Friday, January 29, 2016
Journeys Into Beyond the Campaign Trail: Images of Iowa “Away from The Caucus”

Beyond the Campaign Trail: Images of Iowa “Away from The Caucus”

Finally, the votes are about to be cast in Iowa. All eyes are turned to see what will actually happen. But not many will look beyond the candidates and the caucus sites. In a great feature, Masuma Ahuja of CNN.com shared with us the work of Cody Weber and Kat Kanan’s website Forgotten Iowa. Ahuja decsribes the Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 29, 20168:16 pm
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
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Journeys Into 40 Years of Old-Time Music

40 Years of Old-Time Music

If you enjoy the country and folk music that dates back to the days of the pioneers,  Le Mars, Iowa is the place to be this week. The 40th annual “National Old Time Country, Bluegrass, and Folk Music Festival” at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds kicks off Monday morning. The week-long event will include various workshops, Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 30, 20158:59 pm
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Journeys Into “The Iowa” of the Campaign Advisors

“The Iowa” of the Campaign Advisors

We are barely halfway into 2015 but it seems the 2016 Presidential campaign is already in full swing. It’s too early for me, and it seems to be getting earlier all the time. Like those sports seasons that now have no off-season, Presidential politics is now a full-time profession. The campaign experts and image are Read Article

Posted by: Admin June 10, 20151:46 pm