Mayor Bill de Blasio was at Bushwick venue House of Yes on Tuesday night (9/19) to sign the bill that officially creates the NYC Office of Nightlife. with a 12-member committee headed by the so-called Night Mayor. Marky Ramone was on-hand for the signing.
"We feel there are better ways than the current cabaret law to create a strong and healthy nightlife economy while also ensuring the safety and security of everyone participating in that economy," said a representative for Mayor De Blasio today at City Hall.
Pride Weekend's grand finale came on Sunday (6/25) with the 48th annual Pride March. This year's March was broadcast live on TV for the first time from noon until 3 PM; the actual event ran past 6 PM and drew thousands of revelers and activists alike...
NYC will join other cities in getting an office dedicated to nightlife. The creation of a Nighttime Ambassador is part of New York Works, a ten-year economic plan from the mayor's office, which also includes making affordable workspace for artists.
Panels include NYC mayor Bill de Blasio, rapper Young M.A, Michael Angelakos of Passion Pit, a performance by Heems, and more. There's also the big McCarren Park shows, the BV showcase with Aldous Harding, and much more...
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