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The Starbucks Reserve Roastery in New York City Dee-Ann Durbin/AP

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A Starbucks near Penn Station in New York City

A Starbucks near Penn Station in New York City Jim Pennucci/Flickr

A Starbucks near Penn Station in New York City

A Starbucks near Penn Station in New York City Jim Pennucci/Flickr


Emily Belz

Emily is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously reported for the The New York Daily News, The Indianapolis Star, and Philanthropy magazine. Emily resides in New York City.

@emlybelz

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