A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from March 29, 2005
“There’s Only One New York” (NY1 News)
Cable channel one (ny1.com) is "NY1," Time Warner cable's 24-hour news channel devoted to New York City. It's popular for its "weather on the ones" updates. There's a news update every half hour. There are shows about politics, sports, and Broadway.

"There's only one New York" has been its slogan from the beginning, in the early 1990s. However, the words were even uttered by Babe Ruth!

295 words
23 March 1992
PR Newswire

NEW YORK, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Time Warner New York City Cable Group announced today that its 24-hour, New York City all-news channel, New York 1 News, will be launched in September on Channel 1 in all Time Warner cable systems in New York, now serving some 800,000 households.

In making the announcement, Richard Aurelio, president of the Time Warner New York City Cable Group, said: "There's only one New York, and this is the number one television market, so it's only appropriate that our news channel be number one on the cable dial."

(OCLC WorldCat)
Title: Only one New York.
Author(s): Yoors, Jan. ; Samuels, Charles.
Publication: New York, Simon and Schuster
Year: 1965
Description: 136 p. (chiefly illus.) 31 cm.
Language: English

12 August 1900, Atlanta Constitution, pg. B5:
"Well, after all, there's only one New York."

19 January 1935, New York TImes, pg. 16:
"Paris is really beautiful, but after all there's only one New York."

21 December 1937, New York Times, pg. 22:
Perhaps I am getting old. Perhaps I am homesick for little old New York, but it seems to me that the city is losing character. In 1900 "There's only one New York" meant something, and it was not pride in art, industry or wealth that moved the speaker. New York was New York, not simply one of the largest, most inhumanly beautiful cities in the world. The city I know and knew is being destroyed, and I am not sure that the New York I now know I altogether like.

New York, Dec. 18, 1937.

5 June 1951, New York Herald Tribune, pg. 23 ad:
There is Only
ONE New York
is its Revealing Magazine

17 December 1973, Washington Post, "A Lindsay Farewell," pg. B3:
The high point arrived when the man who once thought he had a shot at the presidency, chanted and tapped to "Who'd Want to Have to Live in Washington (When There's Only One New York)."
Posted by Barry Popik
Radio/Television • Tuesday, March 29, 2005 • Permalink

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