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Ask a New Yorker: What’s your name, and what are you up to today? Camilla: I’m just killing time. I have about two hours before a dentist appointment. This is one of my favorite cafes, 71 Irving, Gramercy Park. Ask a New Yorker: It sounds as though you’re not a native New Yorker. Where are… Read more »

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Kim is the proud owner of Left Bank Books in the West Village at 304 W. 4th St. Ask a New Yorker: What was the first book you remember reading? Kim: The first book I ever read? I think it was a book by the woman who wrote Pat the Bunny and it was about… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: Hi Sarah, good to meet you. What do you do? Sarah: I work for Theory, a clothing company for men and women, and I work in the retail division. Ask a New Yorker: Are you wearing Theory now? Sarah: I am. Ask a New Yorker: How would you describe Theory’s fashions?… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: What is Davidjr.com? David Jr: Well it’s basically me and my camera and I just run around this great amazing city. Whether it’s an art event, a fashion event, a red carpet celebrity event, or I’m just going to the movie with my friends or maybe I’m making a comedy skit…. Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: What’s new in your life, Kate? Kate: Well, I just moved to New York for real estate. I was in Boston for five years doing real estate residential sales, and I’ve been in Manhattan for about six weeks. I got a one way ticket to the Radisson Hotel in midtown, stayed… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: What makes you the happiest? Rosemarie: Gardening and being in the outside and taking care of plants. I love to see them grow. Ask a New Yorker: Where do you live? Rosemarie: In Sunnyside, beautiful Sunnyside. I’ve lived here about 50 years. Ask a New Yorker: Do you have any pets?… Read more »

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AskaNewYorker: Hi Gary. What to you do? Gary: I’m revolutionizing the wine world. At this point I’ve built up our family business. We do great on-line and in the store. Everything is great. I love people. That’s what I’m about…and www.winelibrary.tv has given me that opportunity to reach out to people and to get people… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m standing in front of Olive’s in Soho, a coffee shop. Mom is sitting to the left. Sister is sitting to the right. And who’s this in the center? Sandra: My name is Sandra. Hello. The way you’re looking at me makes it seem like I’m dressed up like the court… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: The one and only Tucker Robins. What do you do for a living? Tucker: I design and build furniture with remote tribal groups around the world. Ask a New Yorker: Remote tribal groups and furniture. Pray tell? Tucker: My furniture is from sustainable harvested materials and recycled elements from agrarian societies… Read more »