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Ask a New Yorker: I Love the polka dotted dress, very summery. Elizabeth: I got it at H&M. Ask a New Yorker: Did you feel the earthquake yesterday? Elizabeth: There was an earthquake yesterday? What time? Ask a New Yorker: It was at about 2pm yesterday, June 23. How do you stay cool on hot,… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m sitting with Merrie L. Davis. That’s M.E.R.R.I. E, unusual spelling. Is that a family name? Merrie: No, it’s not, but then my mother was very happy when I was born. Ask a New Yorker: And the L? Merrie: It’s for Lovable (laughter)! Merrie Lovable Davis, that’s what people tell me…. Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: What’s up Emily? Emily: Nothing, I’m just laying out her at Madison Square Park on a nice day off from work. That’s it. Ask a New Yorker: Where do you work? Emily: I work for Lem Lem. It’s a fashion design company by Liya, who’s a fashion model, actor and entrepreneur…. Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m sitting with Merrie L. Davis. That’s M.E.R.R.I. E, unusual spelling. Is that a family name? Merrie: No, it’s not, but then my mother was very happy when I was born, so she says! Ask a New Yorker: And the L? Merrie: It’s for Lovable (laughter)! Oh come on; you don’t… Read more »

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What are the chances of randomly approaching and interviewing the same Swedish girl twice, six years apart? Sadly, neither of us remembered one another. It was not I until I got home that I recalled a previous young, fashionable, blonde Swedish girl in Union Square. I looked in our Uberchic archives and sure enough, there… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m here in Queens with Helga and friends. It’s spring. It’s cold. It’s Helga. Helga: It’s the contradiction. It’s Spring. It’s cold. It’s Helga. So this morning I decided to put on my most colorful but most winter scarf because I’m afraid to be sick. But the thing that it also… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: How is 2010 treating you so far? Heike: It is treating me wonderfully! I started the year with a vacation and now I’m settled back in to school. I’ve found work and I’m looking forward to getting into a new career. Ask a New Yorker: Where did you vacation? Heike: In… Read more »