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Times Square is a major commercial intersection, tourist destination, entertainment hub, and neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It is formed by the junction of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street. Together with adjacent Duffy Square, Times Square is a bowtie-shaped space five blocks long between 42nd and 47th Streets.
The first Coke Times Square debuted in 1920 at 49th Street and Broadway with neon lighting being added in 1923. It flashed the words "Drink Coca-Cola, Delicious and Refreshing" and was the world's second-largest electric billboard at the time.
The Times Square–42nd Street station on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line is an express station, with four tracks and two island platforms. The 1, 2, and 3 trains stop here at all times. The station serves as the southern terminal of 3 trains during late nights.
The Times Square Theater, New Victory Theater, and 3 Times Square are directly across 43rd Street to the southeast, while the former Hotel Carter, American Airlines Theatre, and Lyric Theatre are to the south. The building was developed as an annex structure for The New York Times.
Times Square was one of a grouping of sound art pieces he created throughout the 1970s in public places in New York City. Other works from the same time period include Walkthrough, in what is now Jay Street–MetroTech station, and A New Work (Underground) in the Museum of Modern Art 's garden. 
El Times Square es una intersección de avenidas en Manhattan (Nueva York, Estados Unidos). Antes llamada Plaza Longacre, está situada en la esquina de la avenida Broadway y la Séptima Avenida. Recibió su nombre actual por las oficinas de The New York Times, que se encontraban en el edificio One Times Square.
TKTS is also accredited by the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) and all ticket sales are made following the STAR code of practice. The Society of London Theatre has licensed the TKTS trademark from the Theatre Development Fund, but the two organizations are otherwise unrelated.
The Paramount Theatre opened on November 19, 1926, with the gala showing of God Gave Me 20 Cents with Mayor Walker and Thomas Edison as guests. The stage gala was produced by John Murray Anderson.  The theater housed one of the largest and most admired theater organs built by the Wurlitzer company.
Der Times Square in New York City liegt an der Kreuzung Broadway und Seventh Avenue und ist nach dem von der Zeitung New York Times benutzten Gebäude T.S.1 benannt. Er erstreckt sich von West 42nd Street bis West 47th Street und bildet das Zentrum des als Broadway bezeichneten Theaterviertels von Manhattan.
The Times Square Show was an influential collaborative, self-curated, and self-generated art exhibition held by New York artists' group Colab (aka Collaborative Projects, Inc) in Times Square in a shuttered massage parlor at 201 W. 41st and 7th Avenue during the entire month of June in 1980.