New York Vs La Quotes

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New York Vs La Quotes By Jeff Foxworthy: Between New York and LA, there's 200 million Between New York and LA, there's 200 million people that aren't hip, and they don't want to be hip. — Jeff Foxworthy
New York Vs La Quotes By Diane Lane: When I was about seven, I started touring When I was about seven, I started touring the globe as part of New York's La MaMa theater company - without my parents! — Diane Lane
New York Vs La Quotes By Oscar De La Renta: Tell me, which designers in New York do Tell me, which designers in New York do you think are great - besides me, of course. — Oscar De La Renta
New York Vs La Quotes By Big Sean: It's easier to record in LA than in It's easier to record in LA than in New York and Detroit, because the space in LA is green, and there's sunshine, and I need all those positive vibes. — Big Sean
New York Vs La Quotes By Famke Janssen: I live in New York. I don't really I live in New York. I don't really particularly want to move to LA. — Famke Janssen
New York Vs La Quotes By Oscar De La Renta: If you want to establish an international presence If you want to establish an international presence you can't do so from New York. You need the consecration of Paris. — Oscar De La Renta
New York Vs La Quotes By Layne Staley: A lot of power-pop comes out of LA, A lot of power-pop comes out of LA, a lot of speed metal comes out of New York. — Layne Staley
New York Vs La Quotes By Jennifer Tilly: Everyone said that if you want to be Everyone said that if you want to be a real actor, go to New York. If you want to sell out, go to LA. And I thought - I want to sell out! — Jennifer Tilly
New York Vs La Quotes By Lindsey Kelk: People go to LA to "find themselves", they People go to LA to "find themselves", they come to New York to become someone new. — Lindsey Kelk
New York Vs La Quotes By Shirley Knight: I moved to LA and decided to do I moved to LA and decided to do films and television, mainly because the theater in New York is totally dead. — Shirley Knight