s.p.r.i.n.g.

s.p.r.i.n.g.

The first issue of AmericA Magazine hit shelves and kissed doormats this week. It’s March Madness with 5 articles by journeylism.nl on the murder of John Lennon by Mark Chapma, The Bubble Top King of Oklahoma, the ‘Only in America’ shopping experience at the Bass Pro Pyramid in Memphis, the road to the crazy World […] more…
the enchanted grotto

the enchanted grotto

Under the rich soil of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, magic has created its own enchanted forest made of lime and stone. The Luray Caverns for centuries have been a place of natural beauty that shocks and awes all who descent underground to step into a world painted by the nature…click here for the full article published in […] more…
the christmas song

the christmas song

It can’t be a coincidence. All I want for Christmas, Jingle Bells and I’m dreaming of a White Christmas were all composed in the middle of summer. The Christmas Song wasn’t born under a cold starry, starry night either. ‘Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Jack frost nipping at your nose. Yuletide carols being sung […] more…
the king of concrete

the king of concrete

It’s 1913 when Henry C. Mercer, eight construction workers and Lucy the horse step into an open field in Pennsylvania. The nine man and the nag are very upbeat. Three years later they have poured a dream into a concrete castle…click here for the full article published in AmericA Magazine’s winter 2019 edition more…
winterrrrrrrrrrrr

winterrrrrrrrrrrr

Like snow, the new AmericA Magazine will fall in the week of December 4, not from the sky or on the ground but from the hand of the postman on a doormat of by simply taking it of the shelve of a quality bookstore. The winter edition features three articles by journeylism.nl, one being Nat […] more…
steve’s job

steve’s job

From paper boy to millonaire. From start-up to trillion dollar company. From single family home garage to UFO. The story of the two Steves is mesmerizing, fascinating, intriguing especially when you stand in front of the new Apple space ship in Cupertino which appears to be a time warp from the simple house which was […] more…
into the woods

into the woods

Around the time the Romans built the Pantheon, a seed fell on the rich soil of Northern California. From it grew a sprout, a tiny trunk, a twig, a branch, a mighty giant. About 2000 years after gravity called, the Hyperion is defying the earth voice and reaching for the sky, trying to touch heaven […] more…
the queen of pop

the queen of pop

When TV was still the window to the world, the world witnessed some iconic musical performances. The Moonwalk, Elvis and the Beatles at Ed Sullivan’s show and of course Madonna in a wedding dress rolling around on MTV’s global stage. The original King and the King of Pop abducted their thrones, but the Queen still […] more…
autummmmmmmmn

autummmmmmmmn

Autumn starts on September 13 this year when the new edition of AmericA Magazine falls on doormats and bookstore shelves like a leaf from a tree. Journeylism contributed three articles including the quarterly American Songbook column, Apple’s evolution from a garage into a UFO and a Northern California road trip framed in (Red-)wood… more…
home of bourbon, land of horses

home of bourbon, land of horses

Kentucky was built on horses. So the first night in the Bluegrass State, zzzzzzz’s are produced on the soft pillows of the former Coppin’s Department Store. Copppin’s was founded with money made by a race horse called Knowledge. These days it has been transformed into boutique Hotel Covington. But before sleep hits the fan, a […] more…
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