Aside from being the most populous city in the United States, NYC is one of the bastions of American culture. It’s known all over the world for its many cultural treasures related to history, art, nature, and cuisine, among others. Author and journalist Tom Wolfe once said about New York: “Culture seems to be in the air, like part of the weather.” Visitors will know exactly what he means when they tour NYC’s 5 boroughs.
Ever wonder what it would be like if we did not have moving images? Or videos to watch? Or the ability to capture special events and share them with other people?
Sounds like a dull life to me.
1970, was the year this concept first took hold. Events like weddings and parties were famously recorded and as the demand for this grew, so did the audience’s preferences for expanding towards other markets.
I’ve traveled the world, living our of a rucksack on my back, flitting from one hostel to the next, sometimes staying with CouchSurfer hosts, and other times, I simply setup a tent and fair through the local weather. For me, travel is about experiencing new and exciting things that I could never have experienced if I stayed home. Well, now my travel years are weening and I’ve settled down in rural Ohio while I start a family. The reason I chose to be 20-minutes outside of the nearest town is because I can still experience some of the best things life has to offer, but I also must be prepared to survive on my own.
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