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Ask a New Yorker: Where are we? What’s happening? I’m, like, in another world. Goran: We are on Roosevelt Island, a small island between Queens and Manhattan. It is one of the most beautiful spots on New York City. I moved here in March 2010. I would like to stay here for a long time…. Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m with Alan Rabinowitz. Did you know that there was another Alan Rabinowitz that’s a famous zoologist? Alan: Yes I did. It’s not me. I’m the famous Internet marketer at SEO Image: http://www.seoimage.com/ Ask a New Yorker: Where do you live? Alan: New York City. Ask a New Yorker: Famous internet… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m with Howard Tullman at the Greenwich Hotel. I first heard about Howard after reading an interview in Inc. Magazine – “The Most Accomplished Best Connected Entrepreneur You’ve Never Heard Of” Ask a New Yorker: This is a beautiful hotel. I was sitting in the back room which is exquisite, heavenly…. Read more »

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Thomas Pryor’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, A Prairie Home Companion, New York Press, Underground Voices Magazine, Opium Magazine Online, Our Town, The West Side Spirit and Ducts. Thomas curates a monthly storytelling show at Cornelia Street Café on the second Tuesday of the month. His story, “Madame Butterfly… Read more »

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AANY: Who are you? What do you do? Where do you come from? Why are you in New York? I dig your look. Clarence: Well, first and foremost, I’m a student at St. Johns University. I’m a Junior. I’m a freelance photographer, freelance videographer and a new designer. I just started to show the pieces… Read more »

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This interview took place inside Trinity Church, in the museum in the back. AANY: You have a wealth of knowledge. Beth: Actually I’ve worn a cork on a string around my neck, so just ‘stick a cork in it’ if I get too wordy because there is so much to say, and you know, I… Read more »

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Rick Ulfik, Founder and Board Chair of “We, The World”. Founder and a Principal Organizer of the WE Campaign at WE.net. UN Representative of Communications Coordination Committee for the UN, and Co-producer of Visual Voices TV Series, which was featured on the Dish Network and available in 15 million homes. Rick organizes and promotes scores… Read more »

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Richard Brookhiser wrote his first cover story for the National Review in 1969, exposing what he called the “phony” quality of a Vietnam War protest at Irondequoit High School in Rochester, NY. The sentiment was not uncommon for the conservative magazine, but the author was—Brookhiser was 14 years old. After earning his bachelor’s at Yale… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: Pearl Duncan – historian, author, poet, adventurer, public speaker, genealogist, yacht racing writer… Pearl: Yacht racing writer. Ask a New Yorker: But can you dance? Pearl: I can dance. I use to do go -go dancing, when I was in school. I know I shouldn’t be telling these stories, but I… Read more »