Dana Heyward

Student at the Fashion Institute of Technology

Location icon United States

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W27newspaper
02/26/2015
Restaurant Review: By Chloe

At the corner of Bleecker and MacDougal Street you'll find the latest New York foodie phenomenon, by Chloe. Marked by a black-and-white striped awning, this relatively small and communal space is reminiscent of a trendy home kitchen you'd find in a CB2 catalog, except it's real and there are typically queues that go right out the door.

W27 Newspaper
02/26/2015
Restaurant Review: Dimes

New York City always seems to feel like it's on this never-ending health kick. From crazes like juicing, Soul Cycle and kale-everything, the city that never sleeps seems to run on gym memberships and Juice Generations in every downtown neighborhood.

W27newspaper
02/26/2015
All The Vegan Ladies? Attempting The "Beyonce Diet"

I always felt kind of weary about veganism. I already have a love/hate relationship with dairy. But no fish, meat or any animal-by product could lead to an ultimate change in the way I functioned. I always admired those who were able to maintain the self control it took to be a full vegan convert.

W27 Newspaper
02/26/2015
"Busy" is the New "Bored"

"Stop the glorification of busy." I remember coming across this quote while perusing online a few months ago. My initial response was: "How could being busy be glorified?" Not too long after I scrolled past one of those, "You have as many hours in the day as Beyoncé" inspirational memes and I thought, "That's how."

W27 Newspaper
02/26/2015
How Public School Made The Fashion Industry Listen

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) is one of the most lucrative trade organizations of the creative industries. The organization has acted like a foster parent offering a huge lending hand in kick - starting brands such as Alexander Wang, Thakoon and Timo Weiland.

W27 Newspaper
02/26/2015
The New Playboys

Like most print magazines today, sex and lifestyle magazines have been hit hard, if not harder by the growing world of online media. In the past, Playboy led the pack, selling at least five million copies or more per issue.

W27newspaper
02/26/2015
Better, Smarter Sex Toys

"It's so cute!" I remember watching Charlotte from "Sex in the City" exclaim in child-like wonder the first time she saw the female vibrator, the Rabbit Pearl. With its pink color, and dual action design complete with "bunny ears" intended for extra pleasure, the toy was quintessentially cute and a friendly alternative to the standard but less attractive solid dildos of the time.

Global Grind
04/22/2014
Martha Stewart Who? 15 Pics That Prove Oprah Wins Earth Day Every Day

In case you didn't know, Oprah has one of the cutest Instagram accounts out there. Whether serving up iconic selfies or workin' it with some witty captions, Oprah's Instagram game is on point. But the main thing that's clear from her social media activity? Her love for gardening.

Global Grind
03/18/2014
Play Ball! An 18-Inch Corn Dog & 11 Other Strange Stadium Foods

Yesterday, the MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks introduced a new item to their stadium menu and it's none other than your favorite childhood food: the corn dog. But here's the plot twist - it's 18 inches long. This creation is called the D-Bat Dog and it's filled with cheese and bacon, which seems simple, but let's not forget that it's 18 INCHES LONG.