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Ask a New Yorker: We are here today at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with… Joep: Joep de Koning from New York, but originally from the Netherlands. I’ve lived in New York City for 44 years. Ask a New Yorker: You’re practically a native. Did you go out to Maxwell Plumb, Studio 54 and Plato’s… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: Hello Amy Snow. I’ve never met anyone with the last name Snow. Amy: Well, it’s sort of a nick name. It’s an interesting story. I moved to New York when I was fifteen and a half. I played soccer quite often in Washington Square Park. I would play with a group… Read more »

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The Mississippi River is normally a beautiful thing. The largest river system in the U.S, it travels from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, working its way past farms and cities. But in watching the aftermath of the floodwaters that are slowly surging towards the Gulf, I am horrified at just how many people care… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: You have super beautiful, groovy hair. A Dominican hair salon would love to get their hands on you. Do you towel dry? Patrice: Definitely towel dry, and no time soon will I be going to a Dominican hair salon. I like to do my own hair. I find a joy in… Read more »