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Serena Solomon

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Serena Solomon is a reporter/producer for DNAinfo.

An Australian who has maintained a daily obsession with news since a young age, Serena started out as a social worker, working with homeless teenagers for five years, before making a career change to journalism.

She studied International Communications with a major in journalism at Macquaire University in Sydney, and completed a year-long study abroad program at the University of Washington, in Seattle. While in Seattle she worked with SCAN, a community access station, as a PR assistant and as a reporter. She also reported for the Daily, the school's award-winning student publication.

After Seattle, Serena moved to the East Coast to work with the New York Times on "The Local."

Fun Fact: Serena's favorite pastime is to fumble through other people's junk at yard sales or flea markets.

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If your love has a sweet tooth, give the gift of chocolate this Valentine's Day.

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February 10, 2017

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January 18, 2017

Winter weddings are glamorous affairs, but they don't need to be cold ones.

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December 28, 2016

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December 19, 2016

Rather than scrounging for odds and ends that could pass as a serving platter or tool, get these.

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December 12, 2016

Forget the fruitcake. Here are six gifts for under $10 that all your friends and family will enjoy.

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Because leaving your head uncovered in the bitter winter elements hurts.

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November 21, 2016

Save yourself the embarrassment of coming to Thanksgiving dinner empty-handed.