Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Fountains

featuring Ken Navarro's "Language of Peace"
Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri is known for barbecue, jazz, blues, and its fountains. Sometimes called “The City of Fountains,” Kansas City has hundreds of fountains. In fact, only Rome has more. Most of Kansas City’s fountains have unique sculptures in or … Continue reading


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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

featuring Nils' "Just Smile"
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

At night, Dubai might be a spectacle of exciting nightlife, but early in the day, the desert city moves a calmer, more relaxing pace. As the sun rises over the Persian Gulf, there’s a clear contrast between the modern skyscrapers … Continue reading


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Indianapolis at Night

featuring Larry Carlton's "Roll With It"
Indianapolis, Indiana at Night

After the sun sets, downtown Indianapolis has an exciting nightlife before a backdrop of beautifully-lit buildings and monuments. This eScapes video begins at the city’s Artsgarden, a free venue for art exhibits and performances. Other sights in this video include … Continue reading


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Shanghai, China (Riverfront at Day)

featuring Bob James' "The Magic Paintbrush"
Shanghai, China (Huangpu Riverfront)

Old and new come together along Shanghai’s Huangpu Riverfront. The Bund, a historic district with a limit on building heights, sits opposite the Pudong district, full of towering skyscrapers and commercial development. These skyscrapers are symbolic of Shanghai’s modern economic … Continue reading


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Las Vegas Strip

featuring Walter Beasley's "Expressway"
Las Vegas Strip

Known today as one of the world’s major resort and gambling cities, Las Vegas has long specialized in offering adult entertainment. For much of Vegas’s early history as a railroad boomtown, gambling (and alcohol, under Prohibition) was illegal in the … Continue reading


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Louisville, Kentucky

featuring The Rippingtons' "Girl with the Indigo Eyes"
Louisville, Kentucky

Downtown Louisville is filled with beautiful architecture and even when it’s not beautiful, it’s distinctive: like the giant baseball bat attached to the Louisville Slugger Museum. This eScapes scene takes you on a relaxing tour of downtown Louisville’s civic buildings, … Continue reading


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Denver, Colorado

featuring Chris Botti's "Regroovable"
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver

Denver, Colorado originated as a mining settlement in the mid-1800s. Since its location was determined by gold prospects, it is one of the few cities in history to be founded away from existing transportation routes or bodies of water. Today, … Continue reading


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Milwaukee, Wisconsin

featuring Walter Beasley's "I Feel You"
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Milwaukee has been a Great Lakes port since 1835, and its port has been important through the city’s long history as an industrial powerhouse. Over the past decade, Milwaukee has created a more postindustrial economy, but the Port of Milwaukee … Continue reading


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San Diego, California

featuring Eric Marienthal's "Sunstone"
San Diego, California

San Diego, California has a close relationship to the Pacific Ocean it sits on. A popular destination for boating, surfing, and fishing, San Diego also houses the U.S. Navy’s largest base on the West Coast. This eScapes scene begins with … Continue reading


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Tulsa, Oklahoma

featuring Gota's "In the City Life"
Kendall Bell, Tulsa

Tusla– Oklahoma’s second-largest city– has long been a hub on the oil industry, but is now transitioning to a service-based economy with an emphasis on culture. This eScapes tour of Tulsa begins with a relaxing view of the clouds drifting … Continue reading


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