings ‘I don’t want a lot for Christmas’, dollar bills fall like snowflakes on Mariah Carey’s bank account. ‘All I want for Christmas’ has become a holiday […] more…
america magazine #4 2017

america magazine #4 2017

The winter 2017 edition of America Magazine just hit the stores. The new glossy on the US features seven articles by journeylism.nl on Philadelphia, the Pocono Mountains, historical Valley Forge, Brandywine River, artist Walter de Maria, the new National Museum of African American History & Culture at the National Mall in Washington DC and Mariah […] more…
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…
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