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New York Memories

BYU's school of Communications New York Field Experience was unforgettable. Between the places, food and people, 6 weeks flew by leaving behind great memories. Check out this video to see what we did during the New York Field Experience.

Hamilton: An All-Inclusive Musical

Broadway has been around for decades and is still a very prominent part of American entertainment today. Each year, shows on Broadway, located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, attract millions of people from all over the world, last year’s attendance reaching an all time high of over 13,270,343 people. Even with

Field & Experience – Pilot

Everyone keeps saying New York is SOOO great, but does that really hold water? Colton and Caulin investigate New York to find out if it does. Join them on this journey as they interview some people who really seem to hate it here, and try to pin down the story

Coming to NYC? Here’s some advice!

Over the last 6 weeks, I've developed a great love for the "city that never sleeps", and I highly recommend taking the time to come and visit! This last week, I went out and found some locals close to where I live and asked them for advice or tips on

A Piece of Paris in New York

Take a step from Madison Avenue into Paris, France-that is to say Ladurée's French patisserie. One of only eight in the U.S., Ladurée is sure to be a rare indulgence. The store imitates the historical Parisian tea rooms and was founded by Louis Ernest Ladurée who created a bakery in Paris

Donuts + ice cream = Holey Cream

Gabby and I ventured out and found ourselves the best ice cream treat, smashed right between two slices of a donut. Give it a try! https://youtu.be/7Vu6ObbseJA (Video by Lindsey Jergensen and Gabriella Davis)

Concepts NYC

  Concepts NYC is an incredibly beautiful street wear and sneaker boutique on Hudson St. in New York City. Concepts was founded in Cambridge Massachusetts in 1996 by Tarek Hassan. This specific location in Tribeca has been a permanent brick and mortar store since November of 2015. This location didn’t open without

Great Clips Girl Goes Lavish

While shopping on 5th Avenue, I was approached by a man selling promotional vouchers for Capelli D'Oro 5th Ave Salon. Normally, I am not the type to allow salespeople to persuade me into buying things I don't need. But, truth be told, a nice haircut was in order, and the

Crepes & wine, minus the wine

Located on the corner of Lexington Avenue and 94th street in New York City, Bonjour Crepes and Wine offers a great option for all meals of the day. While they have more than just crepes, the crepes are what they are known for. In the last week alone, I have gone

DŌ: Cookie Dough Heaven

“Let’s go to that cookie dough place!” Since arriving in New York, this has been a common request among the people around me. DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections is a gourmet shop in Greenwich Village serving up edible cookie dough since 2016. The cookie dough is made with pasteurized eggs and heat-treated

The Rise of the Anti-Hero

From super villains to criminal lawbreakers to the high school bully, our society seems to become more and more fixated by antiheroes in modern media. Take a glance at just a few of the top TV shows prevalent in popular culture today like Breaking Bad or Mad Men. What these

An Analysis of Inception

Few films have gained such a stranglehold upon the public's imagination that even the very name of the movie has come to be used as a descriptive noun.  A winner of four Academy Awards and grossing $800 million world-wide, Inception is one of these films. Through his clever usage of alternate realities within people's dreams,

A wickedly good… and bad hero

In most stories, the main character or hero tends to go through what is known as the “Hero’s Journey”. This journey was originally outlined by Joseph Campbell as the internal path that a character follows as they move through their lives and through the plot or storyline of their story,

Blurred Lines Between Good and Evil

Dorothy and her beloved dog Toto in the Wizard of Oz became a pop culture icon for decades. This light-hearted heroic story included a lovable protagonist as well as a stereotypical antagonist, the Wicked Witch of the West. Decades later, the Broadway Musical, Wicked, recounts this old tale from a

True Gratitude: Want What You Need

Gratitude is a complex noun; it is not simple to decipher its feel in a single definition of signification. Gratitude is not something we study through science or other form of written words; it is something we get to know through experimentation. There are events that, in the infinite goodwill

Little Eataly

Located in the Flatiron District of New York City, the aptly named Eataly is an immense, 50,000 square foot Italian food hall that is part-grocery store, retail, and restaurant all at the same time.  Founded in 2007, Eataly is an international brand with food halls located in places as far away as Brazil, Turkey, Japan, Saudi

The Mecca for Book Worms in Manhattan

Strand Bookstore is the soul survivor of 19th Century's Book Row in Greenwich Village. This personalized, modern bookstore creates a distinct ambiance than the generic Books-a-Million, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon e-books. Strand Bookstore represents the strength and power of independent stores in New York City and throughout the rest of the country. "So many

Melt in your mouth not in your hand

Walking into the M&M store in Times Square, New York, is an experience in and of itself. With three floors and the smell of chocolate wafting through the air, it’s impossible to not be excited as you explore the different parts of the store. The store is set up in three

Afternoon in SoHo

SoHo is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan known for its wide variety of art galleries, shops and restaurants. Here are some ideas on a great way to spend your afternoon in SoHo.  

Experience The Future With Nike VaporMax

The Nike Store in SOHO New York gives customers a first look into the future. The store is a palace dedicated to the future of various sports, lifestyle, and footwear technology. In the case of the store’s first level, Nike aims to target those interested in the future, and the

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