Ladies and gentlemen, a big round of applause for 'The Big Apple'... 'The City That Never Sleeps'... 'The City So Nice, They Named It Twice'... New York City.
This week, it pulled off something incredible... something that was thought to be impossible in a city of 8 million people.
For 24 hours, New York City was completely violence free.
According to police, this past Monday, there wasn't a single report of a person being shot, stabbed, mugged or subjected to violent crime.
The chief spokesperson for the NYPD Paul Browne said it was the "first time in memory" things were so quiet for a day.
In fact, New York is having a pretty good year as far as crime goes.
Police say crime is up 3% overall, but they city is on target to have its lowest murder rate in more than 50 years.
There have been 366 murders in the city so far this year, compared with 472 at this time last year, according to the NYPD.
That's a drop of 23% from year to year.
Chicago - a city of 2.7 million people - has had 462 murders this year. Philadelphia - with 1.5 million people - has had 301.
By comparison, Toronto - with 2.6 million people - has had 48 murders this year.
As of last week, Vancouver (2.3 million people) had nine murders, while Montreal (1.6 million people) had 30.