Author Archives: Brianne Garcia

How Does New York Influence Fashion?

My second assignment for Sunglass Hut’s “Full Time Fabulous” competition asked an important but extremely broad question: How does New York inspire fashion? Thee are many directions in which I think I could have taken this project, but I really … Continue reading

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Wearable Collections Helps New Yorkers Recycle

Adam Baruchowitz is the CEO of an innovative New York company called Wearable Collections, which aims to make recycling clothing “as easy as recycling bottles, cans or newspapers.” Baruchowitz started the company with an idea on how to eliminate waste, … Continue reading

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Cell Reception in New York City – AT&T Users Suffer, All Others Hear Clear

My frustration with AT&T’s cell reception spawned a survey and a short audio segment in an attempt to discover if there are others just as frustrated as I am, and which providers offer the best service in the city. Thirty … Continue reading

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Dandy Lion: Behold a Gentleman

Men in impeccably-tailored suit jackets and oxford-clad feet compared pocket squares and spoke of creative inspiration last weekend at Harlem PoP, located on 126th Street and Lenox Ave. The pop-up shop in central Harlem is home to the Dandy Lion … Continue reading

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Trash in Times Square

A ton of tourists means even more tons of trash, which sanitation workers clean multiple times a day.

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AT&T Cell Reception in New York City

A majority of New Yorkers with AT&T complain of dropped calls and terrible customer service, and converts praise Verizon Wireless, who is rumored to be next in line for the covetable iPhone contract. The newest version of the iPhone will … Continue reading

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Cell Reception in the New York City: Can You Hear Me Now?

I know I’m not the only one who complains about terrible cell phone reception in New York City. In St. Louis, my hometown, AT&T was a great service provider; rarely did I have dropped calls or a lack of “bars”/service … Continue reading

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CesaliseAnne’s Winter Annoyances

With the introduction of winter comes many annoyances; the range of displeasure varies from person to person, but the indignation is there. And it’s ice cold. Here, Elis Estrada looks back on a winter story, where the worst season of … Continue reading

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Eliot Spitzer on CNN – Is CNN’s Decision Incredibly Smart or Seriously Stupid?

Has CNN President Jon Klein gone crazy, is he a genius ahead of his time, or is he simply too forgiving? Some could argue all sides with CNN’s controversial decision to place Eliot Spitzer, also known as Client 9, in … Continue reading

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Pests of New York (Fashion Week): Media Storm & Flashing Lights

The flashes are blinding and the microphones are everywhere; people with cameras pile on top of one another like ants, pawing their way to a shot of a fashion designer, a celebrity, a magazine editor. A lot of New Yorkers … Continue reading

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