Unofficial nickname. A nickname that recognize its vast wealth and variety of resources. George Washington referred to New York state as "the seat of Empire" in 1784, which sowed the seed for the state's long-term nickname which appeared in around 1820.
Luxury condos start at $650,000 and top out at $28,000,000; with the penthouse priced at $58,000,000
2009 World Champions, 27 Championships total (the first in 1923)
Part of the Lincoln Center
Credited as Arnold Strong
AFC East. Founded in 1960.
NFC East. Founded in 1925.
Metropolitan Detention Center
Natalie Wood; music by Leonard Bernstein
One of the few original teams from 1946
2003. For the role of William "Bill the Butcher" Cutting.
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2001
Rudolph Giuliani was mayor from 1994-2002 and was the mayor who held the city together during 9/11 and its aftermath
Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman. Also starred Deborah Loomis, Ernest Graves & Michael Lipton
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
More phones than in the entire country of Spain. The cables serving the New York City area have nearly 33,072,975 miles of wire.
First premiered in 1958. Music by Robert Prince.
New York, NY, U.S.A. Circulation 1,000,655. 3rd largest circulation in the US.
New York, NY, U.S.A. 625,421 circulation. 6th largest US paper by circulation
Served 1934-1945 as a charismatic liberal Republican
Moved to Philadelphia, 1785 - 1790
2002. dir. Martin Scorsese, Daniel Day-Lewis won the BAFTA for best actor.
1977. dir. Martin Scorsese, starring Liza Minnelli and Robert de Niro.