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- York is an ancient borough, and was one of the boroughs reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act 1835 to form a municipal borough.
- York is the traditional county town of Yorkshire, to which it lends its name.
- York (c. 1770-March 1831?) was an American slave best known for his service with the Lewis and Clark Expedition and subsequent demands for freedom.
- York was the center of the kingdom of Jórvík from 866, and discoveries there (e.g.
- York was incorporated as the City of Toronto on March 6, 1834, reverting to its original native name.
- Upon returning to New York in 1889, he worked as a portraitist and later became an instructor at the Art Students League and Cooper Union.
- She attended the Art Students League of New York from 1952 to 1955 where she studied with the sculptor William Zorach.
- As such, she studied her craft at the Art Students League in New York City then with Auguste Rodin in Paris.
- Back in her apartment in New York the next day, Day met Peter Maurin, a French immigrant 20 years her senior.
- A year at the Ackworth school, two years at a school at York, and a year and a half at Newton, near Clitheroe, completed his education.
- He was part of the Chicago jazz scene of the 1920s before moving to New York and worked in the studios during the early years of the Depression.
- House Valuations in York - Wiles Chartered Surveyors provide house valuation services in the York area.
- During this period, he also began doing shows and battling other rappers (Once battling and defeating Jay-Z), making a name for himself in the New York area.
- Thomasina Winslow is an American blues musician from the Albany, New York area, and the daughter of folk musician Tom Winslow.
- New York City has even begun a pilot program to cover all five boroughs of the city with wireless Internet.
- New York City, one of the largest cities in the world, is segmented into five boroughs.
- The Notorious B.I.G., will begin on March 24, 2008 in and around the five boroughs of New York.
- New York City comprises five boroughs, each of which is coterminous with a county: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.
- David Johansen (born January 9, 1950, in Staten Island, New York) is an American rock, punk, blues and pop singer, as well as a songwriter and actor.
- Method Man grew up as Clifford Smith, a youth who was shuttled between a delinquent father in Long Island and a mother on Staten Island, New York.
- Man O’ War was owned and bred by August Belmont, Jr., whose father gave his name to the Belmont Stakes held each June in Elmont, New York.
- The Belmont Stakes is a prestigious horse race held yearly on the first Saturday of June, at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York.
- The race remained there until the May 1905 opening of the new Belmont Park, 430-acre (1.7 km²) racetrack in Elmont, New York in the borough of Queens.
- Slew began his career on September 20, 1976 in the fifth race at Belmont Park on Long Island, New York, a six furlong maiden race.
- Upstate Wine Company provides only the highest quality, award-winning wines from Upstate New York to the New York City area.
- Originally from Texas, SixMileBridge now inhabits the New York City area, so be sure to see if they're performing when you're in New York.
- From this airport, Charles Lindbergh took off for his historic 1927 nonstop flight from the New York City area to Paris, France.
- At the 1932 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York, she participated in three demonstration events with all competitors from Canada and the United States.
- Stop here first for great deals on hotels in Lake Placid, New York.
- The XIII Winter Olympics were held in Lake Placid, New York, from 12 to 24 February and included athletes from thirty-seven nations.
- In 1918, he was the choreographer for the New York Metropolitan Opera, and the Chicago Civic Opera in 1920.
- Mario Sereni (born March 25, 1928) is an Italian baritone, who sang leading roles at the New York Metropolitan Opera for many years.
- His career spanned the years 1895 to 1920 and included a record 863 appearances at the New York Metropolitan Opera.
- The work premiered at the New York Metropolitan Opera a year later, and quickly became a classic.
- On January 7, 1955, Anderson broke the color barrier by becoming the first African-American to perform with the New York Metropolitan Opera.
- Giuseppe Verdi's "Aida" came to the city that does, in fact, sleep last Wednesday, thanks to the New York Metropolitan Opera.
- The New York Yankees are a professional baseball team based in the borough of the Bronx, in New York City, New York.
- In addition, the previous deal limited CBS to covering only 12 weekends when its new subsidiary, the New York Yankees, played at home.
- Junior Johnson blames his tractor for keeping him from playing with the New York Yankees.
- Voicst signs a distribution deal with Play It Again Sam and in October the band returns to the US for a show at the CMJ Festival in New York.
- In 1929 Hall went back to New York, where he joined Charlie Skeet's band, but soon changed yet again to play with Claude Hopkins.
- The band re-formed occasionally to play at New York clubs until the death of Johnny Thunders in 1991.
- The MSO was the first Australian orchestra to tour overseas, and the first to play in Carnegie Hall, New York, in 1970[ 4].
- The following year, Anderson appeared as Maria in Tchaikovsky's Mazeppa, in a concert performance at Carnegie Hall with the Opera Orchestra of New York.
- In 2000 he made his debut at Carnegie Hall, as part of the Django Reinhardt Festival at Birdland, New York, where he has been an annual guest ever since.
- Philip Livingston (1716-1778), grandson of Robert Livingston, the first of the American family of the name, was Member of Congress from New York in 1776.
- At the time, Blades was in New York and working as a member of Ray Barretto's orchestra.
- Upon returning to New York in 1994, he has been a regular member of the Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra and Blood, Sweat and Tears.
- The band all first met as bored teenagers, drawn together by a mutual love of The New York Dolls, The Stooges, The MC5 and '60s garage rock.
- The Heartbreakers' song, "London Boys", is a swipe at the Sex Pistols, in response to the Pistols' "New York", a put-down of the New York Dolls.
- They certainly were ahead of everyone else on bands like the Stooges, New York Dolls, MC5, and the Ramones.
- In 1997, the band performed a one-off show with strings by the New York Philharmonic orchestra at Roseland Ballroom in New York.
- Having now signed a contract to conduct the long-established New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Mahler and his family travelled again to America.
- Mengelberg was music director of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra from 1922 to 1928.
- In June, the primary British army landed in New York, a city they would keep until the end of the war.
- The appearance of the journal New York Dada (April 1921) ironically marked the beginning of the end of Dada in New York.
- The end of World War II saw the beginning of a two decade migration to the continental United States, mainly to New York.
- Prior to joining NBC, Albert spent four years as the radio voice of the New York Giants at WNEW-AM, New York, and 13 years as the sports anchor for Ch.
- In 1979 Dungy was traded to the San Francisco 49ers, then finished his career a year later in the training camp of the New York Giants in 1980.
- The New York Giants are a professional football team based in East Rutherford, New Jersey, representing the New York metropolitan area.
- There they met Joey Kramer, a drummer also from Yonkers, New York who had also known Steven Tyler, with whom he had always hoped to play in a band.
- Its five largest cities are New York City (also the largest city in the United States), Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, and Syracuse.
- James Blake, who hails from Yonkers, New York, is one of the top tennis players in the world.
- Alpha Phi Delta  was founded in 1914 at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, by a group of men with Italian roots.
- Syracuse University (also referred to as SU, Syracuse, or the 'Cuse)[ 8] is a private research university located in Syracuse, New York, United States.
- Rob Schremp (born July 1, 1986 in Syracuse, New York) is an ice hockey player currently playing for the Springfield Falcons.
- Following the deaths of his wife and mother in 1939 Stravinsky embarked for New York, and the United States became his home for the rest of his life.
- Michael Simpson Culbertson and his wife had two daughters, who returned to New York with their mother upon his death.
- Javier Castellano currently lives with his wife, abby, and daughter in Garden City, New York.
- Her father was Prince Albert, Duke of York (the future King George VI) and her mother was the Duchess of York (born the Hon.
- His mother was The Duchess of York, the only daughter of The Duke and Duchess of Teck.
- The Duchess was for 10 years the wife of Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, who is fourth in line to the British throne.
- On August 3, 2005, York was traded from the Oilers to the New York Islanders with a conditional draft pick in exchange for Michael Peca.
- The New York Islanders are a professional ice hockey team based in Uniondale, New York, a hamlet located on Long Island.
- The Canadiens have road games at Philly, the New York Islanders and Carolina and play at home against Buffalo and Toronto.
- Today, some of her works may be seen at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Museum of Grenoble, and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
- His work has been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
- The Dada movement was spread throughout Zurich, Berlin, New York, Paris, and the Netherlands and varied by form such as: poetry, art, literature, and music.
- At the age of fourteen, his work was bought by Edward Steichen for the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
- Jules Siegel is a writer and graphic designer whose work is in the Artists Books collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
- Later that year he was offered the position of director of the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, succeeding Edward Steichen.
- Julius Rosenberg was born to a Jewish family on May 12, 1918 in New York.
- Elitcher testified that he accompanied Sobell to Catherine Slip in New York, where Sobell passed film to Julius Rosenberg.
- In the summer of 1945, Elitcher was in New York on vacation and stayed at the apartment of Julius Rosenberg.
- Julius Rosenberg was a committed communist who graduated from the City College of New York in 1939 with a degree in electrical engineering.
- He founded the Free Academy of the City of New York, which later became the City College of New York, to provide education to the city's working people.
- Fisher eventually became a professor of English at the City College of New York, and her observations as both dancer and literary critic are unparalleled.
- Fanny Brice started life on the Lower East Side of New York, the daughter of a Jewish saloon owner.
- He probably landed on Ellis Island in 1909 and began his life in New York on the Lower East Side, in the slums where Call It Sleep is set.
- Raised on the Lower East Side of New York, Rosenbloom left school after third grade and later served time in reform school.
- It has been reported that Jon Bon Jovi and his family will be moving from his home state of New Jersey to Manhattan, New York.
- The son of a singer and a theatre producer, Tom Dowd was born in New York on January 1, 1925, and grew up in Manhattan.
- Long Island is an island located in southeastern New York, United States, just east of Manhattan.
- Hans Bethe is a professor of physics emeritus at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
- Cornell University is a private university located in Ithaca, New York, USA, and a member of the Ivy League.
- Cornell University is located approximately 60 miles south of Syracuse in Ithaca, central New York.
- Residents of neighboring states and provinces may use the term "New York State" to refer to Upstate New York, to distinguish the region from New York City.
- This list of tallest buildings in New York City ranks skyscrapers in the northeastern U.S. city of New York (New York state) by height.
- Baco noir is grown in New York state, in the United States and Ontario, Canada.
- Insurance premiums are the same for all carriers in “rating bureau states”: Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Ohio and Delaware.
- Before he became prominent in the 1850s, his life had been a succession of business failures in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New York.
- He learned the art of printing from William Bradford in Philadelphia and initially established a print office in York, Pennsylvania.
- Texas hot dogs are spicy variants found in upstate New York and Pennsylvania (and as "all the way dogs" in New Jersey), but not Texas.
- The company said the toothpaste, imported from South Africa, was sold in discount stores in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
- The decision was made after the title company successfully test marketed its innovative online business in New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania, and New York.
- In the base, the maple leaves are for Canada, the trilliums for Ontario and the roses for York (now Toronto), the provincial capital.
- Born in Toronto, Ontario, Ted Atkinson as a child emigrated with his family across the border to upstate New York.
- It opened in Chicago and has since played in New York on Broadway, and is currently entertaining audiences in Toronto, Ontario.
- York University (YorkU) is a large comprehensive university, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Thompson received his Ph.D. at Cornell University and was professor of humanities at MIT and then at York University in Toronto.
- Toronto is home to three noted universities: the University of Toronto, York University, and Ryerson University.
- The Blockhouse is a small fort in the northern part of Central Park, in New York City, New York, and is the oldest structure standing in the park.
- During mid-2006, Damian went on tour with musical artist Ben Harper all around the US. He played in many known stages, such as Central Park New York.
- Melania Knauss Trump, wife of Donald Trump, plays with her son Barron, 18 months, at a playground in Central Park in New York City on Tuesday.
- The group, though still colloquially known as the New York Philharmonic, took the official name the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.
- As a freelancer, he has performed with the New York Philharmonic, MET Chamber Orchestra, and in numerous sound and TV recordings in both New York and Tokyo.
- In 1923 he made his debut as a conductor in a New York concert of the Philadelphia Orchestra; he conducted the New York Philharmonic in 1937-38.
- While Philadelphia, Montreal and Boston have the inside track on the final three playoff spots, Atlanta and the New York Rangers aren't far back.
- He never had another double-digit shutout season from 1956-70, while playing with Boston, Toronto, the expansion Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers.
- On March 1, the Seagulls hockey team played the New York Rangers before the largest crowd at that time to see a hockey game.
- April 17 - Nino Benvenuti wins the world Middleweight title, defeating Emile Griffith by a fifteen round unanimous decision, at New York.
- April 25 - Emile Griffith retains his world Middleweight title with a fifteen round decision against Dick Tiger, New York.
- Known for his bolo punch, he captured the world middleweight title on October 2, 1939 when he knocked out Fred Apostoli in New York.
- November 4 - Tony Canzoneri retains his world Lightweight title with a fifteen round decision over Billy Petrolle, at New York.
- June 8 - Emile Griffith recovers the world Welterweight title by defeating Luis Rodriguez with a fifteen round decision in New York.
- July 2 - Harry Greb retains the world Middleweight title with a fifteen round decision against world Welterweight champion Mickey Walker, in New York.
- He studied medicine, first in New York, then in Philadelphia, where he lived with the family of his favorite teacher Benjamin Rush 1760.
- Hendl was born in West New York, New Jersey, and later went on to study with Fritz Reiner at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.
- Their taste in art helped define and develop the great collections of art in major metropolitan centers such as New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston.
- The office of an Archbishop of New York, Chicago, Boston or Philadelphia may look like a big "job" to an ordinary mortal.
- Last season, he toured with the Royal Concertgebouw and appeared with major orchestras in Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia.
- In the United States, the first organized police service was established in Boston in 1838, New York in 1844, and Philadelphia in 1854.
- Born in Albany, New York, Michael Valvo was a graduate of Columbia University and spent much of his life working with computers.
- He has taught law at Columbia University in New York and the University of Auckland, and is on the Council of the Legal Research Foundation in New Zealand.
- Allegra currently teaches ballet at Barnard College, the women's college affiliated with Columbia University in the City of New York.
- At the age of fifteen, he began six years of study at the Juilliard School in New York with Dorothy DeLay.
- At 12, he was the youngest student at the University of Buenos Aires, before becoming a scholarship student at the Juilliard School of Music in New York.
- Forsythe is an Honorary Fellow at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance in London and holds an honorary doctorate from the Juilliard School in New York.
- After his graduation, Benny freelanced around the bay area for a year, and then moved to New York in the spring of 1982.
- In spring, summer and autumn, they feed in areas off the Canadian and north-east US coasts in a range stretching from New York to Nova Scotia.
- In the spring of 1946, Capote was accepted at Yaddo, the 400-acre artists and writers colony at Saratoga Springs, New York.
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