Queens: The City of People07/25/2013 Back To Blog
When the dawn brings along a new day, the streets of Queens fill with people, the stores open their doors and businesses get their engines on, one can understand that some parts of the world understood the meaning of globalization confined in one borough long long ago. When the city is awake and we are heading to our work at Garage Door Repair Queens, we get the chance to say good morning to the whole world literally.
What is there not to love about Queens? It has gathered people from all over the universe and their cultures do not only give character to the intense cultural life, but also gives color to each neighborhood and creates new dynamics of a more prosperous future. People, who don't experience the everyday pulse of Queens, haven't tasted Greek cuisine in Astoria or witnessed graffiti exhibits in the streets, cannot feel but its polished surface of the huge corporations and the world famous JFK Airport.
The minute we leave behind the offices of Garage Door Repair Queens heading home, we desire to stop at Noguchi Museum or New York Hall of Science and we definitely anticipate the moment to get to the Flushing Meadows Park the sooner possible. We know Queens from a different perspective and we love the little details, which make it such a special place in the world and in our hearts. If you haven't paid a visit at 5 Pointz, you can't digest the dazzling beauty of Queens, but only get a glimpse of its glory.
This is the place, where African-American culture was fostered and supported. When we walk the streets of Queens or visit the African Poetry Theater, we honor the steps of Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald to these same pavements. When the dusk falls and the lights are softened, if you stand still you can still hear slight tones of jazz by Lady Ella mixing with What a Wonderful World! Hush and hear!