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Thursday, April 7, 2016
Journeys Into An Emotional Map

An Emotional Map

  Once upon a time, before the G.P.S., folks used maps to guide their travels. Among the “full service” provided by service stations was the availability of road maps. Those maps laid out state and primary roads (before the interstates). But they shed little light on what was at a locale or along the way. Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 7, 201611:56 pm
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Journeys Into How to Find A Local Story

How to Find A Local Story

  “….A foreign correspondent is just reporting on the neighbourhood stories where their shoes are. That is where all the best stories always are: where you are standing….” ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin March 19, 201610:13 pm
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Journeys Into “How to Explore a Small Town”

“How to Explore a Small Town”

Helpful tips so you won’t feel you’ved missed anything, courtesy of Texas Escapes Magazine  (http://www.texasescapes.com) “These suggestions are for the layperson, historical tourist, curious traveler, or anyone who enjoys the quiet and understated thrills of small town exploration”. ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin February 20, 20164:03 pm
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Journeys Into Getting to Your Smart Narrative & Beyond: Fallows on Places That Work – “People Know The Civic Story”

Getting to Your Smart Narrative & Beyond: Fallows on Places That Work – “People Know The Civic Story”

There’s a wonderful essay by James Fallows in the current issue of The Atlantic. Entitled “Eleven Signs a City Will Succeed”, it is a summation of James and Deb Fallows’s 54,000-mile journey around America in a single-engine plane. The article appears in the March print edition alongside the cover story, “Can America Put Itself Back Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 13, 201610:15 pm
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Journeys Into Stumbling Upon Community Unexpectedly

Stumbling Upon Community Unexpectedly

It is always rewarding to travel – especially because you never know what lessons will be learned and what will serve as a teacher. I recently traveled to Washington, D.C.. Actually, I got no closer than suburban Maryland. It was a quick overnight visit and I wanted to stay somewhere convenient to my event. Turned Read Article

Posted by: Admin February 2, 20168:13 pm
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Journeys Into Beyond the Campaign Trail: How  an “Ohio widower painted the town to make it a brighter place”

Beyond the Campaign Trail: How an “Ohio widower painted the town to make it a brighter place”

Jim Cotter wanted to do something for his home town. Jim and his sister started by washing windows of vacant buildings on a street in Glouster, Ohio. What happened next inspired a renaissance of heart, mind, and soul.   Also see this “On the Road” report from Steve Hartman of CBS News.( ) ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin January 21, 201612:16 am
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Journeys Into Beyond the Campaign Trail: More from Iowa

Beyond the Campaign Trail: More from Iowa

We were getting tired of seeing the same stuff (stories) in the same places (where the candidates, their staffs and supporters or would be supporters would be) about the same thing (the Iowa Presidential primary). We most enjoyed the backdrop, the natural sets for these outdoor studio media reports. We liked to see and hear Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 17, 20162:34 pm
Saturday, January 16, 2016
Journeys Into Beyond the Campaign Trail: Iowa’s City of Literature

Beyond the Campaign Trail: Iowa’s City of Literature

The candidates, their strategists and the media are criss-crossing Iowa in a frenzy as the days pass until the Iowa caucuses. There is a fascinating state of people, places, activities, attractions, heritage and culture beyond the Presidential race. As compelling as the poltical horse race is this year, there are stories to be told beyond Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 16, 20164:00 pm