York Related Quotes

“What better way to send your regards to Broadway and to New York than by coming to New York and getting a tax deduction for it and supporting our city, helping us get back on our feet,”

Carolyn Maloney

“Some of those players in New York have made a name for themselves in those parks and I guess Jo played pretty good against them. You know how street ball is, there's no referees. It's a tough game. So when he came back from there, his confidence was through the roof. He was a tougher player. He was ready for anything.”

Chris Richard

“It was great to go out from New York for a long period and separate what was me from all that I'd learned there.”

Christopher Wheeldon

“I was in New York for a dance program, and I decided to give (volleyball) a try. My mom called the coach and asked her if I could play.”

Whitney Dosty

“It used to be that as companies got big, they wanted to get to the New York Stock Exchange,”

Yale Hirsch

“[Guillermo Canas is in New York with girlfriend/player Maria Emilia Salerni , however the US Open will not let him on the grounds:] It's very ugly. He is no criminal, ... This is beyond of what it should be. I didn't even know that rule existed. It's insane. Allowing him to see his girlfriend's matches wouldn't hurt anyone.”

Carlos Moya

“Maybe we're better off with him sitting in New York at the U.N. than with him having an important post either in the State Department or in the National Security Council in the White House, actually shaping American policy.”

Zbigniew Brzezinski

“Obviously, since I grew up in New York, people make that connection. But it's not that simple. Teams don't tell you too much.”

D'brickashaw Ferguson

“Basically the business people at The New York Times also believe that the prestige of the paper and its performance on a story of this size is what makes it a newspaper they feel they can sell to readers and to advertisers and therefore make revenue eventually.”

Warren Hoge

“Hillary Clinton, our junior senator from New York, announced that she has no intentions of ever, ever running for office of the President of the United States. Her husband, Bill Clinton, is bitterly disappointed. He is crushed. There go his dreams of becoming a two-impeachment family.”

David Letterman