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Andy Andersen
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Just a few years ago, I didn’t really have much appreciation for street art. Partly because I hadn’t seen great works before, but also because it was so taboo. Now, although I don’t particularly like every piece that I see, I have an appreciation for the background and role that street art can play in a society. I’m curious: am I alone in this? Or do you have similar thoughts? What are some of the more influential/controversial/memorable street art scenes that you have seen? Were they creative? Did they have political biases or were they thought-provoking?

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Do you have language ADD? I do sometimes. Here are 5 tips for overcoming it. 

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Beautiful song cover, multiple instruments used.

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Outside of the glamour and fame comes some of New York City's most ethnically diverse and authentic neighborhoods. Today I chose to share one of my favorites, called Little India. 

http://www.backpackingdiplomacy.com/little-india-new-york-city/

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My interview with "The Guy"

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My story of spending a day as a Muslim in Ramadan

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Well I don't think that you always necessarily have to move on. If someone is genuinely in love with a place then there is no reason why they shouldn't stay. That being said, in the traveling world people move on. For me, I have been there before, but decide it best to see what I can see while I can. It's tough, but got to.

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Check out this interview with Charles Richard. He is currently filming a Louisiana story on a Cajun man who builds wooden boats by hand.

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How to boil crawfish Louisiana Style

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