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Buried NYC Gold

Buried NYC Gold

212Access November 1, 2012 Comments Off on Buried NYC Gold

By: Mark Macias Eighty feet below the streets of Manhattan and 50 feet beneath sea level lies the world’s largest gold depository. Buried in New York City, on the island of Lower Manhattan, the

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Remembering 9/11

212Access September 11, 2012 2

By Mark Macias What was it like Working in a NYC Newsroom on 9/11? I was in the middle of writing an email when the executive producer of investigations walked past my office. “Did

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Home Sweet Home – after NYC

Sarah George September 6, 2012 Comments Off on Home Sweet Home – after NYC

After three months of living the American Dream in New York City, I am back to reality in Paris, France. It feels good to be home surrounded by friends and family, but the power

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EDM Parties in NYC

Jane Pritchard August 28, 2012 Comments Off on EDM Parties in NYC

NYC and the EDM Revolution: A Conversation with Edward Fancher, founder of EDMLounge.com   There is a revolution happening. Electronic Dance Music, or EDM to its fans, is changing the world of music by

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Dating in Prague vs. New York City

Farah Sandra Salman August 23, 2012 2

Dating in Prague vs. New York City by Farah Sandra Salman It’s safe to say dating remains the same regardless of where you live. A gold digger in London is no different from one in

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Unspeakable Truth about NYC Fashion

Sarah George August 23, 2012 39

NY Fashion Views..from Paris History was made and a cultural icon was born on TV when the series, Sex & the City made its debut in 1998. For the first time, television made it

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Is she the one?

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on Is she the one?

  Doorman or Relationship Expert: Dan the Doorman Reveals what he Learns on the Job Does your doorman know more about dating than you do? Dan the Doorman seems to know more about relationships

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The Dark Side of New York City

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on The Dark Side of New York City

Comedian Michelle Buteau gives her uncanny and funny observations on the every day nuances of New York City. In this video, Michelle tells 212Access why NYC can feel so lonely. It’s easy to meet

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Best People Watching

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on Best People Watching

With more than 8-million people living in New York City, Manhattan is the undisputed capital of people watching. But where are the best spots to gawk, ogle and openly stare? Here’s a list of

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Why New York Needs to Slow Down

212Access August 22, 2012 1

Before I came to New York City, I thought that I was going to spend all summer running around, experiencing everything this city has to offer. I imagined staying up late and getting up

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