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Durham, NC Custom Rubber Stamps
With a population exceeding 240,000, the city of Durham is home to the North Carolina Central and Duke Universities. The region was formerly inhabited by the Occoneechi and Eno tribes but during the early 1700s, the English, Irish and Scots began settling in the area. From then on the region played a vital role during the American Revolution and Civil War. However, it was only a matter of time before Durham began thriving particularly because of its tobacco industry. As Durham’s population increased, the settlement became into a town and was finally incorporated in 1869.
Up until recently the city was in dire need of revitalization. The process was initiated from the downtown area. The area had undergone a cultural renaissance and was accomplished after partnering with several different developers from around the globe. Developments like these have attracted a lot of successful businesses to Durham including Cree, IBM, RTI International, GlaxoSmithKline and Fidelity Investments. What’s interesting is that these businesses are also recognized as some of the top employers in Durham. According to Forbes, Durham has been ranked tenth on the list of best places for careers and business.
However, there is more to Durham than business and commerce. The city is home to several culturally significant events and festivals that attract thousands of tourists from around the US. These events include art exhibitions, jazz festivals, symphony concerts and other cultural expositions like the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and the American Dance Festival.
A View of the Downtown Skyline in Durham, NC, Photo Credit Wikipedia
Durham is one of the few renowned cities that are recognized for its emphasis on the arts. The Nasher Museum of Art and Carolina Theatre is one of the most notable establishments contributing to the cause of the arts. Moreover, it is also home to several restaurants and other recreational facilities. But that’s not all, as it also has its own diverse and active music culture. Popular musicians and bands like His Golden Messenger, the Old Ceremony, Iron and Wine, Curtis Eller and the Mountain Goats started their careers in Durham too.