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New Yorkers and Tax Day

 |  StatsBee
As Tax Day (April 17th) approaches, many New Yorkers find themselves scrambling to finalize and file their 2011 returns. Did you know that almost 30 percent of all taxpayers wait until the last two weeks to file their taxes?

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New Yorkers and Cars

 |  StatsBee
With the New York International Auto Show set to open at the Javits Center tomorrow, we wondered: How many city residents actually own cars?

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St. Patrick's Day in NYC

 |  StatsBee
There are nearly half a million Irish Americans residing in NYC, which is more than any other city in the country. So, not surprisingly, St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular holidays celebrated in the City.

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Oscar Winners Born in NYC

 |  StatsBee
It's Oscar trivia time! How many recent Oscar winners were actually born in New York City? StatsBee digs into the archives.

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New York City’s Pet Population

 |  StatsBee
As NYC’s dog lovers anxiously await the crowning of this year’s “Best In Show” at the Westminster Kennel Club’s annual Dog Show, we estimated the number of dogs and cats that call the City their home.

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New York Fashion Week 2012

 |  NYCEDC
New York Fashion Week is officially here! Find out facts about this iconic semiannual event, which includes over 250 fashion shows and attracts about 232,000 attendees each year.

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Ratio of Single Men to Single Women in NYC

 |  StatsBee
On the Upper East Side, young single women outnumber young single men nearly 2 to 1. Jackson Heights, Queens is on the other end of the spectrum—where there are 1.7 males for every female.

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Sidewalk Cafes in NYC

 |  StatsBee
Which neighborhood has the most sidewalk cafés in NYC?

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New York Pizza

 |  StatsBee
Which New York City neighborhoods have the highest number of pizza establishments?

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NYC Tech Stats & Facts

 |  NYCEDC
You may have heard that the tech hub in NYC is growing rapidly, even rivaling Silicon Valley. What supports this claim? Read on.