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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NEWYORKNICO
26.6% of newyorknico's followers are female and 73.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.90%. The average number of likes per post is 12925 and the average number of comments is 409.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NEWYORKNICO
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NEWYORKNICO
- Art & Design 53.29 %
- Music 50.96 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 48.53 %
- Photography 46.25 %
- Business & Careers 43.47 %
- Beauty & Fashion 41.85 %
- Travel & Tourism 37.91 %
- Entertainment 36.99 %
- Sports 36.59 %
- Books and Literature 35.74 %
- Fitness & Yoga 34.73 %
- Movies and TV 34.47 %
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I heard that the iconic Cozy Soup n Burger is really struggling so I stopped in to talk to the manager, John Stratidis. John is the son of the owner and has been working at the diner since he was 9 years old. He told me his father, who immigrated here in the 60’s from Greece, opened up the diner with his brother in 1972 and when John was old enough his dad put him to work. There were about 10 restaurants in the neighborhood when they opened, and now it’s the only one that remains. Because of COVID, John has been forced to do everything on his own and the business is operating at 15%. He is really afraid the business can’t operate like this for much longer with the insane neighborhood rents. Please go and support this institution. Especially NYU students... @thefamouscozysoupnburger is right around the corner from you, don’t let them down. (P.S. try the John Coffee. He says it’s like dessert in a cup) #momnpopdrop
I’ve partnered with the newly relaunched @HudsonWhiskey to highlight iconic neighborhood bars around NYC for the past month. The fourth stop is today from 5-7pm at @QueensRoomNYC at 36-02 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria. Stop by later for drinks on me + other surprises! (limited seating available so first come, first serve!)
Don’t bring her to meet your mom if she doesn’t remember these: #shes2young4youbro part 2: Washington Square.
Paid a visit to Moe and Ron Stein from Frank’s Sports Shop in the Bronx today. The other day I read about @nike cutting ties with the 99 year old sporting goods shop because of their decision to sell direct to consumer. This decision is very troublesome because it foreshadows the tragic decline of many small business alike. So I wanted to show off the character and history and importance a business like this has in the fabric of a city. Go visit @frankssports ASAP. Great spot and great people. #momnpopdrop
🚨NEW SERIES ALERT🚨—> #shes2young4youbro part 1: Union Square edition.
This story about @frankssports in the Bronx bugged me out. Apparently NIKE has cut their ties with the 100 year old shop because they no longer align with their distribution policy. Without @nike product, Frank’s will lose about 70 percent of sales. Not to mention, we are in a fucking pandemic. According to the @nydailynews “The multi-billion dollar corporation sent a terse September email to the longtime East Tremont Ave. business, informing 92-year-old owner Moe Stein of its decision to exit a partnership dating back five decades. And yes, the Bronx-born Stein is taking it personally — describing the dismissal as both a slap in the face and slander of his native borough.” “This is plain chutzpah,” said Stein, sitting at his cluttered desk on a recent afternoon. “Let me tell you about Nike. We knew them when they had nothing. How do you like that? They’re putting down the Bronx. The Bronx! It’s not an elite place to them.” Not sure what can be done here, but very fucked if true and I can only imagine this new distribution policy is going to effect many other mom and pop shops. Photo by @nydailynews
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