Crossword clues for nyc
- It has M.S.G. in it
- Former U.S. capital: Abbr.
- The Big Apple: Abbr.
- The Big Apple, for short
- Cooper Union's location, briefly
- Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge locale, for short
- View from Ft. Lee, N.J.
- Where DeWitt Clinton was mayor: Abbr.
- 30 Rock's location
- SoHo's metropolis
- Home of Roosevelt I.
- Loc. of Mayor Dinkins
- Where B'klyn is
- "The Big Apple"
- Big Apple: Abbr.
- Gotham initials
- Big Apple inits.
- U.N. locale
- Gotham: Abbr.
- 212 initials
- 10001 initials
- Where Billy the Kid was born, believe it or not: Abbr.
- Columbia Univ. locale
- Home of Times Sq. and Columbus Cir.
- Song from 65-Across that's hidden in 20- and 54-Across and 10- and 35-Down
- Home of the IRT and BMT
- Where B'way is
- MoMA's home
- "Annie" song with the lyric "Too busy / Too crazy / Too hot / Too cold / Too late / I'm sold"
- Subway Series locale, for short
- It contains M.S.G.
- U.N.'s home
a. (context nonstandard English) nice
New York City is the most populous city in the United States of America.
NYC may also refer to:
"NYC (There's No Need to Stop)" is the second single from the album Simpatico by British band The Charlatans (known in the United States as The Charlatans UK), released on 3 July 2006. It reached number 53 on the UK Singles Chart.
The B-side track, "Hard to Be You (Song for Carl)", was written for Dirty Pretty Things singer and former Libertine Carl Barât.
"Say Hello to the Angels"/"NYC" is a double A-side single by New York City-based post-punk revival band Interpol, both taken from their debut album Turn on the Bright Lights. The single was released on April 14, 2003 as the second single from the album.
A music video for "NYC" was produced, directed by Doug Aitken. It features the band in a montage of pictures and designs as well as footage of a park at night.
"NYC" has been included on several best-of lists. Consequence of Sound ranked it at number 46 on their Best Singles of the 2000s list. Pitchfork Media ranked it at 140 on their Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s list. Slant Magazine rated it at number 219 on their Best Singles of the Aughts list.
Electronic musician Moby placed "NYC" as his 8th favorite track of the decade.
"NYC" is a one-off single released by Prince (then known as The Artist) in 1997. The single was available only from Prince's NPG retail store known as "1-800-NEW-FUNK" and only in cassette format. It was also advertised as a "4th generation bootleg", possibly in an attempt to increase sales from diehard fans. It was recorded live at the Roseland Ballroom on January 11, 1997 in New York City.
Track one was "Jam of the Year", the opening song from Prince's 1996 album Emancipation. It also became the name of the tour for the album. The B-side of the single was a live rendition of "Face Down", also from the same concert and edited to sound like it segued from "Jam of the Year".
NYC was a Japanese boy band formed by Ryosuke Yamada and Yuri Chinen of Hey! Say! JUMP and Johnny's Jr. Yuma Nakayama in 2010. Before that, seven-members unit NYC Boys (stylized NYC boys) was formed on June 7, 2009, to promote the FIVB World Grand Prix 2009, an event that began on July 31 and ended on August 23, 2009. They performed the theme song "NYC" in Tokyo and Osaka before each game.
NYC is an album by Kieran Hebden and Steve Reid. Hebden and Reid had previously collaborated on three studio albums, with NYC becoming their final release before Reid's death in 2010. Inspiration for the album came from Reid's home city, with the two musicians meeting to record the music over two days in February 2008 at New York's Avatar Studios. The album was released by Domino Records in November 2008.