- Report: #1119999
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Complaint Review: Resident Magazine
Resident Magazine28 E 28th St New york, New York USA New York, New York USA
Resident Magazine Bill Mason, Christopher A. Pape,Rory Winston,Bill Mason, Allison H. Brown Scam to promote ethnic news and culture and be admired New York New York
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Working at the New York Resident Magazine means paying tribute to all cultural and art related things - especially those that have an ethnic flavor to them.
The writers are obsessed with taste, style and smart designs and go on endlessly about the art stuff but say nothing about core values. Their only concern is do things looks cool enough and are things written in a clever way. They represent all the elitist crap that I hate about New York. It's okay to write an article about some dumb rapper or chef from a foreign country but it's not okay to write about how Obama is ruining the country and how the successful billionaires on their cover are not actually Real Americans.
For a magazine that pretends to be about local New York stuff they are pretty picky about who they hire and don't give any valid explanations of why they fire people. This I know from a few people and, unfortunately, from personal experience.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/31/2014 07:14 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Resident-Magazine/New-York-New-York-11212/Resident-Magazine-Bill-Mason-Christopher-A-PapeRory-WinstonBill-Mason-Allison-H-Bro-1119999. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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