New York is a proper noun. New York is (1) a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies, (2) one of the British colonies that formed the United States, (3) the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center.
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New York State is the 30th largest state in the USA, bordered by the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and the states of New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
This official New York City web site provides the public with convenient access to information about New York City agencies, programs, and services. Residents, visitors, and businesses alike can find helpful news and resources about the City of New York, New York.
The state capital of New York is Albany. Learn about the New York State government's operations and services. Browse the New York State travel and tourism information, and read about living and working in the Empire State.
Published by The New York Times, this online version features editorial and advertising content that is intended for a New York City audience and market. Major editorial sections include World, U.S., Politics, New York, Business, Dealbook, Technology, Sports, Science, Health, Arts, Style, and Opinion.
Learn about rural, suburban, and urban real estate markets in New York. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the New York real estate resources on this page.
On this site, users can watch video reports of stories that appear in the New York Times. The site is searchable by subject and has links to sections of the New York Times online and print editions.
This National Park directory page lists National Parks, Historic Landmarks, and Natural Landmarks in the State of New York. An interactive New York map, plus photos and highlights, are included thereon.
The website, begun in 1995, provides full text of articles for free for one week. There is a charge for articles in the archive, which goes back to 1981. The Times is often considered the newspaper of record for important events and often publishes the full text of important speeches. The Sunday Times publishes a magazine and The Times Book Review.
The New York Times Store offers hundreds of products from books to classic photographs, reprints of vintage news to posters. Users can browse by categories: sports, photographs, fine art, autographs, keepsakes, crosswords, clothing, publications, historic pages, and much more.
NYU was established in 1831 as an alternative to many of the more exclusive schools of the time. Today there are 40,000 students studying at 14 colleges and schools in 6 different locations in NYC and 20 countries abroad. Besides the School of Arts & Sciences, NYU has Colleges of Dentistry, Nursing, Law, Medicine, and Social Work, as well as The Institute of Art, and others.
Located on the border between Ontario, Canada, and the U.S. state of New York, Niagara Falls is arguably one of the most impressive natural wonders in North America, drawing an estimated twelve million tourists annually from around the world.
Barnard, located on the Upper West Side of New York City, was founded in 1889. It is affiliated with Columbia University but is its own institution. There are almost 4000 students and 319 faculty members. It is a highly selective school. The website provides information about the school, the faculty, visiting, and applying.
Binghamton, located in Binghamton, N.Y., is part of the State University of New York System. There are almost 14,500 undergraduates, almost 3000 graduate students, and a faculty of 551. The website describes the college, visiting, and how to apply.
Located in New York City, this is the world's premier performing arts center. It is made up of 12 organizations including the Lincoln Center Theater and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, which have links on the site. Website lists upcoming events and information for visitors.
The MTA manages transit systems and facilities in and around New York City, including city buses and subways, city bridges and tunnels, and commuter trains between New York City and its suburbs.
The School of Visual Arts is a fine arts and graphic design school in New York City. Starting as a trade school with 3 instructors and 35 students, SVA has grown into a dynamic, multidisciplinary institution with more than 1,000 faculty members and over 4,000 student body members, representing 44 states and 71 foreign countries.
Browse this taxi service directory for info about taxi services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts yellow taxicabs on a New York City street.
Browse this water transportation service guide and directory to learn about water transportation services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts a ferry boat and a water taxi on the Hudson River in New York City.
The foreign exchange market sees over twice as much trade as the New York Stock Exchange. Learn about the Forex (foreign exchange) trading market on this informative site.
Massachusetts is the 45th largest state in the USA, bordered by New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Atlantic Ocean. Several maps of Massachusetts are included on the website.
New Jersey is the 46th largest state in the United States. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, by Pennsylvania on the west, by New York State to the north, and by Delaware to the southwest.
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